Canadian Rockies Chalets
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Canadian Rockies Chalets Canmore
Travel Blogs from Canmore
... me and almost knocked my phone out of my hands, I decided to step back until they left but they didn’t seem to be leaving, just increasing their numbers and getting louder and louder completely destroying any mountain Zen I was trying to receive. Standing off to the side 2 sweet French girls told us about a trail where we could get some great pics. They told us to take the forest trail and not the paved one. Right off the viewing area where the ...
... to the end. We stopped next at Athabasca Falls. A short easy hike to many fabulous viewpoints of the falls, the river and the canyon is well worth the stop. Fantastic views.
Athabasca Falls is at the confluence of the 93A and the 93 which is the new highway so we left there and were officially on Icefields Parkway. We made a few short stops along the way for photos. We found the Mountain Goat viewpoint but saw approximately ...
... risk! Ha ha! Well the road was pretty damn bad and the clouds were so low it was strange! But when we arrived at the spray lakes the clouds really started to lift and it was a warm in the sun and everything looked so pretty. Just sort of wandered along and took in the views and just sat and relaxed. Then called in at Grassy Lake, a reclaimed mine, now a lovely picnic area, and then drove back towards Banff ...
... an elevator that made us feel we were being led to the operating theatre and a luggage trolley that sounded like a ward bed, you’d think we would be dreading our four nights here, but in fact after a little room renovation we settled into our mountain-view rooms rather nicely!
(Thankfully bed baths were an extra in the room rates so we were able to decline that service!)
... of extra clothing and still slept pretty cold.
Next morning we rode back to the Icefields and near to the base of a glacier, but there were so many tourists that we were both a bit over it and didn't stay long. We loaded up our gear and headed over Parker Ridge (elevation: 2,130 metres) then enjoyed a great downhill road for a while. We crossed the Saskatchewan River only to find that the road had turned a ...