We find ourselves in the wilderness of Bowron Lake Provincial Park to paddle the famous 116 kilometer Canoe Circuit. Encompassing ten lakes, numerous waterways and nine portages it sounds like a perfect adventure for us. No services for the next seven days, just nature, primitive campsites and a few shelters. Let the fun begin!
When leaving Jasper the rain follows us into the valley for our (for now) last continental divide crossing. Back in 2010 we've cycled this route too, but instead of cycling South towards Valemount we head further North to Prince George. Crossing the Fraser River we spot a couple of large Chinook Salmons, they have come a long way (almost 1400 kilometers) to reach this place, as did we (almost 29.000km!).
Many times people ask us what our favorite memory of this whole trip is (we're still on the road!), what was the best place, or what did we like most? There's no simple answer to that question. Memories of all the people we've met, all the places we've visited, all the amazing campsites etc. are going around and around in my head and I'm sure things will settle down in my brain someday. To help myself with the chaos in my head and to inspire other cyclists, we've decided to write up a few great memories of each country we've cycled through so far. A few reasons to visit each of these countries to inspire you! Keep reading to find out what we love about Argentina!