This log cabin, which is situated on more than 150 acres, is nestled between 2,000 acres Crown land. It is located near Bergen, Alberta, on a dead end road. The log home features two bedrooms and three bathrooms. It also has a wood-burning fireplace and living room. The deck is a great place to relax and enjoy a morning cup of coffee or a drink in the evening. It’s a wonderful escape from the stresses of the world. The cedar greenhouse, which is located on the property, helps to extend the growing season as well as the large garden. The log home is rustic and beautiful, with many antique items. The main floor bathroom has an antique vanity. The basement has a 100-year-old tin ceiling. In the bathroom, a 1930-era sink is also present. The towel holder comes from the Banff Springs Hotel. This place is a treasure trove of gems. The current owners have ridden on horseback to Banff National Park without crossing any private land.
Banff, Lake Louise and other mountain resorts have a rich history. You can find endless outdoor adventures, stunning sights, vibrant history and culture in Banff and Lake Louise. There is plenty to do in both places. This is the place to go if you love nature, including waterfalls and alpine meadows. Banff lies in the middle Rocky Mountains. Mount Rundle, Mount Norquay and Mount Sulphur are all within the town’s reach. Access to hiking, the best Alberta springs (natural), horseback riding as well as great shopping and good food is available from downtown Banff.
Banff National Park offers many attractions, so make sure you enjoy it all. Banff Adventures is a great way to do this. You might be able to cross the Columbia Icefields on a specially designed Ice Explorer vehicle. Enjoy breathtaking views as you stroll over glass walkways on Skywalk, ride in the Banff Lake Louise, Sunshine gondolas and the Mount Norquay Chairlift, which overlooks Banff Townsite. You might be able to see 360-degree views from different vantage points. You may also learn interesting facts about the unique ecological systems.
Bergen is also near Sundre, Alberta, which is just 90 minutes away from Calgary. It is easy to get there, but a little off the beaten path. Sundre is nestled between the majestic Canadian Rockies, the rolling foothills of the prairies of southern Alberta. It is a great location for those who want to get out and enjoy the small-town atmosphere and explore the beautiful natural surroundings. Sundre is an excellent place to visit if you’re interested in learning more about Alberta’s pioneering past, getting up close and personal to horses, golfing, and exploring some of Alberta’s most beautiful wild nature.