British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan Motorcycle Ride, 2008.
September 6: The trip begins leaving Langley at 9:30 am, riding to Revelstoke, BC, where I spent the night. Special thanks goes to the Days Inn and Suites in Revelstoke, for providing accommodations. (523 kilometers)
September 8-10: Left Canmore at 11:00 am with a temperature of 3 degrees riding to Kananaskis Country where I spent three days filming this incredible area. Some of the areas featured: Barrier Dam, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Highwood Pass and the Kananaskis Village with five outstanding viewpoints on the Delta Lodge's property.
September 12-14: Left Medicine Hat Alberta and rode to the set of TV's Corner Gas, in Rouleau Saskatchewan. Left Rouleau after sunset and rode to Weyburn. (540 kilometers)
September 15: Left Weyburn and rode back to Medicine Hat, home of the world's largest tepee.
September 16-17: Medicine Hat to Drumheller. Some of the areas featured: Royal Tyrrell Museum, Dinosaur Provincial Park, the Hoodoos and the back 9 of the Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club.
September 18-22: I left Drumheller at 8:30 am and rode to Jasper.
I spent five days filming in Jasper National Park and Banff National Park. Some of the areas featured: Medicine Lake, Maligine Lake, the Columbia Icefield, Highway 93 the Icefield Parkway and a heli-tour courtesy of Icefield Helicopter Tours.
September 23: Left jasper at 8:30 am with a temperature of 1 degree. Arriving in langley at 5:30 pm BC time. (753 kilometers)
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September 11: Left the Kananaskis Village and rode to Medicine Hat, Alberta, spending the night there. Special thanks goes to the Motel 6 for providing accommodations.
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