Wells Gray Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We didn't really know what to expect of this little town. We couldn't find out much information before we arrived and only knew that our cabin was some distance out of town. A visit to the Visitors' Centre gave us the impression that the area was most recognised for its waterfalls. Well, that's exactly right! Our cabin was in the middle of the forest and all we could hear was the stream running at the edge of the property and the ...
We headed to Clearwater Provincial Park early in the morning. Our first stop was at a small coffee shop for some large and much needed coffees & a gluten free treat to share. There were a few things we needed to pick up (camera SD card, fruit, Lenny treats, some chicken...) so we decided to stop in Kelowna at the Wal-Mart there. Because it was extremely hot out Rob sent me in with his credit card with the instructions to "not buy a ...
This morning we all woke up early ready for horse riding Dylan was very grumpy because he was tired.
Once we all got in the car we set off to Vavenby. It was a whole hour for the journey but when we arrived and saw the horses we all cheered up. We heard chickens clucking in their pen and we saw the horses tied up outside their stable. The french girl working there said there were 14 horses altogether, 12 were girls. Sarah wholes ranch it is sorted us out cowboy ...
Today was a long day, but filled with spectacular scenery, waterfalls, pine trees and nature. We left Kamloops and drove to Wells Gray Provincial Park, Clearwater. We stopped at the Wells Gray information Centre and Joanne and I bought a cap each. We had lunch in the nearby park. Then we were off to see five waterfalls - Spahats Falls, The Mushbowl, Dawson Falls, Helmcken Falls and after a quick dip in Clearwater Lake - for Julie and Michelle - the final waterfall ...
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The Caribou Mountains were south of us as we went east and then west of us as we turned south. We could see the low areas but very few peaks. There was one place just as we turned south that I thought I could get a nice picture of the Rocky Mtn Peaks to our east (where Jasper is), but the ...