The Bavarian Lodge

Address: Harrwood Drive, Blue River, British Columbia, V0E 1J0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Harrwood Drive, Blue River.
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Travel Blogs from Blue River

Jasper to Blue River

A travel blog entry by reade on May 21, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... various other "critters" . We still haven't seen a moose in the wild yet, but they are very elusive and well camouflaged. We did spend about 10 minutes or so silently floating watching a female silver tipped black bear. She was just going about her business foraging for food. She seemed totally unaware of us. Magic !!The accommodation tonight is log cabins, we are sharing with the Aylmore's. Very ...

Long day

A travel blog entry by erin2014 on Jun 28, 2014

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... We must have been there for 2 hours. After that we stooped in jasper for gas then drove 205km to blue spruce campground. Wow what a dump. But the boys seem to like the tipi idea. It's been raining pretty much since we unloaded the vehicle so we are now sitting in a restaurant eating supper. Was a little to wet to start a ...

Paddle Murtle Paradise

A travel blog entry by yielef on Jul 22, 2012

Hi All, We just finished a 5 day canoe trip on Murtle Lake in Blue RIver (8 of us in our group) in Wells Gray Provincial Park. Weather was great! (sunny and hi twenties for the most of our trip) After a narrow, winding, 27 km gravel road ride, we parked the vehicles and started a 2.5 km portage of our 4 canoes (on carts) to the canoe launch on Murtle Lagoon. Murrlt Lake is world reknown for its 100 km shoreline of peace, solitude and beauty. ...

Horses at wells gray

A travel blog entry by shiverglass on Jun 19, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

19th Soooo camp is once again packed away and off we go. There's been a bit of tension in the group, but these things happen considering we a together none stop, and not everyone is going to get on well. We headed to mount Robson for a look but you couldnt even see the top, it was so cloudy... Heck you couldn't see the bottom of it! Then we went to see another waterfall. Rearguard falls, which is the upper limit of the salmon migrations! Finally we saw a ...

Wells Grey Provincial Park

A travel blog entry by mtrm on Aug 28, 2011

3 photos

the Czech translation below, český překlad dole

EN: In Kamloops we first visited BC wildlife refugee with many kind of wild animals living in Canadian wilderness. In Kamloops we refilled our food and gas and continued futher northward switching to hwy number 5 here towards to Jasper. We stopped in Wells Grey Provincial Park which we wanted to explore a bit. During the very hot day we stopped at the lakes and cooled down a bit ...

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