Pigeon Mountain Motel

Address: P.O. Box 8038, Dead Man's Flats, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1W 2T8, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 8038, Dead Man's Flats, is near Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours, Alpine Helicopters Ltd., Oh Canada Eh Dinner Show, and Grotto Canyon.
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Day 20 adventures Banff Alberta Canada

A travel blog entry by pam-ros on Nov 05, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... Banff is the highest town in Canada at 1,383 m

Banff NP was established 1885 as Canada’s first NP and is home to 7 historic sites

Highest mountain is Mt Assiniboine which crosses the park border at 3,619 m

The Bow River whose source is the Bow Glacier and Bow Lake, flows through Banff and continues as far as Hudson’s Bay

A summer resort village ...

Day 18 Tuesday 3rd November Banff

A travel blog entry by pam-ros on Nov 03, 2015

5 photos

... yourself in this outdoor pool (37oC) overlooking the nearby mountains – a great way to relax. We spent an hour there before heading home to have some takeaway Indian samosas and rice pilaf for dinner. The highest the temperature was today was 2oC and overnight -9oC.

TOP TIP # 16 Exploring the Rockies needs a vehicle so you can drive all the loop roads and trails and the like – you would miss so much if you had to rely on public ...

Road Trip with Jenna (Strathmore, Banff)

A travel blog entry by renikar on Oct 10, 2015

17 photos

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On Saturday we initially planned to get an early start as we wanted to hike in Banff. But the weather gods must have heard about my plans yet again because it was raining in Banff all Saturday long. Therefore we decided to cure our hangovers with a sleep in and a greasy hangover breakfast/lunch before heading there. When we eventually arrived there in the early afternoon it was raining and really cold. Instead of staying in the whole day we decided to just drive ...

A quiet drive

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 04, 2015

72 photos

The snow was melting on the mountains and had completely melted from street level in Canmore. We decided to take a drive down Bow Valley Parkway. We did not experience any wildlife again. I have actually not seen much wildlife in Banff or Canmore at all. I was kind of shocked. We saw a lot in Jasper but really the only elk I saw were on Tunnel Mountain Road and some goats at Two Jack Lake. On the way back in the area where Bow Valley splits we ...

I love Canada

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 29, 2015

1 comment, 27 photos

... clouds and , though I was hoping for the sun to shine on the mountains and have a nice blue sky backdrop for my photos, for the most part, it did not happen. However, it didn't dampen our appreciation of the majestic views…gray mountain ridge after mountain ridge adorned the landscape, massive and powerful in their presence, some with trees growing out of them and others multi shades of gray and tan, with angular faces bold and brazen against the ...