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Sulphur Skyline Trail
#1 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Although the hike itself is more strenuous than others in the park, the end views are well worth the incline on the way up and the achy knees on your way down!
It was (and still is) the most amazing day hike in Jasper National Park.
Mount Edith Cavell Trail
#2 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
A fairly easy hike gets you to the foot of Angel Glacier, and a short hike down to the glacial lake below it (at your own risk....there are signs that mark it as a flash flood area and the park signs ask that you...
Note that during the 2017 season, the parks are working on expanding the parking lot so there is limited access to the site and you will require a permit from the Jasper information center in town (they hand them...
Athabasca Falls Jasper
#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
We traveled from Lake Louise to Jasper National Park on day 6 of our Tauck Tour of the Canadian Rockies and our guide Rob had us stop & visit the Magnificent Ahabasca Falls.
Great hiking trails, the falls you can follow all the way during your walk... just beautiful... nature at it's best
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Maligne Canyon Jasper
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
It kept all wild life away from the trail...! The centuries old river fed by the meeting glacier had sculpted great shapes into side rock walls !!! Worth seeing the power of nature through the centuries.
The Maligne Canyon Icewalk with Sundog tours at Jasper National park was truly an amazing experience.its is a magical place during winter with its frozen waterfalls, surreal ice formations and frosted limestone wa...
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Mt. Edith Cavell
#5 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Why! because !! A great easy drive up in the mountains, close to Jasper 35 minutes, beautiful stunning scenery, large car park, easy walk to view the magnificent Mt Edith Cavell and the glacier and the glacier lake.
Spent our first day in Jasper National park at Mt Edith Cavell where the walk from the car park takes you first up to the angel glacier then onto the frozen lake at the bottom of the glacier and then onto the mead...
Spirit Island
#6 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Another Wonderful Location in the Jasper Park This Space has a Magical Energy on each visit.
Our guides were well-informed, patient, and extremely repectful of the guests and the surrounding nature’s history.
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Mill Creek Ravine Park Edmonton 3.5 km away
#1 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Right off white ave, great place to go for a hike before brunch, bike rides, or just enjoy a bit of nature, love this place.
This is a great park to take your dog for a walk, throw a frisbee or just enjoy the great outdoors on the walking trails.
Maligne Lake
#7 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
It's got beautiful mountains all around it.....the lake is a glacier melt and the scenes are awesome all the way up and down the trip...it is a must see for people who are already in the Jasper park area...Moraine...
A stunningly beautiful place to visit, and easily the best attraction in the amazing Jasper national park.
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Athabasca Glacier
#8 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
for 2 including the skywalk visit and lunch in the restaurant,and well worth it....bus takes you up to the bus park on the side of glacier ,and then get the ice explorer bus which is huge but fun you go up a 40deg...
Surrounded by mountains and huge moraines, take a walk on the glacier and see nature in all it's ruggedness.
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Pyramid and Patricia Lakes Jasper
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
Just a short drive from Jasper these lakes are a perfect place for a relaxing stroll in the awesome scenery of the national park.
Located approx 15-25 minutes drive to Pyramid Island car park from Jasper town centre, along a narrow winding & beautiful road, these are 2 tranquil and picturesque lakes to visit.
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Greenland Garden Centre Sherwood Park 14.6 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Sherwood Park
I have always enjoyed greenland garden centre & Sherwood Park is so fortunate to have such a wonderful business here!
The team is capable of putting it out of the park, will help with design to suggestions on helping your purchase survive, if it doesn’t survive they make it right.
Bald Hills Jasper
#4 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
Masses of nature including marmot, ground squirrel and chipmunk and masses of alpine flowers.
We started out in sun in the car park and on the top it snowed!
Marmot Basin Ski Area Jasper
#5 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
Emma, the Park Ranger was personable, informative and made it a fun morning roaming around the woods.
There is 4 parking lots and normally has lots of room to park and then ski/board down to the chalet to purchase your lift tickets.
William Hawrelak Park Edmonton 3.9 km away
#2 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Hawrelak park is a great park with lots of space but alos the venue for lots of festivals and events including Heritage days, Silver Skate, and Shakespeare in the Park and Symphony under the stars
... pond By picnic area building number 2 is a footbridge that crosses the river and takes you to Laurier park which has many walking paths along the river and an off lease dog park A truly beautiful part of Edmonton
Columbia Ice Field Jasper
#6 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
This is another fantastic free attraction right along the beaten path of Jasper National Park that illustrates the magnificent power and beauty of glaciers and their impact on earth's geography.
