HI-Kananaskis Wilderness Hostel

Address: 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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          Highs and lows

          A travel blog entry by burnsn on Sep 08, 2015

          ... I was the only one quick enough and at the front to get some shots. Sadly we didn't see any bears ( the summer hasn't been good enough for berry growth, so there isn't much food for them) or mountain goats/sheep. I certainly didn't miss anything on the walk as all they saw as a squirrel. It was positively tropical at 14c on arrival back to the lodge, being able to sit outside in the sun with a cuppa. This is now a holiday! (I'm easily ...

          Majestic Mountain Views!

          A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 06, 2015

          2 comments, 45 photos

          ... street right in front of us.

          Saturday, we all go into town early to have breakfast and to find internet access before the crowds came. We had breakfast at Tooloulou’s which was an excellent choice. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is a small place, but the service and food are great! Their menu is five pages, two columns of dishes they offer just for breakfast. As you peruse the menu and look around at the décor, it becomes obvious of ...

          Lake Louise to Banff

          A travel blog entry by jaffajim on May 21, 2015

          5 photos

          Up early this a.m. to get pictures of the sun lighting up the glacier as it rose. Had a restrained breakfast and on to the bus for some sight seeing and the short trip to Banff. We stopped at Natural Bridge and Emerald Lake, saw a bear, an elk and some gophers and long horn sheep. Went up in a gondola to the top of a mountain overlooking Banff. Beautiful scenery all day, with green forests clear blue sky ...

          Gondola to Sulphur Mountain

          A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Dec 10, 2014

          2 photos

          ... heading out to go tubing at Mt Norquay. Unfortunately because of a quick temperature drop the ice had melted and then froze again which means tubes were not stopping, they were just flying straight over the end. Best we didn't, so the tubing lanes were closed. We came back to the hotel and Will and I went for a swim down stairs in the pool and hot tub before coming back up and getting changed to ...

          The Worlds Most Amazing Drive

          A travel blog entry by danandrach on Sep 18, 2014

          23 photos

          ... of the little waterfalls running off the sides of the mountains.

          Waterfowl Lakes was a pleasant surprise at the side of the road. This lake was a stunning ice blue colour and I even braved a finger dip... it was freezing so that was enough for me!! Next was Peyto Lake and Bow Glacier. We had to walk ten minutes through the forest to get to this lake, uphill walk as well which was more than I signed up for!! When we finally reached the top, ...