BEST WESTERN PLUS Valemount Inn & Suites
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... leader from Kamloops who was waiting for the rest of her 16 hikers to show up. This trip was only the 11th time she had done it! Well, what can one say to that?
We arrived at Kinney Lake just before 3:00, set up camp beside the lake and just had a lovely time sorting, cleaning, relaxing and laughing. It was a wonderful way to finish a great trip.
This was the day of the big hike - Snowbird Pass. An absolutely amazing hike with full views of the Robson glacier. We started out on the alluvial plain, climbed up lateral moraine until we topped an escarpment to see an extensive, marmot-infested meadow. As we worked our way along, we got better and better views of the glacier - absolutely amazing!
It rained over night. Breakfast was less than successful in that Helen and Thelma didn't like the selection - so I ate it all, that is, what the chipmunk didn't get - cheeky! The object of the morning was to pack up and move to Berg Lake where we could settle in for a couple of nights. Having successfully put up the tent to dry, we had lunch and started out on the hike of the day - Toboggan Falls, Mumm Basin, Robson Pass loop. This ...
... a very pleasant supper in a South Korean restaurant where we shared BBQ with a bus load of S. Korean students, we walked back to the Jailhouse to make the final preparations. That was when I discovered that I had forgotten my lunch food back in Calgary! Oh weh!
... well within 10 feet of the falls for safety purposes) and feeling so inferior compared to its powerful force and power. Check our video!
Berg Lake was another 5km, which luckily leveled out. This is where Mount Robson really came to life and the glorious colours and enormity of the mountains were engulfing. Rob had been discussing diving into the icing waters with his buddy before starting out on our trip and felt compelled to follow through with swimming in the ...