The Adventure Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Adventure Hotel Nelson
Friendly staff that will help with anything they can and are hangover sympathetic!
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... up staying the night camped out next to the road at the trailhead, warm with food, fire and belly laughs. It was a great start to my last section of the trail.
There was a cabin we had seen on the maps sitting 55 miles into the 100 mile section and we wanted to get there in 2 nights to make up for lost time. The first day we covered 31 miles (50 kilometers), then made up the rest the next day. We were so wrapped with ourselves but also pretty sore and fatigued ...
... Hall, and Roxanne's House. I grabbed some supper along Nelson’s main commerce strip, Baker Street, and headed to my motel to call it a night. Upon checking in, the friendly Nelson-native desk clerk gave me a few scouting tips for tomorrow morning for some more locations to visit before I leave town, so hopefully the weather and lighting gods will cooperate with some good photo ops.
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Ok folks just one final thing to mention, I awoke on Saturday morning to a strange disturbance in the hostel kitchen, a trespassing male was resisting arrest from a police officer. Having witnessed some of the struggle I ended up visiting the local station that afternoon to make a statement ... life sure is diverse in Nelson!
... out to try a new hill but all feel like Red is better. Just more glades and better terrain in general.
Since I didn't take too many photos at Whitewater, I'm just going to throw in some other pics from Red.
Adam & I have actually done a few double black diamonds the last couple of times out. I'm not saying we did them well, or very pretty, but we did ...
... he was making a left. Ok, I *had* noticed a sign for a couple of vineyards back there...I hung a U-turn and caught up. If you ever find yourself running from Penticton to Osoyoos on highway 97 south, *do this*!!! Get off the main road, and run along the parallel backroad. The scenery is even more stunning and all the vineyards are there.
We stopped at the Burrowing Owl Estate Winery. We met a couple from Ontario there, and the wonderful women working the sampler desk ...