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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsRevelstoke Lodge
What an amazing place!
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... a fine, swaying, mountain road through a stunning landscape so deserted it seems incongruous in a country with such a large population. We didn't see our first bear, but deer were common enough for us to moderate our speed and we dropped down into the valley of the Skagit River and the muggy wet of a lowlands summer in the North West.
We eventually ambled up to the Canadian border feeling more relaxed about a border crossing ...
... they'd had made of some bear paws. Wow, these just indicate how scarily massive these animals can be...
We caught the chairlift back down to the base and headed into Golden to have a look around and grab a bite to eat before we departed for Revelstoke. Downtown Golden is quite a charming little town and there is a beautiful wooden bridge which is the longest freestanding timber bridge in Canada. We had a wander over the bridge ...
... vět. Naposledy jsme se v Revy u Jardy zastavili na začátku léta, to když jsme se chystali na dlouhou cestu na východ Kanady do Ontaria setkat se s našimi rodiči. Škoda jen, že tu nemůže být se mnou opět Romča. O našem letním pobytu tady se můžete dočíst zde: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/mtrm/1/1374325355/tpod.html?view =preview
Nelenil jsem a lyžoval. Pár dní ...
... of complex calculations based on weight, speed, the alignment of the planets, worked out that I need to consume approximately 770 calories an hour whilst cycling (with another 1200+ a day for general functioning).
Put in simple terms that's 1.7 donuts an hour (Tim Horton's maple frosted are my current favourite there).
It surprised me how much fuel I actually need. I'm a grazer by nature, preferring to eat little and often, and at home, I have a pretty healthy diet, low in ...
... a day of hiking and evening frisbee it was back to the truck stop.
The following morning we swum in the lake again, did some trip research, and then headed 20km out of town to a glacier fed dam reservoir – Martha Creek. It was a wonderful location with clear but somewhat crisp water.
We had planned to hike Mt Bigby the following day - a 6km hike up with 1.3km elevation ...