[Fun] The most recommended project on Icefield Boulevard, a big bike! snow coach The Icefield Adventure Center is located at the midpoint between Banff Park and Jasper Park. You must ride a cart, because this is the easiest way to approach the glacier. If you participate in hiking on the glacier, you must also make an appointment in advance to be accompanied by a professional guide. As for the glass plank road, it is actually a very short section. It feels like if you want to save money, you don't have to participate. Btw, the shuttle buses and ice trucks are all young people, and there are also summer college students who come to work. They can chat very well and make everyone laugh. There are also beautiful drivers!
The ice field connects Lake Louise and Jasper with a total length of more than two hundred kilometers. There are countless snowy mountains, glaciers, lakes, canyons, waterfalls, and numerous hiking routes of various difficulties along the way. Drive from the town of Lake Louise and pass through Hector Lake, Uzaw Glacier, Bow Lake, Beto Lake, the classic Parker Ridge hiking trail, Columbia Ice Field, Sinwada Falls, Athabasca Falls... and finally arrive at Jass Bozhen, walk and play, get ready for the whole day. If you are lucky, you can come across black bears, elk, and wild goats, so if you see a car parked on the side of the road ahead, you must slow down. Most animals are found on the side of the road.
Icefield Boulevard, also known as North America Highway 93, is a highway in Alberta, Canada. It is a long road that can reach the icefields and snowy areas from Lake Louise to Jasper National Park. The total length of the road is 232 kilometers. Parallel to the North American Continental Divide, it traverses the rugged Rocky Mountains, passes through Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, connects Lake Louise and Lake Jasper, and is known as one of the most beautiful highways in the world. Highway 93 is also called Icefields Parkway. This road was built in 1940. It is full of snowy mountains, lakes, waterfalls and glaciers, and yellow-leaf grass fields. The scenery along the way is beautiful, not only can you see countless emerald-colored lakes, but you can also bring back the light blue glaciers like wall hangings. We rented this car in Calgary and started our self-driving trip to Banff National Park