Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke
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Arriving into Revelstoke was our first real view of Canada's notorious outdoor scenery. We first set off for a scenic drive through Revelstoke National Park. The further we drove into the park the more snow covered trees we saw. Before we knew it everything around us was covered with snow, and two park rangers had closed the road to the top. After …
... got going properly we started seeing lightning and hearing thunder... And then the rain came. We then all quickly rain proofed our tents making sure everything was set up properly so it'd stay dry and we retreated into the common room for the night. We met some kiwi guys who were road tripping around North America for 3 months so we spent the night chatting to them about travelling. But as the night got later we all disappeared to ...
... some time deciding, but the road also continues, from Vancouver, down the Pacific Coast Highway, to Mexico and beyond....... If anyone has any suggestions or cares to join me on a little bike trip, let me know?
For this last stage thanks to Tina for the food bank donation in honour of the trip. To Carol, Bonnie, Terry, Camp Along, Judy, Ryan and Bob at the Mission campsite for a special last night. My fabulous, final warm showers host Sharon and to ...
... It was a grueling challenge and one of the hardest walks I’ve ever done. The descent took almost as long as the ascent it was so steep. A 12km round trip took the best part of 9 hours, needless to say we slept well that night.
The following day was a rest day so we headed back to Martha Creek. On route we stopped for a tour of the Revelstoke Dam – It was huge and quite ...
We chose a day of learning today as we thought maybe we needed to see if our brains still function plus we are getting immune to magnificent scenery, breathtaking mountains and stunning lakes (no not really I don't think you could ever get sick of Canada's scenery). However as we really hadn't been in a museum the whole trip today was it and everyone was telling us to check out the Banff Park Museum which is really a museum of a museum. The building was completed in 1903 and is ...