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An amazing place and an amazing deal for Canadian Thanksgiving weekend - this year the deal is virtually the same - $169 per person for two nights accommodations with breakfast and includes a special breakfast on the Thanksgiving Monday AND the locally famous Thanksgiving buffet...More
The hotel doesn't offer the best comfort but it's a good spot since it's located between Banff and Jasper. The room is like a lodge cabin without wifi (you can buy it for 10$/day but it's not high speed internet). Parking and a mini-fridge are...More
As we were driving to Jasper. We stopped here to fill our tank (as it is the last chance), and also wanted to grab something for dinner as it was late already and there would be nothing on the road until we arrived to our...More
This place is the ONLY food, etc. available on the drive between Lake Louise and the park services Icefields Center. Besides a resort hotel, it consists of a shop filled with elcheapo tourist trap goods and overpriced drinks/grab and go, a sit down restaurant, and...More
We stayed here two nights in early Sept. despite mixed reviews. We were so glad we did. Yes, our room was small but it was clean and the bed was very comfy. The two office staff ladies we interacted with were very nice. The meal...More
The Crossing Resort is family owned resort and located midway on the Icefields Parkway within 30 minutes of most major Attractions. Full services on site such as 3 dining venues a Pub, Gas Station, General store and ...MoreGift,Guest Center and Fitness Center. Less
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usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no... More
usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no gas until Jasper. over 300 km. Stop in at Lake Louise visitor center and see if they have an update and they can also call us at the Parks Canada gate nearby the Crossing resort. good luck.