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TripAdvisor Reviews Tekarra Lodge Jasper National Park
Travel Blogs from Jasper National Park
... bridge parking and then drove up to the 1st bridge parking and started from there. I was actually surprised at how well we stayed together as a family and enjoyed the whole hike. Mom did so well with the 3 miles and actually did the whole hike!! Although she kept rolling her eyes every time someone said that was the last hill. LOL. Then 2 minutes later a SMALL hill would come up and she would act like we lied. ...
... to climb the stairs. There is a steep staircase at the right side of the parking area. According to a kind man on the trail, you can take the stairs as a loop trail to get back to the parking area or you can just climb the stairs for a good view. We all did that to varying degrees. I am so proud of mom always making an effort to go and do what we do even if she can’t do the whole thing. She got up high enough to get a good view ...
... moments. Although we hoped for some clearing there was none and by the time we left the grocery store it was literally pouring. I also had to get gas (petrol) in the downpour. I had to circle the grocery 4 times because there was no parking. Finally I got a space and as my family came out some asshat decided to pull right in front of me (in a NO parking yellow zone) and continue to back up until I honked at him. He then stopped just short of hitting ...
... our predetermined meeting area was. I figured again (mistakenly)
that we would be able to just find it because Jasper is a small town. WRONG. Finally when we got into the townsite I had reception and after a series of confusing messages finally figured out where the restaurant was and then managed to park. At some point along the
way Jym lost his sunglasses. That always starts a downward spiral. We had a ...
... BC's Morley Lake Rec Site again but continued on to Big Creek
Territorial Park where we snagged a great site backing onto a huge
Left early and had breakfast at Kathy's
Diner in Watson Lake and passed numerous Bison (Bison Bison
Athabasca?) along the roadside, including one huge bull. We then
passed Stone Sheep crossing the road a couple of times. Disliked