Chalet Continental Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hike Day! Rob's up at 5:30am as usual and is as chipper as a freaking blue bird! When I know I have a big day ahead of me, whether it be for fun or work, I always tend to get really quiet and need a little 'me' time to mentally prepare myself. I'm not sure I could have mentally prepared myself for this one though. None the less, my game face was dawned in true 'Belles' fashion. My derby ladies know exactly what its like to hike up your fishnets, slap on your helmet and skate out ...
Valemount/Mount Robson was our next stop on the map and my stomach was getting a tad nervous about our BIG hike planned for the next day. We had to check in at Mount Robson Visitor Center to get briefed on our trip, to store my camera equipment (thank goodness they had secure lockers because leaving my equipment in the heat for two days would not have been a good idea. We also wanted to find one of the park attendants that went ...
So we set off from our wonderful stay at Tachik lake and are heading towards Jasper. We have decided to be in Calgary for the Stampede which starts on the 4th of July so we are taking our time now with a couple of weeks before we want to get into Calgary. After being a bit disappointed with the first RV park we looked at on the way we kept moving onto this one which is a small detour (10min) of the Yellowhead highway going into ...
An overcast start to the day and it didn't take long before wet stuff was on the windscreen. Drove north from Kamloops to Clearwater, then on to Valemount following the Thompson River all the way. Today we were right alongside the river, not way above it like yesterday. It was a fertile river valley with plenty of crops and a few animals. Bounded on both sides by mountains but we didn't get ...
Up at 6:40 with stove to coffee. Off to Prince George toward Jasper and the Icefield Highway. Again, more excellent scenery. Stopped at a rest stop, Lucy and Greg do a little hike. Fire started in area in 1961 by berry pickers. Also a monument to 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18 years old who ...