Becker's Roaring River Chalets
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... went down to 1 degree! We also had a couple of bouts of rain and even a snow storm! We even had a bit of sunshine here and there and saw a lot of mountains! It was a pretty drive, but think it might be prettier in the summer! We arrived in jasper at 1 and went to tourist info and picked up a few leaflets! Jasper is strange - it's a tiny, quaint town hidden in between mountains! It's nice though - homely - ...
... in the park we travel in Jasper National Park . We take a shuttle on a special snow transport to brings us on The Columbia Glacier. We are allowed twenty minutes to soak up the beauty. Everyone is in awe of this experience.
Every twist in the road brings us another amazing view. Mountain formations are so different from one corner to the ...
... It also means there will probably be no photos with this blog but again we will remedy that soon.
The place we are staying is on Lake Patricia and either resembles the setting for where the WW2 POWs were kept and escaped from, or an idillic lakeside bijoux village, depending on one's outlook and the time of day. There is a magnificent turquoise lake to swim in (I managed a casual front crawl to the other side and back today) surrounded ...
... a plate of 'fries' as well..
Just had enough time to visit the Jasper historical society museum, well worth a visit, before going back to the hotel and undertook the now smooth process of packing in preparation for early checkout and drive to Clearwater..
Later another great dinner..
CJ Mussels in creamy garlic sauce
Me Crispy pork belly..
... 160; The following morning we decided to do a trail run up the side of Lake Louise. Not realising how long or high it was, we reached the top out of breath and freezing cold. It was around 4km later and 1,200 feet higher, and covered in snow. Good times! From Lake Louise we drove to Banff which was a short drive down the highway. We immediately loved this town. It had a similar feel to Whistler, only without ...