Delphine Lodge

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

The Best National Park we have visited

A travel blog entry by allieandjohn on Sep 10, 2015

5 photos

This by far has been our favourite national park, the scenary is stunning and every drive a delight as you go through tree and mountain lined roads.

Our first stop was at the Wapta Falls, which is a lovely meander through the forest to a massive waterfall which is pushing tons of water over a huge expanse of a river into a valley. The result is stunning aqua water turning white and rushing over the falls before ...

Whitefish, MT - Invermere, BC - Across the Border

A travel blog entry by howardbad on Jul 01, 2015

2 comments, 29 photos

... travel to get to the Canadian border. Traveling in the valley just west of the Rocky Mountains makes for a pretty ride.

Interesting people (as usual wherever we go) at the border Duty Free shop. One thing about motorcycling is people ...

Just the two of us again

A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Jun 08, 2015

24 photos

... point and we were in with another 5 people. They were all really good fun and so was the rafting I just loved it as it had all the excitement of the Zambezi without the fear factor of thinking you are going to die any second. I would definitely recommend it although I didn't fancy falling in as the water was only 4*. All the young ones on our boat jumped in at one point Nick and I declined this extra little swim. We stopped mid way and had a lovely BBQ cooked for ...

Wildlife Spotting, Lussier Hot Springs, Invermere

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 21, 2013

12 photos

... We followed it and that's when we saw the Baby bear following after its Mum. We tracked them for a good 20 minutes because we could still hear them in the bushes but we didn't get to see them again. We finally got to have a swim but it was pretty over crowded. We didn't have to pay for the pools as they were made for the public and were natural Hot Springs feed by the mountains. It was a really pretty area and it would be ...

Emerald lakes and wagons

A travel blog entry by shiverglass on Jun 16, 2012

6 photos

... cos of the snow. And it's really cold today. So off we go to the little cafe thing on the lake and had a hot chocolate and a chocolate hazelnut soufflé and ice cream and berries. Yuuummmmm. I did walk it off with a wander around the lake and a hike up one of the mountain sides. Was convinced there was something following us as we kept hearing noises! So we sang.... Was a nice ...

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