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Old 03-05-2012, 10:16 AM   #21
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also, some of the best white rafting is in the area, just on the BC side. My wife and I had a great time doing it, if that is your cup of tea and you wanted to make the day trip. And, this is the second and last time I will mention the grizzly house in Banff. So good!

The Banff Grizzly House , One of the Best Restaurants in the Bow Valley

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Why do you like The Grizzly House so much? Only been there once.
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:44 AM   #22
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had fun. I liked the atmosphere and I thought the food was very good. albeit, pricey.
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had fun. I liked the atmosphere and I thought the food was very good. albeit, pricey.
didn't find it a little "hokey"?
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Good suggestions all.
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Old 03-05-2012, 05:35 PM   #25
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Speaking from complete ignorance of the area here, but when I see a phrase like
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is a landmark destination for thousands of visitors
... I tend to cringe inwardly.

I've lived in a number of places that were "tourist destinations". Restaurants that cater to huge numbers of tourists and offer a "unique atmosphere" have always been hit or miss as far as the actual meals were concerned.

Not saying you can't have a good time and a good meal at these places (they always have plenty of repeat traffic), but they do tend to be overhyped and overpriced if you're just looking for a good meal, IMHO.
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We are looking at a trip to Banff the 3rd week of June this year. Our schedule doesn't work as well for July/Aug. Would we regret going in late June due to the weather? We are looking to do some easy hiking, see the lakes, and maybe do a river rafting trip. Appreciate your thoughts.
Weather has been fairly poor so far this year. How did it work out for you?
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We're going in July.
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We're going in July.
smart move. Have fun.
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