Holiday Lodge Bed & Breakfast & Cabins

311 Marten Street, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1B3 , Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 311 Marten Street, Banff, is near Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Bow Falls, Banff Upper Hot Springs, and Banff Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Banff

Icefields Parkway part 2, and down to Banff

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... platform, which was considerably higher at 103 floors above street level. However, we’d bought an all-inclusive ticket that admits us to the two Athabasca trips and two more in Banff, so it was well worth doing nevertheless.

It was lunchtime by the time we were finished and we were getting a bit peckish. The Icefields visitor centre car park was not an auspicious place for lunch, especially after our breakfast venue, so we felt the ...

Canoeing at Morraine Lake

A travel blog entry by hamca on Jul 12, 2014

39 photos

... and we paddled around for an hour going to the far side of the lake where you could still look up at the top of the mountains and see huge areas of snow. Crazy to be in the late 20's on the lake and look up to the snow! There was a run off into the lake causing a small steam/waterfall as well, you often see these where the water runs off the about mountain springs!
The water in the lake was pretty cold....I don't think you could have ...

The "Other" Rocky Mountains

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 10, 2014

9 photos

... of the day led us to the famous Johnston Canyon where we hiked just under two miles on a walkway built into the canyon to two waterfalls. Dangling trees and mossy ledges filled this cool, damp limestone carved canyon. In places, the walkway held us just above the rushing water below. At the lower falls, we crouched low and shuffled through a cave to stand in the bowl at the fall's bottom. The powerful waterfall spit a cool mist on us until ...


A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 04, 2014

27 photos

... Crazy! We had a good chat and he was off to visit family for three weeks, so at least the journey was worth it! Arriving back very tired, we then needed to get the train to downtown then the bus. The transit system in Calgary isn't great either, especially when you're tired and need your bed!! We got back to the house around midnight and straight to bed we went!

The day had been amazing and we were tempted to visit the mountains again on one of our other days left in Calgary!!


On the road from Lake Louise to Banff

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 24, 2014

... meet. Overlooking us is the majestic Cathedral Mountain with a huge hanging glacier glistening in the sunlight. Driving along we see small red flowers at the side of the road which are called Firebush or Indian Paintbrush. This whole area is great for ice climbing in the winter when the waterfalls freeze.

Next stop was at the Natural Bridge. Once upon a time this was once a waterfall then the force of the water enlarged gaps in the rock to create a new ...