Delta Lodge at Kananaskis
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Lodge at Kananaskis Kananaskis Village
We went for the upgrade to The Signature Club for $50 extra per night. Made for a pretty expensive stay but Delta is always special for us. Everything was fine but the wireless internet worked better in the lobby at the lodge than in the room.
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... Lougheed Park, with wonderful views of the Kananaskis Mountains.
Alan saw a bear along a river early in the ride, and later we came across a number of Dall sheep licking salt from the road. We also saw many cattle alongside the road, roaming freely with no fences.
On our break, we stopped by the side of the river, under the face of a high cliff, and Alan brewed us some green tea with an apple and trail mix. This was fantastic!
The three of us went for a drive this morning on the Kananaskis Trail. A mostly gravel road along the next valley over from Canmore. Saw a bear along the road side today, a grizzly. Beautiful scenery, not a lot of wildlife though. We went into ...
We ended up changing our plan from the original being a hike/camp trip in Kananaksis to finding a lovely campsite on Spray Lake about 20minutes outside Canmore. We were a bit disappointed at not being able to head back into the Kananaskis area for more hiking but knew Axel probably shouldn't do anymore. Once we found this campsite nestled on Spray Lake surrounded by the Rockies we knew we were satisfied here and were sure we'd find some adventure ...
... to come with you in the tent besides sleeping gear.
It must have been all that fresh air and long hike but we retired early that night and slept well.
The next day I woke before the sun rose and got outside to make coffee and watch the sun rise over the mountains. It was truly a moment I won't soon forget, sitting there with Axel beside me, coffee in hand, the silence of the Rocky Mountains and watching the sun make its way over these towering mountains to ...
... at the site in Boulton Creek, inside of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park just after 7. The boys went exploring in the woods around us while we made camp and prepared some gourmet dogs. Another camper requested meal. A long, busy day and the RV fell silent just after 10. The only thing is I'll have to wait until tomorrow to post as we have no reception or cell service. A very happy Canada Day for us, we hope you had one ...