Powder Springs Inn

Address: 200 Third Street West, Revelstoke, British Columbia, V0E 2S0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 200 Third Street West, Revelstoke, is near Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Mount Revelstoke National Park, Revelstoke Railway Museum, and Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail.
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      A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... work, they know an awful lot about avalanches here!!  We passed through many avalanche tunnels which the kids loved, especially with trees on top. It is in a valley, the Columbia River Valley, surrounded by huge mountains and ski fields galore. We dropped Conrad off for a bit of a walk in the trees and went downtown, not much there but did manage to find some delicious steamed milk, Cam had toasted marshmallow flavour, Matty white chocolate and ...

      Glacier Provencial Park Canada

      A travel blog entry by lktaylor731 on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... isn't a good trait!!! :)Cheryl Smyth We're both a long way from there now, but in different directions - physically and mentally.Linda Taylor Now a long way from Winnipeg West!!Carolyn Nicastro Pendergrass Looks like you made a good friend! I know you are having a great time!Linda Taylor Thank you I love it!!! I made another friend ...

      The Reason We Drove 3700 Kilometers

      A travel blog entry by josie.scott on May 30, 2013

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      We are in Revelstroke, BC, Canada. We drove from Calgary, and made good time. We stopped at Banff to look around and have lunch, and we stopped again at Lake Louise. But all of this beauty exacted a toll.

      The drive cannot be described. It is beautiful and wonderful. The mountains are rugged, but the green, tall trees soften their severity. The road is challenging, but the RV, with Brian at the helm, handled them well.

      When we ...

      Animals alive or stuffed

      A travel blog entry by vonandjuns on Sep 13, 2012

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      ... by the time we arrived. Great and very scenic drive passing Spiral Tunnels which is where the Canadian Pacific Railway has some incredible history and engineering. Kicking Horse Pass and Rogers Pass being key high points through the mountains. The spiral tunnels were a solution to incredibly steep track of the original rail route through the mountain passes where numerous trains crashed coming so fast down the steep descent which was something like 45 metros in every kilometer ...

      Stoked for Revelstoke

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 24, 2012

      38 photos

      ... of the town and it was a very pretty location. We camped right on the lake and set up our cooking gear to make chilli for dinner. It was really nice to relax outdoors and we even took a short walk around the lake to the waterfall on the other side. We drove into town for a quick beer at the sports bar before taking to the sleeping bags.

      The next morning everyone was up bright and early for breakfast and we had another look at the town centre which was very small. ...