Two Princesses Inn Hiking Boots

1237 Cabin Creek Drive, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Jasper

We See Real Live Bears!!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda

... mountains below. I guess it helped that we had such a beautiful clear, sunny day. It was really hot! On one side we saw the Maligne Glacier and on the other was the Charlton Unwin Glacier, with a teapot shaped rock on top. We stopped on Spirit Island for a 10 minutes photo stop and had a wander along the shore. There truly are some amazing views and Spirit Island is Jasper's most iconic image.

After the boat trip we sat ...

Rocky Mountaineer Day Two - Where is that bear ???

A travel blog entry by smithnet


Day Two on the Rocky Mountaineer and the repeated cry of the day is, 'Where is that bear ?' The landscape from Kamloops to Jasper is totally different from our previous day's experience. The rugged mountains, fast flowing rivers and semi-desert habitat has been replaced with dense forests of pine and spruce, with a backdrop of towering snow capped mountain ranges. Snow falls intermittently, creating a sense of wonder amongst the train travellers. We ...

Banff - Lake Louise - Jasper

A travel blog entry by hamca


... could see Jasper town....all the surrounding lakes, Maligne Canyon and Lake where we were the day before and of course all the mountain ranges! We even had a light dusting of snow coming down at the top which against the sunshine and blue sky looked amazing. With only a few people up on the top and a nearly empty restaurant we had a second breakfast (hobbit style!) at the top over looking the mountains and met a super friendly restaurant manager who ...

Day 14 : Jasper

A travel blog entry by ctcanada


... snow in the wind so even though we are usually pretty game for a walk, didn't go the 1.4km to the summit as I had jeans on rather than proper walking gear. Went some of the way and got some great views but the wind chill factor was high and the cloud came in blocking the view. Back down for a nice morning tea in a warm cafe. Drove out to the Pyramid and Patricia Lakes. These are both glacial tarns. The Pyramid lake has ...

There's a Bear in There!

A travel blog entry by dmoar


... close and the bear sensed him and fake charged him. He walked away calmly and got back in his car (to check his undies I bet). We watched him for about 20 mins until a really silly woman came around the back of our car and stood in front of Hamish's window. If the bear had of charged her the only place she had to go was through the window of our car. The bear sensed her fairly quickly and was startled and ran back into the bushes. When he moved we realised how much ...

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This B&B, located on 1237 Cabin Creek Drive, Jasper, is near Maligne Lake Cruise, Jasper - Yellowhead Museum, The Den - Jasper's Wildlife Museum, and Jasper Activity Centre.
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