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Travel Blogs from Revelstoke
We decided since the bugs were so bad we'd get up early and hit up a bakery in Jasper for some breakfast. The bakery was highly recommended in our lonely planet guide book.
From there we headed back down the Icefield Parkway towards BC. One of the park staff said to us "oh you are going the long way to BC" - it was worth it. Although we …
On the way to Revelstoke, my 4th time by the way. Why do I like this town? Maybe it reminds me a little bit on a sleepy town in the swiss mountains. Otherwise, no idea, it seems to be a riddle to me.
The next morning we filled up gas in the, I guess, cheapest Gas-Station in whole Canada. 1.07 dollar a liter!!!
On the way to Kaledon we …
The decision was made, Sunday would be a travel day up to Revelstoke (called Revy by the local bearded skiers) and we were really looking forward to the drive. Goodbye Whitewater we will miss you.
After catching up on blog entries, grabbing our usual veggie breaky (I'm really concerned about my meat intake on this trip), popping to Walmart …
Move from the prim and proper sunpeaks to the gritty and more character town of Revelstoke from a 2 bed appt to a 2x4metre box room in the sunseeker hostel.
Known for the heliskiing, Revelstoke is nestled in the expansive Kootney Mountains. While in the area we went to Halcyon Hot Springs, snowboarded at the small local resort Powder Springs, which is planning a huge expansion. Revelstoke is a happening town, friendly people. The aquatic center was a blast!
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking