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The route to the Bragg Creek region was quite different than expected....

The night in the hotel was very comfortable, but despite the open window too hot, because we were used to be practically always outside from the past almost two weeks and to spend the night in the cool tent. Having our own bathroom and the breakfast buffet still had its appeal though.

Finding the shopping center and the post office in Cochrane turned out to be more difficult than expected, because not all roads were built yet, which are marked on the city map.

The road from Cochrane to the Trans-Canada-Hwy was much busier than expected. Also after the turnoff the situation unfortunately did not get better, although this road was described to us as a popular bike route (but it already had many bikes).

From Bragg Creek we heard on the one hand that it was very hilly and that it had been partially leveled to the ground during the past storm. To us, however, the route seemed relatively flat and we saw that much of the storm damage had already been repaired, although clear traces were still visible a month later.

Arriving at the campsite (52 km instead of 32 km as planned) we learned that the running water had not yet been restored here and that there were no bear-proof storage containers available. We were able to solve the first problem with our supplies and for the second, our neighbors were helpful with their 10'000 lb camper trailer (they found a place for our supplies).

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