Sol Mountain

Address: Monashee Mountains, Fosthall Creek, British Columbia, V1L 4P9, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Monashee Mountains, Fosthall Creek.
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        Road to Nakusp - a road less travelled by....

        A travel blog entry by mickeyj07 on Feb 24, 2009

        ... I had it explained to me that as the air travels east from the west coast bringing with it snow, the high mountain ranges of the West Kooteney Ranges cause the snow to fall out by osmosis (JOKES!!), because they are higher up and the cold air rises over the hills leaving a trail of snow much like the bread crumbs trick in Hansel and Gretal. By the time the air reaches the Panorama Mountain area, they get the measly leftovers, if there is any!!! This also creates a dry air in the ...

        Revelstoke to Vacouver

        A travel blog entry by richandbonnie on Jul 16, 2007

        Revelstoke to Vancouver. Nakusp to Vancouver. Monday 16th July Left Revelstoke A6 South.Queued for ferry accross Upper Arrow Lake, sat chatting to 2 hitchhikers - (they had just left a music fest in Nakusp! - we hadjust missed it!) We were near front of queue and didn't have to wait long before we boarded and "set sail" on the 20 minute journey. We lunched on KFC & rolls as we looked over the water. Heading south to Nakusp, following the Arrow Lake, looking for a ...


        A travel blog entry by raccoonboi on Jun 25, 2006

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        Revelstoke was our first overnite stop on my way back to Vancouver. We had a fresh bus of people including 4 japs, 2 swiss, 2 aussies and 2 brits. Half of us took the option of going for a kayak over a lake to a water fall which was lots of fun. Always nice to get some exercise and splash a few people at the same time. There was this kinda hot tour guide, norwegian type, but with ...

        Whistler and the road to the Rockies

        A travel blog entry by ktsmith on Jun 21, 2006

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        ... after the Rock of Gibraltar, in case that ever comes up in a quiz...) I stayed in a beautiful place in Whistler, an Alpine chalet type place right on Alta Lake that used to be someone's home but is now a lovely hostel. Whistler is the biggest ski resort in North America, touristy as hell even in the summer, but a surprisingly charming place, with all the buildings designed in sympathy to the surroundings. Also a very big place for stag and hen parties from ...

        Energy Healing

        A travel blog entry by incrediblelife on Mar 23, 2006

        After having a bad week last week, I went to a World Peace Meditation for the first time, I figured I could use a little centering! The idea started after the tsunami - a group got together to send good healing energy out to the areas that had been hit. People loved the idea so much, the group has continued. So I went and checked it out last Friday night, and what a great group of people. I was actually really amazed at the people in ...