Delphine Lodge

Address: Main St., Invermere, British Columbia, V0A 1K0, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Invermere

Yoho National Park in the rain!

A travel blog entry by kerridav1 on Aug 08, 2014

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... seems to enhance the colour of the lake. The rain returns before we are able to complete our circuit but doesn't stop us. The relative peacefulness of our walk is over as we return to bus loads of Japanese tourists running from their bus for the obligatory snapshot. Takakkaw falls is the next stop and the rain has set in as ...

Wildlife Spotting, Lussier Hot Springs, Invermere

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 21, 2013

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... around long and kept there distance. We drove up the road to do a U-turn when we saw 5 big horned sheep sitting on the edge of the cliff in the sun staring at us. They looked wicked with there massive 28kg worth of horns on the heads. We got to the information center and got a really helpful young lady who gave us some helpful advise on what way we should drive and what was good for scenery and wildlife. We went outside and sat ...

Crazy stuff can happen (in Canada)

A travel blog entry by ca-usa-roadtrip on Oct 16, 2012


Yesterday was my Birthday :-)

I really enjoyed it and I was happy to be home again after our trip from Banff over Lake Louise to Invermere.

Lake Louise was as Banff rainy and cold. Other than that we had a nice drive home over Golden with a lot of sunshines and the typical canadian animals - Cows!

Alex, Marco, my Bro and I went out for dinner on my Birthday at Rocky River Gill. We ordered out food and even got a real ...

Travelling through Yoho

A travel blog entry by cjduley on Sep 05, 2012

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... it. The water from here fed into one of the rivers we had passed earlier. We also passed closer to the circular tunnels at a lower level. We had viewed these from the height of the main road earlier, but they were in the distance. On our return we had to descend the switchback and only then appreciated the steepness and vehicles had to have several shunts to get around the acute bends.

We next headed off to our next destination Banff.



A travel blog entry by amandanz888 on Mar 28, 2012

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... hugest mountain by far! When driving up the road you come to a chairlift which is 10km away from the actual village. Then you catch the gondola up to the chairlifts and theres like a million chair lifts as well, very confusing! even the park had its own chairlift! Did my first box in the park, very scary... probably wont ever happen again, but did it! Taught Amanda how to do 180's n now she's more pro than me... The trees looked crazy as, i think ...

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