Jasper Mountain Suites
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... that I did not want to struggle to the summit!
- We got down to meet Graham, who had gone to find some autumn colour, without success, and went to get Sherwood's park ticket and then lunch at The Big Paw Bakery.
... towards Beaver Lake. That was the final hike of the day and of the trip as well.
This is our final day in the Rockies, but this place is definitely worth many more visits. There is a ton of hidden treasures in the parks, plenty of new places to explore and majestic views to enjoy. This is a great place to spend a week or two in the wilderness and get out of a stuffy boiling city during summer months.
... View in Kananaskis. The East End of Rundle (EEOR) was a horrible hike and not worth the effort (in my opinion). We also did Maligne Canyon again for the millionth time. An easy hike as evident by the number of tourists along the way. I just came to the realization that I have now completed over 3/4 of the hikes in my Hiking Jasper book - so if you ever want advice on a Jasper hike, I would love to share my thoughts.
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... were more interested in getting to bed after our party tea and we still needed to unpack our bags. We investigated the ‘innovative storage solutions’ in the van – every little nook and cranny has been cleverly used to store something or other, and the spaces for our clothes were more than enough, despite looking miniscule. Clothes unpacked and bags stowed tidily under the bed, we scratched off number two on the list.
Today was travel back home day. After making breakfast at the cabin and packing up we headed into town to pick up something for the cat sitter. Then we headed for mt. Edith Cavell to see the glacier. It was up 12 km on a very windy road with a speed limit of 40 kph. Our driving lane was less than 10' wide and there wasn't any shoulder, not even an inch. If you left the shoulder you'd be screwed and having a get a ...