Travel Blogs from Field, Canada

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Yoho-Nationalpark: Hi-Wilderness-Hostal, yoho, Canada travel blog

Yoho-Nationalpark: Hi-Wilderness-Hostal

A travel blog entry by dovi

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... -info-stell go fröge,wo das wilderness-hostal isch, wo mir buecht händ. i dem park gits nur eis ganz chlises dörfli namens 'field' vo det us isch es na es stuck bergwärts gsi, entlang amne fluss durch en wunderschöne creek. am ende vo dere strass ...

Yoho National Park:  Emerald Lake, Field, Canada travel blog

Yoho National Park: Emerald Lake

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... . The Burgess Shale Formation offers among the largest density and variety of the finest marine fossils anywhere (and as such Parks Canada has placed the region "off limits" to casual tourists to preserve its integrity). You can easily see this location ...

Horse muck and prairie dogs!, Yoho National Park of Canada, Canada travel blog

Horse muck and prairie dogs!

A travel blog entry by katie_garnham

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... camping having had 7 nights in cabins, lodge and a hostel.... and whilst everyone says how lovely this place is... all I see is a field with horse muck, holes in the ground and prairie dogs popping their little heads out.... Well I guess it can only get ...

Our favorite: Yoho National Park, Yoho National Park, Canada travel blog

Our favorite: Yoho National Park

A travel blog entry by jkirby

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Day 20 From Glacier we drove a couple more hours down the Trans-Canada Highway to Yoho National Park. Upon arrival we rolled up to the fee booth at the first campground and inquired about camping possibilities. The ranger asked, "What kind of people are ...

Twin Falls and Whaleback Circuit, Twin Falls, Yoho National Park, Canada travel blog

Twin Falls and Whaleback Circuit

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... " -- is the tallest of a number of memorable waterfalls you'll find when exploring Yoho Valley.  It is one of Canada's highest waterfalls.  I generally like to hike alone or with a small group of friends as I enjoy stopping for moments at a ...

Swiss / German reunion, Mosquito Creek, Canada travel blog

Swiss / German reunion

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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Driving down highway 93 from Japser to Banff we ran into Isabelle and Francesco from Switzerland. They are doing the same tour and their VW Camper was on the same vessel when we shipped it to Halifax. They crossed the continent in Kanada while we did it ...

Arrived in Field, Field, Canada travel blog

Arrived in Field

A travel blog entry by sywert

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Arrived in Field, 150 inh, very nice village, with friendly folks. Cross country skiing today! Will stay here for another day, might go look for wolves tomorrow and ...

The Iceline, Field, Canada travel blog

The Iceline

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... near Field and drove up the narrow and tight switchback up to the base of Takakkaw Falls which is the second highest in Canada. After a short pitstop, we hiked 3.9 kms along the Yoho River to Laughing Falls past the Angels Staircase Falls. It was pretty ...

White Water and Emerald Lake, Field, Canada travel blog

White Water and Emerald Lake

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... at Field in Yoho National Park at the local restaurant. The next stop was supposed to be Takakkaw Falls (one of the highest in Canada), but unfortunately one of the big RVs had got stuck on the tight switchbacks and the road was blocked. I let Kylie drive ...

Oh, Canada, Yoho, Canada travel blog

Oh, Canada

A travel blog entry by rachelandmike

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On our first evening in Canada we reached one of my favourite named places of the trip – 'Radium Hot Springs'! A little bit of a geeky physics snigger there, perhaps, but if they’re managing to sell that as a tourist destination then ...

Walkin' the (Ice-)Line, Field, Canada travel blog

Walkin' the (Ice-)Line

A travel blog entry by iriemaan

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Moraine lake en Yoho, Field, Canada travel blog

Moraine lake en Yoho

A travel blog entry by tienmadeliefjes

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Vandaag regent het als we wakker worden. Het is een vreemde nacht geweest. Het heeft af en toe enorm gewaaid en dan was het weer een tijd lang stil. Het was ook in tegenstelling tot de andere nachten ineens erg warm. De regen helpt niet bij het ...

Hiking with bears, Field, Canada travel blog

Hiking with bears

A travel blog entry by christine1205

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Today we went back to Lake Moraine to do a day hike to the Sentinel Pass. As now we were a group of 4 we were "allowed" to pass the sign that warned us on grizly bears. Generally, it was recommended to speak loud and make noise while walking along the ...

12K Hike, Switchbacks & Tunnels, Field, Canada travel blog

12K Hike, Switchbacks & Tunnels

A travel blog entry by joeandmaryann

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Today we went on, what turned out to be, a beautiful hike to Johnston Canyon.  Now obviously anything that carries the Johnston name will be amazing so we decided to make it a stop in our journey. We were all packed up from our campsite and had our ...

Banff, AB to Kicking Horse Campground, BC, Kicking Horse Campground , Canada travel blog

Banff, AB to Kicking Horse Campground, BC

A travel blog entry by mattmeetsworld

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We weren't all that interested in hanging around our hostel more than necessary, so we headed out pretty early. Dropping our bags off at the front desk, we walked through Banff, enjoying the fresh area and incredible sights. Lee and David had recommended ...

