The family roots of Banff's off-the-grid backcountry...Travel Alberta
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Watch as Ginny revisits the lodge -- a National Historic Site of Canada -- and tells the story of her family, including her aunt and uncle Peter and Catharine Whyte, the famous artists who now have a museum named for them. Ginny’s family heritage helped install a passion in her for sharing what she loves about one of the world’s most beautiful places. Also, she’s a crazy talented skier, and you can see her carve some turns in the backcountry amid some jaw-dropping scenery.
Skoki Lodge: https://www.skoki.com/
See more of Alberta’s cozy cabins and lodges: https://www.travelalberta.com/ca/things-to-do/attractions-entertainment/unique-stays/
Skiing in Alberta: https://www.travelalberta.com/ca/things-to-do/winter-outdoor-activities/skiing-snowboarding/
Historical footage from the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
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