At the conclusion of the photo tour on Sunday, I headed back to Calgary. The most unfortunate thing was that this Sunday was unlike another Sunday. It was the Gold Medal game day for mens hockey in Vancouver. I realized this by the time I lost radio reception! So I put faith in the Canadian mens team and took pictures along Highway 93. I took advantage of this drive back as it will probably was the last time I'll be there for a while. Moving to Pittsbugh in June will be great, but I sure will miss the Rocky Mountains of Canada.
One of the stops I took was just south of the North Saskatchewan River. Mistaya Canyon, is a great spot along Highway 93. It's not as busy as Athabasca or Sunwapta falls. As well, there are some great viewpoints that are not obstucted by "human stupidity" barriers. I really liked the pathway that led to the canyon, with the bluesky peaking through.