Ever wonder what it is like driving through the Rocky Mountain passes in winter? Here is a very short sample of our drive back to the interior of British Columbia from Vancouver, after Christmas:
Road conditions were actually good, since there was no ice and decent visibility on this trip.
The highest point of the Crowsnest Highway between Hope and Princeton is Allison Pass (el. 1,342 m or 4,403 ft), which is in the middle of Manning Provincial Park.
Weekly Photo Challenge Prompt: Seasons
Share an image evocative of the weather or represent the current “season of your life” in metaphor.
No doubt about the season there!
I forgot to be subtle. 🙂
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Well, it looks like a lot of streets in winter. Brownish half melted snow at the street and a great winter-forest at both sides of it!
The brown at least means the roads are partially clear, so a mixed blessing. 🙂
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