Coast Sundance Lodge
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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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.
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Travel Blogs from Sun Peaks
... seeing the sign (the salmon are here". Meaning the spawning salmon from the pacific ocean have travelled thousands of miles for at least six weeks to spawn, definitely no fishing as even throwing a stone in near the fish attracts a $5000.00 fine.
Stopped at a nice little bakery for smoko then onto Sun Peaks ski resort where we are in for the night, Not a lot here.
Off tomorrow to Whistler.
... 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 ...
... and highway running straight through it thus is quite big and we had heard a lot of people stopping in there from our travels. I don't like to say bad things about a place but its seriously not worth stopping or checking out (a ***** hole), after stopping to buy plenty of booze and do a grocery shop, which consisted of 2 packets of chips, 2 limes, bananas, juice and about 10L of pop! We left in a hurry.
The drive ...
... 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 ...
... the boats are launched and there is a railway line that snakes around the lake. Once you pass Lillooet (looks like a mining town) the landscape changes dramatically looks like a fire has gone through the mountainside as the scenery is very sparse and bare. I think from Carquile it is Reserve Land (Canadian Indian land) and it is bare in the valleys looks like farming for feed (hay). The irrigation is good as there is ...