Bed & Breakfast on Mountain Lane

104 Mountain Lane , Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0L 0C0, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Banff

Bye bye Jasper ... Hello Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by briggs

19

... and got covered in powder snow. Awesome fun. Winston and Zoe even went right off the end of the run and ended up down the hill in the trees.
Some of us were cold and wet and the Briggs family headed for the pool and hot tub for a relax while we waited for our room. The others headed back to their rooms for some quiet time.
The pool is about 20C, and the hot tub is about 40C. So you jump from the roasting hot, to the really cold...good for ...

Banff - Day 8

A travel blog entry by sampsonhatfield

... I get back home. Some planning to do. One thing that has really impressed me about Canada so far is the accessibility to WiFi. Everywhere seems to offer it complimentary. I think A. Winkler might be onto something with that idea he had. Rosie met me late in the evening at her house after she finished work and we books to go to 'The Keg' for a steak. We were both craving it. Not a bad result too. For a seemingly classy establishment, the ...

Walking (and driving!) in a winter wonderland

A travel blog entry by hanz712

8

Today we again got up before the crack of dawn and headed out to start our journey to Banff. The All Blacks had just started playing when we got up!

Our first stop was to some random little petting zoo to have a leg stretch. Not sure where this was, but had some cute animals – like cows!!

We then drove to another waterfall and which involved another hike! Which was fine, I just wish I had proper walking shoes not my sneakers L These waterfalls were amazing ...

Banff, Alberta - Day 10

A travel blog entry by pjcost

6

... is sense of smell and sensitivity to magnetic fields. Females makes Redd (nests) and dies right away. Males then fight to fertilize eggs cover them up then dies. They will fertilize one or possibly 2 nests. Out of 4000 eggs, scientists have determined that only 2 survive to continue the species. The mountains leading up to Glacier's Pass receive 68 ft of snow per year. Snow tunnels are built to allow avalanches to pass over the tracks. Snow has started in the passes. ...

Kamloops to Banff day two Rocky Mountaineer

A travel blog entry by dabradz

21

... needed to get anywhere.. At least they gave us a bit of food as we couldn't go anywhere at the time we came into town. The hotel was one of two and the floor room numbers were weird...some ploy at avoiding some building code or something. Lyn, Leigh and the two of us decided to have a couple of drinks before bed the atmosphere was pretty good in the bar beside the "music" of the poker ...

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This B&B, located on 104 Mountain Lane , Banff, is near Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Bow Falls, Johnston Canyon, and Banff Park Museum.
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