Austrian Haven Bed and Breakfast

812 Patricia Street , Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0E 1E0 , Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 812 Patricia Street , Jasper, is near Mt. Edith Cavell, Maligne Lake Cruise, Jasper Information Centre, and The Den - Jasper's Wildlife Museum.
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    Arrival in Jasper

    A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... National Park, which we were not planning to do unfortunately. We just don't time to see everything that is in the Rockies, its just a quick 5 day look. Our hotel, The Athabasca Hotel is an old hotel just 2 minutes walk from where our train stopped and where we have to pick up our tour bus tomorrow, so very convenient. It also had a lot of character but only small rooms with share bathroom.not a problem for us as its only a short one night stay.

    Another day, another three beautiful lakes...!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... whole day). After a slight intake of breath at the $64 per person price tag (whoever owns this set up must be one of the richest people in Canada as the price didn’t seem to be deterring many people), we figured that this was our one chance to go, so we dug deep and bought a ticket for the next cruise at 11am.

    Having killed some time having a highly mediocre hot chocolate from the restaurant overlooking the lake, we took our seats at ...


    A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 24, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and the Great Trunk Pacific built tracks and stations in a race across the northern prairies to the west coast. Tracks were laid virtually side by side in the area west of Edmonton and through the Yellowhead Pass of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Steel reached Jasper in 1911. World War 1 triggered financial problems for both railways, they collapsed and were merged in 1923 to form the Canadian National Railway operated by the federal government. ...

    Athabasca Falls

    A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on Jul 13, 2014

    27 photos

    ... our guide if it would be cold "no it shouldn't, you should be fine" she said... The wind up there was bloody cold as it came straight off the ice. We were able to see the points below where the glacier once reached but it has receded over the years. There were inukshuks built all over the place so Lou, Karen, Emily, Cori and I built our own.

    We watched the final 30 minutes plus extra time of the World Cup. Needless to say the Germans ...

    All Aboard for the Rockies!

    A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 21, 2014

    ... up speed as we carried on up the picturesque valley of the North Thompson River. The scenery became more mountainous and there were many more trees lining the track. In many areas forest fires had left patches of blackened and dead trees, especially round the area of Barriere where there was a huge fire 11 years ago. It left a lot of damage but has cleared the undergrowth leaving room for new plants to regenerate, although it will take many ...