Model A Inn

1908 Cranbrook St N, Cranbrook, British Columbia, V1C 3T1, Canada | Hotel
Prices starting from $88.00
 

Travel Blogs from Cranbrook

What? No Cell Phones?

A travel blog entry by lisakresky

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... and little pouches out of leather. The younger gymnasts headed to an old home to learn how to make Johnny cakes, churn butter, make ice cream, and wash clothes with an old wash board. After some lunch, another few hours were spent exploring the different buildings, visiting the animals, and watching the blacksmith work. Everyone had a fantastic time, learned lots, and marvelled at the fantastic mountain ...

Made The Border Crossing

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... Lake Wasa with one eye out for the Mounties, helmets are required here and guess what, no headgear. Also, we drove a few miles south to Fort Steele Heritage Town. This was a typical turn of the century town of the east Kootenays with over 60 restored or reconstructed buildings.

I give Wasa and Fort Steele three bars on the slot reel.

Signed DT & TT in BC -Splendor without ...

Head Smashed In

A travel blog entry by baumyj

20

... Canadian Mounted Police), which was not open until 10am.

We had been told this area is windy – and it is. We later went past lots of turbines. At ...

St Mary's and more Bear Hunting

A travel blog entry by dunbar2013

14

... average wage is $10.70 (yes and that's an adults rate). Check out some of the buildings really great craftsmanship. After leaving the township we went bush up another logging road into the wilderness and following the St Mary's river.

The boys did more rafting and we had lunch by the river that kept us mesmerised for hours. There is a photo of the big bag of marshmallow that Kavan and Mindy brought huge! We had these little treats roasted over the open ...

Cranbrook: Gateway to the Kootenay Rockies

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... anywhere else in B.C.).

Named after a town in England, the areas was inhabited for dozens of centuries by First Nation's people (Kootenay tribe). The first white folks in the region were miners and pioneers in the 1860s; by the late 19th century, Canada Pacific Railways built its rails to and a terminal in Cranbrook, bypassing nearby Fort Steele. Today Cranbrook remains a railway town, ...

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This hotel, located on 1908 Cranbrook St N, Cranbrook, is near St. Eugene Mission Golf Course and Canadian Museum of Rail Travel.
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