Copperstone Resort

Address: 250 2nd Ave, Dead Man's Flats, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1W 2W4, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 250 2nd Ave, Dead Man's Flats, is near Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours, Oh Canada Eh Dinner Show, Ice Walk, and Alpine Helicopters Ltd..
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Dead Man's Flats

      Play it again - Canadian Brass

      A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 15, 2015

      5 photos

      ... Banff - not bad.
      Canmore Centre to see Canadian Brass - great night out, terrific band and music, cheap $25 a ticket. The band has a great history and extremely highly awarded and credential led musicians. Their creative takes on many classical pieces is really interesting. Their leader, tuba player, Chuck Daellenbach, started the group in 1970. The Centre itself is an amazing institution to encourage the creative arts.


      Lay day

      A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 12, 2015

      ... and ski hire then went to a yoga class at the Elevation Place. Weird class which was really like a cross yoga/weights/cardio session. Also took in the art gallery's portrait exhibition which was great and then a swim and spa with John. Home to read, relax, finish chores, email, blog, talk to Lena, download pics ...


      A travel blog entry by sophiecocker on Jan 10, 2015

      ... made the same morning due to the powder state of the snow, which was an interesting fact. Considering we were there around 9am the Lynx must have been reasonably close by! The walk mainly consisted of tracks through fallen trees and bear clawed bark, when we reached a meadow we could walk wherever we wanted, which meant you ran the risk of being swallowed by the snow unable to move until you used all your strength to forage out. We made it ...


      A travel blog entry by frogbloggers on Aug 29, 2014

      6 photos

      Former capital low rise complete contrast to Tokyo Over 100 temples(not bombed!) Great atmosphere in evening Lucky to spot a Geisha in street who posed for a photo (rare event) they train for 5 years! No photo here as took on main camera Geisha show ...

      Lake Louise, Big Traffic, BIG Walk...

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 10, 2014

      6 comments, 20 photos

      ... after 45 minutes that we weren't sure any of you were worth the trouble (we worked on our "Fruits of the Spirits" later and felt a little more loving) and decided that we were out of there. Well, here comes the part where we really need to feel the appreciation. Half a mile down the hill (read STEEP hill) heading out we saw a parking lot that is used for folks coming up to ski in the winter. One more car was there and we thought MAYBE we can park there, hike ourselves BACK up ...