Crawford Bay Inn

Address: 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

I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK

A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Oct 17, 2014

4 comments, 17 photos

... feel huge surges of energy which radiated from my face down through my toes after about 30 minutes or so and a strange sense of both lifting off the ground and sinking into it at the same time. It's strange to think that we can produce such a reaction just from breathing.
Last week we had our Canadian Thanksgiving. There was a bunch of people around and it was a really nice feeling being a part of it all. We ate amazing food, including a ...

Winter is coming

A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... up staying the night camped out next to the road at the trailhead, warm with food, fire and belly laughs. It was a great start to my last section of the trail.
There was a cabin we had seen on the maps sitting 55 miles into the 100 mile section and we wanted to get there in 2 nights to make up for lost time. The first day we covered 31 miles (50 kilometers), then made up the rest the next day. We were so wrapped with ourselves but also pretty sore and fatigued ...

Day 9 - a two ferry day

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 15, 2012

34 photos

... 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 ...

The Kootenays

A travel blog entry by faff on Jul 10, 2012

24 photos

The Kootenay region of BC is a wonderful kaleidoscope of mountains and water. We had awesome weather here too. Every day was a scorching 30C! Our journey begins as we traveled through Kootenay N.P. and stayed the night in Radium Hot Springs. We lazed in the hot pools for a while before camping up for the night. The next day was a cruisey drive through flat valleys surrounded by mountains. We stopped ...

Farmers Market, Ferries and Graduation parades

A travel blog entry by andrewandbecci on Jun 09, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

... for our stove and B. because it was meant to be nice with all unique family run businesses.

We managed to find a replacement part for our stove for only $8 so we were pretty happy as we are back in business again. We also realised that it was gone 4pm and we hadn't actually had any lunch yet so we grabbed a quick sandwich. When we were sat eating we could see loads of people had gathered along the sides of the street and cheering so we went ...