Travel Blogs from Banff, Canada

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Sulphur Mountain Trek, Banff, Canada travel blog

Sulphur Mountain Trek

A travel blog entry by turnerwode

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... air. The sun was already up, and I wanted to get maximum time in the mountains. I walked down the road to the Banff Cave and Springs tourist attraction (the original springs in town, however they are now closed for swimming) it doesn't ...

Kootenay National Park:  Stanley Glacier Trail., Kootenay National Park, Canada travel blog

Kootenay National Park: Stanley Glacier Trail.

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... National Park is the trail to Stanley Glacier, situated in British Columbia near Alberta, close to Castle Junction in Banff National Park.  The trail provides a great half day hiking opportunity.  It's an 8.5 km round trip hike ...

Beauty Everywhere, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Beauty Everywhere

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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... to be in the park.  Diesel fuel in Canada was around $5.25 (US) per gallon!  I'll quit complaining about the costs in Canada now.  We had originally thought we would spend around a month in Canada, but decided 2 weeks was enough.  ...

Several Reasons Why Bikes Are Shit, Banff, Canada travel blog

Several Reasons Why Bikes Are Shit

A travel blog entry by doove

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... came into play so drove another couple of hundred kilometres to Yoho National Park where saw the second biggest waterfall in Canada after Niagra which was pretty sweet, before realising it was actually pretty late and heading back via some more ...

...and bears, oh my, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

...and bears, oh my

A travel blog entry by ldambrosio1

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Lake Louise is a 45 minute drive from Banff. Surrounded by jagged, craggy peaks and receding glaciers, Lake Louise glimmers with a green glow, like liquid emeralds. The trails winds around the area giving hikers and opportunity to experience the ...

Off to Canada, Banff, Canada travel blog

Off to Canada

A travel blog entry by reece_k

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From Pavones I headed down to Panama city for awhile before going to Canada. Stayed in an awsome place in Panama city called Lunes Castle, the place even had its own movie theatre, for the first couple of night I was in Panama city I was wondering why the ...

Day 6 Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Day 6 Banff

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... into town for the Rocky Mountain Round Up. We enjoyed authentic cuisine, local entertainment and western hospitality. The Fairmont Banff Springs (The Castle in the Rockies) was constructed by the General Manager of the Canadian Pacific Railway, ...

Many Mammal Moments Mashed Into Multiple Minutes, Banff, Canada travel blog

Many Mammal Moments Mashed Into Multiple Minutes

A travel blog entry by max1998

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... by the Canadian railroad about 100 years ago- we explored this a bit and it was nice, but not as special as the Banff hotel. Dinner was at the Mountain restaurant with a view of the glaciers around Lake Louise. We all ordered the burgers, which were ...

Putting the

Putting the "Work" in "Working Holiday"

A travel blog entry by jess1833

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... a floor with it. It's nice to meet people that are settled too, I've met people I will never ever forget in Eastern Canada but also will probably never be in contact with again due to travelling in different directions. So it's cool that I can go down to ...

It is a beautiful lake indeed, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

It is a beautiful lake indeed

A travel blog entry by kaybe

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Banff National Park, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff National Park

A travel blog entry by denisita

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This is what Villa Catedral in Bariloche would look like with proper planning and sufficient investment. Surrounded by the Rockies, the town is full of inns and hotels, cute shops and good restaurants. Everything has an Alpine flavor to it - the ...

First weekend and week 2, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

First weekend and week 2

A travel blog entry by bobasaurus

... the bus travelling through typical British Columbia mountain side with the view if castle mountain being a highlight. Once we got into Banff first stop was breakfast at a cool little cafe called mellisa's. The omlette was awesome and I later found out ...

The Rockies Rock! (Part 1), Banff, Canada travel blog

The Rockies Rock! (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

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... into you.  You do however, not need encouragement to fall in love with the Rockies.  The sheer beauty of this part of Canada is breathtaking and I loved every second of being there. On our first day of the tour we drove just out of Banff to ...

Banff and Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Banff and Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... 750 rooms!  Quite impressive!  After that we saw the Lake Louise Chateau and truthfully it is not as majestic as the Banff Springs, but beautiful none the less.  We will have lunch here tomorrow. We then went up to Morine Lake and got ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by ianfairnie

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We spent one night in Banff before continuing or drive to ...

