Written by Barkman Concrete Published on July 6th, 2016
Located approximately 45 minutes west of Canmore, along the Trans-Canada highway, you will find a small rest area where travelers can stop to take in all the sights and sounds that Banff National Park has to offer. At this particular rest area, you will find a unique layout of paths and information posts that wind through a series of small Rosetta Outcropping walls. The Rosetta wall was selected for this project because it was the most versatile, design flexible, structural and natural looking product that would blend well with the natural look of Banff National Park.
This project was completed in summer 2015 but thousands of travelers and tourists have already visited this rest area and walked across the pathways designed and supported by Rosetta Outcropping.