If you stop to view wildlife, all sorts of things can happen. This Park employee had to stop for a red light and paid the price. The photo and the following information was posted on Facebook by Jasper National park:
-Now complete with Radio Collars, the bison are awaiting release this summer. Photo by Chuck- Chuck has made some epic ski trips but this one surpasses all in distance, tough conditions, and the ultimate
Chuck took this beautiful photo on yesterday’s ski trip… “FLINTS PARK JCT. & CUTHEAD – Jan 24 8 hour ski and 50 kms has it rewards:
I don’t know about you, but I eagerly anticipate reading all the trip reports every day. Chuck did the epic ski to the elk trap today. Not sure how many Ks he did
While adventuring off-track in the Elk Pass area, MaSid came across this fascinating imprint in the snow. His theory is that it was made by an owl while swooping down to catch a rabbit or other unfortunate creature.
-Pipestone trails. Photo by Chuck.- A number of things to touch on today: Canmore Nordic Centre Bear on Elk Pass – Blueberry Hill First Pipestone report Grooming progress at Lake Louise
Amazing for Nov 5! We ended up with 12 trip reports yesterday which included info on Kananaskis Village, Skogan Pass, Great Divide, Moraine Lake road, Lake O’Hara fire road, Cascade Valley, and West Bragg Creek.
Now here’s a dog who knows how to have fun. I can vividly picture this scenario as described by Alf. All the WBC photos below were submitted at various times throughout last winter by Alf(they aren’t from the day of this event). West Bragg Creek: “But that is not my…
-Can you spot the pine marten in the above photo?- I’ve biked here a couple times in the past week and had some interesting wildlife encounters. Not anything dramatic
Banff National Park posted this birth announcement regarding the first bison calf to be born in Banff’s backcountry in over 140 years…