On Feb. 5, "The Bachelor" Sean Lowe and his gaggle of nine women headed for the Canadian Rockies in this single man's quest for lifelong love on reality TV. According to a YouTube video and as seen on the small screen on Tuesday, the show featuring the hunky Texan and his remaining hopefuls were lucky enough to play tourists in one of Alberta, Canada's most picturesque places.
This happened after a short stop in Montana on Monday's edition of "The Bachelor." And so, while still in North America, the crew took on another outstanding outpost on Tuesday, this one situated in one of three prairie provinces in the vast nation that exists north of the United States and sharing the same border.
Because this part of Canada was the scene of the most recent edition of "The Bachelor," Sean Lowe was in all his glory since he is confesses he's a man who loves the great outdoors. No doubt that was apparent as this Dallas boy enjoyed plenty of remote wilderness during his very special trip to the Canadian Rockies.
Indeed, while in Alberta, the group took a polar bear plunge in scenic Lake Louise, a very cold body of water at this time of the year but a stunning venue for such an extreme adventure. This extreme adventure happened after Sean and some of his women canoed to the spot where the freezing dip occurred during a group date. By the way, all participants were wearing their bathing suits, which was great as far as getting to see good looking bodies is concerned, but not so great as far as dealing with extreme temperatures is concerned.
Meanwhile, home during this Canadian Rockies adventure for "The Bachelor" and his current ladies was the ritzy Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. The luxury resort, located smack in the middle of Banff National Park, served as the perfect place for this television family to kick back and get pampered before and after taking part in many of the exciting activities this legendary Rocky Mountain resort has to offer.
That said, these adventuresome travelers representing reality TV sure did get around while in this special Alberta-based outpost. A couple of these discoveries took place during one-on-one dates that included the more rugged part of Banff National Park (where Desiree and Sean rappelled down a terrifying cliff from 400 feet above) and in Jasper National Park (which allowed Catherine and Sean to get up-close-and-personal with an extremely remote glacier).
All in all, and even while experiencing some drama innate to this kind of travel experience and with this kind of television reality show, "The Bachelor" Sean and his remaining tribe of possible life partners (which included resident villain, Tierra) definitely enjoyed their Alberta, Canada adventure to the max and then some.
As proof, Sean Lowe said he may be keen to return to the Canadian Rockies to wed, which is definitely a valuable statement given all the mind-boggling places this versatile man travels during his ultimate quest for true love.