By Brenda Koller
This consultant covers Alberta's Jasper nationwide Park, Banff nationwide Park, in addition to BC's outstanding Yoho and Kootenay nationwide Parks. different Rocky Mountain Parks and components lined comprise Kananaskis state, Waterton Lakes nationwide Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park, with majestic Mt. Robson. The Canadian Rockies see approximately 4 million viewers every year. simply available adventures comprise jogging, climbing and backpacking; mountain cycling and bicycle traveling; fishing, boating and rafting; horseback using; snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing; and much more. it is a advisor for areas to stick and devour, points of interest, actions, gala's - written through a lifelong resident of the Canadian Rockies. Maps, pictures, index.
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27 Family/Group (up to seven people, any age, arriving in a single vehicle) . . . . . . . . $109 Entry fees for Jasper, Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks are as follows (see the Waterton Lakes National Park chapter for entry fees to that park): DAILY FEES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Adult (17 to 64 years) . . . . . . . . . . . $8 Senior (65 and over) . . . . . . . . . . . . $7 Youth (six to 16 years) . . . . . . . . . . . $4 Children (under six) .
The common ground squirrel in the mountain parks. They appear tame but may bite or scratch and can pass along ticks and lice. Red Squirrels Rust-red to grey-red, the common tree squirrel of the mountain parks. Very chatty, energetic and messy, leaving piles of cone remnants at the bottom of trees. Active throughout the year. Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrels Greyish-brown with reddish head and shoulders. Chipmunklike but with body stripes and no facial stripes. Least Chipmunks The most common and smallest chipmunk of the mountain parks.
N Photography Tips The camera has played a prominent role in recording the history and ever-changing landscape of the Canadian Rockies. Taking professional-looking images is easier than you might think and with rapid advances in the digital realm, improving your photography skills should be... a snap! You don’t have t o i n v es t t h ou s a n ds of dol l a r s i n state-of-the-art equipment. 8mm zoom lens. A note about children – most kids I know love to photograph. Let them use your camera for the occasional shot and if they don’t have their own camera, buy them a disposable so that they can record their own memories.
Adventure Guide Canadian Rockies (Adventure Guides Series) by Brenda Koller