Jasper Mountain Suites

Address: 226 Colin Crescent, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada | B&B
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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 Gallery at Jasper Park Lodge.
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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

    So we pick up the story on Friday, after a very long drive from Whistler to Blue River the previous day. We stayed at the most beautiful location on the edges of a lake in gorgeous self-contained cabins. The only slightly different thing about this was that we had been told that bears (yes, proper bears) were frequently seen around the cabins, and as a testament to this, there were multiple signs around informing people of this. We ...

    'I was Flying over Mountains and Glaciers'

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 03, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Everything is pristine, clean, and sparkling as the fog lifted and the blue skies peeked out between the white peaks of the mountains. We travelled further forward until we reached the Columbia Icefields. We are travelling through the sub-arctic forest to the landing area, where we have to catch our next mode of transport - the large ice-explorer, which is a type of bus on huge wheels that are used exclusively for the tours on this glacier. We travelled out of the ...

    Day 10 CWVI - Jasper

    A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Aug 31, 2015

    21 photos

    ... the glacier melt waters flood the lake, and then in the fall and winter, the lake disappears into what is believed, an underground drainage system. This is one of the largest "sinking" lakes in the Western Hemisphere and is partly why The United Nations created the Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.

    Unfortunately in early July 2015 a lightning strike started a fire, and due to the extremely dry conditions, the fire was out ...

    Alaska Rail Road Kamloops - Jasper

    A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Aug 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... clothes cause we had heard it can be cold but the temperature was pretty good this time. We chilled out for a while in our own seats but the lure of the dome car was too much so up we went. These seats aren't allocated so people are asked to only stay for a while and then vacate for other travellers to have a turn. We stayed as long as the cabin wasn't full so we didn't feel like we were taking up a seat someone else would like - this lasted most of the 9 hour trip. it seems ...

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

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 25, 2015

    54 photos

    ... gave a really informative commentary and we learned that these mountains were once as high as the Himalayas, before glacial erosion set in.

    Claire was adamant that there was definitely no Moose on Spirit Island. So rather than continuing our hunt, we enjoyed a short walk and took-in the views.