Crawford Bay Inn

16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, British Columbia, V0B 1E0, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, is near Kootenay Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Crawford Bay

First festival of the season!

A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel on May 31, 2014

... to stay if Adam and Nura didn't get in touch, so we explored Calgary to wait for a call. The city was a shock; so many months in the wilderness makes you forget how it feels to be amongst millions of people. Late on we headed to Adam and Nura's for a long sleep. It was great to see them in their home environment instead of at a crazy festival. Adam did work a lot but we spent a few days with Nura, especially nice was a bike ride ...

Whitewater/Red Mountain/Nelson Bust trip

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Mar 08, 2014

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... our tickets were only 25% off and cost us $50. I'd started to feel pretty crook over the day but went out for a few runs. Knee deep powder was so good, I got in a few good tree runs but got lost from my group somehow. So I decided to go back to the main area to try catch them. The snow was very wet so I went inside. I found Dan in the bar and the other injured few so I stayed their for the rest of the day. Everyone was worried that they had ...

The Kootenay's, home of the Ktunaxa Nation

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Jul 08, 2013

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... resemble a small castle. We passed by the Gray Creek store which looked like fun, built in 1913 and continuing to be operated by the founder's son (a hundred years later, so we can only speculate as to the current owner's age!) Their motto is " if we don't have it, you probably don't need it." Unfortunately, we had to rush to catch the ferry, so we couldn't stop to visit either spot - but we'll do so next time. We enjoyed ...

Day 9 - a two ferry day

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 15, 2012

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... bellies we departed and a little further on we rode DH 56, 5 and 60. DH 5 was "woo-hoo" fun. These roads terminated at our final ferry crossing, the Kootenay lake ferry. Kootenay Lake is 21 miles long. We arrived 15 minutes before departure, another timely arrival! Both ferry crossings were without incident or cost. This ferry traverses five miles in about 35 minutes. It was ...

Nelson

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff on Feb 23, 2012

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... and exploring the ski trails. It was perfect skiing conditions as the skies were clear (the sun was fighting to come out from behind the clouds) and with few people on the runs (this is how skiing is meant to be – a few of your close friends or family with the mountain all to yourself). As Max, Jeff and myself only purchased a half day pass, we wanted to make the most of it by skiing the last run before it shut down. I was in heaven the whole time we ...