Big Horn Inn

100, Grande Cache, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0E0Y0, Canada | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Grande Cache

    Leaving the Rockies behind.

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on May 26, 2011

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    ... 120 miles we pulled in to the visitor center parking lot in Grand Cache, Alberta. We inquired if the campground in town would accommodate rigs 'our' size and after being told yes headed a short distance down the road.

    The campground was actually quite nice. The only problem was that the 30 amp power wasn't exactly 30 amps - it registered more like 17 amps. We weren't able to ...

    Day 6 Wednesday

    A travel blog entry by cfdgrunt on Jul 28, 2010

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... mountain that we have seen on the trip. took a few quick pics and we where back on the road headed for the 140 mile long Ice Field Parkway. We where only on it for a few miles till we had to stop for pics because of the amazing moutain scenery. A few stops later we ended at Columbia Glacier. We had a small hike to the top that has us wore out by the ...

    June 6 Alaska Trip

    A travel blog entry by kbrech on Jun 06, 2010

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... dams. Black bear, mule deer and a moose w/a very young calf were the only wildlife we saw today. They were logging the trees near on route 40 towards Jasper, and replenishing the them, as the trees were small. We stayed in Grand Cache.72H 55L We are now in Mountain Time Zone, our bodies are still on Alaskan ...

    16 Grande Cache

    A travel blog entry by tombuttle on Aug 23, 2009

    65 photos

    Had a large cooked breakfast at the first provincial park in Alberta to help turn a previously rainy day into sunshine with eggs. Then we set out for Grande Prairie to get a new fishing license and lures for Bogie, never ending shopping for food plus a well needed hot shower at their leisure centre.

    We then picked-up Highway Forty which heads towards Grande Cache and lots of places to camp in the Rockies prior to Jasper National Park. The first couple of parks were too close to ...

    Banff to Jasper and on to Grande Cache was great.

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 12, 2009

    24 photos

    ... clouds with snow or ice on the tops. It is hard to describe the best view of the day because the views changed as fast as you could get the picture in your mind. We then got into Jasper the Rodeo was in town and it became obvious that we should keep going where there were not so many people. We made it to Grande Cache about 7:00pm that evening which is about 85 miles ...