Rainees Rooms B&B

6 Aspen Crescent, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Jasper

Boxing day - cleaning day

A travel blog entry by briggs

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... and I were on the edge, and the kids were skating around dodging the snowballs we threw at them.

In the mean time, Ross and Sandy headed off for a massage (their present from all of us) in the spa.

We were exhausted so we headed off back to the lodge to drop off the skates. We met the mums, who'd returned from the downtown ... with their bags of ...

Day 14 : Jasper

A travel blog entry by ctcanada

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Woke up to a cloudy day so still no clear view of the tops of the mountains. Not raining so went up the Jasper Tramway. Saw a large male elk grazing on the side of the road and Kev managed to get some photos. i wasn't game to get out as it is rutting season and we had just been told to stay well clear. Oh well! Tramway is another gondola ride 948m up a mountain to give views around the area. It was only 5oC at the top ...

Hinton Town, Wallmart Workshop, Miette Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

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... out really easy!! Yus!! Took about an hour to change the oil and put the new stuff in. Sarah made us a hot drink while she was waiting. We dumped the waste oil off in at Canadian Tire, free of charge which is ideal. Drove up the road and found a nice grass spot to cook breakfast, eggs and mushrooms on toast. After breakfast it was about 11am and time to stock up on our groceries from good old Wallmart and Safeway. We brought some thermals and Sarah got a beanie ...

The Stunning, remarkable Icefields Parkway

A travel blog entry by rorox

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... further 24kms up the Parkway and pulled into the carpark, disappointed to see a few large coaches present at this time of day. Thankfully the crowds of tourists werent too pushy or noisy and everyone seemed to share the observation decks well. The nuisance though was a guy who decided he would climb over the railings and go lie (or sit) on the edge of the falls with his shirt off and drink a beer. You can imagine how annoyed the tourists were who had time limitations at the falls to ...

Sun is shining great day for exploring

A travel blog entry by lilmont

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... car park. Checked the diagram map of the canyon and decided to walk the trail to the 5th bridge. On the 1st bridge it is very frightening to lookover the bridge all the way down to the bottom of the canyon to the water. The interpretive trail is 3.7km (about an hours walk) with foot bridges over the canyon. You have to stay away from the edges as the canyon is narrow and very deep (50m). Could ...

Location

This B&B, located on 6 Aspen Crescent, Jasper, is near Pyramid and Patricia Lakes, Marmot Basin Ski Area, Jasper - Yellowhead Museum, and Jasper Activity Centre.
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