Columbine House

Address: 1118 Patricia Street, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1118 Patricia Street, Jasper, is near Maligne Lake Cruise, Jasper Information Centre, Jasper - Yellowhead Museum, and The Den - Jasper's Wildlife Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Jasper

    Safaris, hikes, and hot springs

    A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Sep 24, 2015

    8 photos

    ... meatloaf - very, very good. I can now add bison to the list of meats I would definitely eat again! The next day, Saturday for those of you following closely, was a fairly busy day in and around Jasper. We began with a drive out to Lake Maligne, spotting a couple of Elk on the way, where a most of the group went out on a lake cruise to at Spirit Island - apparently one of the most iconic views in the Rockies. I didn't go because I ...


    A travel blog entry by burnsn on Sep 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... it, literally) having seen video /news of the Everest Avalanche but fortunately it was on a smaller scale. The chipmunk like squirrel didn't seem to mind and scurried around after our picnic lunch on the mountain. Whilst the others continued with more hiking at the top of another mountain, reached by cable car, the rest of us whiled away the hours in Jasper, named after a cartoon character dog. Being only 2 streets our guide was concerned we would be bored but having a few hours ...

    'I was Flying over Mountains and Glaciers'

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 03, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... this ice walk is some 280 metres above the ground, with a glass floor. We are able to see the waterfalls and beautiful scenery, whilst being suspended out over the ground. Whilst standing over the plain, I could see and feel tiny snowflakes falling. Looking back up at the mountains, I realised that the fog had again fallen and the peaks were no longer visible. By the time I returned to the bus, the snow was falling steadily and the wind was blowing in one ...

    How to live with three women... and survive!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 25, 2015

    54 photos

    ... Who knows we might see Moose! But we didn't.....

    Instead Maggie spotted a black bear and we all jumped out of our skins when she screamed in excitement as she saw it!

    It was a lone male or female and was on a mission. It had probably only just crossed the road in front of us a few minutes before. We didn't have long to enjoy him as he was on the move ...

    I Think We Found Banff's Rival

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jul 08, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... were met by a couple of bus loads of tourist. Nope, they didn't have to hike up that trail, they walk a short distance down a gentle slope from the “bus and handicapped” parking lot.

    We stop at the Icefields Centre,hoping to find a place to park. Luckily the RV parking area is adequate and separate from the auto and bus parking. We don't go into the centre as it is under renovation, but we do ...