Back into British Columbia, Field, Canada travel blog

Back into British Columbia

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... a campsite for the night. On arrival we found that the site was un-manned, so we had to drive 1.5km to the next village (Field Visitor Centre) to pay our park fee, (we were going to prebook our campsite for tomorrow night in Banff, but changed our mind ...

Grizzly country, part 2..., Field, Canada travel blog

Grizzly country, part 2...

A travel blog entry by murrayrudd

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... of town in the afternoon somewhat undecided as to where to head to. I hadn't spend time in Yoho Park, so decided to head to Field and see what the weather forecast was and what hiking options were. Saw a good size grizzly near the BC border - glad I did ...

Walking on a Glacier - Yeaha!, Field, Canada travel blog

Walking on a Glacier - Yeaha!

A travel blog entry by christine1205

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... the train had already left the tunnel driving down, the back is still entering the entrance on the other side. Along the way, just before Field: "THERE! STOP!" There he is - a bear! We already gave up the hope to see one and there he is: walking along ...

Lake O'Hara, Lake O'Hara, Canada travel blog

Lake O'Hara

A travel blog entry by jess_stewart

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... .  We got about 2kms down the road and it was starting to get cold and the sun was disappearing behind the mountains when a Parks Canada truck pulled up and the driver asked if we'd like a lift.  Naturally we said yes, and as there was no room ...

Day 4, Field, Canada travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by twatt

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... on our way by 6, quick stop to get brekkie at Timmies. It's a pleasant 14 degrees with no wind! just glorious. 6.40 - Through Canada's Houseboat capital, Sicamous 7.40 and a quick stop at the pretty little town of Revelstoke. 9.30 and a pit stop for a ...

Yoho and Banff National Park, Yoho National Park, Canada travel blog

Yoho and Banff National Park

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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Today we did our first road trip in quite a while.  The weather was overcast but the rain held until we were on our way home.  We found some new treasures to visit.  It's great when you travel with people who know the area.  Fred has ...

The Burgess Shale, Field, Canada travel blog

The Burgess Shale

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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... a terrific view down to the beautiful glacial lake aptly named Emerald Lake and across the valley to Emerald Glacier, Michaels Peak, Mt Field, Mt Stephens and others. When we were there, the peaks drifted in and out of cloud, the lake was almost hidden ...

Banff to Field, Field, Canada travel blog

Banff to Field

A travel blog entry by canada_vegas_10

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We made our way from Banff to our luxury cabin night at Cathedral Lodge & stopped at a few beautiful places along the way.  Piccies below. Sorry it's so brief but we're in a cafe/launderette in Jasper & on a time limit!  Anyhoo, the ...

Kicking Horse Monarch Campground, Field, Canada travel blog

Kicking Horse Monarch Campground

A travel blog entry by klbrown

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Drove to Yoho National Park in Field, BC & camped at the national park Monarch Campground. This was the only one open at this time of year & it was dry camping - no services. The scenery was spectacular but there was constant highway noise and ...

Weihnachten mal anders, Field, Canada travel blog

Weihnachten mal anders

A travel blog entry by jgoestocanada

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... und alle möglichen Altersstufen sind vertreten. Die nächsten 3 Tage habe ich frei und starte mit einem Erkundungslauf durch Field. Beim Besucherzentrum hole ich mir eine Karte und stelle fest, dass man ohne Schneeschuhe oder Langläufer hier nicht sehr ...

Emerald Lake and Takkakaw Falls, Emerald Lake Bc, Canada travel blog

Emerald Lake and Takkakaw Falls

A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace

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... mean "Manificent" in Cree language. It is a short walk to the falls, which is the second tallest waterfall in Western Canada. This waterfall is unique because at one point the water has to bounce off a huge boulder or something because it protrudes out ...

Yoho National Park, Wapta Falls, Emerald Lake, Field, Canada travel blog

Yoho National Park, Wapta Falls, Emerald Lake

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

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Had our breakfast at the same spot we slept before heading into town to a laundromat to do all our washing. It was conveniently attached to a small shop which had petrol as well and across from that was Sobeys Supermarket. We got a few supplies and put ...

Magical Alpine Hike, Yoho National Park of Canada, Canada travel blog

Magical Alpine Hike

A travel blog entry by mfrap

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Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, Yoho, Canada travel blog

Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks

A travel blog entry by hathor

... . I t was our first time eating buffalo. I had bear and deer, but never buffalo. Good. Then we went down on Trans Canada heading to Golden. Wanted to go all around through Golden and Radium Hot Springs and Kootenay Provincial Park back to Banff. We ...

The Iceline, Field, Canada travel blog

The Iceline

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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With Nancy's dad visiting for a week we thought that we should show him the Rockies. September is certainly late in the season, but it is also a great time to hike because no one else is doing it and the bugs have all died (from cold, there is a message ...

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