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No goats but nice anyeay

This is right off the road and safe for small children. Even if you don’t see goats it’s a great... read more

Reviewed August 10, 2018
cmoney2032
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Toledo, Ohio
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Wildlife and sweeping views

We saw 10 goats at the roadside exposed minerals. Be sure to go to the viewpoint to enjoy the... read more

Reviewed August 1, 2017
Cool_travelers0
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Strathmore, Canada
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Aug 21, 2018
“Grazing by the roadside”
Aug 10, 2018
“No goats but nice anyeay”
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Lovely to see the mountain goats so close. They were grazing by the roadside with young kids, we passed by here twice and were not disappointed to have photographic opportunities both times.
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This is right off the road and safe for small children. Even if you don’t see goats it’s a great view and no effort to try. It’s marked goats and glaciers now.
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Stopped twice at Goat Lick, saw 18 Mountains Goats first time and 4 second time. All of the Goats where on a hill across road from parking lot. did not see any Goats from overlooks at parking lot. Also a good place for bathroom break. From overlook,nice views of river below.
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We saw 10 goats at the roadside exposed minerals. Be sure to go to the viewpoint to enjoy the sweeping views of the mountains and river valley. Please respect the wildlife by giving them space, not trying to get too close for photos and getting in the way of traffic.
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Our Brewster's 56 seater coach pulled in to side of the road somewhere before the Athabasca Falls stop after the driver spotted mountain goats by the road. This produced the perfect photo with Nanny and baby goat posing under their warning sign. A 5 star photo opportunity but a
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