1928 advertising pamphlet for CPR Yoho Valley Bungalow Camp (BC)

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Canadian Pacific Rockies

Located in Field BC, built in 1922.

“Facing Takakkaw Falls, in the beautiful Yoho Valley. Yoho National Park lies close to the Great Divide of the Canadian Pacific Rockies.

The Camp consists of a central clubhouse for dining and recreational purposes and separate one and two roomed bungalows. Accommodation for 64 guests."

"Rates $5.50 a day, $35.00 a week, American plan.”

Text promotes Camp, views, local sites, the Twin Falls Tea House, activities (hiking, horseback riding, Annual Pow-Wow…).

“Yo-ho, Yo-ho, indeed. As we come to that edge of jagged rocks, a sort of natural bastion, suddenly the sense of quiet ends. There come to us, slam, abrupt, a roar of waters and a sigh of wind. The sigh is in the tops of the forest on which we look down a thousand feet below; the roar is of all the foaming torrents blent…”

Nice photographs of guests at Lodge, many waterfalls, guests horseback riding, hikers on glacier, Emerald Lake Chalet, Lake O’Hara Bungalow Camp, Wapta Bungalow Camp…

12 pages.

Very nice condition and fresh colours.

16 X 23.5 cm.

 

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