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post #1065 of (permalink) Old 10-25-2020, 11:47 PM
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Oct 25 '20

After over a week of Arctic blast that brought head-on winter to Bow Valley, things are clearing up. Went for a walk on Horseshoe loop at lower slopes of Grotto Mountain on sunny side of the valley. It is snowy, but just few centimeters and already some bare parts. It is very beautiful right now, totally unlike fall
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And pic of Grotto Mtn from start of ACC trail; I think it was doable without much problems and there were tracks going up
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Finally pic of snowy Bow Valley the day before. Totally not October-like
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For photographers, this last one is fairly unknown spot but outstanding to catch sunset. It is on east side of Cougar canyon approach above Benchlands, basically where Horseshoe loop starts. There is good trail from residential area below. Cougar btw is seriously closed with no end in sight, like they are building metropolis not simple dam.

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