Econo Lodge Canmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Canmore
... on his way to Ecuador and Peru for work and leisure. Another couple of hours in the afternoon, although it did get a bit windy and thus cold, before skiing the 2.5 kms back to the car park around 3.30pm. Stopped at shops and Elevation centre for spa, quick swim on the way home. Both very tired.
... that Dan and I clambered over to try and get a decent photo. Well you can see for yourself in the photos!
This was the last stop in our Icefields Parkway adventure and I think I have mentioned more than enough lakes for now as well. We continued onto Banff and went straight to the hostel to get ourselves settled. We stayed in the same group of hostels that we stayed in in Jasper, Hostelling International (HI), and learned there are hostels all ...
... pretty murky, but as the sun came out we were greeted with the beautiful bright blue clear water we had heard about. John was running a little late, but about 6:30 we found a rather quiet place along the lakeshore to have our little ceremony,
You would think that after 36 years of marriage, a renewal of vows wouldn't be a big deal. But I was terribly nervous for some reason. Larry started our little tape recorder, put it in his ...
... is the only aboriginal ((owned and operated) museum in Canada of this calibre and is an authentic place to learn about native cultural history. Staff are all First Nation people. We were privileged to spend some time talking to a Stoney society person who also played a very original musical instrument made from willow. The collection of artefacts, paintings, visual displays of teepee life and of ceremonies such as the Sundance are very informative. The bead ...
... The only downside of this hike is you are on rocks literally the whole way so have to be careful to not roll an ankle and pay attention to your footings. I was a little concerned about Axel running on rocks for an 18km round trip hike...
As we made our way higher the steeper the trail became. We eventually left the creek bed and our water source to start climbing. And on some parts literally climbing, like scampering up the sides of ...