Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDutch Lake Resort & RV Park Clearwater
Wunderschön am Dutchlake gelegen, bei fast 30 Grad einfach traumhaft.
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We didn't really know what to expect of this little town. We couldn't find out much information before we arrived and only knew that our cabin was some distance out of town. A visit to the Visitors' Centre gave us the impression that the area was most recognised for its waterfalls. Well, that's exactly right! Our cabin was in the middle of the forest and all we could hear was the stream running at the edge of the property and the ...
We headed to Clearwater Provincial Park early in the morning. Our first stop was at a small coffee shop for some large and much needed coffees & a gluten free treat to share. There were a few things we needed to pick up (camera SD card, fruit, Lenny treats, some chicken...) so we decided to stop in Kelowna at the Wal-Mart there. Because it was extremely hot out Rob sent me in with his credit card with the instructions to "not buy a ...
... hats. My boots had fire patterns on it and they felt like posh lady shoes cos they had heels.
Then it was time to get on our horses. Everybody's horse had a different name. Mine was Dulcie, Lenny's was Tiki, Dylan's was. Frosty, Mummy's was Bonny and daddy's was Feline. The track we followed was very narrow and bumpy but we passed by beautiful bits of nature. We went along by the river and when we got there mummy was amazed by the beauty of it. I said it was ...
... and we found an interesting waterfall. not too far a walk from the parking..
The water appears to issue from the cliff itself, fall into a basin and then fall again into the valley below.
Then it was time to check into the Motel..
Watched TV for the first time since we left OZ..
The adds are all the same....
... stony, pit toilets were common, and a shower a luxury.
The next day we drove up to Wells Gray National Park which is known for its waterfalls. Almost immediately after leaving Whistler we took a wrong turn, only realising when the road we were on suddenly ended in a shanty town. We asked a guy (who may or may not have had teeth) and he couldn't find where we were on the map and just said go back. When we found the right road, it was ...