Big Horn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 329, Big Horn Street, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1A4, Canada | B&B
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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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        An evening at the Chateau

        A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 05, 2015

        139 photos

        ... some pure glacial water so this was the closest he could get after his let down on the icefield. The sun sank below the mountains as we rowed the canoe to the back end of the lake. It became almost instantly colder. I regretted not bringing my gloves with! We eventually made our way back down the lake to the dock. We didn’t see another canoe for quite a while but as we approached the dock we saw 4 other canoes out on the front end of the lake so ...

        Lake Moraine Sunrise

        A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 02, 2015

        133 photos

        ... times are. It is much later or earlier because you lose light much faster when it has an entire mountain to traverse. So we decided to hike the lake trail and wait it out. There was almost no one on the trail and it was beyond peaceful. Jym straggled behind or jumped ahead a lot so I was alone in the forest where it peeks out to view the shoreline. Lovely trail and beautiful splendor beyond words. The water color was there, even with no sunlight on ...

        Banff Springs

        A travel blog entry by mikehelen on Aug 25, 2015

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        Thick choking smoke again today. Such a pity, we can't even see the mountains. Mike played the famous Banff Springs course. Had some trouble seeing where his ball was landing. Good first nine, not so good second nine, but still played to his handicap. I had some down time, gym, leisurely breakfast, catch up with our paperwork etc. avoided the spa at $275 for a massage. Did a little retail therapy through the ...

        Athabasca Glacier

        A travel blog entry by garyandkath on Aug 23, 2015

        43 photos

        ... the Athabasca Glacier and went up to the glacier in a ice bus that is 7,000 feet above sea level. This area is only opened until September as when winter sets in there is no access.

        We then went to the Airwalk in the same area. This was very challenging to Dad as the see through glass floor, which was scary. If you look up to the mountains and not ...

        The Rocky Rail Ride - Day 2

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Aug 08, 2015

        10 photos

        ... because we passed quite a few stationary trains with the drivers standing by their engines stretching their legs.

        The desert scenery quickly began to change. The South Thompson River flats began to turn green, and shortly prosperous looking farms began to appear (very long and narrow farms) with various types of irrigation equipment. One house was very funny - it was small block with perhaps 6 arm sprinklers across ...