Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town Revelstoke
We didn't stay there but drove by. It looked beautiful, almost Swiss in style.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town Revelstoke
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... long, not too deep but still a big lake to drive down one side, around the bottom through Penticton and up the other side to Naramata. One quirky place we stopped on the way was Log Cabin, it was an interesting bizarre place! Full of dinosaur statues, little gardens, gift shop and food hall. Run by Mennonites it was a pleasure to stop and check it out. The kids' (and my) favourite was the goat walkway where you could buy some feed for them, put it in a ...
... peed in the bush, and attempted to put the car back together! (Which proved to be a difficult task!) It took is about an hour and a half to get eaten and washed and organized again but as I'm writing this, we are on the road on our way to Calgary, hopefully getting there around 2ish. We will probably stop for a hike in Banff. Mom and gill are doing on the road work puts as we speak... I never thought slim shady could sound so good at 8am. Having a great time! ...
... Statistics say about snow fall from 12 to 18 meters per season! Although Revy is located on the shores of Lake Revelstoke at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level, there is sometimes so much snow as nowhere else. Storms with half a meter snow fall overnight is not unusual.
I could not leave Canada without at least brief come to Revy, so I managed my time to have here few days for decent skiing. I left farm in Wetaskiwin Tuesday morning by driving ...
... store that Tom had discovered the week before. Lunch was at Emerald Lake which was a gorgeous place except for the 40 000 bees and the 30 Aussies that arrived on their Scenic tour.
This drive took us through Glacier National Park and Mt Revelstoke National Park. It was beautiful countryside, steep Rocky Mountains and thick forests. We made a few stops and walked some board walks and arrived at the Lamplighter Campground at about 5pm.
The Lamplighter was a ...
... in the evenings and nights, we can talk to the bikers who come here about the best trails, and they are usually beautiful places. Tonight's spot is backed up by a creek which we can listen to as we fall asleep - and there are not too many mosquitos (thank goodness!). We went on an awesome 2 hr ride right from our 'campsite' which took us on my favorite trail so far called 'Flowdown'. As the name suggests it just kept going downhill with heaps of flowing track which ...