The Glass House B&B

715 Miette Avenue, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada | B&B

Travel Blogs from Jasper

We See Real Live Bears!!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda

... Joe Urie. We had it in our heads that we were going to be part of a big tour bus so it was a lovely surprise to find that we were in a small minibus with just one other couple. We set off with Joe already regaling us with lively tales and humorous anecdotes.

Within a few minutes we reached Maligne Canyon and took a short walk long the edge watching the watering powering through the narrow gap worn through the limestone ...

Jasper, the start of our winter wonderland.

A travel blog entry by smithnet


... on the dining room walls. Visited Maligne Canyon, a 51 metre deep gorge created by the erosive action of water on the limestone rock. Parts of the canyon are frozen over with water travelling below the icy surface. A highlight of our hike is a frozen waterfall that extends approximately 40 metres to the bottom of the canyon. My photos will not do justice to the beauty of this place. Continued on to Lake Maligne but our trip ...

Banff - Lake Louise - Jasper

A travel blog entry by hamca


... than Banff and so nice. We had some yummy pizza's and a beer and with head falling in food we decided a good sleep was needed before heading on a full day's adventure the next day. On the way home we bumped into 4-5 elk which were use wandering through the residential streets.

Day 2 - Jasper - After an amazing night's sleep in the most comfy bed ever we were raring to go on the Thursday. We did however take full advantage however of the ...

A White Christmas

A travel blog entry by briggs


... headed down to the great hall for brunch. We had a massive buffet, and there was even a "white chocolate" fountain. The kids were stoked.
In the afternoon, the Briggs family relaxed in the lounge, and the others went for a walk around the the lake. The kids did cookie decorating, and the adults had a few cocktails. Granny and Emma enjoyed a couple of glasses ...

Wild life Jasper

A travel blog entry by whitney_c4nada


... expecting. Still we had a very pleasent walk in the forest trying to summit Opal Hills. The going was particularly tough and having spoken to people coming down, we realised that the weather had closed in and there was nothing to see at the top so we went back down and had a cuppa instead.

On Sunday we took the cable car to the top of Whistler mouintain, but although it looked clear from the car ...

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