Big Horn Motel
Travel Blogs from Radium Hot Springs
... for four since it included salad, cheese fondue or vegetables with an Italian broth cooking liquid, a selection of main courses and a Toblerone chocolate fondue for dessert. Patrick chooses the duck and the rest of us all choose the Alberta which included venison, bison, elk and beef. ...
A night inside! Clearly we both needed a bit of a recovery day, as we woke up fairly late into the morning. After a nice breakfast with Becca's friends, we hit the road to Banff. The car was very much on both of our minds, as the sounds had been intensifying as we got into the city the night before. About 20 minutes outside of the city, they returned. We made the call the carry on to Banff, and deal with it there. Turned ...
Last night we decided to make reservations at Lake Louise for a camp spot. Where as Jasper had over 1000 sites, mostly with electricity, Lake Louise has 189. The reservation guy made us promise that we were solid sided and "no canvas". Well, now that we are here, I realizes that the bears come into the campsites, and I think these are the grizzlies. ...
... snowshoe table. It's all wooden inside, rustic and beautiful. We also have a claw foot bath in a bathroom just big enough to squash Taya's cot into.
We unload our ever growing heap of possessions and play in the cabin, and on the front deck. Taya is struggling a bit, she's at that awkward stage of wanting to stand and explore, but still falling and bumping herself every five minutes, cry, and repeat. Heaven forbid you might ...
Route: Wasa Lake, BC to Radium Hot Springs, BC--101 miles.
Campground: Private campground at Radium Hot Springs on Sinclair Creek.
We decided, due to the weather, to move on toward Banff today. We were hoping the weather would break enabling us to find another small lake where it would be suitable to play with the kayaks. The rain has abated BUT it's ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed