The Juniper Hotel
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... the other side so I could get a shot of the down the hill. I did but then the big goat (obvious leader of the group) started to walk toward me and he looked pretty big and it occurred to me that he was now walking down the middle of the road and was between me and the car so I crossed and got back in the car. I do not need my ass kicked by a goat on YouTube. The whole herd followed him down the street…right straight down the center as if they ...
What a day! Leaving at 8, with the sunrise on the Rockies, we headed north up the 230km icefields parkway- somewhere 5yrs ago we turned back from, being something out of an ice truckers movie.. falling snow, no mobile signal, no gas station for miles or cars. This time we were on the tourist trail stopping at view points along the way, coffee even (despite it being weak American like) and toilets (such luxury)- even if they were drop bogs. With each azure blue glacier fed lake, created by ...
Day 18 turned out to be the first day that really required a
change of plans. The day started fine. We enjoyed the view of the lake when we
woke up and found a nice breakfast place in Banff.
As we started driving towards Glacier, we could see the
skies getting smokier and smokier. It would be impossible to have ...
... in front of the cascading water. We had plenty of time to enjoy the stunning scenery and take photos before heading to the Columbia Icefield. Leaving the bus we climbed aboard a specially designed ice explorer, these massive six wheeled vehicles crawl their way down a very steep unsealed roadway before heading onto the ice and up onto the Athabasca glacier. Leaving the vehicle we were able to walk around the 'parking area', which is surveyed every morning for ...
We all headed out at 9am today and drove to Lake Louise. What a beautiful drive with spectacular scenery everywhere you looked.
The Lake itself was beautiful with mountains surrounding it, but I think that Lake Minnewanka was clearer and more blue. There is a hotel right beside Lake Louise, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. It is very expensive but beautiful. The grounds have beautiful flowers everywhere.