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... lake are a haven for people taking photos, mostly of themselves in the picture! However, far fewer people take the trails in the hills around the lake and this is where we were really able to appreciate the beauty and the peace of the area. Canmore was once a coal mining area until the last mine closed in 1979. The town could have died but its involvement in the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics saw it develop enormously to the holiday centre it is today. It's ...
... husbands were on patrol, sell fishing licenses to tourists, feed construction and fire crews - and help the occasional stranded visitor. All while dealing with the occasional bear and no power or running water. Children received their education through correspondence courses. We also went to the site where the Jasper Raven Totem stood from 1915 - 2009. For 94 years, a magnificent Haida totem pole stood near Jasper's railway station. It was an ...
... topped peaks in all. The massive glacier which spreads across 3 of the highest peaks is the headwaters of the North Thompson River which we have been travelling along. Following on from this we were able to see some amazing views of Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. We were lucky that we had such a sunny day and such a clear view.
Soon after passing through a very long tunnel built after a severe ...
... second day, he had already left by the time we arrived on our first night.
We went for a drive on our second day up to Edith Cavell Mountain. You can hear and see glacier/snow avalanches from a safe distance. We watched it for about an hour. So amazing. It sounds like thunder and looks like a waterfall. I likened it to watching cricket, nothing happens for most of the time, but when ...
We left Bow Riversedge RV Park about 10:00 a little later than planned and headed for Banff. The event for the day is the Icefields Parkway between Lake Louise and Jasper. After arriving in Banff, we parked on a side street and had lunch in the RV before we explored the quaint town of Banff. It is a Swiss looking town with chalet features. Cute but we rushed through and did not have time to enjoy ...