Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Banff
We had a reasonable night at Drumheller and when we woke up, the Dino was still there. So time to leave. A breakfast a Tim, that seems to be our regular and we were on our way. Our first stop was the small, but beautiful Horseshoe Canyon, just outside Drumheller. That was a nice canyon and after a few minutes we went on our way.
We had to back …
Marsha, Brendan and James arrived slightly ahead of Grammie, giving them time to stretch their legs and have some refreshments in the well-serviced Calgary airport. After a somewhat difficult flight (i.e., 2 hours of sleep), our sick, tired little monkey put up a brave front and managed, yet again, to charm nearly everyone.
12 October - Banff is such a beautiful small town. I love how relaxed everyone is here. Such a difference from non stop Melbourne. After arriving at Douglas Fir (which it was too early to check in) we headed into town (about 10-15 minute walk down Tunnel Mountain). Hit the job resource centre - unforetunately we didn't realise we needed SIN numbers …
Cant seem to find my blog for Canada..... so I'll write from what I can remember.... We flew from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver in a tiny tiny little plain! We had to walk out to it on the tarmac and we had seats right at the front of the plane (4 seats wide, 2 on each side) and our seats were about a metre away from the cockpit door! It was so …
Went to Banff.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility