Liv and Chris
First of all, your presence at our wedding is the best gift we could receive! However, if you feel inclined to give further, we have registered for a few things we could use. Since we have most household items we need already, we'd really like to receive something that will provide us with a romantic and exhilarating honeymoon to begin our married adventures together. For our honeymoon, we plan to drive up to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada the week after the wedding to relax and have fun in a beautiful setting. The items below comprise our ideal itinerary, so feel free to find us something special you'd like to contribute to our experience. Take a look at our planned adventures below!Banff, Canada Improvement District No 9, Canada Bow Valley, Nebraska Princetown, United Kingdom Columbia Shuswap A, Canada
We'll need some fuel to get up to Banff and back. Thanks to our fuel efficient little Fiesta, this should be fairly cost-efficient and environmentally friendly!
We need a pass to get into the park for our stay. Since we'll be staying for a whole week, we'll get the annual pass instead of paying daily fees.
Now that we've rafted the Zambezi River in Zambia and Cold Creek in Colorado together, we think we should add the Kicking Horse River in Alberta, Canada to our repertoire.
A gondola ride to the top of Sanson's Peak overlooking the Bow Valley and the snow-capped mountain peaks of the park.
An all-day horseback riding tour in the beautiful mountains of Banff National Park.
After a day of hiking or horseback riding, we'll take a break to soak in the natural hot springs.
If you know us well, you know we love adventure and we've been known to fall off cliffs (with all the proper safety equipment in place of course). We think we ought to tone down the risk factor a b...
We'd love to rent a canoe or kayaks and spend some time paddling on these gorgeous bright blue glacial lakes.
As I'm sure you all know, we LOVE food! We'd like to have a couple of nice romantic dinners as well as food for the entire trip.