I can't resist sharing more photos from our trip to Assiniboine Provincial Park. It is one of the most stunning places I've ever visited.
We camped along the west side of Lake Magog. We brought beef bourguignon stew for dinner, along with a bottle of wine and it was so delicious after a long day of hiking. I always sleep well when camping. There is something magical about falling asleep in the cool night air with the stars overhead and the sounds of the forest. A word of advice: do not keep any food or anything strongly scented in your tent! One camper had his tent tipped over by a grizzly bear the week before we arrived; he had left snacks in his tent.
Mt Assiniboine is often referred to as "the Matterhorn of the Rockies" because of its distinctive shape. It was first climbed in 1901 and there are several routes to the summit.
|Mt Assiniboine reflected in the waters of Lake Magog|
Dress: Anthropologie, Sweetwater Dress
Belt: Smart Set, old
Shoes: Nine West, old