BEST WESTERN Jasper Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Jasper Inn & Suites
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 17°C. 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 with 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 …
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. …
... of year fill up, especially on
the weekends. The smoke from Washington fires is very evident along
the valleys around Jasper – the mountains look a little eerie if
you can even see them. Animals, so far, have been limited to
Squirrels and Chipmonks – Bogie loves it. Our campsite backs onto
the icefield fed Athabasca River which provides a great spot for
... horse in front and a horse behind, there was no place for the animals to escape so bucking and dancing was their only choice. Kabel laughted that in the middle of it all I was shouting about the rope and said he was sure that this new horse would have been a mess if he had to deal with bee stings and rope burns on his backside all at once. "You freaking saved me!". So the good news, I was "in" having passed the first big test way earlier in the ride than ...
... breakfast, I went on a tour to Maligne Canyon and Lake. Maligne is French for "evil". As we were stopped and standing outside the bus at the start of the lake listening to our guide, a mother bear and her two cubs came down about 70 metres away to the dandelion patch between us and the lake. Bears love dandelions and need plenty of fibre when they come out of hibernation. She didn't worry about our being there. They are ...