Powder Springs Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Revelstoke
... many more green grassy patches and the trees were varying shades of green rather than the deep green along the Icefields. There seemed to be less tundra area before the snow capped peaks. It was rather pretty, despite a bit of stress about the fuel gauge.
With the help of our trusty GPS (Gypsy) we easily found our accommodation, Guesthouse Mountain Escape, after many turns. On arrival we were greeted with a bit of a blank look. It had been a year since I ...
... br> Number of other touring cyclists encountered 57 (all but 4 going in the opposite direction).
Number of new friends made, countless.
The statistics are the easy part, however over the last 61 days I've also been through a full spectrum of emotions. Anger, frustration and tantrums at the wind, hills, heat, thunderstorms, hailstorms, oh and did I mention the wind....?
Tears and utter exhaustion after cycling some ridiculously tough days, finishing when there ...
... starting without us spraying pure ether in every morning which Matt is going to look at soon - we have to keep her tip top to sell her to the highest bidder in just 2 months :-) Arrived in Revelstoke on a hot and humid afternoon, and after a quick stop to fill up the water tank and empty the grey water tank we were off towards another trailhead and hopefully another free camping spot - which I am writing to you all from now. It's the perfect location, nobody ...
... where we thought the trail head would be! We woke up to a beautiful Saturday morning and it did not take us long to find the logging road we were looking for the night before.
The 11 km hike into Standard Basin was a beautiful hike, it took us just under three and a half hours to get to the cabin. We enjoyed the hike, it was a good variety of terrain from hiking through some open meadows to some steep ...
Months ago we decided that once we had everything organised, it would be good to do a practice run to a place which wasn't on the roadtrip just so we could hang out with a few people who wouldn't be coming along the way. Originally that was planned for Kylie and Adam, although Kylie was busy packing so Christian filled in for her instead. I had only slept through Revelstoke on the Greyhound from Kamloops to Banff during the night, so I thought it would ...