Waterton Glacier Suites
Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
Sunday 13 October
We got up pretty early and walked back to View Point #4 for a final sit and a view. The drive to Holly's along the Bow Valley Trail went well and much to Holly and Emile's surprise we found their place without a phone call. Emile had to go and fix a neighbour's fence post so we had breakfast with Holly; she made a great …
... while on the boat was a bald eagle in a tree. This boat ride was so worth it. The calm boat trip with the great scenery was a great end to the day. We had chosen to do the 7:00pm ride to try and get some great pictures at sunset. Thankfully it only rained on the way out and not on the way back. Our ponchos have definitely come in handy during this trip! I will never forget the beautiful views I have seen today!
We were a little late to our selected site for morning sunrise, nevertheless we were able to capture some fine scenes of beautiful Waterton Lakes National Park. Then we stumbled onto a bear who wanted his picture taken so we obliged. Later we left the Park and drove north for a morning and afternoon of sightseeing in the farmlands and rolling hills of southern Alberta.
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Rainer and Julie
I wasn’t going to have anymore pie, but we both wanted to try the Saskatoon Pie. So we walked over to Welch’s Pie & Coffee to try a slice.
It really didn’t have as much flavor as the Huckleberry Pie we had in Glacier. Oh well, you never know until you ...
After packing up camp this morning we jumped in the van and were on our way back towards the United States. The drive was similar to all of the other scenery in Canada, greenery at ground level surrounded by big mountains with snow. After 4 hours driving we stopped at a rest stop for a lunch break and to consume all our fruit and veg which we wouldn't be able to take across the ...
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