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September 11th 2010
Published: September 22nd 2010
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DRUMHELLER

Drumheller Valley is in the heart of the Alberta Badlands and is stunning natural scenery formed by erosion. It is also an area where tens of thousands of dinosaur bones have been discovered and is home to the fantastic Royal Tyrrell Museum.

We spent almost a whole day at the Royal Tyrrell Museum as in addition to the very fine models of dinosaus it is a serious paleontology authority.

We also enjoyed a day cruising around the Drumheller Valley visiting the famous Hoo Doos (rock formations), the Last Chance Saloon in Wayne which is reached by crossing 11 bridges in 4 miles and generally admiring the interesting scenery.

We camped at Drumheller and awoke after a chilly last night there to find the tent frozen solid and the bikes covered in frost too!!


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in the Royal Tyrrell Museaum
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at the Royal Tyrrell Museum
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in Drumheller Valley
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