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... be grasping at straws to find comparisons because this is like nothing I've ever seen before. The sun hits the forest covered mountains, illuminating what took millennium to create: strata of different coloured mineral layers jutting out of the earth in varying degrees and dizzying heights. The road follows ribboning streams of water, icy teal blue and originating from the glaciers high up in the mountains. ...
... find a park, but it was worth it. This lake was smaller than Lake Louise, but just as impressive. The water was a deeper aqua blue that sparkled in the sun. The river mouth that came from the lake was clogged with big logs from dead trees, and we used these to cross to the hill of boulders on the other side, which gave a much more impressive view of the lake. Some tourists weren't so lucky with the river crossing, and there was a few wet people ...
... set in a beautiful meadow surrounded by mountains, with a river running off to one side. All very photogenic. Only a few other couples had made the journey ahead of us so the setting was very calm and relaxed and it also meant that we’d be able to get some good photos without masses of people in them, as well as get the chance to grab one of the few benches to have a well-deserved sit down. We sat munching on our trail mix ...
... both the Hudson’s Bay and Northwest Companies. David Thompson (that guy from your Canadian History book) was the principle map maker for the area (Alberta, BC and Montana) and was based out of this fort This historic site has some costumed interpreters but is mostly comprised of two distinct walking tours along the North Saskatchewan River. As we still had over 300 kms to drive to get to Radium Hot Springs, we opted to do the shorter of ...
... rock pile to get a full view of the stunning lake. When we felt ready to leave this natural wonder, we drove down to Lake Louise. As we came upon the lake, we discovered, quite surprisingly, the enormous and fancy Fairmont Chateau at the lake's edge. We watched as some wedding parties took photographs with the backdrop of the turquoise waters and impressive glaciers. We followed yet another steep two mile hike up to Mirror Lake, a small but bright ...