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To the mountains!

With the truck packed with our camping equipment, we set off into the Mountains! First stop: Takakkaw Falls. These falls were a lot more spectacular than New York's Taughannock Falls...Rylan suggested we climb alongside the raging water and within seconds we were soaking wet. Lucky we had...

permalink written by  lucy3119 on August 13, 2012 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Canada and a little USA 2012



Adventures with wildlife and a steep climb

So here's the deal..............we pop over to Lake Louise to go up in the gondola for some marvellous views, go back to Lake Louise and have a picnic en-route then have a nice walk along the lake. We should be coming back late afternoon, so we'll take the old parkway road which is apparently...

permalink written by  rickandsuejohnson on August 18, 2010 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Go west, then go west some more.



A lake with an unfortunate name and two with very good ones

After our supper of Buffalo Burger and Salad at 'The Crossing Pub' we popped into the on-site shop to check whether we would be able to buy milk for breakfast. Rick wants me to mention that he cooked the burgers to perfection on an indoor barbecue – a novel way of doing things there, you cook...

permalink written by  rickandsuejohnson on August 17, 2010 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Go west, then go west some more.



Welcome To Bart's Fishing and Travel Adventures

I hope you will enjoy reading about my fishing, camping and travel experiences and tips. Please visit often for updates.

permalink written by  barth762 on November 25, 2009 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Fishing Adventures



The Canadian Rockies & Alberta

Wow! Time flies and once we stop and attempt to write a bit for the blog so much has happened since the last entry that it is a little bit difficult to remember what we saw, and where it was, and when! We continuted from Fort Nelson To Dawson Creek and with the arrival to Dawson Creek which...

permalink written by  Victoria & Robert on September 30, 2009 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: the Canadian Arctic



Hiking & drinking

After my stunning journey down through the National Parks I arrived in Banff. Banff is larger than Jasper, as there are three Ski resorts very close by. The town only has a population of 8000, as it seems to serve the travellers & holiday makers that visit the area. The hostel I was...

permalink written by  johnnoble on December 1, 2008 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: John's year off...



Banff and JJJ

Well, Banff and I didn't get off to a great start. We arrived early in the morning, to rain, more rain and an australian at our hostel, who managed to wind tom up like a clock. So lets be honest, our first day in Banff, a complete Australian write off. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE jjj radio...

permalink written by  no_fosters_thanks on June 7, 2007 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Canada



In search of the Hot Spring

We crossed through Idaho and up into Canada where Pat got in trouble filming the border crossing. We then cruised through Banff looking at the gorgeous scenery and then Mom got the grand idea that rather than go into one of the hotel hot springs we needed to find a natural one. Strangely enough...

permalink written by  Amber on June 12, 1999 from Banff, Canada
from the travel blog: Visiting the Family



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