Hostel Bear

Address: 1002 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1W 1N6, Canada | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located on 1002 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, is near Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours, Oh Canada Eh Dinner Show, Grotto Canyon, and Canmore Museum & Geoscience Centre.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Canmore

      Mountains, Falls and walks

      A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Oct 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... Tisha had brought a perfect Ashton sized frisbee and he happily walked along for most of the holes throwing it in front of himself before running to collect it. He loved throwing it into the holes, where he was met with great applause!

      There were some very tired kids when we returned. We had bison burgers and squeezed 14 of us around the table. The kids had discovered the previous night the jacuzzi bath in the master ensuite, ...

      Rocky Mountaineer Day 1: Banff to Kamloops

      A travel blog entry by pattied on Sep 28, 2014

      3 comments, 36 photos

      ... we arrived at the train station and about 50 of us were transported to the Thompson Inn and Conference Center with exceptional ease. We were given our room keys before disembarking the train and did not have to check in. And, as promised, our luggage arrived before us and was waiting in our room! The Rocky Mountaineer is one classy and well-organized outfit! We will travel another 285 miles to Vancouver tomorrow! Despite the long ride, this has proven to be quite the way to ...

      Canada, eh Canada

      A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Aug 10, 2014

      63 photos

      ... To keep the foot traffic off the grass, a long boardwalk with frequent sitting areas was built and the mountaintop was re-vegetated.

      When we got into the departure terminal, there were probably between 100 and 200 people ahead of us to ride the 4-person gondolas. To the company’s credit, a gondola took off about every 45 seconds or so, but it was still a fairly long wait – which had to be repeated at the top of the mountain for the ride back down.

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      Day #9: Lake Louise to Banff

      A travel blog entry by rob-nicky on Aug 05, 2014

      65 photos

      ... The lake was super green in colour, very cold and the shoreline was shallow which made it hard to just jump in. We hopped inch by inch until we were able to make the refreshing plunge. It was a really needed dip and helped to wash away the staleness of the mornings heat. Feeling revitalized, we went back to check on the new family members at the campsite. They had left so we unpacked the car to prep our spot because we wanted to go to the Banff hot springs for a nighttime dip. ...


      A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... after the trancontinental railway was built through the Bow Valley. In 1883 Canadian Pacific Railway workers stumbled upon a series of natural hot springs on the side of Sulphur Mountain. In 1885 a Federal Reserve was established. This was the beginning of Canada's National Park system. In 1985 the United Nations declared the parks along the Icefields Highway including Banff National Park as a ...