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Travel Blogs from Revelstoke
Today was the start of our journey into the rockies. Ro was so excited to revisit this beautiful region and for me to experience it for the very first time. We woke up early keen to get on the road as soon as possible as we knew we had a long journey ahead. To ensure we had more time in the key areas, that is Banff, Jasper and Lake Louise, we needed to cover some serious kilometers this first day. We picked up our car, a black VW sedan called Walter, from the car ...
... amazing experience, and really living this dream holiday. Bessy, the bikes, my amazing traveling companion, and all the hard work which goes into building and maintaining these trails we love so much I am truly grateful for. The trails are so good in Revelstoke we will spend another night before heading to Vernon, the next biking town as we continue our journey West towards the creme-de-la-creme, the pinnacle, the holy-grail of mountain bike riding destinations. ...
... get dark we packed it up, and asked a local for recommendations for dinner. We ended up going to a nice little pub that had it's own brewery - the menu was so big, and the food was great.
19 Apr - trip down to Nakusp with Antony, Chase and Aiden. About 10 minutes south of Nakusp town, Antony found some mountain bike trails that he had been told about. The track from the main road was very narrow and bumpy but the Safari managed to make it up. I was the shuttle driver for the ...
... kilometers away and were soon snowed upon. And it was so cold. Surprisingly I did not mind the gondola ride up and down the mountain.
In the parking lot we spoke to a bus driver from Brewster Tours. He became quite excited when we told him we owned the motorhome parked near his bus. He and his wife are in the market for a motorhome so we gave him a tour and ended up spending half an hour talking ...
... hills above the campground, with character deserved of its 60 or 70 year heritage. After a nice catch-up visit, we drove back down to downtown for a look around, and discovered a Wednesday street market on the main drag. It was the standard street market kind of stuff, some vegetable and baked goods booths, the usual handmade jewelry and fabric goods, the odd environmental group or two, but fun for people watching and buying a few picnic supplies.
Last evening we remembered ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed