When trekking and sightseeing in Jasper National Park have reached their end, reach for a paddle. When your feet have accumulated enough blisters for the next year, strap on a lifejacket and jump into a rubber raft. There are few better ways to enjoy nature’s beauty in the Canadian Rockies than whitewater rafting.
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The Canadian Rockies have become very popular amongst travelers over the past twenty years. Much of this popularity is due to Jasper and Banff National Parks. In fact, to get a campsite along some of the more popular trails take careful research and dedication.
Before roads connected Banff and Jasper National Parks, before gas guzzling coaches roamed the frontal boundaries of the majestic Canadian Rockies, adventurers were forced to mount horses to see the hidden beauty of this region. The tradition continues today: if you want to see the backcountry, horseback is the most complete mode of transportation.
Jasper, Alberta: A Canadian Rockies Gem
Towering mountains, crystal clear waters, the Canadian Rockies have it all!
JASPER, Alberta – Sitting in the midst of the majestic Canadian Rockies, Jasper is one of Canada’s famed vacation destinations. With the town located in […]