We totally love this store, and it is a must visit if you are in jasper, they have unique items and it is the only place to buy Branded National parks Merch in the park. Plus their proceeds go to help...
The summer before I visited, we had gone to Yellowstone National Park, and had no luck with seeing any bears. In Jasper, we were able to see around thirteen! There was also some great hikes. If your g...
We visited jasper on the Parks Canada Day (July 21st). They had planned out many great tours and hikes that you could sign up for and they were all for free!!! We took the Historic Jasper Tour which...
If you happen driving in Jasper National Park do not forget Tangle Creek and watch out for the roaming animals. Alot of surprises when you are in an adventure!
The camping of the Canadian National Park must apply for permit on the official website. Its not that you walk into the forest with a tent to see which scenery is good, and one tent can live directly. The camp is divided into front camping camping and backcountry camping. The first-level camp facilities are complete. There are bathrooms and toilets. The remote camps are mostly remote. It may be inconvenient for vehicles to enter and exit. The facilities are simple, but the scenery is definitely better.
Select the park you want to go to on the official website. There are many camps in a park. The level is different. I chose the wapiti camp of Jasper, which is fully equipped and has a shower room, close to the town of Jasper. Click to enter the Wapiti selection area, then select site, each site has photos and details. After payment, the official website will send the number of the permit to your mailbox and present it to the staff at the entrance of the camp. If you need a bonfire, you need to pay the fire permit fee here.
Rising can only use the firewood provided by the camp. People should not leave the campfire and turn off before 23 o'clock.
From Lake Louise through an ice road to Jasper, the winter snow is full of romance. Walking on the Pyramid Lake, enjoying a cup of hot chocolate by the lake, the festive atmosphere is coming... Jasper's summer is always overcrowded, I didn't expect it to have a taste in winter.
Humans hold funerals for the demise of the glaciers. To the Jasper National Park in the Rocky Mountains, be sure to take a look at the angelic glacier shaped like a wing. There is a beautiful blue-green small lake under the glacier. There is still a lot of ice floes in July, and the sunset is drunk with the calm water. The Angel Glacier is one of the fastest disappearing glaciers in the Rocky Mountains. With global warming, one day you will never see the wings of the two-winged angel again.