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Day 19: Elk, Elk, Elk before Jasper

It was a warm and dry night and I slept watching the skies all night. Was lovely indeed. I was up at 7 and we made b’fast and it was a slow start to the day. It was less then… Continue Reading →

Day 18: Bear sighting

I was planning to slow down today and given I hadn’t done much work on the blog in the past week, it was high time I took time off to attend to that. I was up early and made a… Continue Reading →

Day 17: Day hike to Berg Lake

Myself and Krissi planned to be up at our regular times, around 7 and then try to head out. I had learned that though she was heading to jasper from here, the same as me, she was planning to stay… Continue Reading →

Day 16: Cruising to Mt Robson

So I had decided to take the offer by Clark and Wendy to speed up my ride towards Jasper. I was unsure if I should get off at Mt. Robson and check it out, but finally decided I’d do that,… Continue Reading →

Day 15: Drying out

The forecast for the morning was for rain to stop and I was hoping for a bit of sun to dry out most of my gear after the long thunderstorm. At Midnight, the pitter patter stopped and I was relieved… Continue Reading →

Day 14: Rained out

Yesterday Night was crazy. The storm came in hard and the winds were lashing strongly on my tent. It’s been very humid inside and out and I had a lot of condensation. As the night went on, I had to… Continue Reading →

Day 13: Waterfall hunting with Wendy and Clark

So I wake up to a windy day here and head up to the reception to register and extend my stay for a day. Guess with Wendy and Clark inviting me to go Waterfall hunting in Wells Gray Provincial park,… Continue Reading →

Day 12: Incidents

I woke up this morning and had the feeling of lazing around and not wanting to go into work. I had to force myself up and packed my bags and was ready at 8:30 AM. Linda was planning to visit… Continue Reading →

Day 11: First Zero Day

It rained pretty heavily thro the night and I was nice and cozy in my tent. I realised that the condensation had drained a little bit of water into the tent, hmmm. Need to find a way to handle that,… Continue Reading →

Day 10: The day I met Kim

Today was to be a short day, since I was heading to Kelowna. I have 5 continuous days of ride behind me and the legs are starting to get stronger I reckon. But I still have to give the body… Continue Reading →

Day 9: Long descents and longer rests

I woke up to cloudy sky at 6, but decided to laze till about 7:30 because my camping buddy was a late riser too. We made b’fast and started on the road at 9. I offered to Francois to head… Continue Reading →

Day 8: When Canadians say it’s Flat, Its Hilly

I woke up at 6, but was feeling lethargic after the big day yesterday and figured I could start a bit late as everyone I met had mentioned the route is gentle with a couple of small kicks. I got… Continue Reading →

Day 7: Brutal climbs to paradise

I have heard about the Duffey lake road from everyone I have met and talked about routes and I was going to take it patiently and see how it works out. There is always a bail out option, My thumbs… Continue Reading →

Day 6: Rest, recharge and some sightseeing

The host family of Anna, Niki and l’il Will were cool with me staying another night and though I rested well in the noon, I knocked out again in the night. I was up at 5 but the body refused… Continue Reading →

Day 5: Perfect stealth camp site

After posting the blog yesterday, I finished my dinner (well packed some of it for b’fast) and decided to look around for a place to sleep. I tried some last minute Warmshowers. Usually I prefer not to use Warmshowers as… Continue Reading →

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