Nita Lake Lodge
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... scenery I've been expecting to see, and I'm so happy to finally see it, and am looking forward to a lot more. At the beginning of the hike we were told that we had officially entered bear territory, and that the best thing to do was stay in a big group and make as much nose as possible, but also that it was very unlikely that we would see any, let alone be in any danger. But it was exciting nonetheless. We hadn't seen much wildlife up until now, and I was kind of ...
Sadly then, Quesnel was a non event but it did mean that I was awake for Day 2 of the trip which of course would culminate at Whistler! Mac did a quick lap around the train station and held up the departure by 20 seconds taking a few Quesnel shots. And this was back to familiar changes in landscape rather than the monotony of the Cariboo Plains. Again, the food and drinks are endless. Think we both set new records today for scotch, rum and Baileys. The menu ...
... we were all pretty much ready for sleep. Before we left the restaurant, we picked the brains of the waiter for possible hikes to research for our following days activities. We got home, picked out 2-3 possible hike ideas then passed out for the night. We agreed to meet for breakfast at 7.30am then as a group decide a hike and off we went. We decided to hike the Plain of Six Glaciers up to the Teahouse behind Lake Louise. Lake Moraine was not really an option at this point as ...
... down the ski lifts so stuart took him back on the peek to peek and down the gondola ice cream in hand, just the 2 of them on getting back to ground stuart reflected that the initial gondola really wasn't that high after all!! We headed back to the holiday house and decided it was time for some well deserved beers so we started drinking on the balcony. Some of the group decided to go out for food after Harrison went to bed Steph Stuart and Sarah continued having a ...
... climb ...just to build more anticipation. After a few hundred of us entered the pen, we all raised our right hand and took the Mudder Oath: " As a Tough Mudder, I pledge that I understand that Tough Mudder is not a race but a challenge. I put teamwork and camaraderie before my course time. I do not whine. Kids whine. I help my fellow Mudders complete the course. I overcome all fears!" The countdown began an d ...