Super 8 Drumheller

Address: 600 - 680 2nd Street SE, Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y0, Canada | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 600 - 680 2nd Street SE, Drumheller, is near Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, Bleriot Ferry, and Edworthy Park & Douglas Fir Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Drumheller

      Hoo doos , Royal Tyrell centre

      A travel blog entry by pvanasp on Aug 11, 2014

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      ... actual hoodoos was sadly not the majestic sight I had built it up to be in my mind. But without comparison it was beautiful in its own right. The protected forms were beautiful and varied and each one a work of landscape art. I think that if i had not already to the canyon de chelley in Arizona, it would be easy to find them superb. But I was sad that The walkway was build so close to the structures. Ch Still s most lovely sight and another line of my bucket list is crossed ...

      Drumheller dinosaurville

      A travel blog entry by klbrown on Jun 04, 2014

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      ... on your bucket list. Hard to imagine the number & variety of dinosaurs roaming this area. M. Drove the north Dinosaur Loop Tour through Horse Thief Canyon, Bleriot Ferry, Orkney Viewpoint. The canyon and viewpoint were incredible views and not yo be missed. The ferry is free and quaint. Toured downtown Drumheller on a cold, windy 12 degree day. Expenses: Campsite 2 nites : $60.00 with a Passport America discount of 50% Gas for toad : ...

      Day Twenty-three : Calgary

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 02, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... The original one was built in 1932 to take coal miners across the river to the mines, and was used until 1953 when the mine collapsed and was closed. The one we went over was a new bridge built in the same location. A bit wobbly, but not too bad and 119m long. Back through Drumheller to get on the highway back to Calgary, but time for one last stop to look out over the Horseshoe Canyon. More badlands but in the shape of a horseshoe (bend in the ...

      Sobad in the Badlands

      A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 30, 2013

      21 photos

      ... holes under a thin crust in other places.

      We went along a country road with 11 bridges crossing the Rosebud River to the ghost town of Wayne. It used to have 2480 people – it now has 28 and one hotel. The previous owner had been the great-grandson of the original owner and it only recently changed hands. We decided to go back for dinner there.

      Then we sort of got lost – well we lost the loop track. But we found the hoodoos and took ...

      Bye Bye Banff.

      A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 29, 2013

      9 photos

      ... and tractors on poles to advertise a museum of Trucks and Tractors (what else), rolls of hay, signs saying Wheatland country and only the odd tree, usually near houses.

      Drumheller has a lot of dinosaurs – small, large and enormous. We even saw street lights shaped as dinosaurs. It is the closest town to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology which friends Julie and Paul recommended a year ago when we were planning this trip. We discovered on arrival that it ...