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The day started with a Sky Tram ride to the top of Mt Whistler where we got our first glimps of Mt Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies at about 10,000ft. We saw a couple of young Elk on the way back to town. We then spent some time visiting a number of the Jasper souvenir shops before returning to the Hotel.
The afternoon and evening ...
... photographer's paradise.
You are so lucky that I've only sent you a small sample of the hundreds of photos I took on this drive. As one lady said to me as we were looking at Peyto Lake "With a big camera like that you ought to take good pictures." Yep, its the camera alright. See for yourself.
Rainer and Julie
P.S. I've added a video Julie took of the Johnston Canyon waterfalls that I didn't have access to yesterday.
We wake to heavy rain and very misty mountains. No views today. A good day for a sleep in - YEH. It is late morning we travel the 2kms into down town Jasper. We visit The Jasper Yellow-head Museum & Archives, a must see. Fantastic amount of information on the exploration and development of the railway and then tourism. We also visited the Jasper Heritage Railway Station. During the early 1900's two competing transcontinental railways, the ...
... recover fully.
As we continued our journey through the mountains and forests our turn for breakfast arrived and we went downstairs to the dining area. Breakfast was worth waiting for today and we chose eggs Benedict to follow our fruit, really delicious! The train stopped again for a while to let a freight train through. We are getting used to many stops and starts on this single track line. Going on up through the valley we get ...