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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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 …
... 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. ...
Jasper - left Edmonton on a bright sunny day and drove - rather quickly into heavy clouds/rain that have stayed with us in Jasper. We managed a boat ride on Maligne Lake
which was semi-dry -- but the heads of all the mountains were in clouds. Med's first taste of mountain driving.
Our 'Becker's Bungalows' is 'cute' a small log cabin with everything (well perhaps ...
Go, Mikey! He was a trooper climbing up the mountains. It is always worth it when you get to the top.
There is more wildlife in Jasper than Banff - we saw three bears, a loon, caribou, and mountain goats. Mikey said it was the biggest rack he has ever seen ...
Still in Jasper this wonderful place. We have seen lots of lakes, canyons, waterfalls and animals since we have been here and are very impressed with Jasper. We are staying at the Wapiti Campgrounds which is on the Athabasca River which I can hear roaring in the background as I write this update.
A herd of Elk frequent the park as do a number of Bears. We have not seen any since we have been in this park just the poo and ...