Rocky Ledges B&B

Address: 5240 Amundsen Rd, Kaslo, British Columbia, V0G 1M0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on 5240 Amundsen Rd, Kaslo.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaslo

    Days 41 to 44 - Grizzly Bear Ranch, BC

    A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Sep 19, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... salmon but unfortunately the salmon run was much later this year than normal and therefore not all the bears had come down from the mountains yet. The salmon here are very different to Campbell River, much much smaller and bright red. We also saw lots of bald eagles, so much so that the Welsh couple joked Julius should rename it Bald Eagle Ranch since we didn't see many bears. On the final day we did our last early morning drive and then got ...

    Day 40 - Kaslo - Back to driving

    A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Sep 15, 2013

    2 photos

    ... British Columbia. Canada is massive! Also discovered that the Canadians drive as slowly as the Americans. We have a night in a hotel before we get picked up tomorrow morning and taken to Grizzly Bear Ranch for 3 nights. The hotel was already included as part of the package and we didn't know what to expect but it's gorgeous and ...

    Day 31 - 35, Our trip is nearly over BOO HOO!!

    A travel blog entry by todd_and_bec on Sep 20, 2012

    12 photos

    ... to have a bit of a sleep in!! On Friday morning we the set off for the big city, Vancouver, once again. It's funny how your perceptions change depending on the experiences you have. When we first arrived in Vancouver, as you would imagine, we were beside ourselves with excitement and everything was amazing. Coming back from the "wilderness", what stood out was the noise, the pollution, the congestion and well just the sheer amount of people everywhere. On ...

    Day 27 - 30, The Grizzly Bear Ranch, Kaslo

    A travel blog entry by todd_and_bec on Sep 16, 2012

    22 photos

    ... interest as well as study both theoretical and observational. Well, we both learned a lot....much of what we thought we knew was incorrect and we found that as Julius said people tend to transfer human personality traits on to bears which is why people can get hurt. It was his opine that Canadians who have for generations hunted Grizzlies as sport and trophies, misread Grizzly behavior and exacerbate bear myths by telling their skewed stories amongst their ilk, thereby feeling ...

    Ainsworth Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by wombats2 on Aug 27, 2012

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... area. This hot spring goes back into the mountain via a cave and you walk through the cave it is so hot you find it hard to breathe. They have a freezing cold plunge pool then the warmer pool then the incredibly hot cave spring.

    In the pool we met two couples from Brisbane and sat chatting about our travels. We left the hot spring and went to the resort restaurant for dinner. Fantastic food ...