Johnston Canyon Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJohnston Canyon Resort Banff
Our cabin (#19) is small but nice. The bathroom is clean with a good shower. The cabin is next to the Johnston Canyon Falls, which has a steep falls that is pretty impressive. I don't like the fact that the TV doesn't work and the store offers really old VHS movies to rent. It would be nice to relax at night with a TV show or movie, but we're playing UNO instead.
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Long, long days up here in Alberta. We went to bed last night at 10 PM and it was still light out, somewhat. And this is the end of July. The days must be short in December.
The word for the day is GLACIERS. And we saw LOTS of them today. We left the hotel this morning at 8:35 and 50 degrees (which bottomed out at 46 and a 20 MPH wind.) We did see 58 at times, but not often. The weather was mostly overcast with some rain. We spent a good deal of time ...
... mountain peak after another, beautiful glacier after another, and gorgeous emerald green lake after another. I could try to put words to what we saw, but I will let the pictures try to describe what we saw today.
Wednesday, we got up a bit earlier than normal and jumped in our Jeeps and drove a couple of miles to the Lake Louise ski lodge and took the chairlift about three quarters the way up the mountain. This place is noted ...
Picked up this morning to be taken to the station. Very well organised buses that transported all 650 odd of us directly to our carriage. Someone coordinated the order of the buses so that there was no congestion. Obviously they've done this before. Beautiful scenery again. Just saw my first snow on a mountain today. It is green and lush and very different to the ...
... directions…. Several different languages spoken…. Concierge service desk had several people with name tags that reflected their own languages….. of course very nice… and very High End for the way that I travel…
I never understood getting on a tour bus and stopping at 15 stops and spending 15 minutes at each stop…. Of course I envy them… in that they allow those tour busses to the front of the line ...
... the journey you follow the Bow River and surrounding mountains, which dwarf be by far. We cross under and over a number of wildlife crossings, which allow the likes of Bears, Deer and Moose to cross the highway safely without the risk of being hit by a car or truck. As we made the final approach to Lake Louise and the famous Fairmont Chateau, it started to snow. Although only very lightly, it was snow just the same. ...