Waterton Lakes Lodge

101 Clematis Avenue, Waterton Lakes National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0K 2M0, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park

Thanksgiving and Thanks for the Weather

A travel blog entry by fritz51


... jobs to be done, the vehicles and equipment stored by others and the buildings from a film set that they bought for $1. Such a pleasure for us to pend some time with Holly; a beautiful person.
The drive down to Waterton didn't go exactly as planned direction wise; we ended up heading down Highway 2 but it was a good drive over the Alberta prairie country. We stopped to buy food to cook up in our accommodation. My bad; no cooking facilities. Yvonne was not ...

Two days of beautiful scenery

A travel blog entry by bena.maryellen


... and to see the beautiful lake, then headed on toward West Glacier. At Avalanche Creek campground, we stopped and walked the Trail of the Cedars, a beautiful, peaceful walk through cedars and other types of large trees. It was very quiet, peaceful and lush. We walked most of the trail on a wooden deck.
We made one more stop at Apgar Village, then headed here to Kalispell for the night. Tomorrow we head to ...

Day 60 - Waterton Lakes National Park

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... I climbed an outside metal staircase. Still windy but I got the pictures I wanted. When I approached the back of the hotel, a wind tunnel is precisely what I found. The wind was so strong I had to face it at a 45 degree angle just to cut through it. I decided my photos from the metal stairs were enough.

Bear Hump is a fun sounding hike. Mike asked to do it yesterday but I wanted to see Rock Canyon first and the waterfalls. So ...

Day 59 - Waterton Lakes National Park

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... limited in the cave and thought death was preferable to not knowing what else life held beyond their cave. And she looked outside the cave.

She saw sunlight and colors and felt wind and was afraid. This was unlike anything she had experienced or felt capable of handling. Yet a moment later she felt the warmth of the sun and she realized that the wind did not harm her. And then she got eaten by a saber tooth tiger and the people ...

Day 58 - Waterton Lakes National Park, AB, CA

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... to our entering. We both laughed though. He did catch me off guardJ

Mike made a comment about the Flames and the conversation turned to hockey. They compared on notes on the Flyers and Flames, neither had a good year. We soon passed through stopping at the Alberta welcome sign for pictures and to carve our names in the wooden beams. As we walked through the grass hundreds of moths became airborne and then stopped until we got to our next step. ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 101 Clematis Avenue, Waterton Lakes National Park, is near Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Cameron Lake, Waterton Inter-Nation Shoreline Cruise Co., and Upper Waterton Lake.
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