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Bow Summit, Icefield Parkway, Canada




Bow Summit, is a great hike while taking the Icefield Parkway ...it is an huge up hill hike ...but well worth the pain & burning muscles to get to the top & see this awesome amazing view. it was freezing when we walked up there. didn't have a temperature gauge... but my bones told me it was COLD!!! brr!! Beth ( :

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What an incredible colour blue!! xx
TexWisGirl said…
just beautiful views!
William Kendall said…
Magnificent views from there!
Linda Kay said…
Hey, Beth....breathtaking views of the mountains.
Betsy Adams said…
Hi Beth, I've been out-of-pocket traveling --but realized that I haven't heard from you since April 2nd. Are you all traveling also????

I love your Canada pictures. What a gorgeous place..We've been out hiking this week and searching for waterfalls. Had a wonderful time.
Hugs,
Betsy
don said…
These are great views of this world class scenery. I really like the glacier color water.
eileeninmd said…
Wow, I can get over the water color there. It is beautiful. Lovely scenic shots, Beth!
Tanya Breese said…
wow, look at the color of that blue water! what a view indeed!
George said…
The color of the water is gorgeous. I'm glad you made the hike up the hill. (I'm not sure I'd make the hike in real cold weather).
Ruth Hiebert said…
The scenery is gorgeous and like others have said,I love the color of the water.
Missy George said…
So beautiful..Thanks for taking the hike and the pictures..
Stephanie said…
Amazing views!
Rose said…
Wow, you have really seen some beautiful country.
Beth said…
Your Canada photos are just gorgeous, Beth! I loved seeing the ice fields and the blue lake. I was quite interested to hear you just got back from a trip to the Biltmore. We hope to go there soon. Have a great weekend!
Hugs, Beth

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