Corner Mountain Inn and Wellness Center

Address: 5006 Highway #6, Pincher Creek, Alberta, T0K 1W0, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 5006 Highway #6, Pincher Creek, is near Castle Mountain Ski Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek

    Family Memories of 2014

    A travel blog entry by tomdomlili on Dec 24, 2014

    32 photos

    ... that as a result, she could
    now be hired for her experience (and cuteness). While in Banff, we
    enjoyed camping in the park and spent a lovely day with Karen, Tom's
    sister, who came to visit us from Didsbury. One of the best memories
    shared with Karen and Bruce, Stephen, Beth and Wyatt this year was to
    witness Ian Miller win the Master's Tournament at Spruce Meadows. As
    the greatest, all-time Olympian, our 67 year old Canadian equestrian
    hero, won ...

    Canada Strikes Back

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 21, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... in and working then pushed on into the BC interior. It was freezing when we left and didn't climb much above zero all day but, despite this, we were cosy enough wrapped up like the Michelin Man and plugged into the Elephant. We met other riders along the way who were suffering without good riding gear (it doesn't look fashionable on a Harley don't you know) and felt with some satisfaction that our ******** experience was paying off.

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    How to make a Nanaimo Bar

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 14, 2014

    35 photos

    ... benefit of having Elephant securely strapped down on the vehicle deck. To our delight, bikes were loaded near the ramp and were first off at a weary 11:00PM. By midnight we had found shelter in a cheap motel near the centre of town and climbed into a warm bed. The Inside Passage had been a long, tiring but mostly rewarding day.

    We stayed on in Prince Rupert for a while and explored this interesting little town in a lot more ...

    GNP, Day 4: Oh, Canada!

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 12, 2013

    9 photos

    ... morning, at which point I’ll be going southwest to Missoula, Montana, which is a convenient location to hit a few more L&C points of interest. I’m hoping by tomorrow morning my calves will agree to one last hike.

    Some random thoughts on campgrounds. I have seen some very curious signs in campground rest rooms. My two favorite so far: 1) Pets not allowed in the showers, and 2) Do not apply hair coloring in showers. (You ...

    Glacier National Park on Crack (supposedly)

    A travel blog entry by ascotiagirl on Jul 01, 2013

    ... ambulance was converted into an RV by adding a sink and was acquired for only $3500. Cool deal! Leon was very impressed!

    Once arriving back to the campsite after hiking up to Crypt lake, we made one of our most hobo meals yet: grilled cheese with scrambled eggs on a borrowed stove. We had our own but for the first time on the trip we started it up with kerosene. Turns out kerosene requires an extensive pre-heat where a soccer ball sized flame encasing the entire stove ...