Silver Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Banff National Park, and Canmore is the nearest town outside the park.
We get another stone fly up and crack the windscreen. The third crack now. There's no hiding this when we take the hire car back. The car was brand new when we picked it up. It now has three cracks in the windscreen, mud sprayed up the side of the car, mud and gravel in the footwells and dead insects splatted all over the front of the car. The hire company are going to love ...
... cross our minds that maybe we should have another go at skiing while we were living in Canada...then sanity prevailed and we decided we were much more suited to apres skiing and so had another drink!
We took the shuttle back to the Fairmont got our hire car and headed back to our hotel for our last night in LL.
The next morning we left early for us! (8.30am) and after scraping the ice off the car we headed back to the Bow Valley in the hope that ...
Our generous hosts, John and Monica had to get back to Calgary today before heading on to Naramata where we will meet them Saturday.
Everyone was a bit tired today and our main goal was to be home for Ashton to have a sleep this afternoon! We left mid morning to the great metropolis of Canmore to wander main street. There were many things to look at and a few temptations for ...
... for a wild ride into Canmore.
We met up with Gerald early the next morning and after some Timmies headed into the Icefields parkway to reach our objective for the day....Castle Mountain.
This is a big mother of a mountain and makes for a long but enjoyable day of hiking with a few scrambles of moderate difficulty.The approach passes through a forest and two lakes, but the really memorable part is making your way along the ledge ...
... Saltlik for an excellent rib feast. Our last day in Banff we took the advice of a couple of locals we had met and headed out to Johnston Canyon. Again it was raining and cold but by this point we were getting used to it and we didn't want to miss out on any of the sights. The canyon is made up of 2 waterfalls, an upper and a lower. The upper being a spectacular 30 meters high. But it's the walk to these two falls that make this place special, it starts of with a ...