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Glacier National Park & the Canadian Rockies
August 24 - September 1, 2019


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After staying in Calgary, Canada for one night,
we boarded our coach for a city tour. Afterwards,
we left the city and traveled south along the
Macleod Trail. Outside the town of Fort Macleod,
we visited the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Museum.

Museum of the North

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Museum



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Group picture in front of the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Museum


Waterton Lakes

Waterton Lakes National Park

After entering Waterton Lakes National Park,
we enjoyed the beautiful drive through the park.
The park is located in the southern part of
Alberta.It is known for its chain of lakes.
Because of the beautiful weather, we were
able to see the reflection of the mountains
in the lakes. We stopped at the Cameron
Falls before we went to our hotel for one
night stay in the park. We had dinner at
a nearby local restaurant.

Leaving Waterton Lakes National Park, we crossed
the border from Canada into the U.S. and arrived
in Montana. The snow-capped peaks of Glacier
National Park were a delight while driving to our
boarding point of the famous vintage Jammer Buses. Because of the nice weather, the roof tops of the red buses were down while we traveled along the
spectacular Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Museum of the North

Riding Jammer Buses in Glacier National Park


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Group picture in front of one of our Jammer Buses

Fort Steele

We visited the restored town of Fort Steele

Fort Steele

Fortunes were made in Fort Steele during the Gold Rush

On the way to Banff

On the way to Banff National Park

Banff

Banff is a beautiful resort town in Alberta

Banff

At Bow Falls near Banff

ranch visit

Boundary Ranch in the Kananaskis Valley

fun activities

Joining fun activities

line dancing

After dinner, we had fun with Line dancing

fun activities

We finished the visit at the ranch with toasting marshmellows

Anniversary

Wedding Anniversary: Jack & Marge

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Wedding Anniversary: Frank & Nola

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Wedding Anniversary: Mack & Sara

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Wedding Anniversary: Simmie & Charlene

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Wedding Anniversary: Dale & Frances

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is a glacier-fed lake

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One of many glaciers in the Canadian Rockies

Columbia Icefield

Boarding the Ice Explorer going to the Columbia Icefield

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The Columbia Icefield tour was an unforgettable experience

Columbia Icefield

Stepping off the Ice Explorer

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Being at the Athabasca Glacier on the Columbia Icefield

Columbia Icefield

On the way to Jasper

Jasper area

Jasper area

on the way to Maligne Lake

Stoping for a group picture on the way to Maligne Lake

Maligne Lake

We went on a cruise to Maligne Lake's Spirit Island

Maligne Lake

Spectacular beauty at Maligne Lake during sunset

Dinner at Maligne Lake

After the cruise, we enjoyed a dinner at Maligne Lake with incredible views.

Dinner at Maligne Lake

Dinner at Maligne Lake

Dinner at Maligne Lake

It was the perfect location to celebrate Simmie's birthday.

Lake Louise

Our amazing tour finished with a stop at Lake Louise

Lake Louise

The desserts at the Fairmont hotel are out of this world!

CLICK HERE if you would like to see more pictures from our awesome
Glacier National Park & the Canadian Rockies tour. Mack did an amazing
job posting pictures on his own website after the
termination of our tour.
Thank you Mack!






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