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Radium hot springs was closed so we moved on with our plans to get to Baines Lake b.c. By evening. We stopped just at the red rocks and Michael spotted mountain goats. Three of them let him a good chance to photograph them. Finally an animal other than deer and critters less than a foot long. All along the roads they have put up animal protection ...
... pull into the McDonalds drive-thru. Snacks in hand, we are back on the road, listening to GyPSy who soon settles into quiet while the road moves under us and we head toward our final destination.
The David Thompson Highway is such a refreshing change from the Number 1. The scenery is breathtaking; the terrain has changed and is much rockier. There is the occasional oil or natural gas operation and there is a lot of logging going on, if ...
... 269;ního parku Mt. Assiniboine, která byla po většinu letošního léta kvůli silným jarním dešťům a povodním, uzavřen, je nyní přístupný z východní strany od Spray Lakes v Albertě anebo z dálnice č. 93 v Kootenays v BC.
Na trek k hoře Mt. Assiniboine jsme se těšili doslova jako malé děti. Je mnohými považován za jeden z NEJ treků nejen v kanadských Rockies ale i celé Severní Americe ...
... here. The museum had what would have been interesting exhibits about changes in this area over all this time. I could only read about them in the brochure.
24 million years ago, "the soft ashy soil allowed good growth of elm, birch, oak, maple, fir, spruce, pine and smaller plants and shrubs. Also, burrowing animals began to be fossilized at this time. Grasses may ...
... ve taken hundreds of photos, maybe even a thousand between us, of this beautiful place but it is now time to move on to different scenery, and the strange sounding area in Alberta called "Badlands".
Footnote: Banff, Yoho, Kootenay National Parks and Assiniboyne Provincial Park are UNESCO World Heritage Listed under Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks. Hamber Provincial Park is also part of the listing but not featured as is difficult to ...