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Bow Valley, Alberta Canada – Accommodation
Travel guide to the Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada - Accommodation.
Bow Valley, Alberta – May 2000
Sorry for my lack of news during April… the Rockies were doing the snow thing one day, and the sun thing the next! So depressing to be back to winter when you’ve had your shorts on for a day or two! And, actually the family and I escaped to Oregon for the first two weeks… […]
Bow Valley Spring Survival Guide
Dealing with Ticks, Elk AND “Living in Bear Country” I mentioned in March that I would start a survival section, and the front page headlines in the paper on April 19 kind of launched me into it: Wardens chase bear from Banff backyards. The bears are awake and hungry… and it’s therefore, the wake-up call […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Stately Historic Hotels Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation Stately, Historic Hotels ($$$$$) Canadian Pacific Hotels Banff Springs, Chateau Lake Louise, Lodge at Kananaskis Toll Free: 1-800-441-1414 Even if you can’t afford to stay in these hotels, you must go and wander a little! Historic architecture, outrageous gift shops and the "Hungarian Baths at the Spa" are to die […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation The Bow Valley is the tourist mecca once known only as Banff. Welcoming nearly five million visitors per year, our world-class scenery is matched by first-class amenities and warm, friendly hospitality. Since it’s inception in 1885, Banff National Park was created for service to tourists brought by the CP Rail. […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Campground Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation Campgrounds ($) One of the best ways to see the Rockies is to get a vehicle, a tent, and go camping! Better yet, rent a truck/camper or a small motorhome and travel in style. Many campgrounds in the area are primitive, but the big ones have full hook-ups, hot showers, […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Backcountry Lodges Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation Backcountry Lodges ($-$$$) Mount Engadine Lodge Spray Lakes Road (Kananaskis), 40 minutes from Canmore. Tel: 403-678-4080, Fax: 403-678-2109 Accessible by car, amazing wilderness surroundings, excellent hiking and cross-country skiing, licensed dining room. Banff Sundance Lodge Box 2280, Banff, Alberta T0L 0C0. Tel: 403-762-4551 16 km from Banff townsite, accessible by […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Bed and Breakfasts Accommodation – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation Bed and Breakfasts ($$ – $$$$) The Creek House 701 Mallard Alley, Canmore Tel: 403-678-2463; Fax: 403-678-8721; Toll Free: 1-888-678-6100 Email: info@creekhouse.com. Eleanor’s House Banff’s Finest Guest Home: 125 Kootenay Ave, Banff Tel: 403-760-2457 Email: info@bbeleanor.com Paint Box Lodge 629-10 Street, Canmore Tel: 403-678-3956 Email: paintb@telusplanet.net Cozy alpine lodge in […]
Bow Valley, Alberta – Unique Mountain Accommodations – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley, Alberta – Accommodation Unique Mountain Accommodations ($$ to $$$$) Many of these properties offer self-contained cabins or condo-style units. Great for ultimate get-away or for small groups and families. Some have swimming pools, convention facilities, and others are off the beaten track with stunning Canadian Rockies scenery and wilderness out every window. Enjoy! […]
Bow Valley Spring Survival Tips – Bow Valley, Alberta, Canada
Bow Valley Spring Survival Tips Dealing with Ticks, Elk AND “Living in Bear Country” I mentioned in March that I would start a survival section, and the front page headlines in the paper on April 19 kind of launched me into it: Wardens chase bear from Banff backyards. The bears are awake and hungry… and […]