Cheerful Vacation Rental by World-Class Trout Fishing in Southern Alberta, CanadaCrowsnest Pass, Alberta (Canada)
Cheerful Vacation Rental by World-Class Trout Fishing in Southern Alberta, Canada
Visit Canada: Alberta vacation rental for world-class fishing trip
This cheerful room is located in Crowsnest, Alberta by the Southern entrance to the Rocky Mountains, and can accommodate two guests for a trout fishing vacation of a lifetime, in Canada. In the room, there are two wooden frame twin-size beds, a ceiling fan, a clock radio, and a luggage rack. In the en-suite bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, a shower, a hairdryer, and toiletries. Linens, towels, and robes are provided. There is also Wi-Fi in the room. Guests have access to the cookhouse's kitchen and grill. Outside, there is access to the Crowsnest River for trout fishing.
There is a newly constructed cookhouse for guests to prepare meals. The hosts supply the food for breakfast, but the guests prepare their own breakfast and are welcome to use the kitchen for other meals too. There is a heated shop where machines can be stored, thawed, and maintained (tools are not included) and a wax bench for ski and snowboard tuning. Car parking is available on site, and the property has complimentary Wi-Fi. Outside guests can enjoy a bonfire in the fire pits by the river bank.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 1 Twin/Single bed
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
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Location and surroundings
Crowsnest Pass, Alberta (Canada)
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- Winter sports
The property sits on 1.5 miles of a pristine Class A trout fishing river, with great opportunities for fly-fishing during the summer. There are stunning hikes in the area, including the Miner’s Path, which takes in breathtaking falls and leads to the old McGillivray Mine site. There are also a number of bolted routes for rock climbing across from Crowsnest Lake. Glampers who want to hit the slopes will be spoilt for choice here: Castle Mountain Resort and Fernie Alpine Resort are both about 44 miles away. Nearby Blairmore has a small hill for night skiing. There are plenty of fantastic options for snowmobiling too in Castle, the Crowsnest area, Corbin, and in Fernie.