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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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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    Travel Blogs from Jasper

    Valley of the Five Lakes

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of shallows around a dark centre. The water was crystal clear and looked rather inviting. Sadly neither of us were dressed for swimming…

    Lakes 4 to 1 were variations on that theme, each a different size, shape and colour. The sun was far from uninterrupted so the colours were a bit sporadic, but the walk was lovely and we met some native wildlife and some interesting people along the way, so a morning ...

    One the Ice and In The Air

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Jul 17, 2014

    3 comments, 48 photos

    ... we got in line for the Glacier Skywalk. Unfortunately, nearby thunder caused the attraction to be closed just as we arrived. We reloaded on the bus and learned that we’ll all be able to go tomorrow morning instead.

    Tonight was our first ever dry camping night, meaning that we had no outside service, just the systems onboard our motor home. We camped in the Vistor Center’s parking lot which is 1,000 times better than a Walmart ...

    Elk, Bad Ass Bears and Hotel Fires

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... of the elk (or were they caribou?). The elk looked at him languidly as if to say "Please! Is that the best you can do?", and wandered a little way up the track. After the ranger took off after them to show just how serious his streamers were, and the elk wandered a bit further off, everybody seemed to be happy again, and we trudged on.

    Came across red squirrels, lots more wapiti (or were they elk?), and some purpley flowery things that I ...

    The Canadian Rockies

    A travel blog entry by d-traveler on Jun 07, 2014

    ... pick up.

    When I woke up, I was looking at 'em. I got a chance to behold them all day from the Panorama Car and the Dome Car. When we made a pit stop in Jasper, I got the opportunity to breathe clean crisp air while hunting for my representative magnet. This was truly a great day to behold God's beauty.

    (I later found that this is a stop that many people get off on and spend the night, to do some hiking and visiting of Jasper National Park and Banff.)

    Beauty as nature intended.

    A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Oct 28, 2013

    2 comments, 48 photos

    So after the 8 hour train delay, it was a great relief to get to the hotel and the most comfortable bed I have slept in for years! On arrival I was given safety warnings about bears and elk (rutting season makes the males feisty if you're near their girl - a bit like a night out in Weston-super-Mare!!!). The advice about bears was to avoid walking alone if you can but if you do, talk or sing to yourself. The National Parks lady said "here we say there's nothing odd ...