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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaligne Lodge Jasper
Erg simpel, kleine kamers en geen lift..duur voor wat je ervoor krijgt. Daarbij komt dat er een snelweg naast het hotel ligt en er regelmatig een trein langs komt.
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Bob had another first - chopped enough firewood for three days - really feels nice & love the wood smell. We spent today at Maligne Lake & Canyon. Maligne Lake is the second largest glacier feed lake in the world. We hiked in snow today - it's amazing how the weather changes. It's been in the low 30 to 50 ...
... river and some wetland just before the
drizzle arrived. Silty, our trusted light-weight tarp, came to our
rescue again. The weather cleared enough to bake wraps over a fire
until early bedtime as the rain and wind returned.
The next morning was beautiful and we
had coffee and cereal with a view which included a sub-adult Moose
grazing in the wetlands. We then hiked 3 Km ...
Today we took a tram ride up the side of Whistlers mountain, so called because the marmotte - small furry mammals - whistle to each other across the mountain top. We went nice and early to beat the crowds and so glad we did as it was crawling with people on our return. Anyway the tram was an old,style cabin with standing room only,j they packed 25 of us in, luckily I managed to get Libby by the window otherwise all she would have seen ...
... in the distance.
I heared Heidi clang the triangle suspended on the outside of the cookhouse to announce breakfast. Heidi is Kabel's sister and had been doing most of the cooking for the first half of the summer. I walked across the porch and opened the screen door to find that the hikers were already there, seated at the big round table. I had mentioned before that you could hike in or ride in. Apparently, there were normally 5-8 people ...
... even in the sunlight I don't think the colour can compete with Moraine Lake. We've been spoilt. We were pretty lucky on our travels nature wise as we saw an enormous elk hiding in the trees, lots of mountain goats and chipmunks everywhere. I also spotted something that looked like a cross between a fox and a beaver but was up high in the rocks. Is that possible?! (No. I've since discovered it was a marmot. Glad that's cleared that up.) It took a while but we ...