Misty Mountain Apartments and Suites

Address: 10110 103rd Street, Grande Cache, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, TOE OYO, Canada | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Grande Cache

      Damn Dam... (not my joke, I swear!!)

      A travel blog entry by bananita on Aug 09, 2014

      13 photos

      ... ISIS conflict, etc.), teenage angst surrounding sexuality, how drunk driving may not be as statistically as bad as we thought, best techniques to bake bread. Really good stuff here.

      After the dam visit (gigglesnort!), we meandered towards ...

      Leaving the Rockies behind.

      A travel blog entry by thesairs on May 26, 2011

      2 photos

      ... 120 miles we pulled in to the visitor center parking lot in Grand Cache, Alberta. We inquired if the campground in town would accommodate rigs 'our' size and after being told yes headed a short distance down the road.

      The campground was actually quite nice. The only problem was that the 30 amp power wasn't exactly 30 amps - it registered more like 17 amps. We weren't able to ...

      Day 6 Wednesday

      A travel blog entry by cfdgrunt on Jul 28, 2010

      1 comment, 20 photos

      337 Miles Today: Today started with a 7am wake up. Packed the bikes and headed out to find a little breakfast. After driving around town 2 or 3 times we ended up at a nice little breakfast spot. we stopped to gas up and headed out for Lake Louise. We where walking up the path to lake and we started to this carribian blue water surrounded by some of the ...

      June 6 Alaska Trip

      A travel blog entry by kbrech on Jun 06, 2010

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Sunday, June 6 Across the street from the Buckinghorse River Restaurant was a camp that catered to gas-patch crews. They looked like barricks, that would house approx 500 people. We saw charter buses, so I guess it was taking the crews to their perspective sites to work. We see many families in double wides, ...

      16 Grande Cache

      A travel blog entry by tombuttle on Aug 23, 2009

      65 photos

      ... on this trip, we have slept in thirty-nine different campsites with many more to come…

      Tidbits:
      - Many of the great roads, such as Beaver Dam Road, need a 4x4 with winch. Next time.
      - Mount Braithwaite is 7,750 feet high and named after Dr Edward Braithwaite who joined the North West Mounted Police (NWMP was forerunner to RCMP) in 1884.
      - Only a few mosquitoes exist here -- no black flies.
      - Erik, my kayak, is gathering dust aboard the van in these mountains.
      ...