We visited here during our recent western Canada road trip. The hiking was fantastic and we also canoed on the lake. The range of daytime activities is great - lots to do if you like being in the outdoors but the evenings were quiet. The resort is not busy and everthing closes at 8pm so make sure you eat early. Not all restaurants and bars are open in the summer so choice is limited. Would love to come back in the winter to ski - think it would be a much different place and the skiing terrain looks great.
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