Ramada Inn & Suites Canmore
Travel Blogs from Canmore
... because it is only .6 mile. It's funny how quickly we adapted though.
We were driving north headed for Calvary, Alberta, Canada then took a left to go to a small town called Canmore in Alberta, Canada where our campground was. We just choose this place out of a camping book and it was really very nice. Canmore is a small, quaint town very much like Jacksonhole, WY or some of the towns ...
... been closed due to the floods) and we came across a fresh bear track - complete with claw indentations, proof they are around us, and today there has been a new bear warning issues for tunnel mountain campground which is right next to the hostel! Apparently some black bears have been sniffing around the campers for food! But we have missed them! On our walk this morning we saw a flash of a small cat like creature running away from us, it was a dark colour and we have no idea ...
... town and managed to get some dinner in a Mexican restaurant Jack had pointed out on the first night which was lovely. I ‘accidentally’ ordered us a special drink they were offering which was basically half a litre of margarita mixed with a bottle of corona. Needless to say I was a little tipsy by the time we left the restaurant yet as it was our last night we decided to have a couple of drinks in a bar with a balcony overlooking the main street before heading back to the ...
We left Joe and Janice's house the morning. It was a great couple of days. Unfortunately we had some problems with the trailer. The motor needed to be tightened and the adjustment made at camping world added more problems then help. I had a great time reminiscing about the old times with Joe. Joe and I talked about the past present and future. Janice and Joe were wonderful. Their son Michael made us a wonderful dinner. We also learned about their ...
... shade of aquamarine blue due to rock flour but disappointingly it was closed.
We started our final full day riding the eight minute gondola ride to the summit of Sulphur Mountain. We climbed to an elevation of 2,281 metres above sea level from which we walked along the trail to the highest point where you can see 360 degree views of the Canadian Rockies. This was clearly a favourite spot for foraging chipmunks because we saw quite a few of them scurrying around, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking