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  • We're on our way to the cave and basin, and it's only 150 m walk.

  • So this is perfect for us.

  • Way only need to walk, like, five minutes because we're really tired from hiking.

  • Um, last couple of days and this morning we woke up for sunrise again.

  • So, yeah, this is our last day, and we're ready for, like, a nice relaxing, you know, sightseeing place for our last stop before we head back into Calgary.

  • It's a little stinky, right?

  • Candy?

  • It's a little stinky, but I don't mind.

  • I mean, it's just like boiled eggs kind of, and you get used to it.

  • So But if you really, really hate that smell, maybe this is not the place for you in this offer.

  • Yeah, it's from this offer.

  • That's the cave.

  • Is that there's, like, one here.

  • And then there's another one that we go through inside the original.

  • It says that one's better.

  • Yeah.

  • Welcome.

  • Welcome.

  • Welcome.

  • No.

  • What?

  • What is this?

  • I guess that's what we'll see you down, Mr Bipolar.

  • Oh, smell it.

  • Hey.

  • Oh, in the hot.

  • Did you Did you feel it?

  • The warm Yeah.

  • Stop that.

  • E smelled it and then, like this wolf of like, warm air just came up and it felt kind of gross.

  • But I like this drawing right here.

  • This man in the hospital, I'm pretty sexy, man.

  • I know.

  • It's like, Was he really that hot thing guy?

  • Well, that's nice, mustache.

  • It's not the same man.

  • It's not.

  • No, I have a mustache.

  • Oh, his name is brother.

  • That's bad.

  • Eso one has a mustache and one doesn't.

  • In a frontier where plumbing is unknown, hot water can be liquid gold.

  • This scent of sulfur could be turned into the smell of money that the three men could gain legal rights to the springs.

  • Three hot men, three games legal rights to the spring because this land and fix existing categories.

  • Okay, I don't know why my accent is changing home disputes over right to the hot springs brought the federal government into the fray.

  • Of course, when money is involved.

  • Okay, so this cave in its hot springs still lie below.

  • This whole access is from the South Belvidere.

  • That's what I get from the next.

  • Oh, that's I have to go inside.

  • Eso We're up here right now.

  • We're looking down, but we can't see the water.

  • So we have to go through the building to actually see it.

  • But we won't see the half man in there.

  • No, baby, there's no hot man.

  • It's like so gross Thermal springs, extremely fragile, home to an endangered species of snail.

  • Do not disturb, Do not swim.

  • Although the water does look very inviting, I think anyone who would look at it would be like, Yeah, I want to swim.

  • That's so gross e would flow Or it does say, like a lot of hot springs used for skin ointments.

  • Mexican really did feel great after Chika real soul for hot hot springs.

  • It's no ordinary water, just just hot water filtered through ground coffee beans become coffee.

  • This stream has filtered through rocks deep in the earth to become more mineralized and slightly radioactive.

  • Hot springs water.

  • So if it's slightly radioactive, that mean it's not hot springs for human, I guess.

  • Does that mean that hot man over there that is the radioactive?

  • Yeah.

  • So says some level of reactivity is natural in our environment, so that means that man over there, that hot man's okay, he's gonna be fine.

  • Responded to see the hot man we're talking about.

  • So he's gonna see his reaction.

  • E.

  • Yeah.

  • He didn't say what?

  • He's looking at studying it.

  • What about his brother?

  • Got a mustache?

  • See, that's how I imagine the men back there looking right.

  • So he's a little bit different, right?

  • E think this is the guy without the mustache?

  • He's the only one.

  • Hey, does have a mustache, but three prospectors who tried to stake claim on these hot springs.

  • So what is that?

  • That's the hot man.

  • I'm Hotman.

  • The picture looks so different.

  • Actually, he was pretty chisel, though.

  • He looks short, he looks very sure, but his hands look like he's 80 years old.

  • Look slender.

  • So this is the birthplace?

  • Yeah.

  • Canada's national parks.

  • Yeah, that's pretty cool that this is the birthplace.

  • I'm glad we came here.

  • We learned something new.

  • Learn lots of new things here.

  • You know, the discovery trial you could take, but we're not gonna do that.

  • So we were just at the top of the cave where we were like looking down into the cave and the pull of hot spring water.

  • So now we're gonna go inside through the building toe.

  • Look at the actual cave in water.

  • You know that you're looking at you.

  • This entrance that says K this'll entrance right here.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • So I guess I have to pay Thio, Go see this way.

  • Thought it was free.

  • I thought it was free.

