Glenogle Mountain Lodge & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bus driver's unannounced efforts to ensure our final ascent up to the Falls, which brought many skipped heart beats among us. Doesn't anyone believe in communication these days?!! We appreciated the fact that Takakkaw Falls is the second highest falls in Canada when we caught our first view several minutes later, and our ears popped. The Falls' spectacular view and that of its surroundings speak for themselves in the attached video and ...
... any caddying duties she may have aspired to, mainly because she was busy taking photos of me. Too many jobs to focus on!
As we were getting a bit backed up due to slow play ahead, Chelle left me at the tenth tee, deciding to go inside the clubhouse to do some diary and watch the end of the US PGA (Rory McIlroy won - Go Rory!). I continued until the fifteenth, at which point a severe backlog of play and a swarm of hungry ...
... commanding them to stop and snap, barely pulling over for the massive RV's traveling on their bumpers. Seriously people...We were stuck in a traffic jam for 15 minutes because cars were stopped on the highway to take pictures of an elk eating some grass. (It was a pretty massive elk with a wicked rack on it). I guess I am lucky that I grew up in Northern Ontario and would see more wildlife in my backyard on any given day then I have seen ...
... at 8.00 am. A light dusting of new snow can be seen on the very high peaks. We stop to look at the Athabasca Falls with Mt Edith Cavell (3363 metres) in the background, the water roars as it pours into a narrow fall. The waterfall has been carved out by a glacier and is over 10,000 years old. As we motor towards Tangle Creek, the car's thermometer tells us it is only 5 degrees outside. We stop again at the Colombia Icefields and ...
... alter ego, “El Stupido” had left the key in the ignition of his/my bike and drained the battery. We tried jumping the bike several times, on the hill down from where we’d stopped, but nothing. “El Stupido’s” only consolation was that he’d remembered to bring a tow strap. Now the instructions for the tow strap say that under no circumstances are you supposed to ‘tie’ the strap to the trailing bike. ...