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    Smile Misc. Summer Road Trip Photos

    View overlooking the town of Castlegar, British Columbia

    Construction of the Kicking Horse Canyon Park Bridge near Golden B.C.


    Frank Slide

    Rock Isle lake - Day hike to Sunshine Meadows, Banff National Park

    Lt to Rt - Rock Isle Lake, Grizzly Lake, Laryx lake

    View From Sunwapta Pass


    Parked at the trailhead to Parker Ridge, Banff National Park Day Hike

    View of the Icefields Parkway and parking lot below

    The Reward View of the Saskatchewan Glacier and River Valley



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    Awesome Pics.

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    hey art
    not to long ago (2 weeks ago) i was in canada myself
    i was in whistler (for kokanee crankworx) and in vancouver for a week.

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    Art,

    Thats fabulous!!!
    Thanks

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    Art,
    You do some of the most interesting traveling & take outstanding pictures!

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    Thanks for the comments guys.

    It sure helps to have several great national parks right here in our province of Alberta. From our location, it's roughly a three hour drive via the David Thompson Hwy/Ice Field Parkway to Sunwapta Pass which marks the boundary between Banff and Jasper National Parks.

    There are some incredible day hikes in either park which simply means if we leave early in the morning we can be back home at a reasonable time before dusk.

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