Big Horn Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... reduce to slipperiness. brown snow!
Our flight left late as it had to be de-iced - a smaller plane and a 50 min flight. Consequently we arrived late so missed the first departure time for the Banff transporter bus. We were still waiting at the carousel for our luggage about 20 mins later and then ...
... to challenge ourselves to see how quick we could get back. Without the frequent stop for photos, we made in back in 15 minutes and headed off again towards Lake Louise.
Along the way we stopped for a photo of what is known as 'Castle Rock'. It's name is very apt - it looked exactly like a castle, jutting out above the pine forest below. We arrived at Lake Louise and it looked like all the other tourists in the area had chosen that time ...
... face and snaked along above the canyon floor. This section was very reminiscent of a walk we had done a couple of years earlier at Vintnar Gorge in Slovenia and was just as picturesque. We snapped a couple of photos at the Lower Falls and pressed on to the Upper Falls and immediately saw a drop off in the number of walkers (hooray!). This part of the walk was a little steeper but after our earlier training at the Grand Canyon ...
... It is not well groomed or kept but we do see water, but with the exception of a few boats and a lot of weeds there is nothing to see here. “But where is the beach?” Obviously it is not here so we get back on the highway. Not far down the road we see a sign announcing Aspen Beach Provincial Park. We miss one entrance so take the next. We find the boat launch but again no beach! How hard can it be to find a beach on a lake? After a ...
... across the road and stopped on the shoulder to munch on a snack. We slowed the car to a stop just beside it and snapped some photos as it casually looked around and then sauntered into the woods. With our hearts pounding, we looked at each other realizing that we had just experienced the best safe bear sighting possible, and it happened sans bear jam! Ten minutes into our activities for the morning, we could have called it a day and been satisfied with what we ...