Banff Voyager Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as drool flows from his mouth. Ironically, we pulled into out campsite and around the small area were 5 elk. Lenny was on high alert as he hung his head out the window in anticipation of us opening the door. I got out my big camera for this and the elk were perfect models; posing, looking at the camera and then away. Instead of unpacking at this point and disturbing their afternoon nap (I know how grouchy I am when someone does that to me!) we decided to go to Two Jacks Lake for ...
... National Park and more importantly, Lake Louise. In total, it's about 5000 miles long, which makes it seem quite a shame we were only going to experience 110 miles of it, about 2%! Oh well, maybe it's a trip we can do further down the line...
Anyway, off we went, following the path the bus had travelled on Friday to Banff, except this time we were carrying on further past it. Driving wasn't that difficult. A bit strange being on the wrong side, but as it was ...
... to see as you approach them. It has been very helpful and informative. The Bow River Falls were spectacular as well as the surrounding lakes. Today we saw elk, deer and a big horn sheep walking right down the road! The scenery is even more amazing than when on the train. Dinner tonight at The Waldhaus! Should be ...
... views. The valley was stunning and very varied depending upon which way you looked - Banff one way, mountains and river the other. We also met some more wildlife, and the most friendly yet. The Golden Mountain Ground Squirrel performed for a crowd for quite a while (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-ma ntled_ground_squirrel)
After a quick lunch we headed on to Lake Louise, stopping at a few viewpoints along the ...