Mountain Splendour Bed and Breakfast

17 Folding Mountain Village, East, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T7V 1X8, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 17 Folding Mountain Village, East, Jasper, is near Sunwapta Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Jasper

    The Jasper Chapter

    A travel blog entry by sunshine.sal on Aug 18, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... followed a few days earlier. A great opportunity to see all that had been shrouded by cloud previously. Arriiving an hour later at a camp site on the banks of the Fraser River.Into our gear, which was a challenge in itself, then into our boats. We had 5 in ours plus the guide. what a brilliant experience, probably the best experience so ...

    Another day, another three beautiful lakes...!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... so we decided to forgo cooking in the van for the night and go out for dinner instead. I had developed a craving for pizza and had noticed a rooftop pizza restaurant when we drove into town, which with the lovely evening sunlight looked the perfect location to toast our last night in Jasper. Tim needed no persuading so we parked up and headed to Jasper’s Pizza Place for dinner with a couple of beers before heading back to another cosy night in the ...

    Icefields, (that's fascinating!)

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 12, 2014

    9 photos

    ... we were able to stare up at them in wonder as huge chunks if ice hung over the edges of the range, thousands of feet above. We did get the chance to walk to the toe of one glacier and contemplate the once immense stature of these disappearing giants. That was the first fascinatingly unfathomable thing we saw. We set up camp in this area, but continued our drive north to some areas where we had read about some amazing lakes and a canyon worth exploring. We ...

    All Aboard for the Rockies!

    A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 21, 2014

    ... topped peaks in all. The massive glacier which spreads across 3 of the highest peaks is the headwaters of the North Thompson River which we have been travelling along. Following on from this we were able to see some amazing views of Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. We were lucky that we had such a sunny day and such a clear view.

    Soon after passing through a very long tunnel built after a severe ...

    Day 71 Jasper Alberta Canada

    A travel blog entry by popusa2008 on Jul 17, 2008

    1 photo

    ... glacier feed mountains, to be caught at a lip of hard rock but it had cut a narrow track through this rock, the force of the water dropping through this area and to follow through to open out to fill a wide river bed. We also had the pleasure of observing a black bear further down the river wander through the woods and then amble to the water and take a quiet sit and rest in the river. From here we headed back to our Park but stopped off on the way to have a ...