Aspen Grove Bed & Breakfast

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

... one of the guys to have the lowest voice for a Chinese guy ever. Could have overtaken them but the comedy was TOO good! That took up most of the day, but taking advice from Victor, sneaked into the hotel facility for free, used their private pool, had a sauna, followed by a steam bath before quietly departing through the back door ;) Once back at the campsite, time to work out what to do for food. Spotted a huge group of Chinese people and conveniently befriended them just ...

Grizzlies abound!

A travel blog entry by steppingout on Aug 30, 2012

3 comments, 11 photos

So after leaving the Badlands we head south to a National Park that arguably has to be the most spectacular place in the Canadian Rockies. Waterton Lakes includes old-growth forest, wind-swept prairies, ancient glaciers and deep, cold lakes. Bison, elk, mule deer, wolves, black bear, grizzly and mountain lions all co-exist in this park, which also shares a common goal of preservation with their cousins to the south, in Glacier National Park in Montana, ...

So long! So soon!

A travel blog entry by tomdomlili on Aug 26, 2012

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Thursday, August 23

Dear friends and family,

If June flew by, then July (and now almost all of August) were gone in a flash. Three weeks
of that time were well spent by choice, both entertaining and being entertained by our dear niece Tristian. Since the age of 5, Tristian travels from Toronto to spend a few precious weeks with us each summer. Every year, we ...

Day 16 – Going to the Sun

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 22, 2012

102 photos

... into the US. We saw several signs indicating that the crossing had limited hours. At the crossing we asked the border guard what happens after hours? He said "We turn the bears loose". Ummm… okay.

Once in the great state of Montana we found two things that we hadn’t seen in years. Speed limit signs that say “70” and “75”. We also saw bikers (not motorcyclists… there is a difference) ...

Some general observations

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 21, 2012


... two dollar coins are called Two-nies”) and when you return the cart, as you shove in into the queue of carts, your Loonie pops out. This was explained to us as a way to get people to return their carts to the store instead of leaving them strewn about the parking lot.

Another highway sign we see periodically is “Important Intersection Ahead”. These are setup just before major highway interchanges, which sometimes means the road widens to allow a left turn ...