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 …

    Salmon Glacier and Hyder Ghosts

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... is the Alaskan border. There was no US Border patrol at this crossing but there is a Canadian Border patrol returning to Stewart. The first and only town on the Alaskan side is Hyder, Alaska. Once a booming community, Hyder is now just a ghost town with only one business operating….a tavern touting a knock out drink that gets the participant Hyderized! First stop along the ...

    Day 44, 45 Stewart

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... to see the bears. It is built about 8 ft high over looking Fish Creek. Unfortunately we didn't see the action today. We got a glimpse of an Eagles nest and family residing in it. Tonight we ate at the "Bus" for halibut. Another interesting spot. Today we saw two grizzlies in Fish Creek eating salmon. The creek is a frenzy of female salmon laying eggs and fertilized by the males. And then they both die. The End We hit the jack ...

    First bear spot

    A travel blog entry by aquest on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... it but he had been following the mother.

    Watched the guys catching Salmon at the rapids before pushing on to Hazelton where we stopped for coffee and found a girl who didn't know how to boil a kettle. ...


    A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... up to 24 inches long for bear watching.

    It was fascinating watching the bears in their natural habitate. We watched one bear mosey along the creek bank eating berries. Richard then saw bushes moving, a bear jumped out of the bush into the creek, grabbed a big thrashing Salmon and disappeared back into the bush.
    As we left the bear walk, we immediately stopped when ...