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

Headed for the border

A travel blog entry by zumwalt on Sep 09, 2014

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... as I did not want to get out. I didn't bring winter clothes to speak of.

we had dinner at an Italian restaurant and while it was good it was not Chez Glenn quality.

we have plans for leisurely travel home and are deciding where to stop next so stay tuned.

Aboard the Rocky Mountaineer!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 20, 2014

... River behind and follow the Thompson from now on.

We have left behind the temperate climate and rainforests of Vancouver and are now in hot, arid desert area. In Rainbow Canyon the minerals in the rocks reflect many colours giving the canyon a painted look. Copper turns green and purple when oxidised while iron turns orange and red and the yellow is due to sulphur deposits. The banks of the Thompson River become quite steep round here and the ...

Up late in Jasper

A travel blog entry by jenny_s on Jun 15, 2014

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... was bright and was a lovely finish for the day. Kamloops started out as Fur trading post, then came the gold and timber after that, rail and then farming/beef.
Kamloops is Canada's only desert, you can tell by the salt bush about, and because the guide mentioned it. It is a green desert.30 C degrees last week.5 C degrees today.
Wonder what tomorrow will bring? Lots of pictures for those of you hanging out! Lol xx ...

And We're Off!

A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Nov 13, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... Kamloops behind. The further west we went, the colder and darker the weather became. At the summit of the Coquihalla, it was cold, overcast, and wet but as we dropped down over the other side of the summit, the rain stopped. By the time we reached Vancouver it was much warmer and lightly overcast. Hopefully, it stays like this until Friday, when we leave on the train. Tomorrow, we'll just be visiting the family members down here, filling the time until we actually start on our ...

Rocky Mountaineer train to Kamloops

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Aug 16, 2013

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... t usually seen in this first section, but some people were lucky enough to see this one and John managed to get this shot as it moved over behind the bushes - I still have to see my first bear! but they tell us we should do so when we get up to Jasper.
Now today hasn't really been as we envisaged: ...