Pigeon Mountain Motel

Address: P.O. Box 8038, Dead Man's Flats, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1W2T8, 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, Oh Canada Eh Dinner Show, Alpine Helicopters Ltd., and Grotto Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Dead Man's Flats

Last Saturday Canmore

A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 21, 2015

... fictional account of the last woman to be beheaded in Iceland in the early 1800s. Kent is a young Australian writer, obviously very talented. Few days ago finished 'We Are All Completely Besides Ourselves' by Karen Joy Fowler. Not as keen on that one. Played Quirkle in the evening with John and also started another book, "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" by Mohsin ...

Play it again - Canadian Brass

A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 15, 2015

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... Banff - not bad.
Canmore Centre to see Canadian Brass - great night out, terrific band and music, cheap as..at $25 a ticket. The band has a great history and extremely highly awarded and credential led musicians. Their creative takes on many classical pieces is really interesting. Their leader, tuba player, Chuck Daellenbach, started the group in 1970. The Centre itself is an amazing institution to encourage the creative arts.


More Louise

A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 11, 2015

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Got up early again and arrived at the Louise slopes just on 8am. We got one of the first parking spots, right next to the day lodge. No-one else around really. Met with James Kingsley-Brown again for our second First Tracks private lesson. Another great morning. This time we had a full two hours with him as the resort had promoted their 1.5 hour session incorrectly in a brochure. Took in more mountain, more ...


A travel blog entry by sophiecocker on Jan 10, 2015

... made the same morning due to the powder state of the snow, which was an interesting fact. Considering we were there around 9am the Lynx must have been reasonably close by! The walk mainly consisted of tracks through fallen trees and bear clawed bark, when we reached a meadow we could walk wherever we wanted, which meant you ran the risk of being swallowed by the snow unable to move until you used all your strength to forage out. We made it ...

And so it ends

A travel blog entry by sunshine.sal on Aug 25, 2014

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... lake which hardly gets a mention in the blurb so we thought we'd check it out. It was on the way to Calgary from where we would fly home so ideal.
And what a jewel it turned out to be. My theory, the locals don't shout about it because they want it all for themselves. Lake Minnewanka , yes seriously that's what it's called, is the only lake in the park where ...