Travel Blogs from Jasper
... cold and freezing! We spend some time in the hot pool but eventually move to the warm pool to relax. Patrick tries out the freezing pool....but not for long. Lyndsey takes a dip too and then returns to the HOT pool. Tori and I are chicken and only test the cold waters with our toes.
... the actual trail, but we liked where we ended up regardless. We got a great view from above the glacier and the surrounding mountains. Who knows, maybe just around the bend was something incredible, but I guess we’ll have to go back and find out!
Driving to Jasper, Becca spotted a couple of mountain goats (literally) hanging out on the edge of a rock face. We ...
... seemingly) from tourists cameras, but I was a hair too late. Possibly today? Love to see Caribou!
Did 3 tour/ hikes today: Athabasca Falls (incredible rock funnel shooting water thundering down a narrow gorge), Mt Edith Cavel (great bike road, switchbacks, spectacular Mtn and glacier views) and Medicine Lake (pecular underground outlet) and Lake Maligne (the largest and deepest in the park). What gorgeous scenery.
... climb to the top of one of the peaks. It was a nice cool cloudy day and we made it up the walk with very few problems and the view at the top across 3 different valleys was absolutely lovely.
The walk also helpfully left from the car parks of the local hot springs, so Ali got to stop off for a quick dip before we headed back to the campsite.
Next up a drive down the beautiful Ice Fields Parkway to Banff!
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