HI-Kananaskis Wilderness Hostel

1 Ribbon Creek Road, Kananaskis Village, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0L2H0, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 1 Ribbon Creek Road, Kananaskis Village, is near O'shaughnessy Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Kananaskis Village

Canada West: Day 10

A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Sep 14, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... exhilarating, with wonderful mountain and river views. So far this ride was the highlight of the whole tour.

Tomorrow, I will continue the tour, on my own, to Golden BC (260 km) as I start the next leg of the journey to reach Victoria, British Columbia by Wed. Sept. 17. This will take me through the town of Lake Louise where I hope to take some good photos of the lake. Mike will stay with Alan in Calgary and plans to return to Ontario on Wed. Sept. ...

Icefields Parkway part 2, and down to Banff

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... night.

Banff was still about 60km from Lake Louise but the roads are good and we made it in excellent time. We were staying at the Tunnel Mountain campsite, a behemoth site accommodating nearly 1000 people in either tents, RVs or chalets. It’s not as crazy as it sounds – it’s an enormous site so you generally have some space, but the ‘full hook-up’ RV section (with electricity, water and dumping facilities) ...

Kananaskis Country

A travel blog entry by jennyusa on Aug 04, 2014

18 photos

... afternoon for a quick tour around the shops before heading over to Alison and Morne's for our evening meal again. Actually rained again a little, as it did yesterday afternoon, first rain for our whole trip. Now predicted fine for the rest of the ...

Turbine & Three Isle- Kananaskis

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Jul 11, 2014

10 photos

... a new day.
We spent the day hiking around this area and found a little lake a few kilometres up the river from where we were camping, Maude Lake it was called. We hiked up one peak that overlooked this lake, to the west we overlooked BC and to the east we looked over Alberta. We were right on the border on this peak and on top of the world! We swam in Maude Lake which has ice chunks floating around in it, literally take your breath away cold..literally! But so ...

Blog from Banff!!!!

A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... side.

We stopped off for lunch at a little park and Ron prepared smoked sausages with a delicious mixture of beans, onions and mushrooms with fresh bread rolls. Next stop was the location where the last railway spike was driven when the railway lines starting from both east and west met up. The western sector was much shorter because of having to go through the mountains.

This rig was an interesting sight in the carpark - read the ...