Big Horn Bed & Breakfast

329, Big Horn Street, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1A4, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Banff

Bye bye Jasper ... Hello Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by briggs


... raw and we cooked in them in a yummy beef broth. We struggled to get through this course. It tasted magnificent, but we were so full the waiter said we had the "fondue lean" exactly right. It's where you lean back and try to give your belly a bit more space.
The final course was chocolate of course. Choice of Dark or Toblerone flavoured chocolate to finish us off. A mix of fruit, cake and marshmallows. OMG. They need wheel barrows to take you back to your ...

Banff - Day 8

A travel blog entry by sampsonhatfield

... s included, love their TV - sport, hockey). We went out to the Pump and Tap after this to catch up with Rosie's house mate Sam for a beer. Rosie and I played some pool and we met some french speaking Canadians from Quebec. They were all very accommodating and good fun. We were also lucky enough to meet the "human" that was Sam's boyfriend.... boy wasn't he a real piece of work! Dreads down to his **** and shaved on both sides of the head, wearing ...

Walking (and driving!) in a winter wonderland

A travel blog entry by hanz712


... had frozen over so while there was water flowing down, parts were getting frozen as it was coming down – so pretty!

We then commenced our drive into the Rocky Mountains. I don't think anything could have prepared me for this. Having done no research at all (very unlike me), I was completely surprised by the amazing beauty of the Rocky Mountains.

There was so much snow - everywhere you look there is snow! When did a quick stop at Rogers Pass, and the ...


A travel blog entry by crofty43


It is Sunday here at Banff about 12 degrees nice and fresh but not too bad. As we have travelled the scenery is beautiful around every corner you have a post card picture to look at. We are having a lazy day today Darrel and I are about to go on a ride up to the top a mountain on a chair lift while the ladies go shopping so until next time keep ...

Banff, Alberta - Day 10

A travel blog entry by pjcost


... said that in this part of Canada, the snow is called champagne powder which is the best. Canadians are so civilized. We passed through the Connaught tunnel and has to wait a few minutes before entering while it was aired out with big fans. They want to get all the diesel fumes out. Left BC and entered into Albert when we crossed the Continental Divide. We left the Pacific time zone and entered the Mountain time zone. Taxes will be lower and streams will flow differently - to ...

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This B&B, located on 329, Big Horn Street, Banff, is near Columbia Icefield, Brewster Snocoach, Lake Maligne, and Brewster Adventures.
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