The hotel I stayed at didn’t serve breakfast, so I packed up quickly and went to McDonald’s for an Egg McMuffin and coffee. I had my sights set on the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, 200 miles away. I got there in time for lunch – at McDonalds, again.
There is no way to describe the views of the mountains. This is a place that should be on everyone’s bucket list.
I stopped for a photo op in Jasper. The town is purely a place for tourists.
I like trains, so I took a picture of the locomotive.
The Icefields Parkway runs north/south between the mountains for 150 miles!
I left the park and headed west to Radium Hot Springs. This is a resort area near some hot springs. The campground is immaculate and pricey. A tent site is more that a dorm room at the University of Alaska.
This is the last of my posts for the Alaska story. My next adventure starts in a few days. I’m headed to Canmore, AB and Shark Week VI, the meet up of Road Glide owners.