BEST WESTERN Jasper Inn & Suites
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Family friendly hotel with spacious rooms in a quiet location. Just steps away from scenic mountain trails.
Dinner at the restaurant patio was surprisingly excellent, both the food the service were top notch. We ended up eating there both nights we stayed at the hotel.
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Woke to beautiful clear blue skies! but then clouding, some rain, sun. Maybe 15°C
At 8:15, after our buffet breakfast which was included (another thing the girl at check-in was surprised at) we took a lovely stroll back to Lake Louise as the sun was behind us now and shining perfectly on the snow and ice caps of the mountain behind the lake. …
Cloudy all day, high & low cloud, rain, but no wind. About 17C. Better than the forecast of thunderstorms.
We had our breakfast of Raisin Bran, which from memory isn't as sweet as the US one, but more raisins than our Sultana Bran.
We left after 9:30, stopping at the Bear Paw Bakery to buy ham sandwiches and slices for lunch. It was …
... older Oreo. She could have done this trip blindfolded. Her son was also along. He was completely black-brown. A beauty. Sara would ride him. Of the three horses that were carrying gear, two had made the trip before. Frisco, who apparently was a slowpoke. Jake, who was "mister reliable" and Champ, who had never packed before. He had always been saddled. Oh, and Kabel would ride Patches, or Psycho(the sentry), as he was being called this morning. So instead of a ...
... bald eagle, further out in another direction towards Maligne Lake we spotted a young bear wandering down a side road, then further a 2 bull moose and a cow moose, passing Medicine Lake which disappears, then arriving At Maligne lake just on sunset for some photo taking opportunities. On the way back into Jasper we saw elk which are very common around the edges of the town. Overall a successful night. ...
... rarer and harder to find. They are becoming an extinct species and hide up in the mountains in small families. The falls were spectacular and while not particularly big at this time of the year, are the cause of several deaths each year as people - usually young males, decide to climb onto the slippery rocks for a better view. Next stop, Jasper. Taking the mountain route in our continuing search to find a bear, (Michael promised we would see one during our trip ...