Causeway Bay Hotel Sparwood
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a wide open road Tobacco valley Road ran alongside Dickey Lake with forested rolling hills as far as the eye can see behind it Murphy Lake - Loons site from April to November. Info boards about them. - Only 60 pairs in Montana. They have 1 or 2 chicks but only about 30 chicks survive each year. The nests are close to tall vegetation only a few feet from the shore and chicks hatch after about 29 days. During nesting season floating signs recommend ...
The hope slide which took place in in January 1965 claimed the lives of 4 people. 2 were recovered and the other 2 are buried in the remains. The Frank slide happened in April 1903 and claimed 100 lives. The hope slide is in the Western part of the Rockies and the Frank slide in the Eastern part. Both are in the southern part of ...
Today we cycled out of the Crowsnest Pass region through Sparwood B C ending our 45 mile day in Fernie. Surrounded by mountains the ride was beautiful. The downside was the commercial traffic, large trucks of every breed....I did have enough peace to observe the wildlife. There were deer browsing in the wetland marshes and Hawks hunting over the open ...
Sorry for the lack of posts! Service between towns is non-existant when I'm just camping in the middle of nowhere but here's what i wrote down from the last few days: Day 1: 29 miles to spray lakes campground Super hilly and tough first 12, then a gorgeous gravel road to the campsite. Bee sting by my ear during lunch, but not too bad. Got to spray lakes and campsite managers wife gave me 2 unbelievable chocolate chip cookies. ...
ROUTE Day 1. Monday 11th August. Banff to Spray Lakes. The morning of our departure was even more preoccupied with faffing than these expeditions tend to be. Nadine got a puncture before we left the hotel room, Matt's handlebars felt wrong (it turns out that's what they feel like when carrying so much weight!), and we made feeble attempts to throw away things to reduce weight. Once on our way we left Banff past the iconic Banff Springs Hotel onto some ...