Rocky Mountaineer train vacation

This trip definitely falls into one of the top ten “Must Dos” in your lifetime. Ride the rails in style through the Canadian Rockies and Western Canada.

Book your Rocky Mountaineer train vacation & receive one free night at a Fairmont hotel in Vancouver, BC.

Click here to see Rocky Mountaineer train vacation packages and to learn more about this limited time special offer ending July 31, 2009.

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Alberta, the westernmost of Canada’s 3 Prairie Provinces, shares many physical features with its neighbours to the east, SASKATCHEWAN and MANITOBA.

The Rocky Mountains form the southern portion of Alberta’s western boundary with BRITISH COLUMBIA. The province possesses the country’s largest deposits of oil and natural gas, and expansion of the petroleum industry from 1947 to 1982 made it the fastest-growing province in that period, producing a westward shift of economic power in Canada.

Alberta been named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, 4th daughter of Queen Victoria. Alberta divided into 2 distinct regions – southern Alberta, with Calgary as its focal point; and central and northern Alberta, with Edmonton as the metropolitan centre.

Alberta, Canada

Alberta, Canada

City of Edmonton is constantly growing. At present, light train LRT been extended to South of the city. It will help to reduce the traffic of all commuters heading to Downtown to work and cut down on pollutions.

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Staying in Jasper National Park and looking for an easy way to get more out of a Canadian Rockies vacation?

Simply look West towards the big mountain in the sky.

Mt. Robson 2

Mt Robson Provincial Park is Jasper National Park’s western neighbor and a simple sidetrip from Jasper National Park.  A sidetrip to Mt Robson Park is a great way to expand upon a Canadian Rockies vacation.

Mt Robson Provincial Park is one of the many gems of the Canadian Rockies.  The park is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site which includes Jasper National Park, Banff National Park and other Canadian Rockies parks and regions.

Mt. Robson Goat (Photo by BC Randonneurs Photo Gallery)

Mt Robson Park is in the Canadian province of British Columbia on the other side of Jasper National Park past the western border of Alberta.

Looking across the border, Mt Robson provides an outdoorsy haven away from the crowds of the national parks, a place for the off-the-beaten-path good stuff.


Mt Robson Provincial Park’s Off-the-beaten Path Good Stuff

As the park’s name implies, Mt Robson is defined by a mountain by the name of “Robson”.  Mt. Robson is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies.

Finally, a 10:00am start at the Berg Lake Trailhead (2,800')

The overwhelmingly wonderful feature of Mt Robson Provincial Park is the scenery.

The best way to enjoy the scenery of Mt Robson Park is by hiking.   The park offers a mixture of easy and hard day hiking and some overnight backpacking for the more adventurous.

One popular hike is the Mumm Basin Trail.  Hike it to see Berg Lake (pictured below). When a hike takes you to a scene like this picture, the value of visiting Mt Robson becomes clear.

img_0834 - Pano from Mumm Basin+

Overnight backpacking hikes reveal other amazing lake scenes and water features.

What to Bring to Mt Robson

If doing a sidetrip from Jasper National Park, bring lunch and maybe dinner and lots of water and spend the day hiking in Mt Robson.  The park does have a small visitor center but is absent of much of any facilities – like restaurants and shopping.  That keeps away the tourist bus crowds and can be a great justification for having a picnic lunch while hiking – if it’s not raining.  Bringing rain gear on hikes in the Canadian Rockies is always a good thing.

How to get to Mt Robson Provincial Park from Jasper National Park

Ok, don’t mess these instructions up. Let’s assume that you are leaving from Jasper townsite, the center of Jasper, on Highway 16 – the Yellowhead Highway.

mt robson map Mt Robson Provincial Park   Sidetrip from Jasper National Park.

First, get into a car, preferably one that you own or rent.

Turn your car on.

Get onto Highway 16/Yellowhead Highway.  Drive west.  In approximately 60 minutes you’ll be at the border of Mt Robson Provincial Park.

Try not to get lost on the way! The scenery along the way will make it a fun drive.

