Baker Creek Mountain Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaker Creek Mountain Resort Lake Louise
Great chalet about 15 minutes out of Lake Louise but worth the drive. Spacious cabin with gas fireplace and Jacuzzi in the main room! Pleasant balcony with forest / mountain views. Café / restaurant was great - especially the mussels! No TV and poor reception so very relaxing .... even had time for a jigsaw and cards! Staff were very friendly and attention to detail amazing .... only downside was no ironing board and plenty of mozzies!
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Day 19 (Thursday): Leisurely brekkie before our (very) short drive to Lake Louise. Worth taking the Bow Valley Parkway as soon as you can (not well sign posted - take the Castle Mountain turnoff about 5km from Banff). Stumbled upon an eagle's nest (eerie) above the bridge between Highway 1 and Cradle Mountain which nobody else seemed to notice ... …
... a combination of the two as there were eggs in a few different ways, bacon etc, seafood, roast meat, danishes, all sorts of things. I had more of a breakfast than lunch as I really enjoy the eggs benedict.
Headed off on our horse drawn sleigh ride along the lakeside trail enjoying the beautiful scenery. At the end, we turned around on the frozen lake and saw a ...
... Rae walked out of The Fox Hotel with a smile...a room for the night at last! Racing to the gondola with hunger pains and 5 million Japanese tourist buses to contend with, had us scrambling for the last remnants of food from Starbucks while waiting in a line 2 miles long to actually get on the gondola....! The view from the gondola and at the top of the mountain was again stunning. At the very top of the mountain is a cosmic weather station that was built in ...
... commanding them to stop and snap, barely pulling over for the massive RV's traveling on their bumpers. Seriously people...We were stuck in a traffic jam for 15 minutes because cars were stopped on the highway to take pictures of an elk eating some grass. (It was a pretty massive elk with a wicked rack on it). I guess I am lucky that I grew up in Northern Ontario and would see more wildlife in my backyard on any given day then I have seen ...
... station in the International Geophysical Year (1957-58). The Station was closed in 1978 and the building dismantled in 1981. On the Bow Valley floor below us there is diverse vegetation and a reliable water supply for over 220 resident or seasonal wildlife species. The Vermilion Wetlands are a popular stopover for a variety of birds on their spring and fall migrations along the Rocky Mountain Flyway. This whole area is a Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks ...