Canada 2017 travel blog

Into Alberta

The tunnel where I met the logging truck is on the right

The story about the Frank Slide

Some of the debris from the Frank Slide

Where the mountains meet the prairie. This area is unusual because there...


I left British Columbia behind today & crossed into Alberta at Crowsnest Pass. It was a beautiful drive – not as steep & winding as the last few days but still very scenic.

I didn’t realize what a strong tail-wind I had until I stopped at a view point & nearly lost the door when the wind grabbed it. I still had hold of the handle so I came out of the motorhome a lot faster than I expected – luckily, the electric step had time to come out.

The wind was from the west so became a strong side wind after I turned south to Waterton Lakes National Park so I had 50 km of pretty interesting driving, especially when I met a loaded logging truck in a quite narrow tunnel but we managed to miss each other.

The scenery here is stunning but it’s too cold & windy this afternoon to do anything except stay in my cosy motorhome. It’s forecast to be in the mid-20s for the next few days so I’ll get out & do some of the many walks tomorrow.



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