King Edward Hotel & Motel

Address: P.O. Box 86, Stewart, British Columbia, V0T 1W0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 86, Stewart, is near Remote Passages, Fraser River Rafting, and Tumbler Ridge Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Stewart

    Another day going south

    A travel blog entry by ralphtrip on Aug 02, 2014

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    Stewart had a population of about 10,000 prior to World War I, which then declined to about 700 in 2000. As of 2005, its population had reduced to less than 500.

    We stayed at King Edward Hotel. A 25 year old hotel with thin walls. Food was pretty good and slept well but awakened by thuming on walls. The trip was unevetful except we had NO …

    Alaska for a day - fun with the glaciers!

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 10, 2015

    16 photos

    ... anywhere after the copper mine anyway, except back the way you just went!

    Lovely campsite on the edge of the small town. Really a frontier here - satellite internet and no phone coverage. They are in deep snow for 6 months a year, but the road out is always kept ploughed. When the tourists leave, they all go to play in the snow, so we were told. Took ourselves to dinner at the local hotel, but gave the King Crab a miss at $49 a ...

    Travelling NORTH, at last!

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 09, 2015

    12 photos

    Houston boasts the biggest fly-fishing rod in the world, so we had to photograph it!

    Drove west again, looking at snow on the Babine Mts. to the north, and Hudson Bay Range to the west. Stopped for coffee at a German Backerei and Kaffeehaus.

    Then stopped at Moricetown, a local Wet'swet'en Indian town. There we looked at a fish ladder on the Bulkley River, to help salmon swim upstream to spawn. Saw a local ...

    North to Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by retired.jewells on Jun 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... momma would follow soon and stopped the truck to watch for her. Sure enough, I soon saw her in my mirror, ambling across the road to join her rambunctious cub. Hopefully, she lectured him to stop and look both ways before crossing the road!

    We were very happy with our campground selection for the evening. We found a beautiful site right on the lake. A bit too windy around dinner time, but a nice fire after dinner warmed us up for the ...

    Day 4 - Telkwa to Stewart - Hyder - Stewart

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on May 23, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... the Hazeltons and the junction of the Cassiar Highway (37) with Highway 16.

    Heading north on the 37 we were in new territory -- going where we've never been. How exciting.... Denis confided that he might be somewhat emotional when we get to Hyder as he's wanted to go for so long and get hyderized. Little did he know it would not be all he had imagined but it still an experience, and a cross off the bucket list. But ...