Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets

525 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1B2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 525 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff, is near Banff Avenue, Red Earth Spa, Brewster Adventures, and White Mountain Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Banff

    Cabin to Condo

    A travel blog entry by 5howarths on Aug 11, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    This morning we woke up in our rickety cabin. Paddy and I had been on a severely wonky sofa bed for three nights and were glad to fold it up for the last time. A final strange breakfast in the camp dining room and we packed up efficiently again.

    There are mixed feelings about the holiday being over. I have got such a taste for travel now I …

    Banff and Banff Springs Hotel

    A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... along the Icefields Highway - a very busy road. Our next stop took us across the Bow River (the day's weather is getting better) to the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum. This museum represents the cultural societies of the Stoney, Cree, Blackfoot, Sisika, Peigan, Blood and Tsuu T'ina native tribal bands; as well as the Metis (decendants of native-european parents). The museum was founded to promote understanding of aboriginal cultures. It began in 1950. ...

    Whooo Hoooo what a ride so far......Banff pt 1

    A travel blog entry by trishie on May 25, 2014


    ... why the tea tasted so bad. I asked the room service attendant for a kettle and they said there was none so I should ring for a 'cup of hot water' each time I wanted a cup of tea - what a ridiculous waste of staff time and resources.

    So then at another hotel - this time with a kettle in house - May looks in the fridge - no milk provided. She rings room service - "hello - there is no milk in my room." Response - ...

    Walking (and driving!) in a winter wonderland

    A travel blog entry by hanz712 on Nov 24, 2013

    8 photos

    ... outside Banff. This is such a hidden wonder. John (driver) said that over the last week the lake had completely frozen over. So after a bit of um-ing and ah-ing and teasing from John, we jumped ONTO the lake!

    This was such an amazing experience. To actually be able to walk around the lake was such a thrill. We even saw a moose in the distance! We all walked across to the other side of the lake to get a closer look and it stood up and started to move around.


    From Jasper to Banff

    A travel blog entry by brytorlyn on Sep 23, 2013

    44 photos

    ... offers hot rocks or traditional oil fondues. Lyndsey loves anything where she can play with her food so this seems perfect.

    As we arrive in Banff we see a beautiful buck on the side of the road just munching away.

    We arrive at the restaurant and decide on ...