Moose Woodland Chalet

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

Rocky Mountain High!

A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 25, 2014

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... Indian (from India) students.

Genny met us, and then it was off to a superduper food market for some supplies as we were leaving for Banff on Thursday morning. Blueberries cheap as chips, many varieties of vegetables and other items. Saw some NZ product, but no Aussie stuff. How does peanut butter and chocolate (together in the same container) sound? Lots of different sorts of breakfast cereals, snacks. I suppose there ...

The kids are packed and ready for take-off

A travel blog entry by cdrewitz on Nov 12, 2013


... big climbs (see?). Kevan's broken arm eventually led us to alpine trails in Revelstoke, down to Rossland to ride the 7 summits, dropped off via float plane in the Chilcotin mountains and countless rides with great friends across the province, and even back in Ontario. And now, the Himalayas.

There will likely be less buses that desert us at border crossings since we're actually going on a guided bike tour (!) (you read that right) for the first ...

Day 12 Monday 19-8-13 Kamloops to Vancouver

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Aug 19, 2013

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Our trip today was the second leg of the Mountaineer train, from Kamloops to Vancouver, through the canyons, following the Thompson river today, yesterday we followed the Frazer river, today we saw where they meet, green water meets brown water showing the difference in colour due to the course it runs. The canyons had amazing colours from greys to oranges,bare mountains with little vegetation but each still displaying its own ...

Rocky mountaineer

A travel blog entry by normdi on Jul 08, 2013

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... parts along the way reminded us of Central Otago but with sage covering the hillsides in place of the thyme. One part of the river was named Hells Gate where the river had been reduced by a slip to about a third of what it was and had more volume of water going through there than the Niagra Falls. Must away have some sleep now as can,t have a nap along the way ...too much to see. Looking forward to being in Banff tomorrow night. Love to all Norm & Di ...

The wide angle lens

A travel blog entry by alkalain on Mar 23, 2013

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As I opened the blind this morning, I realise we are at the tail end of the Rockies. Being twelve hours late, we passed through the famous mountain range while we where sound asleep. The night was again filled with dreams, like hearing strange, slow percussion and chanting, in that inbetween phase of sleep and lucidity. The spookyness of the sounds made me try and escape it by flying upwards into ...

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