We went to Marble Canyon in Kootenay National Park yesterday(June 13), which is an easy but extraordinarily beautiful hike. In addition to the usual sights, there was a “feature” which isn’t normally present. Can you spot it in the above photo?
Question from Mike: I’m heading on out on a back country hike. We are starting at shark mountain trail head and heading to Bryant creek, from there I’m heading over the Allenby pass to Banff cave and basin. I’m wondering if there is enough water stops along the way
Was it an apparition or my imagination? I’ve hiked around Johnson Lake many times but until today, I didn’t know about Billy Carver’s mysterious cabin. The Banff Squirrel tweeted a photo of the cabin with an apparition in the window.
Chuck is usually the first one to ski Moraine Lake road in early November, so it’s only fitting that he is also the first to drive it in the summer. Not only that, but he hiked to Eiffel Lake and Sentinel pass. Still a fair bit of snow up there as you can see in his photos.
Neither could I, and I almost stepped on it. It surprised me when I heard the distinctive warning rattle. It did not strike out. I’ll post some close-ups later, along with some interesting photos of wild
Sunday Apr 10 @ 8:30 a.m: PLPP tracksetter Jody groomed a number of trails in the south end last night including Elk Pass, Tyrwhitt, Blueberry Hill, and Hydroline. Jody reports the temperature at Elk Pass this morning is -1, and there was a bit
“Predicting disaster can be a profitable business and a path to speech-making celebrity.” Despite getting off to a great start this winter, we’ve experienced two consecutive ski seasons where the snow has not been “what we could expect”
(I was thrilled to get this email from Kevin. I remember the day well. It was cold and the snow and tracksetting were marvelous.) Skier Bob: We met on Sunday November 29 in the Ribbon Creek parking lot. I’m one of the “three amigos” from Downtown Nordic in Winnipeg. I’m the one with the mess […]
It’s been a while since we’ve seen one of these… The Snow Forecast is predicting 14 cm in PLPP. Lost and Found Update: Skis have been returned to Rob, thanks to all involved! If anyone finds these skis, give Rob a call:
With the lack of snow, I’ve certainly missed the Ribbon Creek tracksetting updates for the past two months, so I was glad to hear from Ribbon Creek Tracksetter Jeff, even if it was about a new bridge. Jeff didn’t divulge the location, preferring to keep