Greentree Lodge

Highway 16 West, Hinton, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T7V 1X7, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hinton

Kamloops to Hinton via Jasper

A travel blog entry by kathypender


... amphitheatres in North America. The bowl behind the falls recedes over 45m into the cliff and stretches over 150m wide.

Next stop was to see Dawson Falls upstream of Helmcken Falls. The Wells Gray Park road passes close to Dawson Falls. The main viewpoint is a 10-minute walk. At Dawson Falls, the Murtle River drops over lava flows that date to about 200,000 years ago. Below the lava are compacted sand and gravel deposits left by a river ...

Walk on a Glacier

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg


This morning the bus climbs and turns and climbs as we travel up through Jasper National Park, spotting waterfalls and glimpses of over 5 glaciers in the Canadian Rockies. At the Columbia Ice Field we learn about the geography of all the different glaciers that surround us. We climb aboard a special explorer bus that takes us straight down an incline and ...

Mountains and more mountains

A travel blog entry by strayerfamily


... got two teenage girls with you...they love to sleep.

Speaking of airplanes...I feel as though I am an airline pilot sometimes. I am watching the engine temp gauge going up hills, manually shifting, making sure the tow/haul mode is activated...and when we get the nasty Engine Coolant light, we crank up the heat to help cool down the engine and open the windows so we dont roast to death (its funny the things you ...

The joy of God's beautiful creation.

A travel blog entry by millross


... the road. It was not as large, but again did not disappoint us. It stayed and stayed and stayed. We got some beautiful pictures. The thing that impressed us was how healthy they both looked. Their coats we shiny and healthy looking. In contrast, the elk looked shaggy and big chunks of fur were hanging from some of them that we have seen. They are shedding their winter coats. Lastly, as we were leaving the Columbia Icefield Centre, we saw ...

Traveling the Icefields Parkway to Jasper

A travel blog entry by travelwithnj


Friday, May 18, 2012

Good news! We had our bright, sunny weather back. But it was much cooler. The National Park campground site had just one hook up for electricity. So before we left we had to empty tanks and fill tanks. Tonight we would be in Jasper National Park and again have no hook ups. So we had to make certain we would have enough to last.

We aimed to get an early start so we could take care of these chores -- and we did. The convoy was forming ...


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