Yay! We did it! We walked to the top of Sulphur Mountain in the Canadian Rockies. To get to the top we weaved and wound our way up, climbing 698m (2,292 ft) to an elevation of 2,281m (7,486 ft); to get down we took the cable car! That's the town of Banff you can see at the bottom. The cable car company was very sneaky. We planned to ride up and walk down but they only sell single tickets at the top. 'It's easier to walk up than it is to walk down,' the ticket seller said.
Two hours later as I reached the top wanting nothing more than an oxygen mask, intravenous tea and a lie-down, the names I was calling the ticket seller don't bear repeating.
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