Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke
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Travel Blogs from Revelstoke
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 …
... desert like landscape. The terrain had gradually become more mountainous but they were absent of trees. Instead these mountains were painted with purple, pink, yellow and orange striations with a few low lying pale green shrubs dotted sparadically amongst these pastel colours. The only vibrant colours you could see amongst the lanscape were the numerous golf courses and sports fields. Ro was dying to practice his drive down those lush course but of course there was ...
... meant for a very noisy night. They had just opened for the summer season and it wasn't ready for guests. The store was not stocked and the pool was empty and being repaired and the staff was simply not around. We use KOA's when we can't get into a provincial or national park campsite and typically find that they are normally pretty good. This one needs a little work.
... and Columbia rivers. We had never checked out downtown Revelstoke before, and found its 4 or 5 block old town core to be very charming and nicely renovated. It is worth a stop for anyone making the Highway 1 trek into the Rockies.
We are camped for the night at a sweet little lakeside campground at Williamson Lake. Pat managed a quick dip... the lake was warm enough but a chilly wind came up just at that time.
Westward Ho tomorrow, with Vernon and its peaches being our target.
... Last month, when in The Pas, Manitoba, a waitress suggested we go to Golden and take the gondola ride (she grew up in BC). So, on her suggestion alone, we passed up the famous gondola ride in Banff, and made sure that our travels took us through Golden. Plus, I liked the sound of the name of the place – Golden. It had to be golden! We found the mountain, took the gondola ride 7,700 feet up to the restaurant and had a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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