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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Clearwater
We didn't really know what to expect of this little town. We couldn't find out much information before we arrived and only knew that our cabin was some distance out of town. A visit to the Visitors' Centre gave us the impression that the area was most recognised for its waterfalls. Well, that's exactly right! Our cabin was in the middle of the forest and all we could hear was the stream running at the edge of the property and the ...
... river side escape from the heat and all took advantage of the cool river water. Our spot at North Thompson Provincial Park (Clearwater), was right on the edge of the Thompson River. As we were setting up our camp, a young boy (14) walked past us. We casually waved and he continued on his way. About 30 minute later he came walking past us again so we said hello and asked him how he was doing. He explained to us that he was on vacation, ...
... ride we went on yesterday when we were rafting.
We stopped by a little secret beach, tied up the horses and had lunch. Halfway through our delicious snack i went and fed the horses some apple cores and some leaves but afterwards my horse looked as if she was having constipation. I was quite worried about getting back on but it was fine.
We rode back to the ranch and sat under Sarah's cherry tree to use her wifi.
... s Chute. All were spectacular but each were different in their own wild and untamed ways. A quick bite to eat at A&W in Clearwater before heading home. We just made A&W in time (at 9pm) because after we ordered, they locked the doors and brought down the shutters. We wondered if they rolled up the sidewalks as well? Backseat passengers fell asleep on the way home. We were all tired, so the next day, we just spent the day around the house and shopping ...
... a bear. Further along the road we again saw another bear with two cubs, and a few more after that. Some people we spoke to were desperate to see a bear and hadn’t managed and we saw nine along the one road.
That night we avoided being eaten by bears, and went on a 17.5km hike called the Chain Meadows Trail. This was through a forest and we got eaten a lot by mosquitoes. However, the best part was right at the end of the walk as we ...