Jasper Mountain Suites

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 Jasper Activity Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Jasper

    Hinton to Jasper

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Aug 31, 2014

    ... hotels but room is good and has a laundry to wash my muddy clothes . We wandered into town doing three geocaches on the way. Jasper is a bit like an alpine ski resort, although it mainly caters for cross country skiers and skating on lakes rather than downhill. Summer is its busiest time with mountain bikers and hikers. The Trans Canadian train had stopped in town for 45 minutes and we met a lady desperately looking for a liquor store, had she drunk the train ...

    Last leg of the journey.

    A travel blog entry by alicebeano on Aug 06, 2014

    ... are then put on a ice explorer. Beano was very excited about going on one as the wheels are taller than me. We went down the second steepest road in Canada with a 28 degree hill. Luckily we weren't in the front. The glacier is amazing. We got off and could walk around for 30 minutes. None of us managed to fall over amazingly. We drove on to jasper passing some amazing places, bridal falls, athabasca falls to name a few. ...

    Off We Go!

    A travel blog entry by my2cats on Jul 28, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Mountains that I couldn't find in Canmore and Banff last week; a great little book detailing walks from Waterton to Kootenay, B.C. From there we went to Peyto Lake and did that wee hike. Wow! Stunning. We didn't do much hiking there as my hips don't do elevation. The drive along the Icefields Parkway is just so beautiful. One forgets how beautiful it is. But one never forgets about the beauty of ...

    One the Ice and In The Air

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Jul 17, 2014

    3 comments, 48 photos

    ... beautiful vista after another.

    Arriving to the Columbia Ice Fields Center, we congregated at the Visitor’s Center and loaded on to bus #1 which took us to the Brewster Ice Explorer, a specially designed vehicle designed for glacial travel. Each vehicle costs $1.2 Million and of the 22 manufactured, all but one (which is in Alaska) are here. At one point in the trip, both to and from, we encountered a 24% incline section along the road! ...

    Out and around Jasper

    A travel blog entry by jenny_s on Jun 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... large Lake caused by Glaciers blocking the flow or rivers/streams. We had a good day with wildlife sightings of Black Bear, Mule Deer,Bald Eagle and Mountain Sheep. Some photos as well. We were busily taking photos of the Black Bear when some tourists, pulled up in front of us obstructing our view, it was our bear! How dare they! On our way back visited Maligne Canyon, a torrent that has worn away the rock and caused a cavern( we would call it a gorge). A short trek but well worth the ...