Really enjoyed this trip that took us from Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge to Banff The Columbia Ice Fields is a must do Our driver was fun and knowledgeable and offered wee stops along the way and a great photo stop a...
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Old Fort Point Loop Trail Jasper
#7 of 13 Nature & Parks in Jasper
A gradual walk down the hill took me onto the forested trail and around its base - through some very muddy patches! - back to the carp park and bridge.
A 15 min hike from the car park to the top with stunning views of Jasper and Pyramid mountain for the effort.
Sunwapta Falls and Canyon
#14 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
... are less crowed, less improved, more natural and just amazing in their own way :-) Stay a while in the bridge and lose yourself as you are mesmerized by the sight of the falls and the great roaring of raw nature!
There are so many amazing waterfalls in this vicinity that are easy to get to, park up and wonder!
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Elk Island National Park Edmonton 5.2 km away
#3 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Wildlife you can encounter includes Woods Bison (south side of hwy 16), Plains Bison (north side of the park where the visitor centre is), elk, moose, deer, coyotes, beavers, muskrats, herons, pelicans, owls, gees...
A short drive from Edmonton on Highway 16, there is small national park with a proliferation of wildlife: 250 bird species (some rare, some just gorgeous), 2 types of bison, elk, deer, moose, beaver, and coyotes.
Muttart Conservatory Edmonton 1.5 km away
#4 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
If you are in touch or need to reconnect with Flora / Mother Nature, the focal energy from the architectural design of the 4 pyramids is a pure euphoric escapism.
Mountain bike trails and a full beautiful park make this place great.
Whistlers Mountain
#15 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
We were told to expect long line-ups due to a) long weekend [August] and b) National Parks open at no charge this year.
Annette Lake
#16 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Some interpretive panels along the way provide interesting facts on nature around this lake.
this loop around the lake was perfect. it will be even better when the park finished paving the walk.
Medicine Lake
#17 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
We were on a tour of the park, a perfect sunny day in May a few clouds and this little gem of a lake.
Beautiful lake to stop and absorb in the nature.
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Wilcox Pass
#18 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
One of the most beautiful hikes in Jasper National Park
It gains about 330m from the car park to the pass, but stunning once you come out of the trees and on up to the pass itself.
Angel Glacier
#19 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Before heading up to the peak and trail head, Plan ahead as you may need a permit to drive and park on Mt.
The parks service limits the number of people in the area so it's a wonderful way to get spectacular scenery without the crowds.
Athabasca River
#20 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
When we were on the way back to Jasper, we saw a ton of cars parked next to the highway and decided to park as well.
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St. Albert Botanic Park St. Albert 13.8 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in St. Albert
A Great day for taking in the delicate an unobstructed beauty of Nature in its most stunning flavours, a palette for the artistic eye, the intricate flora and cacti that bring out a unique and captivating backdrop...
This is a lovely park, the product of many happy, willing volunteers who do a high quality job of making the park a great place to walk, to sit, to relax or to enjoy the huge variety of flowers; flowering trees; o...
University of Alberta Botanic Garden Edmonton 23.4 km away
#5 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Definitely an awesome place to get in touch with nature, take in beautiful scenery, and relax; my favourite place here is the Japanese garden with the Koi pond, I could spend(and have) hours here.
The greenhouses were interesting, but the other gardens were beautiful and well worth the walk around the entire park.
Horseshoe Lake
#21 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
Just off the Hwy 93 is a small car park and a easy 5 minute walk you see the stunning colours and beauty of this lake.
If you follow the trail from the Parking lot , you reach a Parks Canada sign.
Tangle Creek Falls
#22 of 43 Nature & Parks in Jasper National Park
You see it on the right side of the road when going north, but the parking lot is on the left side, so if you park on the right side of the road, make sure any children getting out of the car are SUPER careful!!!
Just another beautiful sighting in Jasper National Park
Terwillegar Park Edmonton 7.8 km away
#6 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Excellent trails for walking, it's the largest dog park in the city, and there is a huge number of dogs there on the weekends for our dog to play with.
Most people know about Terwillegar dog park but cross the footbridge to Oleskiw River Valley Park, a naturalized flood plain, and you’re on a great multiuse trail- bike, walk, run.