Fairmont Mountainside Vacation Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... signs all along the roadways. It was a beautiful ride. We came across Columbia Lake is in the town of Fairmont. The lake is HUGE --- it starts here in Fairmont and empties into the Pacific Ocean in Astoria, Oregon..........amazing.
We got into Radium Hot Springs around 3 o'clock ---- Radium Hot Springs is a quaint little town and as you pass through the town (after a couple of ...
Woke to a beautiful morning, our neighbors from Simi Valley are out and about. I will give credit to the guy, he is walking his dog and cat on a harness. I want to quote Greg's entry from his journal today. "Spectacular is the only word for the scenery on the Icefield Hwy. Majestic, rugged, incredible, awesome, pleasing, soothing, grand, bold. All this to remind me how small and ...
... things from trees (chimes etc) then they had a few acres of pens for the wolves. However the people there were really friendly and knowledgeable about the wolves and seem to really care about the conservation of them. The centre was set up in the 90s by a couple who took on a wolf that had been breed in captivity and was going to be put down as they were no longer wanted. Then slowly the centre grew taking on more of the same sometimes even wolves that had ...
... that they would be in the area and located when appropriate! We found the turn to Whiteswan and headed up the 22 km dirt road, narrow at times and falling off into a deep ravine. It was a beautiful drive and right at the start of the national park we found the Lussier Hot Springs. We were excited about these as they were the only natural non-commercialized hot springs we had heard about. It was a great visit and smelled of sulphur ...