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... we were all pretty much ready for sleep. Before we left the restaurant, we picked the brains of the waiter for possible hikes to research for our following days activities. We got home, picked out 2-3 possible hike ideas then passed out for the night. We agreed to meet for breakfast at 7.30am then as a group decide a hike and off we went. We decided to hike the Plain of Six Glaciers up to the Teahouse behind Lake Louise. Lake Moraine was not really an option at this point as ...
... time (who can blame her!) while the rest of us wen in to check out Whistler village. We discovered it isn't a place for early starts, we didn't arrive until just after 10am but there were still many places opening at odd times between 10-11 as we wandered. The kids were amazed that where we parked was the beginning of where you ski, he gondola to get up was a short walk from where we parked our car. The ...
... one lady pointed this out to us very politely. Our drive on highway # 99 took us along some fantastic scenery with towering mountains on one side of the road and step cliffs down to the ocean almost like a fiord. Our first stop was for coffee at Squamish and sometimes the most simplistic things can the most difficult like putting rubbish in bins , they have an anti bear latch on them , witch took a little while to figure out. It wasn't to long before we got ...
... we were off...OMG!!!! Within minutes I knew my team was there for me...we had agreed that no matter what...we would wait for the whole team at each obstacle. True to our promise...after what felt like the longest trek of my life...my team was waiting at the Arctic Enema...our first of 22 grueling challenges ahead. It was so hot that the icy water was actually welcomed/ Once through the first one, we were invigorated and ready to ...
... in 2013. There are many walks in this area.....our insight into these, were the books, our Guide Tyler shared around. The next best thing. Arrived in Jasper early afternoon after leaving 24 of our group to go on a scenic Raft-Float trip, lasting about an hour. Will post a photo. We crossed the border into Alberta travelling towards Jasper, and turned our watches on 1 hour. We explored the Village briefly before going to Pyramid Lake. There we had a brief ...