Super 8 Valemount
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Leaving Kamloops behind us we headed towards Jasper. But en route started seeing some clever staged advertising in the trees on the side of the freeway. Pointing us towards the best burgers and steak in town. What town was never made clear to us. But being suckers to advertising we went to take a look. And there it was the Log Inn Pub. Part biker bar, part lumberjack heaven. I have to admit Carla and I were slightly nervous when we ...
... the map that I included in the images @ http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explor e/parkpgs/mt_robson/berg_lake.pdf).
The first 7km to Kinney Lake was bike friendly. We thought we would save a lot of time biking in but it was almost a burden as it was a constant up hill right off the bat; a shock to the early morning system and the only benefit was that it made you have to take a wicked poop. I did manage to fall off my bike on some loose shale rocks with my pack on ...
... a little present for her help & also for Chris, the lady who would be Lenny's temporary mom for the two days.
The evening was pretty quiet; a jump in Cedar-side Lake, a camping night at Yellowknife Highway Campgrounds on the river, a hot sower & hot chocolate, prep for the hike (more like me trying to fit as much weight into Rob's pack as possible. If your built like a Wilmshurst a little extra weight should be expected). ...
... it is the speed and volume of water that stops the salmon. They are quite spectacular. Continued on to the Mt Robson info centre but there was no sign of the mountain through the mist. Unfortunate as it is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies at 3954m. Lots of alpine lakes along the road to Jasper and nice mountains to look at. Weather cleared by time we got here, so hope is ok ...
... along the route we got stuck behind RV's. Arrived in Valemount and had dinner at the Loose Moose pub, where we saw a coven of witches wandering about the streets and scooting into the pub to use the ladies room. The locals said they had no idea who they were..strangers to Valemount, but we were not ...