Mountains of Kootenay National Park
July 7, 2007
We are staying in the Tunnel
Mountain National Park Campground in Banff, Alberta. Tunnel Mountain Campground
offers full hookups, no hookups, and electricity only. We are in one of the $29.70
electricity only sites. I do not know what FHU or no hookups cost but they are
all in the same area. All sites are paved.
must have followed this valley for 30 to 40 miles with spectacular views of snow
capped mountains every way we looked on PH93
in Kootenay Natonal Park.
is doing a good job taking these pictures out the front window of our motorhome.
Some of the mountains are more spectacular than
on the mountains along with the deep green of the conifer forest make every turn
Some of that snow is actually deep glaciers
that will not melt over the summer.
like this will take your breath away.
valley is beginning to narrow and we are getting closer to the mountain.
isn't all up hill but most of it sure is. After all we have to climb to the Continental
Divide on PH 93 in
the Canadian Rockies.
seem to be missing the uphill grade signs. Anyway, PH
93 through Kootenay
National Park in the Canadian
Rockies is a fun drive in our motorhome.
this picture you can easily see the layers of sedimentary rock rising from the
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