Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn
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... is the only aboriginal ((owned and operated) museum in Canada of this calibre and is an authentic place to learn about native cultural history. Staff are all First Nation people. We were privileged to spend some time talking to a Stoney society person who also played a very original musical instrument made from willow. The collection of artefacts, paintings, visual displays of teepee life and of ceremonies such as the Sundance are very informative. The bead ...
... but a giant rock fall, the lake kept its name regardless. We climbed up the steep Rock Pile walk and Max pointed out rocks which had a ripple pattern on them, a relic of millions of years ago when the rocks were under the sea. We saw a cute little rodent called a Pika, and were reminded by signs to watch out for bears. On reaching the viewpoint over the lake we were rewarded by the usual stunning views of snow-topped mountains and clear, blue, peaceful waters. ...
... get to go on!) and lots of stunning scenery. We also made a trip to Lake Louise, but we probably should have checked the weather forecast before driving the 50km trip. It was snowing before we left, and the further we went the heavier it got. It was pretty hairy driving! It had snowed so much that on the trip home it was reduced it one lane in each direction!! It was certainly challenging driving for ...
There are elk in your backyard or at the kids school bus stop.
When you go mountain biking you have to take pepper spray; for the bears!
We were also amazed that the Zamboni drives through town to groom the outdoor ponds.
Ski lessons still go till -24C.
You can eat the best Gelato and nougat in a basement in Canmore.
People buy pickup trucks to carry two snowmobiles.
A beany is called a ...
... with still pics only, and there will be a Day 27 bonus entry coming up containing all the accompanying videos.
Today’s agenda: The Icefields Parkway, between Jasper and Lake Louise/Banff. This road is considered one of the most scenic in all of North America, and I’ve wanted to drive it for at least 2 decades. It also passes through 2 different national parks, Jasper and Banff. On my two previous visits to the ...