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We drove from Jasper to Canmore today, this takes you in between the rockies. Whew, what views! While the drive was only just over 300km it took a lot longer because we had to keep stopping to take pictures and enjoy our surroundings.
We had snow flurries, saw waterfalls, mountain sheep, clear rivers and so much more.
The rockies were capped with snow and the glaciers were stunning.
We got out at Althabasca falls, the constantly rushing ...
... Arrived in Banff around 8:30, very long day. Up again in the morning and set of for sulphur mountain. Again unbelievable scenery. Gondola up to summit. Leaving tonight after a dinner at wild bills restaurant, line dancing etc.... Should prove interesting. Will try and send next episode ...
... the Douglas Firs resort, Banff.
Another magical drive through the mountains bought us to the busy town of Banff. It must be an amazing ski resort as it is nestled among huge peaks and the town is packed full of cafés, bars and shops. A quick coffee break and we decided to visit the splendidly named Lake Minnewanka before we checked into the hotel.
Lake Minnewanka was an important place for the First ...
This morning we lazed about a bit before leaving the campground. We started driving to the Lake Louise area and hemmed and hawed about whether to take the faster Trans-Canada Highway or the slower Bow Valley Parkway. We chose the the slower route in hopes of spotting wildlife and taking the road less traveled. A few miles down the road, I looked in the rear view mirror and spotted a large, dark silhouette in the near distance. I grabbed Tony's arm and calmly told ...
... world, but in a rare attack of politeness, I took the proffered map, and thanked her for her advice.
So Tunnel Mountain it was. Listed as 2 hours return, and 'moderate'. What a waste of our carb loading! Walked from the centre of town, up the roads to the car park where the oldies drive to, then we started up the trail. It's the most popular trail around the town, and we were passed by lots of joggers, so difficult it certainly wasn't. Encountered a few chipmunks on ...