Moose Woodland Chalet

Address: Wells Gray Wilderness Park, Kamloops, British Columbia, VOE1NO, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the City Center area of Kamloops, is near Tobiano Golf Course, Kamloops Heritage Railway - Steam Train, Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park, and Lac le Jeune.
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Travel Blogs from Kamloops

The Party Whirl.

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... hill as they are all waiting for the snow now. I was looking for beaver but didn't find anything but did get the Dall sheep on Mt Paul on the way, a bear and two cubs on the ski slopes,a fox in a paddock eyeing off some deer and then a fawn and it's mother. Not bad for one day.
I stopped at Heffley Lake and the reflections in the water were pretty cool. I had always driven past it and never bothered to look.


Aboard the Rocky Mountaineer!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 20, 2014

... the chef brought up some freshly baked cookies to soothe our stomachs. We eventually pulled into Kamloops at about 9.30pm, past the Roman Catholic church and the war cemetery, and drew into the station to the salute of the local mounted police.

Off the train and onto the coach, we were at the hotel within 15 minutes. They had already pre-checked us in and given us our keys and the luggage was already in our room. It’s been a long day so time for some ...

Banff and Kamloops- Rocky Mountain High

A travel blog entry by pamrich on Jun 05, 2014

10 photos

... but only 2 are fertilised and grow to salmons, pretty poor odds! Once the salmon do their thing they die and allegedly the river is red with the dying fish, which are then cleaned up by all kinds of wildlife, including bears. The circle of life indeed! We had a short stay in Kamloops which seems to be a mainly commercial area and set off for Vancouver seeing deer, bald eagles and mountain sheep scattered along the way, with quite ...

The kids are packed and ready for take-off

A travel blog entry by cdrewitz on Nov 12, 2013


... the extra small detail that Nepal is about to have its second election in history and the country is at a bit of a .... standstill. No schools open, no markets, no transportation, and a couple of angry people. We are hoping they don't extend the planned airport shutdown to our arrival date.

So off we go, with kids Trek and Santa Cruz in tow, to show them the majestic Himalayas. Fingers crossed the Nepalese Army keeps the Kathmandu airport open for us.

Rocky Mountaineer

A travel blog entry by gptimson on Sep 29, 2013

8 photos

... be stunning. We also continued to be lucky with the weather, both days were clear so we had perfect views of the countryside. We travelled in Gold-leaf class which means we sat upstairs in a domed train with a glass roof so we had uninterrupted views. At meal times we headed downstairs in to a dining area with large windows, white table linen, flowers on the table and excellent weight staff and chefs. As we've heard, the food is a feature of the Rocky Mountaineer. It was superb, with ...