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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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Pincher Creek
Nice place, very clean and bed was very comfortable
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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek
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 …
Tuesday, December 23,
Dear family and friends,
I am grateful and love
that, despite the fact that there are just “two sleeps” before
Christmas, you will receive our Christmas blog on time! As I write to
you, the sun is just rising and the rest of our little family is
sleeping peacefully again, having each taken their dose of cough
syrup...the season of giving began early this year... could be worse!
Despite all our bravado, Team Elephant can be decidedly woosey when it comes to weather. Although we don't let our schedule be dictated by weather, and we tend to get on and do what we had planned without regard to the weather, I am often guided by some advice my father gave me as a young man. One fractious night in the bar of a country pub, when I was about to slip off the bar stool at the invitation of a local, he put his hand on my arm and ...
Driving within the park at 6:30 am we came upon 4 goats. You'll get a "kick" out of the photos of these wild critters.
Later that morning we climbed the Bears Hump, a steep trail that provides an overview of the Waterton Lakes and town. At 9:30 in the ...
... before I realized it. What made it tolerable was meeting a nice couple from Phoenix that did the exact same thing. We had a nice conversation during the mile of back-tracking (their bucket-list includes staying in every National Park Lodge in the U.S. They included the Prince of Wales Lodge in Waterton, which they report – regrettably – is the most expensive lodge they’ve found so far!). Finally found the falls, which were ...