Delta Hotels by Marriott Kananaskis Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Hotels by Marriott Kananaskis Lodge 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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... feels better. The Dr said I could now bind it but I don't think it'll look like one of those dainty Chinese bound feet. The other 2girls in the front of the bus were grateful for the blanket over our knees on the journey home; I think I might start a trend this week. The day then improved as the sun came out and we nearly had roadkill for dinner- a moose was crossing the road (no, that's not the beginning of a joke), with her huge ...
... 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!
... more beautiful towering mountains well above the pass height. Kat who was Bruce and Angie's friend was very knowledgeable of the wild flowers that were out in bloom. We went back down the road a little for our walk up to elbow Lake , while this was strenuous for the first part of the climb , it levelled out to this natural formed lake with clear blue water , ...
We stayed overnight at a provincial park. It was much more isolated then the other camp grounds we'd stayed at on the trip. We had taken a less travelled route through western edge of Aberta and so found a much nicer campground. I guess I should define "nicer". Because it was certainly lacking the amenities but the campground had more tea between sites and no highway or road noise. After our loud night in Wapiti, this was a nice ...
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 ...