Lake Louise and Banff
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stop at Athabasca River Falls and then another stop st the Columbiia
Ice Fields located at the boundary of Banff and Jasper National
Parks. That ice field covered an area of 325 square kilometers
and was formed by snow that fell over 400 years ago. There were 8
glaciers on the field and we walked on one of them.
At 4PM we arrived at Chateau Lake Louise and took a walk around the lake.
On July 10th we boarded the train to Banff and arrived at the Banff
Springs Hotel around 1:30PM. We took a walk for a couple of
hours. In the afternoon we took a horse ride. Along the way
we saw a waterfall and other spectacular scenary.
At night we had a nice treat and went swimming in a hot spring.
On July 11th we took a tour and rode the Sulphur Mountain
Gondola. From the top of the mountain we had a great view of all
of Banff. At night we went back to the hot springs.
Where I stayed