Moraine Lake Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today is going to be more pictures than words. We had two sets of three great things plus one more for good luck. Trifecta plus one of animals 1). Moose - early this morning we captured on the go pro. I did my best to take a screen print from the film. 2). Another grizzly - this time eating away while we all just stared 3). Elk - bigger than a …
... at the top after taking a million more photos! we headed up beyond the electrified bear fence to walk up a higher trail. We were encouraged to do that by the parks guides, although they did suggest that people hike in groups of 4 or more in case of an encounter with a bear. So off we went and and it was a fairly manageable climb at first although the altitude really affected my ****** lungs, and I was struggling a bit to breath. By now ...
... even though the day was quite cloudy and overcast it still looked just amazing!! Bus loads of tourists everywhere - mostly Asian and a lot of Indians too which we were not expecting. Decided we might as well take a wander around the lake, and it was so funny walking on a path instead of walking on snow and not hearing the crunch underfoot and the swish of snow pants. Also baffled to think that we have all walked right across the middle of the lake in winter. Took a photo ...
... fed lakes is their block colour effect. Often with ‘normal’ lakes the colour changes with the depth or due to whatever is growing underneath the surface, but with all the lakes we have seen the same brilliant colour runs the whole way across.
In my opinion it is hard to find anything more perfect in nature than the colours these lakes hold.
A beautiful blue sky greeted us when we woke and the lake sparkled in the sunlight, surrounding by the ten peak mountains some with snow and glaciers - breathtaking. I David joined a five-hour hike up through trees to an open meadow above; parties must comprise four or more because of danger from bears. The views of the ten peaks were stunning. Lindsay the guide was engaged, and the other two were on honeymoon, which was nice. I found myself able to inject some carefully chosen ...