"The Tea Hee Party"
The Art of Jim Robertson and Friends
May 17 thru to June 1
Tea and Crumpets - Meet the Artists
May 18 from 12 to 3
By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay
Regular users of the Stanley Glacier Trail are in for a bit of a surprise this year. Blow-down from wild weather this spring has leveled much of the dead, standing pine forest, creating a more open environment with plenty of sun and views along the upper Vermilion Valley. Luckily for visitors, Kootenay National Park’s trail crews did a fantastic job of clearing the deadfall from the trail!
Trail all cleared and open views after the blow down – Photos by Alan Dibb
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