Falcon Crest Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFalcon Crest Lodge Canmore
Falcon Crest Lodge was great, having a full kitchen and separate lounge area. Meant we could cook our own meals. Very helpful staff at the front desk with advice about things to do in Canmore. One of the good things was Samsung flat screen TVs; meaning you can plug your USB in to watch movies.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Falcon Crest Lodge Canmore
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... came out my mouth! We couldn't believe it, a male moose was literally meters from us munching away at the vegetation in the least swampy area possible! Had I been looking the same way as everyone else we most certainly would have missed him, (just saying!)
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... with clearance to travel onwards. The tour office were great and managed to get us on a plane to Kamloops, the first day stop of the train. So still feeling not quite 100% we managed to rejoin our party for day 2 of the train trip. What a relief! What a treat. What magnificent countryside. What an experience. First impressions count and as we boarded the carriage to the welcome back by the staff the carriage leader said " I didn't see you two yesterday, are you the party who ...
... just before we walked in. It's a nice clear morning so we headed off to Lake Louise, about 70km away. I was surprised to find it still frozen over. Apparently is doesn't thaw until the end of this month. Still it's a beautiful place. On our return to Canmore we spent the afternoon relaxing. We plan to have diner at The Grizzly Paw tonight. Great name for a pub/restaurant don't you think?
... d take a mouthful of snow along the way to quench their thirst.
We got to the Great Divide (where Alberta becomes BC), then it was time to turn around and come back. Quick stretch of the legs, quick snack for the dogs and we were away again. Riley and I both had a go at standing at the back of the sled with the driver. A lot colder, but awesome. We just had a skinny bit of metal to stand on. It was time to get back in the sled when fingers were so cold it felt ...
... different to the mix.
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