I am in BANFF, Banff, Canada travel blog

I am in BANFF

A travel blog entry by jess1833

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... as horrible as you can expect but because expected it I was prepared and actually enjoyed it? It was so interesting to see how Canada varies province to province just from the highway. The praries really are as flat as I'd heard! Hours and hours of seeing ...

Banff ('Be aware, nothing for free'), Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff ('Be aware, nothing for free')

A travel blog entry by americantale

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That's not the case, we got loads of free stuff! Apparently it's a local phrase but we don't believe it for a second.   Banff is a resort town, you can imagine it's a picture postcard in the snow but it was just as beautiful in the sunshine with snow ...

Banff National Park:  Lake Minnewanka, Lake Minnewanka, Canada travel blog

Banff National Park: Lake Minnewanka

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... by Europeans in the 19th century.   Lake Minnewanka is located just a few kilometers east of Banff with easy access from the Trans-Canada Highway.  The approach to the lake, as you drive past Mt. Rundle and Cascade Mountain, ...

Beautiful Lakes, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Beautiful Lakes

A travel blog entry by twittg

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I figured I'd stay another night in the Lake Louise area since there was still a lot to see. In the morning I drove to Moraine Lake and was rewarded with some lovely views and reflections of the lake. From there I hiked to Consolation Lake. There are ...

The Rockies, Banff, Canada travel blog

The Rockies

A travel blog entry by lornastravels

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... the neck pain caused by the face plant while boarding last week and the intalke of sugar i had on the journey. Oh well I'm in Banff now so all's well. The Rockies are amazing to say the least. It's glorious sunshine and clear blue skies, which is wierd ...

Wilderness Hostels with Bears, oh my!!, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Wilderness Hostels with Bears, oh my!!

A travel blog entry by ejbandrmg

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... Sunwapta Falls - another waterfall, but still amazing, on the way to Rampart Creek, which is a Hostelling International Wilderness Hostel in Banff National Park. Yes that's right we were in the middle of the woods, with a very real danger of bears ...

Sights within Striking Distance of Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Sights within Striking Distance of Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys

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... but at a higher level. A short drive off the main road lays Emerald Lake.  It’s a beautiful and quiet little (for Canada) spot hidden in the mountains, still frozen at that time, which explains why there were very few people there.  Around ...

Still stuck in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Still stuck in Banff

A travel blog entry by daslink

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... in the marsh area and seemed to be curious, but watchful of me). The bike ride took me to many of the areas in Banff which I had not previously been to, which was informative as well as quite scenic and I saw a lot of different types of wildlife too ...

Road trip of Awesomeness, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Road trip of Awesomeness

A travel blog entry by melanietravels

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With a full gas tank, car, and sense of adventure, Brad and I left for Prince George through the mountains! ...

Sep 18, 2011, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Sep 18, 2011

A travel blog entry by becca_ind

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Sunshine, Banff, Canada travel blog

Sunshine

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily

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Friday 9th May Alison: We set off for Sunshine in our taxi in bright sunshine glinting off the trees covered in fresh snow from the day before - a good sign for the skiing ahead! When we arrived at the bottom of the gondola, our luggage was ...

Canada, this feels like a holiday, Banff, Canada travel blog

Canada, this feels like a holiday

A travel blog entry by turnerwode

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... hand side of the lane..... however i am getting used to it and don't wander in the lanes... much. We arrived around 7pm in Banff, checked into the B&B, very nice place with king sized bed and a spa (that we just found out doesn't work!) and ...

Whamff, Banff, thank you mamff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Whamff, Banff, thank you mamff

A travel blog entry by captnoindustry

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Well, we did it again.  This time it was a 2-lane road, and one in Canada, but it still led to a one-horse town.  Because we got a jump on today by passing up the small town and driving to Spokane, we got to our destination of beautiful downtown ...

Onto Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Onto Banff

A travel blog entry by christine.stone

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This morning we depart Jasper for Banff, the Elk had been through the town that night and had helped themselves to the flowers in the gardens at the Hotel.  We were told that the Elk like to come into the town as it's relatively safe from bears who ...

6eme jour ou Entre Lac Louise et Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

6eme jour ou Entre Lac Louise et Banff

A travel blog entry by cobelife

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... , nous gardons tous les chaussettes et les chaussures mouillées en cas d'une petite escapade neigeuse entre Lake Louise et Banff. C'est comme si nous l'avions pressentis ou ressentis... Mais là soudainement (vous ressentez le suspens?) des voitures ...

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