Powder Springs Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Revelstoke
... to head back to the mosquito-free sanctuary of the Burrow and make our way to our campground for the night, Blanket Creek, which was some 25km south of Revelstoke. We arrived without incident, but due to the proximity of the campground to the huge lake behind us and our earlier run-ins with mosquitos, we elected to miss out on a walk along the lakefront and instead had tea and chilled out in the van before turning in for the night.
... It was a grueling challenge and one of the hardest walks I’ve ever done. The descent took almost as long as the ascent it was so steep. A 12km round trip took the best part of 9 hours, needless to say we slept well that night.
The following day was a rest day so we headed back to Martha Creek. On route we stopped for a tour of the Revelstoke Dam – It was huge and quite ...
... in the light.
Before hitting the highway westward the next day we dropped by the local farmers market for some fresh veges from the Mennonite farmers and visited Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site situated on the North Saskatchewan River. This site is significant because of the trading activities by the Hudson Bay and North West Trading Companies traded with nine first nations groups ...
... We couldn’t believe how many mountain bikers also took their bikes up by gondola and literally rode down the face of the mountain, following narrow paths and taking jumps all along the way. Crazy!
After lunch, we hiked between the two mountaintops. We could see 360 degrees all the way around. At one point, the path was very narrow and gravelly, but we saw such wonderful panoramas it was well worth the excitement. ...
... developed. In the last few years, they have started to develop a ski resort, but again designed completely for advanced and expert skiers. Only black diamonds and double diamonds to be found. In the last year or so, they have added some beginning training areas at the very base of the mountain. Chris was excited as anything to be skiing here, and I was still fairly undecided about whether or not I would ski this morning. ...