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... The lake was just waking up and had a slight mist hanging over it. The air was cold and crisp and the boathouse, although beginning to show signs of life, had not deployed any boats onto the lake yet, so the water was millpond smooth. The most idyllic morning view you could imagine. The sun had not yet got above the mountains so the water was quite dark, but the mirror images of the mountains on the lake were just beautiful.
... was in separate cabins scattered around the property. We had a first floor lake view room which was great. No wi-fi, phone signal or TVs, this really IS off the beaten track!
We went up to the main lodge to get a snack and use the internet before returning to our cabin. We weren't very hungry so just had some soup and bread. I whipped open the napkin and grabbed a delicious bread roll. A few moments later I noticed a slight smell ...
... drive but the drive from Banff to Golden through Yoho National Park is amazing. The mountains seem taller and wilder then we had seen before. We stop to take pictures a few times and walk around.
We also stop to see The Natural Bridge. It is ...
... the end of the hike up. Snow and mountains. Could have gone further into the snow but seemed a little pointless considering it was cold..... And didn't know where to go. Then we waited for the boys to come back. On the way back along the road we saw some mountain goat sheepy things. With big horns. So... Tis tipping it down again. Glad I'm sleeping in a wagon tonight! Should be good. ...
... of Glacier and Yoho national parks in 1886, the country's second and third national parks after Banff was established in 1885.· Rogers Pass National Historic Site is a large cultural landscape at the heart of Glacier National Park - a situation that is unusual in the Canadian national park system. Parks Canada staff must actively manage natural processes in order to protect and stabilize in situ cultural resources (eg: removal of new vegetation growth to prevent disruption of stone ruins)