Bow View Lodge
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Rain and cloud to the East indicated West to be the direction to take so it was off to Bow Valley Parkway and Johnson Canyon.
Named after a gold prospector from way back in Canada's recent past, Johnson Canyon provides for a round trip walk of some 8 Km through a beautiful gorge to see a series of waterfalls, each different and fascinating …
After checking out of Deer Lodge and breakfast in Lake Louise Town, a drive up Highway 1A to see the views was somewhat hampered by low cloud and rain.
At Exshaw the countryside seemed to be flattening out on to the central Canadian plain, and with the rain not letting up it was decided to head back to Banff on the main highway, Route 1.< …
... had a great catch up with the group before admiring the view across the valley, we then stopped at two lakes the last being so beautiful and blue - an amazing four days with 20 great people from Australia to Switzerland and Germany a great bunch of people :) Back to Banff for a last dinner and drinks before we all go our separate ways ...
... the tourists do is me and Ann-Marie's new adopted motto. So we plopped our selves on the board walk in front of the lake and proceeded to take numerous photographs. After we piled into the car, and after a few gas fuel up pit stops, a bathroom break or two, and a ferry ride from horseshoe bay we arrived in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Clean and comfortable standard hotel room. Good breakfast in its adjacent parent property
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