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Driving Holidays: Canadian Rockies (Part 1)

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SubscribeFiled Under: Canada, Export, Road Trip,by Neeraj

Part One of my travelogue of our week-long-best-ever summer road trip in the Canadian Rockies, where the term “it’s a pleasure to drive” takes a whole new meaning. We visited some of the best known sights of Banff, Yoho and Jasper National Parks, including the beautiful Lake Louise and Emerald Lake, as well as the Athabasca Glacier of the Columbia Icefield en route to Jasper.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four

A pleasure to Drive: The scenic Trans-Canada Highway

A pleasure to Drive: The scenic Trans-Canada Highway

Canada is well-endowed when it comes to natural wonders such as the Bay of Fundy – home of the highest tides in the world – in the Maritimes in eastern Canada and the gorgeous and world famous Niagara Falls in southeastern Ontario. There is no shortage of natural beauty in a country rich in its natural heritage.

The Rocky Mountains are another such natural wonder in Canada. The nearly 5000-kilometer long range covers parts of the western provinces of Alberta and British Columbia and stretches down to the United States. Several national parks have been established to protect the natural heritage, including Banff National Park, the first and therefore the oldest National Park in Canada.

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Thursday Challenge – A “Sign” of the Times

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SubscribeFiled Under: Thursday Challenge,by Bhakti and Neeraj

We are pleased to take part in the weekly Thursday Challenge series organized by SpunWithTears.com. A picture related to a new theme announced each week will be posted here. Today’s theme is the “Signs”.

A sign of the times – this photo shows the challenges facing the world today – Global Warming.

The receding Athabasca glacier - a sign of the times

The receding Athabasca glacier – a sign of the times

Video: Silverton Falls, Banff National Park

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SubscribeFiled Under: Canada, Videos,by Bhakti and Neeraj

This nice “little” 150-foot waterfall is less than 30-km from Banff town and is a great hike for beginners and even experienced hikers alike who want to get their feet wet before going for more challenging hikes in Banff National Park.