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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
Glacier National Park info: http://www.nps.gov/glac/index.htm
Grinnell Glacier: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/grinnell -glacier.htm
Waterton Lakes National Park: http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/ab/watert on/index.aspx
... light was very good for photos of the Upper Waterton Lake and Waterton Town where we are staying.
Tomorrow we drive to Canmore, straight north about 4 hours driving time, which puts us into Banff National Park.
Weather -- simply superb!
Rainer and Julie
... to decide.
Then, it was time for our hike up Bears Hump.
Distance-wise, this is a short hike. Endurance-wise, it’s a killer! It’s straight up the mountain, with a couple of rest-stops along the way. Its .9 miles, with an elevation gain of 787 feet.
Once on top, ...
I wasn’t going to have anymore pie, but we both wanted to try the Saskatoon Pie. So we walked over to Welch’s Pie & Coffee to try a slice.
It really didn’t have as much flavor as the Huckleberry Pie we had in Glacier. Oh well, you never know until you ...
... unfamiliar with the area, the tourism season in Waterton Park typically runs from early May until early October. By the Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend (usually the second weekend in October) the majority of business services have ceased operations for the season. Waterton Inter-Nation Shoreline Cruise Co. pulls its last boat out of the lake after Turkey Weekend; the Bayshore Inn Resort & Spa checks out its final guests; the Waterton Lakes Golf Course ...