Ramada Pincher Creek
The reviews for the Ramada in Pincher Creek are largely positive. This is the place to stay for anyone visiting Alberta for its skiing, as it's temptingly close to a vareity of excellent skiing locations. The pet-friendly hotel has free Wi-Fi, plus rooms that offer kitchenettes, fridges, microwaves, and big beds. Free breakfasts help guests save money, and children under 17 years of age stay for free. Former visitors are also fans of the indoor pool, the hot tub, and the water slide. A fitness center even offers the opportunity to workout away from the slopes?or get in shape for them.
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Nice place, very clean and bed was very comfortable
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Drove from Calgary to Waterton National Park today. Passed by the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, Heritage Site. Spotted a couple of young Elk. The landscape was dotted with hundreds of Turbines. Stopped at Pincher Creek for a cuppa. Saw some Buffalo. Entered the national park and got some some beautiful pics at Red Rock Canyon and spotted a few big …
... with Esa, Tim, Tristian and
Liliane who managed the feat to the summit (as well as that of Mt.
Albert in the fall), on her own. For her birthday, Tristian and I
rode with Alpine Stables to Vimy Ridge, in Waterton. It involved a
three hour ride and a scramble which was a little unnerving but
offered rewarding views of the lakes, mountains and town site. In
July, Liliane was asked to be the flower girl for Lindsey and Derek's
beautiful wedding in Banff. ...
... Prince Rupert we watched with some dismay as the temperatures across Canada plummeted and it started to snow across large areas of the country. We had ridden in the snow many times in Morocco and Europe and the cold didn't usually bother us but Jo had picked up a chest infection after our Vancouver Island drenching and a long day in the bitter cold didn't seem like a good idea. We rigged for wet and cold running and made sure our electric nickers ...
... gift shops. It’s not at all tacky, and it seems quite charming. There’s a school, and ball fields, and an outdoor theater in the park schedule for the summer. (It also has a golf course, which seems really weird given how much they abuse the environment to keep the grass green, etc, but the funny thing was it was the entrance to the golf course where I saw bears twice today!). This is not at all the U.S. model for National Parks, but ...
... the Carthew Anderson Trail... Had a little picnic at the top, and did some pretty dangerous climbing across the scree (a word I wasn't that familiar with but it seems now I'm also part of the walking elite :P) Nearly fell all the way down said scree as one of the large rocks totally crumbled beneath my feet, which would have been a bit ****, also dropped my camera which was definitely **** as also meant I had precariously climb down even further and recover it. Got ...