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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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 …
Woke to beautiful clear blue skies! but then clouding, some rain, sun. Maybe 15C
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. The …
... flanks, until they almost dissapear completely, and you are in a semi desert of scrub and rocky canyons. After a brief stop in the Indian town of Lilloette, we pass through the towns of Revelstoke and Golden as the lower slopes and meadows start to green-up, and the mountains gradually put their thick green coats back on leaving just their grey snouts brushing the clouds. Beyond here you quickly realise that the 'Sea to Sky' was just a taster, and the truly colossal, eye-popping ...
... by far my favourite! I don't even know how to describe it, it was breathtaking! The pictures don't even do it justice. If you are ever driving down the parkway, you MUST stop here!
Our next stop was a bit further up the parkway, so we had a chance to get comfy in the van again before getting out. This was the Icefield Centre for the Columbia Icefield. Here there were heaps of glaciers, and the centre did a bus tour onto the Athabasca glacier allowing you time to walk on ...
... a train trip following the Fraser valley and a view of the magnificent Mt Robson, an evening wildlife tour when we had a close up look at magnificent bull elk and a hike at Mt Edith Cavell following the path of the glacier. We will reluctantly leave this amazing place tomorrow with a thousand pictures in our memories of the most spectacular ...