Ramada Limited Golden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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So my time off from work has turned from a few months over seas to a full year of knocking things off my to do list. My plan for the winter was to move to a little mountain town for a couple months and spend a bunch of time skiing. At first I ...
... dem Highway aus und somit braucht man für die 230km doch das eine oder andere Stündchen mehr. Am höchsten Punkt des Highways haben wir uns zum Beispiel den “Athabasca Glacier”, einen von 6 Gletschern des Columbia Icefields, angesehen.
Angekommen im Banff NP haben wir eine Wanderung am Lake Louise hoch hinauf zu den Gletschern und zum teahouse unternommen. Auf dem Weg haben wir 2 Lawinen zuerst gehört und dann auch in der ...
... carrying on our hike up the mountain to get to the Glacier. Further up we came across some noisy Pikas running around between the rocks, pretty cool little guys. It took another hour of uphill hiking before finally reaching the ice. We walked down and stood on it and I did a quick little climb to another ice glacier above it. The climb down was pretty steep and the surface was totally uneven. There were so many berries along the track, they looked so appealing. It took us 2 hours ...
In a wee town called Golden we went whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River which was FANTASTIC! I was with team raft which was hilarious as our guide had us swap seats and take it in turns being the princess at the head of the boat! The rapids were grades 3 and 4 and were great fun - I also jumped in and got swept away a little but Nikki was there to drag me back in to the boat! Need to find myself a grade 5 ...
... Until this section of the Trans-Canada Highway was completed there was not road that crossed Canada uninterrupted. The road was completed in 1962 and required several slide shelters and an avalanche control plan. To this day the Canadian Army uses Howitzer canons to bring down the snow in a controlled way to keep the road open.
After checking out the memorial and monument we visited the Glacier National Park ...