The waterfall in Jasper National Park's famous Marlene Canyon, which falls 50 meters below the surface of a torrent, exerts the magical power of water droplets and rocks to pierce the canyon. The seemingly hard rocks are ground into smooth potholes and then rush down with strong eddies. The beauty of Marlene Canyon is standing on a bridge and looking at the torrential currents beneath the canyon, and seeing how she travels thousands of miles in the cold cliff.
Jasper, Crane, Banff and other national parks are linked together. Jasper has Marlene Lake, Elven Island, Asabaska Falls, Columbia Ice Field and other scenic spots, as well as hot springs, cable cars, and the Night Star Festival in October every year. In short, the Rocky Mountains must be visited.
Best sightseeing train, comfortable and peaceful town, mysterious and secluded canyon, frightening ice walking experience, brave attempt of snow road. Jasper in winter, unparalleled beauty, here can listen to the breath of the earth, so quiet, so white. Think of the vigor of snow, yearning for the harvest of the past year. But at this moment, everything is still, only the impact of the soul.
Jasper National Park is one of Canada's three major national parks, where you can get close contact with the Colombian ice sheet's perennial glaciers by a giant wheel of ice snowmobile. You can walk in the sky and enjoy the Rocky Mountains better. You can feel the purity of glacial lake water by Marlene Lake. If you are lucky, you can also see the silly little black bear.
Jasper National Park is one of the three largest parks in the Canadian Mountains. It is famous for its beautiful alpine lakes and rivers. Starting from Banff, we visited Lake Bow, Lake Peto, Lake Patricia, and Marlene Canyon successively. We went to Columbia Glacier, traveled along the beautiful Icefield Avenue, and met wild deer and other animals at close range.
Later, a lot of boating and other projects have been closed, the ice sheet car we did not go to sit on, there is an observation platform on the ice sheet avenue, we passed by, it seems that all the buses took the past, we did not go, because self-driving, we find no one's place, see where good to stop.
Jasper National Park is one of Canada's famous alpine national parks and the largest national park in the Rocky Mountains. Located in the northernmost Rocky Mountains of Alberta, north of Banff National Park and west of Edmonton. There are many kinds of wild animals and plants growing in it. It covers an area of 10878 square kilometers. There are witchcraft lake, Patricia lake and pyramid lake, Marlene lake and Marlene Canyon in the park. The lakes, mountains and rivers reflect each other, displaying the magical beauty of nature. There is also Colombia Glacier, the oldest and largest ice sheet in the Rocky Mountains, which attracts people all over the world every year. In 1984, Jasper National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Walking in the natural palace of Jasper National Park, you can hear yourself falling into the heart of the world, blooming between breathing and breathing.