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 …
... people, as long as they are a reasonable distance away, and you don't come upon them suddenly or get between them and their cubs. We also saw a coyote, mule deer, elk, bald eagle mother sitting on her nest, osprey and trout spawning, as well as the great scenery. Clouds have been building up all day (almost the first we have seen on this trip) and there is some talk of light rain. As we are heading back west, we may escape ...
... towards Beaver Lake. That was the final hike of the day and of the trip as well.
This is our final day in the Rockies, but this place is definitely worth many more visits. There is a ton of hidden treasures in the parks, plenty of new places to explore and majestic views to enjoy. This is a great place to spend a week or two in the wilderness and get out of a stuffy boiling city during summer months.
... m not quite up to the feats of a mountain goat, but I'm getting more nimble on the slopes. On these treks I've carried a backpack full of camera gear and toted my tripod along, which at times served as a walking stick or brace to make it up and down steep slopes.
And I've enjoyed every moment of being in these magnificent surroundings.
I'll have one more blog tomorrow.
Rainer and Julie