We have driven this scenic parkway three times before, once during the summer and twice in winter. This particular trip was in November during a visit to Chateau Lake Louise, when the snow added a particular charm and beauty to the sights along the Parkway. (But don't try it this time of year without proper tires and gear, as described in the official signs posted at the entrance to the drive.)
One slightly off-putting aspect of the trip: In past visits to Crowfoot Glacier along this road, we found the signs interesting that explained the melting of the glacier (due to climate change) that was causing the "toes" of the crowfoot to disappear. I know that Alberta is enjoying the prosperity that comes from all those tar sand deposits, but was it really necessary to take down those signs?
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