B C_TransCanada Hwy 16_Yellowhead Hwy_near Mt Robson_BC Rockies_2_

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Polish Himalaya Expeditions 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 led by Jan Lenczowski (Grandson of Jakub Bujaka – first ascent Nanda Devi East), the team : MARCIN MIOTK, GRZEGORZ MRÓZ, JAROSŁAW WOĆKO, NARCYZ SADŁOŃ, PAWEŁ SZLACHTA, TOMASZ WALKIEWICZ, DANIEL CIESZYŃSKI, GRZESIEK SOSIŃSKI, RAFAŁ SZENDZIELARZ.  Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 part 8 : Polish to celebrate 70th anniversary of first ascent. Himalaya wrap up: over on Nanda Devi East.

Goal:

Nanda Devi East (7816 m ) – they will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

Accomplishment time:

The attempt will take place between 20 April and 7 June 2009.

Description of the expedition:

The expedition will commence in 20 April 2009. The participants have obtained all necessary permits. They will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

 Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 part 8 : Polish to celebrate 70th anniversary of first ascent. Himalaya wrap up: over on Nanda Devi East.

Nanda Devi is the tallest mountain in the Garhwal Himalaya, and the second tallest peak in all of India. It consists of two distinct summits, with the main peak reaching 7816m with the secondary summit, known as Nanda Devi East, topping out 7434m. The entire massif is surrounded by a ring of challenging and tall Himalayan peaks, which helps to make the region, known as the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, almost inaccessible. The mountain is also viewed as sacred to the Hindi people, as it is named after one of their goddesses. Many consider it to be the one of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – in review.

Himalaya wrap-up: over on Nanda Devi East.

27.05.2009 Nanda Devi East – – it’s over.

Expedition leader Jan Lenczowski writes today on the Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 website, that forecasts show no chance of a window before June 7, the end of  accomplishment time. They organizing porters and BC is packed up.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 team Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 team : MARCIN MIOTK, GRZEGORZ MRÓZ, JAROSŁAW WOĆKO, NARCYZ SADŁOŃ, PAWEŁ SZLACHTA, TOMASZ WALKIEWICZ, DANIEL CIESZYŃSKI, GRZESIEK SOSIŃSKI, RAFAŁ SZENDZIELARZ, JAN LENCZOWSKI.

Nanda Devi -tablica Inscription : Nanda Devi East, 2.7.1939, first ascent, A. Karpiński, J. Bujak, S. Bernadzikiewicz, J. Klarner POLAND

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Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

– wyprawa z okazji 70 lecia polskiego himalaizmu.

Z okazji 70-lecia pierwszej polskiej wyprawy w Himalaje wyruszyła wyprawa jubileuszowa na Nanda Devi East.

Celem obecnej wyprawy jest przypomnienie o sukcesach Polaków w Himalajach i powtórzenie drogi z 1939 roku. Trzon ekspedycji stanowić będą młodzi himalaiści, mający już doświadczenie wspinaczkowe w górach wysokich. Wyprawa wyruszyła 20 kwietnia, powrót zaplanowano na 7 czerwca 2009 roku.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – relacje.

27.05.2009 Zakończenie wyprawy.

Niestety nie udało się zdobyć szczytu,  tym razem zwyciężyła pogoda. A oto jak uczestnicy wyprawy relacjonują jej zakończenie.

Wszyscy członkowie wyprawy Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 są już w bazie. Ze względu na fatalne warunki pogodowe oraz brak czasu na dalszą akcję górską, kierownictwo podjęło decyzję o zakończeniu wyprawy. Wszyscy alpiniści czują się dobrze.

Szczegóły w relacji kierownika wyprawy Jana Lenczowskiego: RELACJA
Atak szczytowy nie powiódł się z powodu złych warunków atmosferycznych (ograniczona widoczność i silny wiatr) oraz kłopotów zdrowotnych Jarka Woćko.

Szczegóły w relacji Daniela Cieszyńskiego z obozu II: RELACJA

Dzisiaj około godziny 10 czasu miejscowego, uczestnicy wyprawy odsłonili w okolicach bazy tablicę pamiątkową z inskrypcją: ” Nanda Devi East, 2.7.1939, first ascent, A. Karpiński, J. Bujak, S. Bernadzikiewicz, J. Klarner POLAND”. Pomysł i projekt tablicy powstał przy współpracy wszystkich uczestników Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009, z inspiracji Narcyza Sadłonia.

