What a great weekend. The rain held off held late this afternoon as everyone was headed back home to prepare for the work week ahead.
As tradition goes, Victoria Day marked the end of the 2010-2011 ski season at Sunshine Village with the famous and fun Slush Cup.
But for those who did not go to Sunshine Village, many were biking and walking along the Vermillion Lakes Road. A number of people were bird watching as there are a number of ducks, Canadian geese along with a few Trumpeter Swans.
Did you know that the Bow River pathway, located behind our location on Bow Avenue connects to the Fenland Marsh and then to the Vermillion Lakes Road?
If just coming from Calgary for a quick weekend getaway, be sure to bring your bike and discover our pathways and bring a set of binoculars. Or too, if you don't feel like bringing your bike, rentals are available near by at Snowtips-Bactrax located on Bear Street. Be sure to visit our Concierge Desk for more info.
Make your next visit to Banff National Park a green visit. Park and ride.
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