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Travel Blogs from Jasper
The Journey To Jasper
This morning we left Banff and set off to travel the Icefields Parkway en route to Jasper. The scenery was spectacular though outside was cold. One of the lakes we passed was still frozen.
En route we saw a big-horned mountain sheep and further on a mountain goat high up on a cliff. I don't know how those …
This was our earliest morning yet..woke up a 6AM, had a quick breakfast, then hit the road about 7AM so we would miss the Tri-Athalon crowds and road closings near our hotel. This was the first day we were on our own. Of course it was raining, again :)
Today we are riding on the Ice Fields Parkway from Banff to Jasper …
Hi Folks! We cycled the steep (300m gain in 3 miles) to Lake Louise where we did the worthwhile hike to Agnes Lake & Teahut (another 365m elevation gain). Had to take shelter from a thunderstorm before cycling back to the hostel. Left in brilliant sunshine the next day to cycle the Icefields Parkway (known as one of the top 10 drives in the …
... cold and freezing! We spend some time in the hot pool but eventually move to the warm pool to relax. Patrick tries out the freezing pool....but not for long. Lyndsey takes a dip too and then returns to the HOT pool. Tori and I are chicken and only test the cold waters with our toes.
... of the most beautiful roads I have ever traveled!! It is like riding next to the Grand Tetons for 175 miles but having them on both sides of you with large glaciers tossed in for good measure. I stopped for a couple hikes and side trips looking silly and hot in my riding gear, but it worked OK. High points included Peyeto Lake, (beautiful) and the Athabascan Glacier (awesome). I met a Dutch tour group who ...
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