After going to some of the most beautiful places in the world, we decided to go farther north and walk on a glacier. This is the glacier from below. There are three stair to this glacier and we walked on the bottom one. We got there by . . .
. . . this. This is an ice bus. It has 6 wheel drive and some massive tires to grip the ice and keep it from sliding. Good thing, too, because the slope that the driver took us down was steeper than any road I have driven on in San Francisco or Vancouver. Very cool.
When we finished riding the bus, the driver told us it was her second tour ever. I'm glad she waited until we were finished driving with her!
Here is a view from the glacier
Video of the glacier.
Later that same day . . .
. . . we saw a bear friend on the side of a road.
Then we went to the Takakkaw falls that Mark once saw in a book, and really wanted to see. This is it. Very pretty, and it's pretty fun to say, too.
I had to get an artistic picture of it, too.
And finally, our last stop in the mountains was to Lake Moraine. And I must say it was the most beautiful of all.