Big Horn Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Tues 11th November
Woke to sunshine, so grabbed the camera and took some early morning photos. My fingers were frozen after only taking a photos for 15 mins and I couldn't feel the shutter button. The sunny landscape was an illusion. The morning sun coming up over the mountains created a beautiful pink hue on the mountain tops which may not be captured so ...
... that Dan and I clambered over to try and get a decent photo. Well you can see for yourself in the photos!
This was the last stop in our Icefields Parkway adventure and I think I have mentioned more than enough lakes for now as well. We continued onto Banff and went straight to the hostel to get ourselves settled. We stayed in the same group of hostels that we stayed in in Jasper, Hostelling International (HI), and learned there are hostels all ...
Well, actually it's summer time, but the Rockies are still spectacular. We've cruised, trained and driven through some of the prettiest country, but the drive from Jasper to Banff was spectacular. Just loved Jasper, surrounded by amazing rock mountains and lakes and a quaint little village - very oldy-worldy flagstone walls/houses and flower baskets. We heard the legends from tribal peoples of Medicine Lake - a karst lake - there's something to google! And right ...
... they started home. Notes of (more or less) interest: 1) It feels funny not having the use of a phone. 2) We saw a Tim Horton's on the way to camp...gazed at it just for you Betty C. 3) I am sitting out on our deck writing this and can see (and hear!) a VERY long train down next to the river! Cool! We arrived at our campground, Radium Valley Vacation Resort, in Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia at 4:20. This is a nice campground and we have ...
We saw the Hoodoos - columns of glacial rock that are protected from erosion by a hard rock layer. Hoodoo, rhymes with voodoo. Afterwards we hiked the Tunnel Mountain Trail, which took about 2-3 hours. At the top was an amazing panoramic view of Bow Valley and Mt. Rundle. At night we rested our muscles and bones in a natural hot spring at our hotel.
On our way to Jasper tomorrow. Stay tuned!