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How To Freeze Your Buns (See Left Side Of Photo) On Athabasca Glacier
11-JUL-2006 Jay Levin

How To Freeze Your Buns (See Left Side Of Photo) On Athabasca Glacier

Trust me. It was bitter cold up there!

The Athabasca Glacier is the most famous glacier in North America. As part of the Columbia Icefield, the Athabasca Glacier represents
one of six major glaciers that flow off of this enormous accumulation of ice. With easy access to the Icefields Parkway, on busy
days in the summer more than 6,000 will take a trip on Brewster Transportation's Snowcoach Tours. These
specially designed 6-wheel drive vehicles take you one mile out onto the ice where you
can disembark and stand on 1000 feet of solid ice.

Nikon D200 ,Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX
1/100s f/11.0 at 12.0mm iso100 full exif

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Guest 27-Apr-2008 03:20
i was there in May 07 with shorts on. Sun was shining & there was no wind & it was nice & warm. I wasn't wearing thongs (or flip flops) though, like the lady in the blue top.
Stacy Jon Peterson07-Apr-2007 06:33
I second Georgia's comments! Tourists...!!
Georgia Roessler29-Mar-2007 03:08
Too funny! I love the way these people are dressed. For a GLACIER??!
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