Ripley Creek Inn

306 5th Avenue, Stewart, British Columbia, V0T-1W0, Canada | Inn
 

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Bear Spotting

A travel blog entry by fdpgl on Jul 28, 2014

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Stewart lijkt niet alleen het einde van de wereld, het is ook het einde van de wereld.

Gisteravond - zondag - op tripadviser een restaurant gezocht met goede commentaren. Kwamen we uiteindelijk in een tent - letterlijk - terecht met daaronder een kleine truck die dienst deed als keuken. Borden en bestek allemaal wegwerptoestanden en geen …

Way to Alaska

A travel blog entry by fdpgl on Jul 27, 2014

De dag begon al vroeg. Het gedokker van kofferwieltjes in de regengootjes die in het beton getrokken waren is een heel originele manier om gewekt te worden. Niet te vermijden als je kamer uitgeeft op een soort buitengang. Hoeft het nog gezegd dat het om bustoeristen" ging die mekaar vrolijk "Gute Morgen" toeriepen alsof ze alleen in de woestijn …

On the Cassiar Highway

A travel blog entry by jdswed

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... vehicle operators we saw today fared better.
There was also a semi truck off the road into a bog. No skid marks indicated to me that the driver must have fallen asleep. What a mess to clean up.
There are numerous places signed as moose crossing, and invariably there are huge blood smatters on the highway. Now I have seen a 5 Gallon bucket of paint spilled on the road and it doesn't cover nearly the square footage of these blood smears. I ...

Travel the Cassiar Highway, then 37A to Stewart

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

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... and off but the scenery was still beautiful. We also were lucky enough to see a total of 7 Black Bears along the side of the road including a Mum with her two small cubs!! so freakin cute. Our first stop on the Cassiar was the Boya Lake, which is one of the best Lakes to Canoe and Kayak in BC. It was only a short stop to have a look and a bit of a stretch before heading off again. We had to turn ...

So where are the bears??

A travel blog entry by amma

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... got back to the lava beds it was time to set up camp, so we stayed at the Provincial Park. It is a nice quiet park with good sites to camp in. Good place to stay.
This morning we left the park and headed up to Nass Camp. We had been told that the short cut to the Stewart Cassiar highway was no longer just for four wheel drive vehicles. Apparently it had been upgraded and we should be fine driving it in ...

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This inn, located on 306 5th Avenue, Stewart, is near Remote Passages, Fraser River Rafting, and Tumbler Ridge Museum.
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