Delta Lodge at Kananaskis
Travel Blogs from Kananaskis Village
Friday 11 October
We were told to try to catch the sunrise on the mountains; we were a little bit late to see it at the top but we got a view of the gold sunshine partway down the mountain. We went into Canmore again for another short look around and a morning coffee; this time at Good Earth Café. Had a lovely drive to Kananaskis in beautiful …
DAY 35 FRIDAY 1 JULY
Canada Day!! Setting off from Calgary mid morning we encountered a lot of traffic heading west to the glorious Rockies for the long weekend. We hadn't driven to the Rockies from the east before so it was a new experience and still amazing as you get closer and see what is a beautiful landscape. Parts of the trip were slow …
... So the chances of you seeing animals here is excellent, especially Bighorn Sheep (I've always encountered at least one herd of bighorns on my trips here). For that reason, drive with extra caution on these roads.
Located in the mid part of Kananaskis country you'll find Highwood Pass, which at about 7200' (2200 meters) above sea level is ...
... together (well, actually, Kara had met him last year when she worked briefly where they live, but I digress...). Sarah spends her summers in the lookout tower and the little apartment below it (kitchen and bedroom) by herself from mid-May until the end of September. As I said, her husband visits her when he can, but there are certainly large stretches of time alone. She does have her dog Josee there with her so that's wonderful. Josee is a one year old border ...
... AND I will be home a couple of days earlier than planned.
It's still raining pretty good outside. So I am warm nice and dry doing laundry and catching up on here. LOL
Tomorrow is suppose to be dry. Really hope so because I have a lot of ground to make up for and these mountain roads are not flat and straight which is definitely how I like it but not in the pouring rain.
Only 327 miles today but felt like 600.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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