It took a solid two hours each way for us to get there, but Peggy and I agreed it was well worth the climb. We shared a light lunch of a bowl of vegetable soup, half of a tuna salad sandwich, and a large slice of blueberry pie, all made on-site using propane stoves. And, of course, we had tea at the tea house. The views of the glaciers were outstanding, along with the vie of Lake Kouise, the Chateau Lake Louise and the ski are beyond.
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