Red Tree Lodge

Address: 1101 7th Avenue, Fernie, British Columbia, V0B 1M0, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1101 7th Avenue, Fernie, is near Fernie Alpine Resort and Sacred Rides.
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    Travel Blogs from Fernie

    Mountains and valleys along Highway 3

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 25, 2015

    5 photos

    Continuing along Hwy 3 there's lots of ups and downs as we climb mountain passes and negotiate lush valleys. Fruits and veggies abound. It is really hot.
    A little pullout by the highway beckons. Lake Erie, hardly large enough to spit across but there are birds here. A big flock of CANADA GEESE congregate on the other side, probably lots of this years birds in the mix. Along ...

    Showing our age

    A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on May 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... had found that morning. Poor Indie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After approx. 4 or more baths he was shunned to the garage for the night sleeping arrangement.

    After lots of laughs and a few drinks we set of the next day to Waterton Park in ...

    Day 11: Banff AB to Fernie BC

    A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jun 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... We found the surfing capital of Canada (Tofino), located the Gates to Hell (on the Frasier River Canyon), saw the town where they filmed Rambo: First Blood (Hope), saw Canada's largest copper mine (Copper Mountain), drove through Canada's Napa Valley (Okanogan Region), witnessed bear in their natural habitat, saw the devastation of the Mountain Pine Beetle, and found the ...

    Curling

    A travel blog entry by duffy26 on Feb 09, 2012

    3 photos

    ... the lane and guides the person who pushes the stone and then when the other teams stone goes past a certain point they can sweep to take the stone out.

    Our team was comprised of English people and the other team were a mix of nationalities so it really was England versus the world!!

    You play a number of ends (going from one end to the other and turning around and going the other way) and it works by whoever is closest to the middle of the circle wins. If the ...

    Kootenays & Cranbrook

    A travel blog entry by ifphoto on Oct 11, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to their generous hospitality.
    We drove towards the mountains and got back on the Trans-Canada highway. What a spectacular change in the landscape! If there was any doubt that we were in Canada, the amazing views of the Rockies confirmed that we were truly back. Just past Banff, and after a short sandwich break near Castle Mountain, we headed south, crossed The Continental Divide, and headed into the Kootenay National Park. Unfortunately it became cloudy ...