Saskatchewan River Crossing

(My solo road trip of western Canada – Wednesday 23rd September)

I forgot to post this slightly earlier as this was my half way stop after leaving Banff National Park heading towards Jasper National Park.  To be honest, you don’t really need to stay here, but it did allow me to see more than I could have if I didn’t.  There was no phone reception and the internet you had to pay extra for and there was no guarantee of its speed or efficiency as it was more like dial up…I didn’t bother as I had to sign a form which pretty much states ‘pay us, it won’t really work but don’t question us about it’!

It was named “The Crossing”, when travellers and fur traders used this spot to cross the North Saskatchewan River on their way to British Columbia in the 19th century.  My room was comfortable and the view from my ‘balcony’ was very nice as you can see…

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