Alberta & BC Rockies Pets & Animals information, listings and links
We have lots of References & Links for Alberta & BC Rockies Pets & Animal care.
Alberta & BC Rockies Pets & Animals Business & Services Directory
Here are some featured pets & animals shops, breeders & services and in and around Alberta & BC Rockies.
Here are some featured animal hospitals & veterinarians and in and around Alberta & BC Rockies.
Here are some featured pet shelters & animal rescue organizations and in and around Alberta & BC Rockies.
Here are some featured pets & animal services, including groiming, trainers, walkers, and boarding in and around Alberta & BC Rockies.
Personalized service, well trained horses, excellent meals, unique programs, Old West Fort with cabins, Professional Programs and Events, Specializing in Girls Horse riding camps, PTSD Programs, Outdoor adventures, Canoeing & more
Here are some featured hotels, motels, long-term rentals, lodges/cottages, and campgrounds in the Alberta & BC Rockies area:
FoundLocally lists pet-friendly hotels & campgrounds coast-to-coast, ideal for RVing, tenting, or hike-in roughing it!
Need a hotel in Banff, AB? Stay at the Best Western Plus Siding 29 Lodge Banff Hotel, Banff, AB, Canada.
Conveniently located on Highway 6. Close to Waterton Lakes National Park. New wing added with deluxe guestrooms and suites with a new pool and spa/fitness area.
Goldenâ€™s oldest campground, with over 60 tenting sites, (some with power, 20 pull-thru RV sites (with electricity & water), 30 of Goldenâ€™s only full service, pull thru RV sites, 20 back-in RV sites. Free WiFi, hot showers, laundry, and store
61 units with private patios, many with whirlpool baths, fireplaces, fridges and microwaves. Children under 18 stay in parents' room free.
Luxury 4 star castle hotel on the shores of infamous Lake Louise. Large or cozy convention facilities, business services, fitness centre, pool, European spa, riding stables, canoe rentals, high speed internet.
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All three photos above were taken by Mark Ruthenberg