Jasper House Bungalows
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJasper House Bungalows Jasper National Park
Basic but cabinny. They have a self contained kitchen and small lounge. The rooms overlook the river. We did not see any wildlife while we were there but we did not spend very long in the room either. Good to have a Laundromat, phone and restaurant on site as it is a bit out of town.
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The sun rises a little later up here in the north. We awoke to a much darker Jasper view of the Athabatha River than expected. We also were surprised that it felt quite nippy when we were standing by the car. Dorothy noticed a huge bear looking greedily at her daughter, Susan. Her mother hen instincts kicked in and she …
Whilst Revelstoke is sometimes referred to as The Gateway to the Rockies, the town is actually in the Columbia Mountain Range. Very soon after leaving the town, heading east, the Rockies begin to loom up all around, much rockier and more snow covered than their western counterparts. Our wonderful drive brought us to the beautiful little town of Canmore. Here we spent a day visiting two iconic places, Lake Louise and Banff. Lake Louise has been described as one ...
... 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. ...
Well, actually the mountain goats are hard to spot, but we did see them in the distance, plus we saw so many other critters in Jasper.
On our way from Banff to Jasper we put on the GyPSy guide again. Lots of pleasant stops and interesting information. We also happened to see a black bear and possibly a grizzly on the highway. Awesome! There were some bighorn sheep having practice fights as ...