  • Is it free?

  • But I guess it's free on the outside, but not the inside our way.

  • Candy is handling the money for us.

  • I thought this is just the the cave in there.

  • Is that right?

  • For short of 50 See?

  • Yeah.

  • So it's not totally free.

  • You have to pay like, 3.

  • 50 fried mission.

  • Right?

  • But I think you close before, but we have a way back into the bathroom before we leave.

  • So e really good a cave entrance.

  • This Indian is freaking me out This picture.

  • So yeah, this space here, it's like really bothering me like high.

  • Why do that to this poor Indian man?

  • By paying him like that?

  • What says he's got a second now?

  • It is far so by This painting was created by artists Roland Rolling mud, rolling mud, Roland Roland Mud.

  • Wow.

  • What a name.

  • Yeah, pay in 2010 2011.

  • And so this shows you how the K formed when the spring water has reached the surface.

  • Carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide are released into the atmosphere.

  • The release of carbon dioxide allows minerals in the water different precipitate and war.

  • Mounds of porous rock called this in turn forum sulfuric acid, which Erol erodes the tufa.

  • The result is a cave within the tooth amount.

  • Did you get that?

  • Thank you.

  • That was That's not a difficult.

  • It was very difficult.

  • Is this The caves were out right now Are that little entrants were in?

  • Yeah, okay.

  • Based hospital Luzia.

  • That's over Mountain.

  • That's the mountain we were on top of from Afghan Dewa.

  • No, it's all time together.

  • Who are these?

  • Okay, who are these people?

  • Early visitors to the cave in 1908 So here we go into K.

  • Look at start experts such Okay, watch your head.

  • Okay, That's right.

  • Wow.

  • I mean, I think assemble the hospital I care about here.

  • It iss the magical cave no more.

  • That's what we were looking up from up there.

  • And then those guys threw a rope down and they were like climbing down.

  • Haney.

  • What is this hidden John?

  • Been a very good actually.

  • Did you guys think that's pretty cool?

  • I liked it.

  • I like it.

  • Yeah, it was very informational.

  • And the end result was like, Oh, this is a nice surprise.

  • Yes, I like all the pictures they should.

  • Then I'm like, Oh, I can imagine them.

  • Like finding down that road.

  • Yeah.

  • In fact, we would bear who What is that?

  • Sure that really Jasper Jasper National Park.

  • I only nice thio comeback Jasper and the other places because I e didn't wanna check out Icefields Parkway.

  • But just enough, enough time, No matter how many times Look up on a clear, dark, starry night I can't help but feel around by the law in the beauty of what surrounds us above very nicely.

  • But Brian Bray, you can see the bubbles from the hot spring.

  • Yeah, so you can see the sand where it's coming from.

  • E just noticed that you can see sand right down there with Wow.

  • I wonder how hot this water is.

  • Just as warm, mineral rich spring fed water.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Oh, okay.

  • So people used to bathe in it.

  • Oh, wow.

  • there must have been fun back then.

  • It was a Swiss style bathhouse.

  • It wasn't wow until 1955 says here for a while.

  • So it turned into a pool Mm due to high bacteria counts of Bassam basing polls were close to the bay there's and then they rebuilt it to the way it waas in 18 87 and 1985.

  • A nice ending to our bam week.

  • E liked it.

  • It was it's interesting to see, like how old?

  • They discovered it on how it got into the hands of Banff National Park.

  • Actually, the last part where the natural springs how it was a pool in the 19 fifties was kind of interesting to me.

  • But then they reverted back to the original, um, hot springs and you can't use it today, But I want to know the people who swam in that back in the 19 fifties.

  • If any of those people are alive today, they kind of interesting to hear their stories.

  • But that's what was interesting to me.

  • So what did you like about the a little tour?

  • I thought it was really cool.

  • Thio see the cave and active hot springs that nobody could actually use right now.

  • Can't even touch.

  • You can't even touch it.

  • Well, actually, there's that.

  • Wanna talk in the front where you can touch the e?

  • Why are you missing these things?

  • Because we're reading stuff and we're not really like it.

  • So I guess there is a section where you could touch the water.

  • We just missed it.

  • Yeah.

  • No, I thought it was, like, way more information than I thought it was gonna be.

  • I thought, you know, way would just be here for 30 minutes and then leave, but it was actually we stayed for about a full hour.

  • It's really interesting.

We're on our way to the cave and basin, and it's only 150 m walk.

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Exploring Cave and Basin in Banff - The Birthplace of Canada's National Parks

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