We absolutely loved this. The drive is a little narrow and windy but it is worth it. It’s beautiful it at the top and we even saw …
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Handmade Candy & Fudge In Jasper Nestled in the middle of downtown Jasper in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the cuddly six foot Candy Bear welcomes visitors with open arms. Enter his shop and you’ll be transported to a magical world of bears and expertly crafted handmade candies. Mouth-watering homemade fudge, caramels and candy […]
#1 Maligne Lake Road My first choice in my top 5 wildlife viewing locations would have to be Maligne Lake Road in Jasper National Park. We have driven up and down this road more times than I can remember. It’s an easy drive with many wonderful scenic views, hiking trials, rest areas with washrooms, and of […]
Today I am going to share a few of my favourite places in Jasper National Park. If you only have a few days in the park these are some of the must see’s before you leave. I would like to start off by saying that if you like attractions, wildlife, hiking, and scenic views, Jasper […]
Thousands of tourists make their way through Jasper National Park every year, a lot of the time for wildlife viewing. Each of them hopes to have a once in a lifetime opportunity to view some of Canada’s most precious wildlife species. The park is the home to many large mammals including elk, deer, moose, caribou, […]
There are great opportunities to see a wide range of wildlife on the drive through the Jasper National Park. We have seen Elk, Mountain Sheep, Mountain Goats, various birds and Bear. Of course there is always a chance you may see something more rare like wolf or cougar. There are some great scenic views as […]
WARNING: The drive up to Mount Edith Cavell is narrow and has many very sharp curves. In the winter the road can be icy. You should NOT drive RV’s or tow any trailers up this road. There is a warning at the begging of the road. Listen to it! Please also be aware that animals […]
In the fable of The Tortoise and the Hare, Aesop cautioned us to temper our “need for speed,” because “slow and steady wins the race.” In the case of the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, slow and steady doesn’t necessarily win any race, but taking a gradual, more mindful approach to this now-iconic symbol of the American […]
Quick video of young bear eating berries along the road up to Mount Edith Cavell. This video was taken this summer. We are pretty sure the mom was just behind him/her in the bushes as we heard a grunt, didn’t see her but I am sure she was warning us. We were in the truck so keeping safe.
Love the bears.