King Edward Hotel

P.O. Box 86, Stewart, British Columbia, V0T 1W0, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stewart

Day Started Good--Ended Not So Good!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry


Leaving Terrace and Accident . . .

We have had quite a change in plans and change of events . . . .

The morning in Terrance started out OK . . . little did we know that all of the little frustrations with no internet service were going to become pretty minor inconveniences by mid-day.

We had a good breakfast in the …


A travel blog entry by guyhjalmar


I'd like to give a huge shout out to Hjalmar and his fabulous wildlife spotting skills. Seriously, if he hadn't been so eagle-eyed on this trip, I would have probably left North America thinking it was devoid of any animals. Great job, Hjalmar, must be something to do with being a Viking.
Onto Stewart today which is a couple of miles from the …

Walk to Alaska

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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It was Des's birthday today, and we decided to make it a very special day, as he was turning sixty. Wow, what a milestone. He has done so much in his life, he deserved to have a memorable 60th birthday. Being in Canada was already a treat, but we could do more.

This country just keeps on keeping on. Riding round the …

Travel the Cassiar Highway, then 37A to Stewart

A travel blog entry by ryansarah


Decided to get an early start as we have a big day of driving in front of us. I drove us the last 180km to Watson Lake where we cooked breakfast at Wye Lake where we cooked last time we were there. It was freezing here only about 6 degrees. We got some groceries from the store then filled the car with Gas. We had to drive back 22km on the Highway to get on the Stewart Cassiar Highway. The day ...

So where are the bears??

A travel blog entry by amma


... towards the coast to see the other villages in the area. The road is a good one (two-lane hard top). We saw lots of eagles as we drove along beside the inlet. The village at the end of the road is really run down. There are not many people there but there is a marina. The scenery along the way makes it worthwhile although there are sections that are 16% grade, so it can be tough on the brakes at times.
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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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