RFWH34: Travel Tuesdays, From Montana to Alberta, Canada- Calgary, Banff National Park and Lake Louise, Icefields Parkway

Episode 34a

In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as we travel from Montana to Alberta, Canada to visit Calgary, Banff National Park, Lake Louise and travel the Icefields Parkway, passing over 100 glaciers (and take a walk on one!). We’ll share the eat/see/do spots we discovered along the way!


From this episode:
Website: AirBNB
Lodging: Calgary AirBNB spot
Sightseeing: Olympic Park/WinSport
Sightseeing: Banff National Park
Restaurant: Eddie Burger Bar, Banff
Sightseeing: Banff Springs Hotel
Sightseeing: Sulphur Mountain (gondola)
Sightseeing: Bow Valley Parkway
Sightseeing: Icefields Parkway
Sightseeing: Lake Louise
Sightseeing: Chateau Lake Louise
Sightseeing: Moraine Lake
Sightseeing: Columbia Icefield
Sightseeing: Bow Lake
Sightseeing: Crowfoot Glacier
Sightseeing: Johnston Canyon
Sightseeing:Peyto Lake
Sightseeing: Saskatchewan River Crossing
Sightseeing: Sunwampta Pass
Sightseeing: Weeping Wall
Sightseeing: Bridal Veil Falls
Sightseeing: Athabasca Glacier
Restaurant: Block, Banff
Restaurant: Magpie & Stump, Banff
Sightseeing: Hoodoos, Banff
Sightseeing: Tunnel Mtn Road
Sightseeing: Lake Minnewanka
Sightseeing: Mt Norquay (Scenic Drive)
Sightseeing: Fernie, BC

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