Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre
The hotel is very comfortable and the staff have been great. The buffet we had for tea was one of the nicest meals we have had in Canada so far.
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Today we leave Jasper, stopping at Maligne Canyon - swirling, churning water has worn the canyon, only two metres across at some points, to a depth of more than 50 metres. Like another washing machine!!
Now on the Yellowhead Highway, we re-enter British Columbia, stopping to take in views of the south face of Mount Robson - which (at 12, …
Today has been quite a few kilometres on the bus. Well maybe not much more than 200kms Peter reckons, but it has been a full day of travelling. We didn't have such an early start though! Cases ready by 7.30am and on the bus by 8.30am.
We have travelled from Whistler to a relatively small village and ski resort by the name of Sun Peaks. …
... even left me with some temazapan to help me sleep. Handy knowing a Dr.
Rudi hasn’t liked Kamloops. He thinks that it is boring. I think we have been just so used to seeing such beauty that anything 'average’ we now see as boring. We just been too spoilt on this trip.
Today we are travelling along the Kamloops River. We have already seen Long Horn Sheep and were just privileged to see a really large bald eagle in full ...
... they entertained us with a few ditties and some jokes before taking up a position on the side of the stage. A lady then came out and gave us a bit of history about the lumberjack and the train.
We were then introduced to the two competitors for the Lumberjack competition. The first was a seasoned competitor who was representing Bear Creak. The second was a younger upstart who had a particular way ...