Moraine Lake Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lake Louise
... as we did at the shoreline and although the lake is huge people will clamber for a photo op and be quite rude about it. I went right toward the lakeside trail and out from the usual hectic center spot which is always crowded. There are literally 1000 spots along that shore to take amazing pictures. It isn’t as if there is that "one" shot that everyone hopes for. I found a nice spot with no one around it and raised my camera. Next thing I ...
We checked out of Solara. Jym was able to drive the SUV around to the adjoining resort and since we were on the 1st level we could load the car that way. As we crossed the lawn area Jym looked down and told me to watch for all the elk poop. I looked down and there was huge odd shaped pellets all over the ground right outside our balcony. As I looked beyond the small area around my feet I saw that there were hundreds of them all over. There was ...
After Assiniboine we were pretty keen to do nothing. We didn't see any wildlife, but i forgot to mention on our way to Assiniboine we saw a wolf (I saw another one) on the side of the road.
We checked into lake Louise, being asked 4-5 times if we wanted valet parking or our bags taken up. For how much it was a night I didn't mind parking or carrying my bags - I've been doing it for 6 months.
Up early we headed off from Emerald Lake to Lake Louise our first stop of the day, simply stunning picture postcard stuff. Found a great bakery for breakfast then on the road again to drive through the Canadian Rockies to view the stunning scenery and go to the Ice Park fields. Along the way we stopped many times, Bow Lake, Peyto Lake, Weeping Wall. We got out and walked up a few hills for views, Girls got a bit over this after a while!!! This country ...
... the Emerald Lake we went to try and get to another set of falls in Yoho and managed to completely miss a sign which read no RVs over 7 metres…ours is nealy 10 metres long! We got stuck! On a severe switch back I managed to literally jam the RV between a mountain wall and a 100 foot drop! It was a little scary but with much maneuvering later we managed to get the RV turned around and out but it spooked Allie for hours ...