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Banff, the first an brief stop on our unemployed adventures, is an unreal town in the province of Alberta. Driving into the town almost 360 degrees is surrounded by mountains as gigantic as you could imagine. Elk walk down the street as if they are humans and Asian tourists line the walkways 'oo-ing and ah-ing' whilst snapping away. We manages to so a few hikes and touristy adventures while we were ere for this short period. After picking up our season passes ...
... the glacier. This was great fun because the glacial ice was actually all covered in freshly fallen snow, so you felt like you were walking in an all white room.
Next we were transferred again into another transit bus to the Glacier Skywalk. This was situated in a section of the Iceways Parkway where they are doing rock blasting to widen the road so traffic is stopped for up to 30 minutes. The tour buses however are allowed in at any time if it's safe. This ...
... seen so many incredible lakes I didn't see the point of driving 40km's to see another one. But go we did. On route we saw one of those sights that make Canada such an interesting place to visit. This had nothing to do with nature though, it was brought to us by a crazy Canuck who thought the highway was a good place to ride his unicycle while holding an umbrella and talking on his mobile phone. In South Africa this guy would have a life expectancy of an old mayfly, but ...
... into the lake bringing ground up rock particles that give the lake that amazing colour. At one point we had to cross the stream hopping from rock to rock, some of which were partially submerged. Then the path started climbing up and the hike became much harder. The views were definitely worth the work. We saw glaciers on top of the mountains, moraines (huge piles of stones left by the glaciers), ...
... 5 km in length, no worries, with the promise of a coffee at the end all looked promising. The path followed the shore line of the lake offering many photo opportunities on the way.
The clouds drifting in an out and the rain easing, creating many moods over the water. Slowly the throng of people thinned and the path became less constructed . The lake shallowed into riverletts running through ...