Aspen Grove Bed & Breakfast

Address: Buckhorn Road, PO Box 250, Pincher Creek, Alberta, T0K 1W0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on Buckhorn Road, PO Box 250, Pincher Creek, is near Castle Mountain Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek

The (Sometimes) Great Outdoors

A travel blog entry by doove on Aug 05, 2013

167 photos

... it a bit ******. Or maybe I'm just being grumpy that it still cost $23 a night to put up a tent and sleep on the worlds shittest air bed! And there was no alcohol in town... So Day 3 and weather was now awesome. Went on a boat shuttle and did a hike to Crypt Lake which was amazing. Pretty much had everything you wanted from a walk - waterfalls, rope and rock climbs and an amazing lake at the top. I was also highly entertained when getting stuck behind a Chinese group ...

Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by tomdomlili on Dec 17, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... br> Recently, Liliane quite suddenly accepted to sleep in her crib at night. Our little girl is growing up! Though it was not without some sadness that the change brought about this realization, it has been nice to have more time for ourselves in the evening.
We leave you with a few pics from the past months and wish you once again, un “Joyeux Nol et une bonne anne “!
Tom, Dominique, Hanne & Liliane

Black Bears are Carnivorous

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Sep 10, 2012

142 photos

... Almost directly across from the harbor was the highlight of our outing. Several days earlier folks had seen two black bears fighting. The winner was now eating the other. We watched in awe as a huge black bear sat calmly eating his victim. By the time we returned at the end of our two-hour trip, little remained of the victim except a fur rug. And we always thought our NC black bears were herbivorous! ...

Some general observations

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 21, 2012


... say “Texas Fence”.

They have 94 octane gas here, almost always on its own pump. It’s pricey, but we are getting better mileage.

Tim Horton’s. They are everywhere. They are everything. Tim Horton was a Canadian hockey player who died in 1974. In 1964 he started a “fast – casual” coffee and doughnuts place. It’s now Canada’s largest fast food chain. It’s kind of like a Quiznos meets Krispy Kreme meets ...

Day 14 - Dodging raindrops

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 20, 2012

3 comments, 11 photos

... temps were dropping but the clouds were still quite a ways off so, we stopped to put on some warm gear and decided not to put on raingear. While stopped we talked about finding a place for lunch. We’ve been making our main meal be lunch, then snack on cheese and wine when we get to our lodging for the night.

Anyway, about 10-15 minutes later - again in the middle of nowhere- something appeared that we did ...