Cathedral Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This has been made over thousands of years. It started as a waterfall and as time went on the water found natural routes through the rock, which over time got bigger and made a hole through which the water flowed. Eventually the became so big that the water all flowed that way and in a few thousand years more it is expected that the bridge ...
Monday 8th September
I woke up and opened the curtains to find a
dusting of snow and it's still falling.
At 9 o’clock we left Jasper
behind us and were taken
by coach to Lake Louise.
Our first stop was the Columbia Ice field. On the way we passed Tangle Falls, which I tried ...
... garbage bags to fashion into rainwear. Once we were all kitted out we set off for the 4km upward hike to the top of Deception Pass.
Once again the children were amazing, encouraging each other and us, chatting and playing games as we ploughed on through the showers and getting increasingly cold as we reached the highest point of the walk.
We stopped so infrequently we found ...
The beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountains! It's so beautiful here, everything looks like a postcard! Banff Village, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, the entire 280km drive from Banff to Jasper, Colombian Icefields and the huge Athabasca Glacier, Saskatchewan Crossing... They call it "The most beautiful road in the world" and it's not difficult to see why. We were a bit dumbfounded as there was NO wildlife apart from a few black bears and osprey, a bit disappointing ...
... big bull....got pretty close at one point!
We had quite a few bird feeders across the CEI site and this attracted a lot of birds, one day I managed to catch a picture of a Red Cardinal which is really rare in these parts of Canada, no one had ever seen one up there before so great to get a picture. We also get a lot of Blue Jays which are an amazing blue and quite a bit more common but still very beautiful and I really like them.