Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort and Convention Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort and Convention Centre Cranbrook
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Old Miner Bill Kimberley doesn't seem an appropriate name for an old mining town, but that's what it's called and what was our next stop. To be fair it's no longer a mining town, now it's more famous as a ski resort, and once again we are staying in a ski lodge. It's very quiet at the lodge, eerily so. But I guess skiing isn't on many people's agenda in this heat. I guess you need snow too, and that melted away some time ago. Still, it's a nice ...
Apparently it is Canadian Independence Day tomorrow so all of the Canadians decided to go camping tomorrow which means we have no place to stay in Banff national Park area. Didn't those Canadians know that we were coming? Or maybe the Canadians should have coordinated their independence day with ours.
Oh well we get to stay another day here in Cranbrook - which is actually okay because Cranbrook is a ...
... fish that are found in the St. Marys River are Whitefish, Pike, Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. The Rocky Mountains are known as the backbone of the world. Lodge there is Rising Sun Lodge (Eastern Park Lodge) No Hunting is allowed in the park. Fishing is catch and release. In the beginning for the tribe treaty rights allowed them to hunt all year (cant hunt moose). Game was getting scarce so in the 1980s and 1990s they adopted to state rules. October 5th-December 5th is ...
... as well as the uses they made of the buffalo, and the setting up for the kill was explained extremely well, with displays, short movies and information projected ...
... He bore the marks of a life spent laughing, the cost of which was likely his, and others, good health. Mel suggested he was going for the Gene Simmons look. Not a good one at 55. The rest of the drive to Cranbrook started to feel like a holiday. The terrain changed from flat prairie to coniferous mountain to deciduous hills and rivers. Making that physical break was key to forgetting about our routine domestic obligations. ...