Kananaskis Kloof


Ons het vir die twede keer na Kananaskis Canyon in Kananaskis gegaan, die eerste keer was in die winter 2006.

Dit was ‘n heerlike 23 grade. Dit is ‘n kort stappie, ‘n mens oor-kruis klein bruggies, daar is ‘n paar water-valletjies en mooi mos.

Kananaskis Canyon
”Length 1.2 km time 1.0hr park name Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta, Rocky Mountain trail structure Loop. The only proof of the existence of the once powerful river that flowed Kananaskis Canyon is a small stream that passes through the present-day sculpted gorge. The cause of this change, a dam erected in 1955, is now frequented by many with an interest in the functioning of hydroelectric power. Stairs allow a bird’s eye view of an enormous pipe that diverts the flow of water, and as the trail descends you can cross the river several times on footbridges before returning to the trailhead. From Highway 1, drive 50km south on Highway 40. Turn right onto Kananaskis Lakes Trail. After 3.9km, turn right again onto Canyon Road. Drive on this road for an additional 1.2km before turning right onto the Canyon campground. The trailhead is located on the left side of the campground road.”
http://www.trailscanada.com

Ons plan was om daarna na die Elpoco stroompie toe te gaan, maar die pad was toe, blykbaar weens ‘n vuur in Kananaskis, want die lug was gevul met rook. Ons het so ‘n bietjie ontspan by die Elpoco area, die honde het die plek verken en toe is ons huis toe. Ons was gelukkig om ‘n Moose langs die pad te kry. Mense het gestop en uit hulle karre geklim om fotos te neem, maar hy was jonk, so hy het hom nie aan hulle gesteur nie.

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