Relacja Jana Lenczowskiego: RELACJA

Nanda Devi -tablica W Fotogalerii znajdują się nowe zdjęcia z obozu II i odsłonięcia tablicy.

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Polish Himalaya Expeditions 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 led by Jan Lenczowski (Grandson of Jakub Bujaka – first ascent Nanda Devi East), the team : MARCIN MIOTK, GRZEGORZ MRÓZ, JAROSŁAW WOĆKO, NARCYZ SADŁOŃ, PAWEŁ SZLACHTA, TOMASZ WALKIEWICZ, DANIEL CIESZYŃSKI, GRZESIEK SOSIŃSKI, RAFAŁ SZENDZIELARZ.  Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 part 7 : Polish to celebrate 70th anniversary of first ascent.

Goal:

Nanda Devi East (7816 m ) – they will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

Accomplishment time:

The attempt will take place between 20 April and 7 June 2009.

Description of the expedition:

The expedition will commence in 20 April 2009. The participants have obtained all necessary permits. They will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

 Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 part 7 : Polish to celebrate 70th anniversary of first ascent.

Nanda Devi is the tallest mountain in the Garhwal Himalaya, and the second tallest peak in all of India. It consists of two distinct summits, with the main peak reaching 7816m with the secondary summit, known as Nanda Devi East, topping out 7434m. The entire massif is surrounded by a ring of challenging and tall Himalayan peaks, which helps to make the region, known as the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, almost inaccessible. The mountain is also viewed as sacred to the Hindi people, as it is named after one of their goddesses. Many consider it to be the one of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – in review.

26.05.2009  The summit attempt not succeeded.

Expedition member Tomek Walkiewicz writes today on the Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 website that first attempt ended at around 6,900 m.

25.05.2009 The summit attempt starts tonight

Tonight Jarek Woćko and Daniel Cieszyński will try to get to the summit of Nanda Devi East.

Unfortunately during the weekend the weather changed at Nanda Devi massif. Visibility was restricted to 10 m and the wind was very strong.

Today the weather was a little bit better. Jarek and Daniel got to the heigh of 6900 m. Tonight they start first summit attempt.

23.05.2009 The Camp II set up

Today Jarek Woćko, Daniel Cieszyński i Marcin Miotk set up the Camp II at the height of 6500 m.

Yesterday they did not manage to leave the ridge and get to the height of 6500 m, where there is quite flat area to put the tent. They had to spend the night on the very narrow ridge.

Today everything went according to the plan and the Camp II was set up.

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Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

– wyprawa z okazji 70 lecia polskiego himalaizmu.

Z okazji 70-lecia pierwszej polskiej wyprawy w Himalaje wyruszyła wyprawa jubileuszowa na Nanda Devi East.

Celem obecnej wyprawy jest przypomnienie o sukcesach Polaków w Himalajach i powtórzenie drogi z 1939 roku. Trzon ekspedycji stanowić będą młodzi himalaiści, mający już doświadczenie wspinaczkowe w górach wysokich. Wyprawa wyruszyła 20 kwietnia, powrót zaplanowano na 7 czerwca 2009 roku.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – relacje.

26.05.2009 Odwrót

Niestety z powodu fatalnych warunków atmosferycznych ekipie szczytowej nie udało się zdobyć wierzchołka Nanda Devi East.

Jarek Woćko, Daniel Cieszyński i Janek Lenczowski wracają właśnie do bazy głównej.

Tomek Walkiewicz  – RELACJA

Nanda Devi East _plan3 Nanda Devi – na zdjęciu zaznaczono prawdopodobną najwyższą pozycję (6900 m) jaką udało się osiągnąć Jarkowi Woćko i Danielowi Cieszyńskiemu. Punkt jest zaznaczony schematycznie na podstawie relacji ekipy.

25.05.2009 Atak szczytowy za kilka godzin

We wtorek, 26 maja, Jarek Woćko i Daniel Cieszyński podejmą jedyną próbę ataku szczytowego. Z obozu II wyruszą ok. godz. 3. W obozie I na przełęczy Longstaffa znajduje się Janek Lenczowski. Pozostali uczestnicy oczekują w bazie.

