East Entrance To Banff National Park
Park Pass Attendant
You’d better make sure that you have a park pass while in Banff National Park. We were checked twice for a park pass by Park Wardens in the parking lots of the more popular spots, such as Lake Louise. In all my 20 years of going to Banff National Park I have never once been asked to produce a park pass.
This is a wildlife overpass, which has saved hundreds of animals being hit on the highway in Banff National Park.
This is the only large wildlife we’ve seen so far in Banff National Park.
This little fella was quite the mooch. He hung around until someone finally fed him part of their sandwich. He was definitely a pro at begging for food. It was kind of sad though to see him so tame and seemingly dependent on hand outs. We are told that this bird is called a Clark’s Nutcracker.
On a clear day you would be staring at the Lake Louise Glacier. If you look closely half-way up the darker rocky edge, you’ll see what I think looks like a person with a backpack on heading upwards. I stood there with my lenses trained on this figure for ten minutes and it never moved, so it must be made of stone.
We talked with a long time local of Lake Louise and he said that in all his 20 years he’d never seen wind like this. It was like there was a snow tornado. Check out the snow kicking up off the lake.
Born Into The Cold – His dad was calling him a little tamale because he was wrapped up so tight.
Banff National Park is for all ages! This mama came all the way from Poland to visit.
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