Charlton's Cedar Court
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCharlton's Cedar Court Banff
our room is a loft... the stair to go up to bedroom is pretty narrow so it needs to be extra careful if need to go down to bathroom at night. It is clean, spacy, and the bed is comfortable. It is about 10 min walk from downtown Banff
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... yards off in the trees. This was the bear we had been told had lost her mother the year she was born, and they have been working with her to get her to stop coming into the campground so that when she has cubs, she will keep them away from the campground too.
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... on horseback, walkers, hikers, runners. The lake, the cliffs, the mountains, the ice, the blue skies and warm sun, the light...they all combine to get people out and about. We walked until our time ran out and really we didn't make a dint in what it is possible to see and explore in this corner of Alberta. We do love Lake Louise. Each time you arrive at the door of the next motel you have a little moment of "I wonder what the room will be like?" All ...