Jeśli łączność pozwoli przebieg ataku szczytowego będziemy relacjonować na bieżąco na stronie www.nandadevi.pl.

Tomek Walkiewicz z bazy  głównej: RELACJA

25.05.2009 Załamanie pogody, ale akcja szczytowa trwa

Miniony weekend przyniósł przełom w pogodzie, ale też w akcji górskiej.

Sobota:
Obóz II (6500 m n.p.m.) został założony ponad skalną częścią grani, daleko za zaporęczowanym odcinkiem. Z powodu trudnego terenu, wykopanie platformy pod namiot zajęło 1,5 godziny. Widoczność na górze wynosiła tylko 10m, w dodatku wiał bardzo silny wiatr.

Jarek Woćko z obozu  II: RELACJA

Niedziela:
W niedzielę nastąpiło silne załamanie pogody. W bazie padał śnieg, powyżej 6000 m n.p.m. widoczność spadła do zera. Jarosław Woćko i Daniel Cieszyński czekają z atakiem na zmianę pogody.

Tomek Walkiewicz z bazy  głównej: RELACJA

Poniedziałek:
Godz. 8:00 czasu miejscowego W obozie II widoczność poprawiła się. Jarek i Daniel zamierzają wyjść w ciągu godziny. Dalsze plany uzależniają od zmiany pogody.

Rozmowa przez radio Narcyza Sadłonia z Jarkiem  Woćko: RELACJA

Godz. 10:00 Jarek i Daniel dotarli na 6900 m n.pm.! Jutro zamierzają podjąć atak szczytowy na lekko.

Nanada Devi 05.25 - zalamanie pogody Tumany chmur nad masywem Nanda Devi

23.05.2009 Obóz II założony

Dzisiaj Jarek Woćko, Daniel Cieszyński i Marcin Miotk założyli obóz II na wysokości 6500 m.

W dniu wczorajszym zespołowi nie udało się opuścić grani i dotrzeć na pola firnowe pod Wielkim Uskokiem, gdzie miał zostać założony obóz II. Po całodniowej wspinaczce na powietrznej grani, gdzie każdy błąd groził upadkiem w dwukilometrową przepaść, chłopaki musieli rozbić obóz na grani na wysokości 6300 m. Szczegóły w relacji Jarka.

Jarek Woćko  – RELACJA

Dzisiaj wszystko poszło już zgodnie z planem i obóz II został założony na wyokości 6500 m.

Na poniższym szkicu zaznaczono obóz II oraz 3 uskoki, które muszą pokonać alpiniści przed szczytem i które będą stanowić główny problem wspinaczkowy.

Nanda Devi szkic1 Szkic udostępniony dzięki uprzejmości Ricard Miquel z hiszpańskiej wyprawy, która zdobyła szczyt w 2004 roku.

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Bhutan lies in the eastern Himalayas, between Tibet to the north, the Indian territories of Assam and bhutan main Bhutan Treks and Tours : Central Bhutan Tour.West Bengal, to the south and east, and Sikkim to the west. Bhutan is a tiny country has a total area of about 47,00 square KM. Bhutan is loacted in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land-locked country like Nepal surrounded by mountains.The sparsely populated Greater Himalayas, bounded to the north by the Tibetan plateau, reach heights of over 7,300 meters (23,950ft.), and extend southward losing height, to form the fertile valleys of the Lesser Himalayas divided by the Wang, Sunkosh, Trongsa and Manas Rivers. Monsoon influences promote dense forestation in this region and alpine growth at higher altitudes. The cultivated central uplands and Himalayan foothills support the majority of the population. In the south, the Duars (the gates or doors; the traditional 18 points of access into Bhutan from the Indian plain.) drop sharply away from the Himalayas into the large tracts of semi-tropical forest, savannah grassland and bamboo jungles. Bhutan has remained a hidden Kingdom by choice for many years. Today, it has opened its door to visitors, and a small number of people are welcome to explore the Kingdom.

