The Canadian Rockies in Fall

October 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

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This past week one of my daughters and I spent a week camping and photographing the Fall colours in Banff and Yoho National Parks. We had cold nights, but absolutely beautiful days! The mountains had a bit of new snow. The larches in both parks were at their prime, the aspen almost at prime.

The first day we drove through Revelstoke and Glacier Parks, to Lake Louise. The second  and third days we hiked and photographed in the Lake Louise and Moraine Lake areas. The fourth day we made our way to the Lake O’Hara area of Yoho, were we stayed for a total of three days. The last day we spent in Banff proper. Then it was back home, where the trees are just now coming into their full Fall glory.

 

This is a link to an article about the first place we hiked and photographed.

The two photos below are (1) Lake Agnes, and (2) The trail from Plain of the Six Glaciers Teahouse to Victoria Glacier Lookout Lake AgnesLake Agnes Plain of the Six Glaciers TrailPlain of the Six Glaciers Trail

 


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