Winter Makes Appearance In Canadian Rockies

 

Winter Makes Appearance In Canadian Rockies

Summer’s Unofficial End Brings Snow To Canadian Rockies

While many of us stateside were celebrating Labor Day, the unofficial end to summer, our friends in the Canadian Rockies woke up to a bit of snow.

Banff Sunshine Village shared this series of photos on Facebook that are sure to get you ramped up and ready for winter.

Banff Sunshine Village is located on the Continental Divide of the Canadian Rockies within Banff National Park in Alberta and Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia. Banff Sunshine Village is one of three major ski resorts in Banff National Park. The other two resorts include Lake Louise and Mt. Norquay.

Banff Sunshine Village is one of three major resorts in Banff National Park, with the other two being Lake Louise and Mt. Norquay.

Snow In the Forecast for Colorado

Banff Sunshine Village won’t be the only ones posting photos of snow capped mountain peaks this week. In fact, Denver has gone from record heat to winter weather in a matter of days.

The city is experiencing at least a 60-degree drop in daily high temperatures from 101 degrees on Saturday, September 5th to a predicted 32 degrees by Tuesday.

Colorado’s higher elevations as well as areas on the Front Range may see significant snow accumulations by Tuesday afternoon.

An Internet Divided

We believe that there are two types of people on Labor Day. Us, and them. And we feel these two moods describe our Labor Day feelings perfectly.

Granted, you can be a bit of both, but we know where your true allegiance lies.

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