Verdant Pass via Astoria River is a 21.1 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Improvement District No. 12 , Alberta, Canada that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking.
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 went to Horse Shoe Bend just before they put in a fee to enter. I am not sure what it costs now but probably still worth it. Was a great place to visit. I also assume that with the new fees that it would be updated in terms of the pathway to the bend as it was ok for most people but […]
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Verdant Pass via Astoria River
From Jasper take the route 93 south for approximately 12.0km, then turn right onto Mount Edith Cavell Rd. This road is extremely narrow and taking a campervan up the road is prohibited and trailers or fifth wheels must be left at the bottom. Continue almost to the end of the road, parking across the road from the Edith Cavell Hostel at the Tonquin Valley/Astoria River Trailhead.
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