Tonquin Backcountry Lodge via Maccarib Pass is a 41.4 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Jasper, Alberta, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking and is best used from May until September.
This was a cool place. I think its about 45min from Los Vegas. You can see mountain sheep, really cool coloured rock formations and a nice drive. For the price its certainly worth it. I believe you can camp in the park as well. Not sure about hookups... but would be a nice place to stay.
We came in March so there was still snow on the ground. The campsite owners skid steer was broken down for a few days so it was a little fun getting into our stop but we did. Once the skid steer was up they cleared all around us. If your coming in the snow melt season make sure you hav […]
Came in March and still some ice and snow. We choose a pull through because they are fully cleared. Park is decent, they seem to have some year round RVers. They offer propane, water, power and sewer at all the RV locations. This time of year the water is shut off but they come and fi […]
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