Mount Robson Inn
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... in and then 5-6 hikers who walk in and then rest a day or two before hiking back out. The max for the lodge is a dozen. To have one group of 9 people was unusual but that is what had happened. One rider, me, and nine hikers. Nine Dutch friends who apparently travel around the world hiking. They were between the ages of fifty and seventy and only one of them spoke english. So we all sit down at this table with a giant lazy susan in the middle to eat breakfast, ...
Thursday 14/5 - As we couldn't stay in Jasper we did a day trip there today. We left at 7:30am in overcast weather and a forecast that said 50% chance of rain. When we were about 70km in the weather started to clear and there were patches of blue sky so we could see the mountains. There was still plenty of snow about once we started along the Icefield Parkway and got into ...
... next to fill with petrol and coffee. I managed to overshoot the turnoff so it took longer than anticipated!
On to Icefields Parkway. What a road, two way most of the way and few pulloffs to photo.
Graham very much wanted to see some Elk. Nearly did when one was standing on the edge of a lake. ...
... often go and with the busyness of a typical summer (ie. trying to get a years worth of weekends into 3 short months as is the length of our true summer), I've never been able to make it before. This year we made it a priority and were amazed by the colour, the culture and the experience of it all. Attending with Lyle and Sandra gave us an insiders view of honoured guests and we had a blast - and thanks to the ever-prepared Sandra for blankets and ...