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After what was probably our last day of rest, we started to leave the Rocky Mountains for Calgrary.

From Banff to Canmore there is actually a bike path... But unfortunately only actually, because the big storm made parts of it impassable. Accordingly, on the TCH a shoulder was cleanly separated from the cars and served so now in sections as a bike path. From this we could then partly see what was destroyed here in a short time everything. Thus lay partly way sections in the deeper lying brook bed.

Before Canmore we left the TCH. After the small town we saw on both sides of the Bow Valley Trail still further storm damage.<p>With the time it became cooler and cooler and the temperature dropped to up to 17 degrees. With the headwind the route became so despite leaving the Rocky Mountains exhausting.

To get to the beautifully located campground in Bow Valley Provincial Park, we had to drive 10km off the Hwy 1A trail. Since the weather continued to deteriorate, we quickly made our dinner and went to the tent early.

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