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Waterton kayaking the middle lake

Waterton Kayaking, the middle lake, POW, Prince of wales, hotel

Waterton kayaking the middle lake on a beautiful fall day. There is not a lot that can beat the amazing beauty. A great way to spend a day. Come with me for a quick tour. I get to see some amazing things from my kayak. See the entire YouTube video Some days there is nothing …

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Red Rock Canyon, Lost Horse & Pass Creek

Driving up to Red Rock is one thing, stopping to explore is another. There are so many places to stop on the way up that it can take an entire day to get up to Red Rock.

A stop heading to Red Rock Canyon
Lost Horse Creek

I have a few favorite places to stop. Some can be busy but if you go a few feet from the road you will seldom see another person. Each place also has its own features that makes it unique.

On the way to Red Rock the scenery is amazing

One of my favorite stops is Lost Horse Creek. It is a mini Red Rock Canyon without the people. Hundreds of people stop there everyday but few get out of their cars. It it is sheltered and very quiet.

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Red Rock Canyon – After the fire

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I wanted to get up to Red Rock Canyon as it finally opened to vehicles for the first time since the fires of 2017. So on the day it opened I was off to explore.

I can truly say it is as amazing as ever it just looks different since the fire. Things are really growing and lots of animals. I was fortunate as there where not a lot of people that were up there. You could tell that many were waiting for it to open and some had no idea what it was suppose to look like. After about an hour I had enough of the people and had to go someplace that people never stop. So I went down the road a few kilometers and found a secluded spot to pull off and have lunch. Yes most of the larger trees are gone but there is so much else to see and experience!!!!

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