Thursday, 13 July 2017

Red Rock Coulee

It's so hot here in Medicine Hat today.  The
weatherman says it's 35 degrees Celcius and
feels like 37 degrees Celcius.  In the centre of
town where I live I'd say it's at least a few degrees
hotter than that.  Now, on with the snow!

A visit to Red Rock Coulee is always somewhat of an
other-worldly experience at any time of the year.
Here it is in winter with a fresh covering of snow.

My brother Robert and I visited here in the spring
of 2016.  You can see his blog post about our visit here:
http://skierbob.ca/2016/05/red-rock-coulee/

For more information about this natural area try this:
https://www.albertaparks.ca/parks/south/red-rock-coulee/

Photographed on February 26, 2017.

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve

Seven Persons, Alberta, natural area, wilderness, grassland, ecological reserve



4 comments:

  1. I have never been here in winter. I have made three prior visits here. It is an interesting place. I just might have to take a trip and see it after a light dusting of snow.

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  2. Beautiful photos!! I have yet to visit this place but love all the photos I have seen of it.

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    1. Thanks Jenn. It's well worth a visit if you're ever in the area.

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