HI-Mosquito Creek Wilderness Hostel

Address: Hwy 93N Icefields Parkway, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1B3, Canada | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Hwy 93N Icefields Parkway, Banff, is near Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Brewster Snocoach, Cave and Basin National Historic Site, and Cave and Basin Hot Springs.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews HI-Mosquito Creek Wilderness Hostel Banff

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    Travel Blogs from Banff

    Canadian Birthday - Spa for the day!

    A travel blog entry by buzzy_on_tour on Jul 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... went for the Fairmont. We then had the classic steak which was amazing, with great side dishes. This had us both popped, so it was back upstairs for a coffee and some of the birthday cake.


    The only 'strange' thing we did then was go to see the mysterious room no 873 (or should I say the space where it should be). For anyone ever going - look it up, a tragic tail ...

    Day 4: Banff, AB to Grand Cache, AB

    A travel blog entry by kimmycat on May 22, 2015

    17 photos

    The sun woke us up bright and early this morning – perhaps a smidge too early. It's debatable. Obviously the hotel had dealt with people like us before in regards to free breakfast, seeing as how there were signs everywhere kindly reminding guests that breakfast food had to remain in the breakfast room. There were several signs by the fruit, but of course that didn’t stop us. We’re used to a hard life of petty crime and you’d ...

    Skiing black

    A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... runs, he took us to blue and eventually a black run, the Men's Downhill championship run. It was groomed, wide and without obstacles, so really fun. We spent the rest of the day skiing. Having taken the first lift, we also got the last one at a couple of minutes to four o'clock. The place was pretty well deserted by then. We had about two and a half hours of breaks (over three sessions) ...

    Dog sledding. Amazing.

    A travel blog entry by joriley on Jan 06, 2015

    23 photos

    ... But they were so friendly and were keen for some attention. One liked to try and pull our gloves off - the youngest were only nine months old so still playful. They were Alaskan huskies, bred for the cold, and a hard-wired desire to pull sleds! The barking and howling was deafening as the preparation for the trip started - the dogs were more excited than us.

    Riley and I shared a sled. I sat at the back, he leaned into me - then we were covered with a sleeping ...

    Alberta Provence ii

    A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... scenery. Heading back to Lake Louise for a clearer view, we were overrun by "tourists!" A quick photo opportunity had us out of there asap as Mike the chauffeur circled the car park waiting for us to finish. Cars were parked for miles trying to get close enough to check out the lake....RV's are a dime a dozen and take up sooooooooo much space! Moving on to Banff, the scenery on the way was spectacular.... The Rockies are more amazing by the day and very difficult ...