Whistlers – Honeymoon Lake Campground

Trip Start Sep 01, 2010
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Trip End Sep 06, 2010


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Honeymoon Lake Campground

Flag of Canada  , Alberta,
Thursday, September 2, 2010

This was really our first day of biking, touring and exploring the Rockies and didn't know what to expect but by the time we finished cycling 3 hours and 36 minutes at an average speed of 14.5km/h for a distance of 52.2 km everyone was beginning to form their own opinions. Sophia complained (as did we all) the "my butt hurts". James said that “after this week, if we go biking anywhere else I’m not going”.  Sabrina said “the last hill almost killed me” and Monique offered “It was tough while it lasted”.

Let me clarify some things up front.  All of this would have been very difficult without Janice driving the support vehicle and rescuing Monique when she couldn’t peddle or be pulled any further or when we all were tired and hungry.  I didn’t want to put too much pressure on the kids as the fact that they only had the open road and mountain tops to look at with no end in sight was enough to deal with.  Oh yeah, and if there are mountains there are hills that must be traveled ……..

Tonight we camped at Honeymoon Lake Campground Jasper National Park.  Honeymoon Lake is located in the Rocky Mountains on the Icefields Parkway 53km South of the Jasper town site. The campground is situated on the West shore of beautiful Honeymoon Lake.

You never know who you might meet in 'dem der mountains’…………………………………….
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