Best Western Sicamous Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Drove through the Rockies today and on the way through 4 National parks, Banff, Yoho, Glacier and Revelstoke. Scenery is amazing , pictures don't do it justice!!! At start of the day had a quick wander round the gardens in Banff then a detour to have a look at lake minnewanka where we got up close to some wildlife! Stopped on Golden for lunch, about halfway, Big Bend Cafe is highly recommended food was awesome!!! Golden has a really nice feel, real not plastic, and apparently has ...
... that gives the water it's different colours at different times of the year, had settled on the rocky bank because of the low water level. It feels like wet clay, that odd kinda hard but also soft texture. Long drive now with a quick stop I'm revelstoke the on to go karting. Go karting was lots of fun. There were 10 of us on the track all racing for top prize. Only we didn't all get a fair start so the prize ended up going ...
... to imagine that the whole area was once a sea bed.
As we moved further south the landscape became drier and more stark - reminiscent of the landscapes we see on our southern travels. We dropped to about 400 m above sea level in the vicinity of Cache Creek. Cactus and sage brush became the common vegetation. The McAbee Fossil site is in this area and something we would have liked ...
... institution, as stated in the Moose tour itinerary. I had a hot chocolate and maple doughnut, although I’m not sure either served to wake me up as I’m pretty sure I managed to drift off again once they’d both been consumed.
We arrived at our hostel in Scotch Creek, Shuswap Lake, at 6.30, only to be told I’d over packed for the tour; I explained the bags held all my worldly goods for the next seven months, but even I ...
A very cool and easy drive up from Sun Peaks. Took us about 3 hours. We were a little worried enroute about the amount of snow and altitude but the last few kilometers got us up to 1700m with what appears to be a good deal of snow.
On arrival at the Bull Dog hotel we had -17 reading on the jeep but stepping out of the vehicle with the wind ...