BEST WESTERN PLUS Valemount Inn & Suites
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Leaving Kamloops behind us we headed towards Jasper. But en route started seeing some clever staged advertising in the trees on the side of the freeway. Pointing us towards the best burgers and steak in town. What town was never made clear to us. But being suckers to advertising we went to take a look. And there it was the Log Inn Pub. Part biker bar, part lumberjack heaven. I have to admit Carla and I were slightly nervous when we ...
... 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 ...
The first thing we did today was hike up part of
Mount Robson, a hike that I didn’t want to do but was forced to do anyways. If
correct this was our third hike that I had fought and lost. When we arrived
here there was a sign with a goat that some though was a polar bear. I finished
the dispute but simply naming it the polar goat.
After our hike we went back into Jasper for lunch. Once lunch was done we headed up the Jasper tram which was a ...
Our first stop today was at the Rocky Mountain House which
turned out to be a museum and information center. After this we went on to
Nordegg. This was a cute little mining town where I saw some rather interesting
paintings and photographs. I ended up buying this one stone that had a pretty scene
painted on it and Dad got one of the photographs.
On the way to Jasper we made a couple other stops at ...
... in life!
Valemount is a small town, built in a flat spot at the base of Mount Robson, normally it is a quiet town but this week has seen its numbers swell with travellers using the diversion to avoid the Trans Canada Highway east of Banff which is still shut due to the flooding in Alberta. This diversion makes a 4 hour trip into a two day trip. I don't think I'll complain about diversions and roadworks any more.