Johnston Canyon Resort
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- Free parking
- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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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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... hundreds by the bus loads. Just as well I'm tall and Asians are short!! Wouldn't pay 100 or $1000's for the privilege of staying here. Then end of a full happy snapping day we booked into Hi-Lake Louise Alpine centre, quite a nice hostel with restaurant, kitchen, lots of stairs, nice red wine, lots of laughs and chatter. PS they don't know how to make a ...
... 4.4 kms from start) and we met a young Aussie named Gareth from Armidale who was also studying the sign and trying to make a decision as to which way to go. I told him the Six Glaciers and Lake Agnes hikes combined were suppose to take about 6 hours so he decided to walk with us to the Plain of Six Glaciers Teahouse and give Lake Agnes a miss.
This meant another 1.4 kms so Daisy felt up to it and off we went. ...
... tip to top it all off. There is a spectacular pathway built around the lake on one side that allows you to walk along the waterfront and give you a really good feel for the place. Carla decided to give this walk a skip and retired to the Chateau for hot chocolate while I headed out with the camera and took as many shots of the place as I could. So despite the weather this turned out to be a really good day. So to celebrate this and other good things we headed out to a ...
... that we were walking up. That gave a fairly narrow shot for the folks coming both up and down to dodge the vehicles that were not parked exactly straight, and the intrepid hikers hauling themselves up the (STEEP) hill! WHEW! We finally made it to the top and discovered all the people that all of the big busses that passed us going up hill had disgorged at the top! Triple YIKES! We walked the paved path to the overlook of Lake Louise and I will have to say our trek ...
... and float.
Attack of the mossies part 3! My legs got raped and Blake who 'never' gets bitten was covered head to toe in them too. It was much nicer when we made it out to the river, the only problem was that the water was freezing cold to the point that that you didnt go numb, you were in pain. Blake and Ceri floated down the river for a while until we made it to the park in downtown.