Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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It was a beautiful sunny but cool morning so we went off for a run around the outskirts of Canmore. The scenery here is stunning and there is a vast network of trails some a bit hilly but we are in a mountainous region After coffee and toast we went back to Banff to Lake Minnewanka for a boat cruise, only because we had some free tickets. The lake was vast and the scenery was beautiful but no more spectacular than a ...
... into there home and we were having lunch and catching up all the news since we last saw them. The afternoon was spent in the city , going up Calgary's tallest building the Bow building and we treated to vista's from the 54th floor. We were very privileged as this is not open to the public and it gave some fantastic views of the prairies and the expanse of the urban sprawl of Calgary and it's 1.2 million ...
... as you know). Half of the afternoon stretched ahead of us so we decided to head over to Sunshine, a small ski resort a short distance from Banff, that is also home to the hike that Lonely Planet classifies as the most scenic in Canada. The walk was only listed as a short 1.5km hike on the leaflet that we had picked up so it seemed an ideal afternoon activity.
We travelled to Sunshine, only to discover that the shuttle bus costs ...
... Crazy! We had a good chat and he was off to visit family for three weeks, so at least the journey was worth it! Arriving back very tired, we then needed to get the train to downtown then the bus. The transit system in Calgary isn't great either, especially when you're tired and need your bed!! We got back to the house around midnight and straight to bed we went!
The day had been amazing and we were tempted to visit the mountains again on one of our other days left in Calgary!!
... that mountain. One flows into the Pacific, one flows into the Atlantic, and the third flows into the Arctic Ocean, so it's a very serious watershed in the scheme of things.
Turned up at the village of Lake Louise late afternoon, and drove up the hill to the famous Fairmont Hotel. Whilst some passengers unloaded, we went for a walk down to the lake itself, and a little way around the shoreline. The lake is still so cold that there is lots of ice left in it, and some of the ...