Econo Lodge & Suites

Address: 571 Gregg Avenue, Hinton, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T7V 1N1, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 571 Gregg Avenue, Hinton, is near Sunwapta Pass.
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        Travel Blogs from Hinton

        Welcome to Canada

        A travel blog entry by gabi_michal on Aug 20, 2015

        5 photos

        Ráno jsme se probudili zase do kouřového oparu. Tentokrát ale tak hustého, že slunce mělo krvavě červenou barvu. Těch ohníčků okolo bude nejspíš víc, takže jsme to možná ještě včera s jenom ehkým oparem vyhráli. Pan domácí nám udělal luxusní snídani. M dostal míchaná vají&# …

        Jasper or bust......

        A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Aug 18, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... of accessible washroom/showers that are by definition huge. One nit-picky negative is that they charge $1 for each 6 min for the showers which is a pain. The park itself is really well laid out and even has hedges between each site to hide the utility hook ups. Each spot has a gravel pull through with a concrete pad for a patio. The grounds are meticulous and they have grass that is so green that it ...

        What a drive!

        A travel blog entry by beverlydurkie on Aug 16, 2015

        24 photos

        ... but drove 10 miles to Hyder,Alaska for the bear watching. It was a beautiful location with a lot of salmon. We did see a black bear on the hillside eating berries. To get to Stewart, you drive through a canyon and drive pass some glaciers. As we were leaving Stewart, I was able to get a picture of a rainbow next to the glacier. Our next dry camping spot was a shopping center parking lot in Burns Lake British Columbia. It was a perfect location. We had a grocery store and ...

        The Road to the Mountains

        A travel blog entry by redwing on Jun 16, 2015

        1 photo

        ... well. Not visible from the highway, so we did not get to actually see the largest dragonfly. Too bad. Thought of it later but too late.
        It is a landscape of small lakes and ever increasing forests. The windbreaks become forests as the fields become smaller and fewer. Farming turns to haying and cattle, then to trees almost entiresly.
        The ever higher rolling hills are ...

        Hinton, Alberta

        A travel blog entry by pvanasp on Aug 01, 2014

        1 photo

        Noticing considerable differences in the landscape forms. Greater risingings and valleys. Trees are mainly fir but stand ramrod straight with beautiful delicate needles. Picture perfect Christmas trees. The hills are rising up gently behind and there are more birch like trees or aspen trees- I will have to ...