Glacier Mountain Lodge

Address: 849 Shell Road (Yellowhead Highway #5), Blue River, British Columbia, V0E 1J0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 849 Shell Road (Yellowhead Highway #5), Blue River.
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    Travel Blogs from Blue River

    Jasper to Blue River

    A travel blog entry by reade on May 21, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    This morning we entered into British Columbia leaving Alberta behind. Another beautiful day with a high of 23. We are feeling very lucky, over the past 2 days we've seen 8 bears. Seven of them Black bears, one with her cub and one Grizzly, which was a stroke of luck, there are far fewer Grizzly than Black Bears. Before leaving Jasper we did the gondola tramway to the top of one of the mountains, ...

    Elinor lake

    A travel blog entry by erin2014 on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of the top bag cause clearly it's not water proof. It rained a bit this afternoon so we drank hot chocolate and played crazy eights in the cook house. then drove back to the lake and fished for a bit. We are now cooking supper and having a couple beverages with some people from Ste Albert. Tomorrow's big day of driving ...

    Long day

    A travel blog entry by erin2014 on Jun 28, 2014

    13 photos

    We got up early today packed everything up. Found someone to boost the vehicle (I left the cooler plugged in) then headed to the jasper sky walk. It was pretty cool kinda freaky but worth the drive. Then on the way back stopped and had lunch at malinge canon. The water falls where amazing and the boys had so much climbing all ...

    Paddle Murtle Paradise

    A travel blog entry by yielef on Jul 22, 2012

    ... to McDougsll falls was well worth it. The sprinkle of cool water from these raging falls was much appreciated. Due to a lack of water and a late start we never completed the steep, vertical, well-marked switch back 15 km return hike to the top of Central Mountain. As indicated in the brochure, the hike to Anderson Lake is flat, beautiful vista ; mosquitoes. No kidding it's uncomfortably infested with these blood suckers! Sandy Point, Kostal, Diamond ...

    Horses at wells gray

    A travel blog entry by shiverglass on Jun 19, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... case may be. No trotting. I loved every minute of it. My horse was a bit clumsy and nearly fell over a few times, but I held on! Like a pro. Great fun. Up and down mountain tracks through the forest. Got rained on but had such a blast. Rylees horse kept biting mine on the bum, making him trot a little. Not a nice horse her one! So glad I brought new water proof trousers, was a bit damp and muddy. For dinner we went into the saloon type bar and had a BBQ ...

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