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Travel Blogs from Jasper
... island in it that is accessed from a bridge with views to Pyramid Mtn and is separated from Patricia Lake by a glacial ledge. These lake have beautiful clear water as the glacial flour that make the rivers milky has had time to settle. Set out to walk around Patricia Lake as the guide book said you could, but ended up going uphill away from the lake and coming across a sign saying the area was closed as it was ...
... at once! We thought it was just going to be one of the usual help yourself deals but it turned out to be "order from the menu" deal! Unfortunately that delayed us an extra hour! Fortunately it was yummy!
Kids gave Andrew his Father's Day gift and card - check photos to see what it was! He had to wear it all day!!
We finally got away and first stop was Emerald Lake which is ...
... about ten to fifty feet wide and
very, very deep. It is said to be the
deepest karst canyons in Canada. The canyon runs for miles and the river
finally flows into the Athabasca River. Again Parks Canada has done a great job of
fencing and providing foot paths and bridges so everyone can enjoy safely.
On the drive out of the
valley we stopped several places to scour the side of several mountains with
We pulled into Jasper National Park after only a five hour drive, but after sorting our park pass at the gate, we discovered it was still a good hours drive to the main town of Jasper and our campsite. Canadian parks are pretty big as it turns out. The drive was very scenic though, going through the valleys between the mountains, and so we were usually driving by a river or a lake, much better than the previous two days endless fields. We were also ...
... which despite being a bit pricey, is yummy, and a nice change to our packed lunch sandwiches.
Emma asked in the Maligne Lake shop in town which of the walks were stroller friendly at the lake. She told us the Mary Schnaffer loop is not paved but flat and since that's the one we wanted to do it sounds perfect. The kidlets are soon in the land of nod but pushing of the buggy is a nightmare over crazy patterns of tree roots all along the lake shore. ...