7 Night/ 8 Days Bhutan Tour. Bhutan Group Tours to Thimpu, Paro, Wangdi and Punakha Valleys.

The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan offers Western and Asian tourist a unique and well preserved bhutan tour_centeralculture and heritage of this beautiful country. A majority of the Bhutanese people are of Tibetan origin and follow a sect of Tibetan Buddhism. One of the least densely populated countrries in Aisa, Bhutan offers a charming culture and hospitable people amongst a grand landscape of forested mountains and deep valleys gushing with clear rivers. Visit quaint villages with wooden singled rooms, great fortressed dzongs and Buddhist monasteries as you literally travel back in time. We offer short 4 to 5 day tours to Bhutan as well as week long tours to experience Bhutan’s famous western valleys. The longer Bhutan tours will take you to the central valleys of Bumthang and even to little visited far Eastern towns of Mongar and Tashigang. Join our Group tours to Bhutan or we can arrange customized private tour to Bhutan.

Day By Day Itinerary:

1 ARRIVE BHUTAN
Fly Bangkok to Paro, Bhutan.
Afternoon visit Museum and Paro Town. Hotel.
Flights are also available from Kathmandu and New Delhi.
2 PARO SIGHTSEEING
Hike to Taktsang Monastery (3-4 hrs).
Overnight hotel in Paro.
3 THIMPU SIGHTSEEING
Drive Paro to Thimpu. Afternoon sightseeing.
Overnight at hotel in Thimpu.
4 PUNAKHA & WANGDUE SIGHTSEEING
Day Excurdion to Punakha & Wangdue valleys.
Overnight hotel in Paro.
5 PHOBJEKHA VALLEY SIGHTSEEING
Day excursion to Phobjekha valley.
Overnight hotel in Punakha.
6 THIMPU SIGHTSEEING
Drive to Thimpu. Afternoon free in Thimpu.
Overnight at hotel in Thimpu.
7 PARO SIGHTSEEING
Return to Paro. Afternoon in Paro.
Overnight hotel in Paro.
8 DEPARTURE FROM BHUTAN
Fly from Paro to Bangkok, Kathmandu or New Delhi. End of Tour.

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The Annapurna Sanctuary trek also known as the Annapurna Base Camp trek is famous for trekkers. The principal peaks of the western portion of the great Annapurna Himal, including Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Fang, Annapurna, Ganagapurna, Annapurna 3 and Machhapuchhare, are arranged almost precisely in a circle about 10 miles in diameter with a deep glacier-covered amphitheatre at the centre.

Annapurna ABC-03 Nepal Trekking – Annapurna Base Camp

From this glacier basin, known as the Annapurna Sanctuary, the Modi Khola knifes its way south in a narrow gorge fully 3660m deep. Further south, the gorge opens up into a wide and fertile valley, the domain of the Gurungs. The middle and upper portions of Modi Khola offer some of the best short trekking routes in Nepal, and the valley is located so that these treks can be easily combined with treks into the Kali Gandaki region to the west.

Annapurna ABCThe combination of pretty villages and farmland at Ghaundrung, set against the panorama of high peaks beyond makes this one of the most picturesque of treks. Natural hot spring at Jhinudanda.

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Itinerary:

DAY            PLACE                                ALTITUDE

Day 1    Arrive in Kathmandu – Transfer to Hotel   1,355 m

Day 2   Sightseeing in Kathmandu – Afternoon free 1,355 m

Day 3   Kathmandu to Pokhara                      820 m

Day 4   Pokhara – Nayapul – Tikhe Dhungha         1,540 m

Day 5   Tikhe Dhungha to Ghorepani                2,750 m

Day 6   Gohrepani – Poon Hill – Tadapani          3,193 m

Day 7   Tadapani to Chhomrong                     2,340 m

Day 8   Chhomrong to Doban                        2,335 m

Day 9   Doban to Deurali                          2,920 m

Day 10 Deurali – MBC – Annapurna BC (ABC)       4,130 m

Day 11  Annapurna Base Camp  to Himalaya         2,505 m

Day 12  Himalaya to Chhomrong

Day 13  Chhomrong to Jhinu Danda                 2,340 m

Day 14  Jhinu Danda to Ghandruk                  1,940 m

Day 15  Ghandruk – Nayapul – Pokhara             820 m

Day 16  Pokhara to Kathmandu                     1,355 m

Day 17  At Leisure in Kathmandu                  1,355 m

Day 18  End of Trip – Flight back Home           1,355 m

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