Lake Lousie & Icefield Parkway

Today, we drove from Banff to Jasper and visited a bunch of really interesting places that were on our way. We started our day by driving to Lake Louise on the 1A Parkway through a neverending forest. Then we went to Lake Moraine and Lake Louise, two really beautiful lakes in the mountains nearby.

After that, we continued our journey on the Icefield Parkway, a 230km long road to Jasper and visited some great places like the Bow Lake and Bow Summit (over 2100m above sea), the Columbia Icefields and the Athabascan Falls, a really impressive, 23m high waterfall through a short canyon.

For dinner, we've eaten Fish & Chips and now we are really tired and are going to sleep soon.

Two rather bad things happened too today. First, I booked our hotel room for the wrong night, so we had to cancel that and payed a bit more than planned and second, the akku of my Canon Ixus 100 IS was empty just after reaching the Bow Lake, so I couldn't make any movies from all the nice places we visited after that. And all photos after that are from Adrians camera.

Distance Banff to Jasper: 288km, already over 500km in total.

Update: The video (56MB) is now available here: