1928 publicity pamphlet for CPR Wapta Bungalow Camp (Hector BC)

Canadian Pacific Rockies

Lodge built in 1921.

“On the shore of beautiful Wapta Lake, which lies in Yoho National Park, 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 58 guests."

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

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

“During the past few years a very comprehensive programme of road construction has been carried on by the National Parks Branch of the Canadian Government and has resulted in all of the Bungalow Camps (except) Lake O’Hara) and most o the Tea Houses being lined up together by good motor-roads.”

Nice photographs of guests at Lodge, totem poles, trout fishing, horseback riding, Emerald Lake Chalet, Lake O’Hara Bungalow Camp…

12 pages.

Very nice condition and fresh colours.

16 X 23.5 cm.

 

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