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This was a good location for enjoying the downtown area but the rooms were tiny and the facility was old.
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When we finally got to Jasper, we headed into town and just found a hotel to stay at. The wilderness hostel we had planned to stay in was booked out, and we weren't up for staying in a 40 bed dorm in the non wilderness hostel, so with no campgrounds open, hotel it was.
We had to wait a bit for our booking to come through (they were going …
After a quiet day driving through the Rocky Mountain countryside fixing Rick's glasses at Hinton, popping into Miette hot springs for a glimpse of some very tame big horn sheep it was time on Tuesday for some more awe inspiring scenery. Mt Edith Cavell has amazingly steep sides encompassing the Angel glacier. The typically glacial blue Cavell pond at the base still had ice floating in it. The climb up through the wildflower strewn meadows ( bear country but ...
... the huge berry scone and choc chip cookie weren’t bad either!
We decided that we needed to do something active post-lunch, so the plan was to hire a kayak and spend an hour on the lake. Alas our plans were stymied when the young girl looking after the boats told us there was a waiting list, but couldn't then exactly tell us when the boats would be due back… Feeling bemused for the second time that day, we chose instead to ...
... Station was build in 1925. Parks Canada acquired the Station in the 1990's and undertook major renovations to preserve the building. The railways were responsible for the opening up of this area of Canada. Jasper is believed to have been established in 1801 by Jasper Hawes, who built a supply depot on the Athabasca River for North West Company fur traders and explorers working in the region. Fur trading declined after 1850 and there were few ...
... get a drink served soon? Not too long to wait. The first sitting people went down for lunch and those of us remaining were given a very nice selection of Canadian cheese and biscuits accompanied (of course!) by some lovely Canadian wine, Cab Sav for us. We had a nice scenic moment crossing the Thompson river before continuing on through the trees. The river was always by our side, fast moving and white topped as it has been all the way. ...