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If you're considering spending a few days in Vermilion Crossing, you have to start getting ready ages in advance. There's only 1 hotel within 10 kilometres.
The Kootenay Park Lodge may be your only choice if you are set on staying close to the hustle and bustle.
You could try the Sunshine Mountain Lodge and also the Castle Mountain Chalets. The Sunshine Mountain Lodge is positioned 18 kilometres away from the main part of Vermilion Crossing. The Castle Mountain Chalets is located 25 kilometres away. The Johnston Canyon Resort, as well as the HI-Castle Mountain Hostel, are two other accommodation options around Vermilion Crossing.
You'd be a flamin' galah to head off without taking a look at the other things on offer in Kootenay Rockies. If you're a nature lover, you won't want to miss Kootenay Rockies' rivers and streams. If nature's not your thing, visit some of the region's art museums, history museums and art galleries. Active tourists might try snowboarding in this part of Canada.
Lake Windermere is 60 kilometres to the south of Vermilion Crossing and is home to the Eagle Ranch Golf Course, Copper Point Golf Course and Pynelogs Cultural Centre. Some of our recommended Lake Windermere hotels include the Copper Point Resort and Super 8 Invermere. Or, you could consider staying in Golden, 75 kilometres to the northwest of Vermilion Crossing, where you can choose from the Days Inn Golden and Rondo Motel. If you're staying in Golden, don't miss the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Golden and District Museum and Golden Eagle Express.
Calgary International Airport is the most commonly used airport and can be found 140 kilometres away from central Vermilion Crossing. Nearby hotels are the Courtyard Calgary Airport and the Acclaim Hotel Calgary Airport.
Hotels in Vermilion Crossing start at AU$145 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.