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•En el camino de vuelta todo era casi todo era distinto, el hielo dió lugar a aguas turquesas y la nieve a montañas verdes. Ya no se escuchaban las avalanchas sino los pajaritos🐣 y la única cosa que se mantenía imperturbable era la belleza.
Sabíamos que tanto el verano como el invierno nos dejarían con la boca abierta viajando por las #rockymountains .
• #Peytolake , este lago con forma de lobo es solo un gran ejemplo😅
Si tuvieses que elegir entre invierno y verano para venir 👉 ¿cuál sería?
•On the way back almost everything was different, the ice gave way to the turquoise water and the snow to green mountains. Now you could not hear the avalanche but the birds🐣, and the only thing that remain was the beauty.
We knew that winter and summer will let us speechless travelling the #rockymountains .
• #Paytolake , this lake with the shape of a wolf is only a great example😅
If you have to chose between winter or summer to come, 👉which one will you pick?
Left whatever of a soul I had in the Rockies. 🐺
Glad to have met an experienced hiker last summer. Who told me all about his love for the Canadian Rockies, along with other inspiring adventure stories ,while we hiked down to Lilian basin. Later sending me a PDF file of things up here to see for a quick trip. Wasn’t until now that I decided to see what it was all about. Absolute paradise. ✨😫 #thankyou
I’ll try to make this a yearly roadtrip destination. 🚙
Who needs photoshop when you have a lake as blue as 💙 Peyto Lake? ✨
This vibrant blue glacier-fed lake is a must see when you visit in Banff! The amazing blue green color of the lake is from the large amounts of glacier rock flour that flows into it during summer months. ☀️
If you could only visit one beautiful place your whole life, where would it be?
JOHNSON CANYON... Our first day in Banff was a busy one. Got up, had a crispy cup of coffee (it was better in the mountains), hiked up and down sulfer mountain... then headed to Johnson Canyon to get some shots of the water falls and well... the canyon😂 Can’t say I’ve been in a canyon before so that’s cool! I found it so cool being able to look up and seeing towering rocks above you with trees on top of that yet, you know I had to capture it 😎 after we finished up here we drove to Vermilion Lakes where we got so many great shots! Tomorrow I’m photographing my first wedding (I’ve done video not photo), so stay tuned for that as well!
Wow, I couldn’t have asked for a better group to explore Canada with than this group right here!
From 4 am wake up calls and watching the sunrise as we drove to each hiking destination to feeling crazy exhausted by the end of each night...with the couple of days we had, we truly lived each day to the max just to do it all over again. Thankful for these friendships and making some awesome memories 💚 #fbf#tgif
BIG thank you to @alan.truong for taking dope @$$ 📸 & capturing some of the best moments!
97811 hours ago
Peyto Lake lookout after a wrong turn and 2 miles in the wrong direction.
Banff, Day 2 - Bow Pass and Peyto Lake. We hiked up before turning back around because of the thick fog.
1: Tall trees neatly lining up the trail made it feel…almost claustrophobic
2: The moment we realized it might be foggy at the top, but we still pushed through
3: On the way down, we found some views on the ridge
Did you know that the Peyto Lake, a glacier-fed lake in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies, was named for Bill Peyto, an early trail guide and trapper in the Banff area? #seeqr#seeqrtravel
Photo credit: @joemackin
Witnessed the most turquoise blue waters & majestic mountains at Peyto Lake 😍 These Canadian Rockies have stolen this city girl’s heart #peytolake#canadianrockies
90620 hours ago
Well, I did it. Made a bucket list vacation and did it solo.
I can’t tell you how many people asked me why I’m going solo for this trip, or am I meeting anyone out there, etc.. Well to be honest, I had originally planned to go with people for a surprise, but life works in mysterious ways and went a different route. I still decided to take this trip because it was a 5 year goal of mine since 2014, when we went to Vancouver for a short little family trip, to make it back out to the British Columbia way.
When I was looking up for places to visit, I stumbled upon Banff and the Lake Louise/Moraine Lake areas on YouTube and Instagram. WOW. They are truly breathtaking and can only be described as beautiful and will leave you speechless. My pictures can’t do this whole place justice in the Canadian Rockies. It is truly stunning.
I saw Glaciers, the high peaks of the Rocky Mountains, the blue colored glacier-fed lakes, the beautiful roads that hug each and every mountain, was close to some wildlife (Almost met a bear at 60mph, 5 feet in front of my rental at night) and so much more.
This place is beyond anything I can describe. I went with the sole mission of booking the trip and taking my camera. I have tons of pictures that I’d love to share (and will), but will slowly go through them over time. I’d rather pile up your feeds with pictures of beautiful places rather than any BS that you might see otherwise.
Life is too short not to travel. Do it alone. Travel with others. I encourage to just enjoy what’s out there before it’s gone. ✌🏼