Best Western Sicamous Inn

Address: 806 Trans Canada Highway East, Sicamous, British Columbia, V0E2V0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 806 Trans Canada Highway East, Sicamous, is near Hyde Mountain on Mara Lake Golf Course.
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      Biggie bound

      A travel blog entry by allanamue on Nov 23, 2014

      Yesterday we hit the road from Banff, a little hungover but I didn't feel too bad to drive. It was a good day and the roads weren't too bad, a fair bit of snow but mostly cleared on the roads. The further we got into the mountains the more cars we would pass in the ditches. 300kms later we made it to Revelstoke. But we got held up just west of Revy due to an accident. The highway was shut both ways. We stopped for 30mins with all the other cars and truckies. At this stage it was around ...

      Day 6 Banff to Kelowna.

      A travel blog entry by fis on Sep 05, 2013

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      Well it really feels like we are on our journey home now. We have left the beauty of the Rocky Mountains behind us and are currently about 45 mins out of Kelowna. It's been a long drive today, broken up with a few stops along the way. Our first stop was Takakkaw falls. These are Canada's second highest fall with the visual part being 254m. The glacier where these falls begin is 350m high. The falls are a short walk from the car ...

      Quesnel and Williams Lake

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Jul 12, 2011

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      ... south the landscape change and could almost be described as an area of muskeg and swamp. The early travelers in this area really had difficult terrain to cross as they traversed this basin known as the Interior Plateau (about 1000 m above sea level) into the Quesnel Highlands (foothills to the Cariboo Mountains). When one looks at a map, there are a number of lakes in the area and it is ...

      Free, Frugal, Yet Fun!

      A travel blog entry by homeport on Mar 30, 2011

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      ... basically jumped into our truck with our camper loaded with everything we thought we may need/use and went where the wind blew us, keeping to the secondary roads and doing and seeing whatever our hearts desired...which was low stress and a wonderful way to travel. We spent 9 months with each other 24/7 in a pickup cab & 10' camper and pulled back into our driveway still smiling, laughing and loving and discussing plans for our next adventure. Thanks for joining ...

      Silver Star: Skiing Day 1

      A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 26, 2011

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      ... think we'll give this same route another go now that we're a bit more familiar with the terrain.

      Nice meal in the Long John's pub - food's definitely good in this village. Then off to the Saloon for some live entertainment. They had a couple guys on stage with acoustic guitars singing covers but had a cool vibe. 15 Jack and coke's later and a couple local shots and it might not be an early start tomorrow either.