Jasper Mountain Suites

226 Colin Crescent, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Jasper

Jasper is fantastic

A travel blog entry by svohland


... the native costumes and the dancing.

At the campground we had to move 3 times for 3 nights accommodation. On the first night we only had a camp spot, no power, poop or water hookup but Rosie looked after us just fine on battery and gas. We were in the back corner on the first night and would of only been there for about an hour when a Black Bear wandered past the RV about ...

Summer in Jasper and two weeks in Central America

A travel blog entry by sophie1992


... fauna was in Jasper when I was at work one day. My boss came running to a cabin I was in and told me to come outside because there was a wolverine. As I ran through the forest in my socks, to my surprise Hugh Jackman was not present, but rather a badger type specimen bounding through the grass.

We chased it for a few minutes before we lost sight of it and before my feet froze. Afterwards, my boss told me that it is the most rare North American animal, ...

Ice Skating on the frozen lake

A travel blog entry by briggs


... br> Zoe managed to do 8 laps of the 1km long loop around the lake. The others all had a go and some were more wobbly than others. There were a few thuds and the skates we pointing at the sky instead of the ice, but everyone has come home without any lasting injuries, but very tired.
The ice is about 13inches thick, but does have a few spots where it's cracked, so it's a bit more bumpy than the ice house in ...


A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013


... the markers of where the glacier has receded over the past 100 years. It’s incredible to think that it’s receded about 2k since 1908 and it’s thought that it will disappear in the next 100 years due to global warming. When we hit the top of the track and were about to walk down to the bottom edge of the glacier the winds were so strong that we could barely stand upright and it was like an ice storm battering us – talk about a ...

Kicking Horse, BC to Wapiti Campground, AB

A travel blog entry by mattmeetsworld


... just as we stopped. The train had enough cars to be stretched through both tunnels, and at one point we could see three different sections going in totally different directions. Pretty cool!

Our plan for the day was to make our way along the Icefield Parkway, and to spend the night just outside of Jasper. We took ...

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This B&B, located on 226 Colin Crescent, Jasper, is near Pyramid and Patricia Lakes, Marmot Basin Ski Area, Jasper - Yellowhead Museum, and Jasper Activity Centre.
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