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Jasper is breathtaking and beautiful. Discover why so many people are flocking to this paradise on your next vacatio...
Established in 1907, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is a brea...
Jasper National Park is the largest of Canada's Rocky Mountain Parks, and forms part of UNESCO's world heritage site....
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Mention the Canadian Rockies in a conversation, and people will instantly conjure up images of colossal snow-capped peaks, scenic mountain passes, emerald green lakes and crystal clear waterfalls tumbling down into iridescent pools. These are just a few of the wonders that be imagined when visiting Jasper National Park ~ the jewel of the Rocky Mountains!! Visitors to Jasper can witness the beauty of mountains rising above nature reserves and the forests beyond, filled with a profusion of wildlife: a picture painted straight out of the storybook, Pocohontas.
There is a feast of places to interest big and small, at least a month is needed to enjoy them all! The largest and deepest lake can be found in Jasper, strolling the emerald green waters of Maligne Lake on a cruise is an experience not to be missed. The cruise will take you to the picture perfect Spirit Island. Another great attraction is the Columbia Icefield, the only field of ice in the world that can be reached by road. Embark on a 90 minute ride on the Ice Explorer and walk on the gargantuan glacier.
For that perfect picnic spot, there are plenty of beautiful pristine lakes embraced by snowy peaks to chose from. Home to herds of elk and moose, you may be blessed with their presence and do take care of the black bears roaming around foraging for a meal!
A wide mirage of activities can be enjoyed during your stay in Jasper, exploring waterfalls, bluffs, canyons and forests, rafting, biking, birding, skiing and more and at the end of an exhilarating and breathtaking day, sit back, relax and allow yourself to be pampered in elegant style by the warmth of true Canadian mountain hospitality offered by the many luxurious lodgings in Jasper National Park. The Rockies are waiting for you!!