Comfort Inn & Suites
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... named Lake of the Little Fishes by the Stoney Nakota First Nations people, is a glacial lake within Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. It is located 5 km west of the Hamlet of Lake Louise and the Trans-Canada Highway.
Rogers Pass Discovery Centre is a replica of an historic railway snowshed, this recently-renovated information centre features a theatre ...
... we were there they were counting 30,000 a day going upstream to spawn!! Why can they be so expensive?
Next we set off north. We stopped for lunch after Lytton - we had thought we would!d stop there but it did not appeal. Amazing how the landscape changed, almost in a straight line, from pine covered mountains into barren almost desert-like country. ...
... Sun Peaks was very pretty but strangely almost every house/ranch was for sale!
We arrived in the town to snow falling quite nicely and to our surprise, everything is ski in ski out, which is ideal, you are never far from a lift up the mountain. The village was awesome much bigger than Big White or Silverstar and had a lot better pubs and restaurant options all within 4minutes walk of each other.
... Had my first driving experience, our boss dropped us on the other side of the shopping complex so i could buy a new pair of Sorels (Snow shoes) and we were asked to drive to the other side to pick them up.
I was almost groping the drivers door trying to pull the hand break after we came to a stop. turning was also a drama, trying to remember to stay left is a bit different after driving on the other side of ...
We hotfooted it to a taxi and headed to Vancouver Airport to pick up our next hire car - it was pretty quick to pick up the car so we headed off and drove into Vancouver. After about 40 minutes we finally found our way to the Trans-Canada Highway - with a little help from friendly Canadians - and headed up to the Rocky Mountains.
Other than a stop for Tim Hortons and a couple of photo stops the trip was pretty uneventful as we still had time to make ...