Mount Robson Inn
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Vandaag zijn we Jasper national park verder gaan bekijken. Eerst gingen we op weg naar twee meren. Na het eerste meer stonden mensen aan de kant van de weg geparkeerd en er stond een park ranger bij, dus wij snel vragen wat er te zien was: een zwarte beer! De beer zat op ongeveer 20 meter van de weg af dus we hebben hem goed kunnen filmen en …
Vandaag hebben we de icefield parkway gereden, dat is een weg van 200 km van Lake Louise naar Jasper, die door de Rocky Mountains naar het noorden gaat. We hebben heel veel verschillende dingen gezien en ook verschillende temperaturen (meer dan 20 Gr verschil) ivm het hoogteverschil en verder is t hier sochtends koud al wordt het overdag 25 graden …
... up speed as we carried on up the picturesque valley of the North Thompson River. The scenery became more mountainous and there were many more trees lining the track. In many areas forest fires had left patches of blackened and dead trees, especially round the area of Barriere where there was a huge fire 11 years ago. It left a lot of damage but has cleared the undergrowth leaving room for new plants to regenerate, although it will take many ...
... park. Well, that changed later, the park filled with rental RVs and a very large group of young bicyclists. We stayed here two nights and noticed; most of the folks don't pay their camping fee or the fire permit. In the Canadian National Parks, the firewood is free but you pay $8.80 per day for a fire permit.
From Jonas Creek we took the car back to the Columbia Icefield Center. At the Center, we took ...
... surprisingly he was stunned to see 4 goons looking for a room in winter so it took him a minute to gather himself find the keys and show us the room which we took immediately. The kitchen was made for midgets (not politically correct, sue me!) but that suited me just fine as I can only just reach the counter on a good day. We explored Jasper for 1.2 days. Did some trekking through the forest, ate too many nachos...again, tried to go outdoor ice skating, did ...