Golden Hostel, Kicking Horse River Lodge
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... at Crazy Creek we went onto a suspension bridge were we saw lots of beautiful lakes and waterfalls. When there was nothing left to see we got changed into our swimming costumes and jumped into hot pools. However as Dad discovered last time he came to the hot pools not all of the pools were hot so as Jack was cheeky to dad earlier he told him to jump in the ice cold one leading to a very cold and annoyed Jack (don't worry he made dad and kyle jump in ...
... set up to attract people. It's definitely somewhere you could settle, it's amazingly unspoiled and fresh and well so much more "real" than Whistler. Whistler was amazing, in a crafted by man kind if way, but Revelstoke was just so much more livable over the long term. We were lucky to have a washer and dryer in our room at The Sutton, so again it was 3 loads of washing and drying, relaxing and looking through all our video and photo footage. We have not turned a TV on since being here...it's kind of ...
... it. The water from here fed into one of the rivers we had passed earlier. We also passed closer to the circular tunnels at a lower level. We had viewed these from the height of the main road earlier, but they were in the distance. On our return we had to descend the switchback and only then appreciated the steepness and vehicles had to have several shunts to get around the acute bends.
We next headed off to our next destination Banff.
... snow, either way its been interesting.
Right now, we are at the Glacier Mountaineer Lodge which has a view of the ski mountain and Gondolas. Today we went on a full day snow mobile tour which was awesome! - we toured the mountains around kicking horse and saw some incredibly beautiful scenery, and mostly soft powdery snow heaped on everything. (Pics attached)
The tour stopped ...
... few runs we figured out that we fell in love with backcountry skiing! Only the weather avalanche conditions could change our plans now. Glacier National Park ins renowned of its avalanche risk. There is an army unit accros the hwy which cares about the avalanches over the winter time. When avalanche risk is higher, they shoot avalanches down before they can fall down and burry the hwy and railway. Parks Canada and Canadian Forces operate here the world's largest mobile ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting