Coast Sundance Lodge
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
Photos of Coast Sundance Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsCoast Sundance Lodge Sun Peaks
Great hotel, shame we are only staying one night. Room was a bit warm, but was told that it was because it had been a very hot day.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Coast Sundance Lodge Sun Peaks
Travel Blogs from Sun Peaks
We were very excited to ski in Canada again. It is the epitome of skiing for us; great snow, good conditions, and so many runs that you often can have a run to yourself. At Thredbo, where we ski back home, it is overrun with skiers and snowborders, and it can often more be a game of dodging everyone else when you ski down a run, instead of actually enjoying the act of skiing. Not a problem here!
We had timed our arrival at the snow with the finish of peak season here, ...
... motel for a cuppa before embarking on the bus for a fairly long day.
Crossed from Alberta into British Columbia and lost an hour on time. Stopped for lunch at a view point of Mount Robson, the highest mountain in British Columbia. Also we have now extra tax as apart from GST we now have PST (provincial ) on top plus Tips so it all adds up on top of the displayed price???
Stopped at a small ...
... bag and a can of hormel. I say that I
prefer minimal, but it never quite works out. In addition to the
sleeping bag, there is the sleeping pad, and the can of Hormel requires a
stove, and a lighter and fuel. The tent needs a tarp underneath it to
protect the floor from ripping. Multiple versions of clothes also need
to be hauled along to handle weather changes or just a need to put
something clean on. And of course all that stuff needs to go in a ...
... set up with a camera etc inside of them to stop stealing i.e. in parking lots they will have warning signs saying 'bait cars' in here.
Back down into the valleys with bits of farming, lots of haymaking, (under irrigation) but not many animals to see. Went through an area devastated by fire, just black pine sticks sticking up for miles. In central British ...
... nature at her best.Many rapids to be seen and at one stage we saw rafters braving the rapid current. Another surprise was the amount of freight trains we passed, at times we pulled to the side to allow them past ,other times they were on the other rail line o n the opposite side of the river, Trains can be up to 2miles long ,I counted the cars on one 167 all fully loaded, how strong the engine must be. I suggest we would have seen ...