hi all, as some of you may know we completed our first trip to the states last year with our son and fiance.we visited the southwest u.s.a including yosemite/zion/bryce/g.canyon and so on and loved it.
now my son and his wife to be want to return for there honeymoon,but possibly explore another area of natural outstanding beauty,canada and banff/jasper are good possibilitys[somewhere i've also wanted to go].
it will be a 2 week visit and at the end of sept beginning of october and this is a possible route.
calgary>banff>lake louise>jasper>kamloops>revelstoke>glacier>then either through yoho or down to radium hot springs and then back to banff via kootenay and onto calgary for the flight home.
any comments or help will be much appreciated.
1]at this time of year is there a high possibility of closures,adverse weather conditions that would affect the main route.
2] other than cold what sort of weather is to be expected,is it a wet month or dry and crispy typically[or other]
3]are the roads fairly well maintained and easy to drive.
4]any other info on this area,places to visit/must see's etc please let me know.also is there any snow boarding done this time of year[that ones for the boy,not sure what his fiance will think,lol!]
i guess a little bit of re assurance that it won't dissapoint after our other visit would be handy as well, thanks.