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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Amethyst Lodge Jasper
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... Who better than the trickster/teacher coyote to point this out to me. It was at that point that I decided to trust that I had found Kabel and Sara for a reason. I decided to trust that Kabel and Sara knew their horses and the trail like the back of their hands. I decided that the enthusiastic "oohs" and "aahs" that came out of everyone who heard the phrase "Tonquin Valley"(the fly shop attendant, the park ranger and the local who overhead my conversation with ...
... clothes cause we had heard it can be cold but the temperature was pretty good this time. We chilled out for a while in our own seats but the lure of the dome car was too much so up we went. These seats aren't allocated so people are asked to only stay for a while and then vacate for other travellers to have a turn. We stayed as long as the cabin wasn't full so we didn't feel like we were taking up a seat someone else would like - this lasted most of the 9 hour trip. it seems ...
... people, as long as they are a reasonable distance away, and you don't come upon them suddenly or get between them and their cubs. We also saw a coyote, mule deer, elk, bald eagle mother sitting on her nest, osprey and trout spawning, as well as the great scenery. Clouds have been building up all day (almost the first we have seen on this trip) and there is some talk of light rain. As we are heading back west, we may escape ...
... British Columbia, the town of Jasper, Pyramid Lake and all sorts of other lakes and mountains. We walked around for a bit to make sure we took advantage of the view from every angle. We even had a chipmunk come and say hello, well not literally but it come right up to us, very cute little thing. We had lunch in the restaurant at the top, food with a view, then made our way back down. On the way down we were told that a black bear and cub had ...
... of them even attempted to use a cardboard gun to try and hold up the train (about an hour out of Jasper!) - was much funnier than it sounds! Unfortunately it was raining when we got to Jasper. Our coach from Vancouver had made its way to Jasper and met us at the train station. Accommodation was at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge - a classic mountain retreat. Nice grounds and lake but rooms (lodges) were a dump. Had ...