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It`s pretty sad when there are mountains 4-5 hours away from me and yet we always keep going back to Banff all of the time and have really never gone to Jasper for more than a day to pass through on the way home, most likely because it hasn`t been over taken by th restaurant industry and there are limited dining and coffee options lol. The park has spectacular views of the Canadian Rockies and covers over 10,878 square kilometers. There are also an abundance of lakes, hot springs, glaciers, and waterfalls such as the Tangle Creek Falls in picture one which is probably the best Alberta has to offer in terms of waterfalls that I`ve seen from hikes to waterfalls we`ve done. Jasper National Park is a great place to hike, mountain bike, ski, fish, swim, kayak, and camp. However I probably wouldn`t go swimming since the lakes would probably be fairly chilly year round and make you quite nippley or shrink your junk if your a man lol. I`d visit one day if the hike to the Tangle Creek Falls is not more than 4 hours and there aren`t bear or cougar warnings and I pack bear spray. Animals be dangerous even elk when they are calving.
Do you know of any nice scenic areas or national parks close to where you live?
Have you ever had a dangerous animal encounter? Humans count by the way because Humans be dangerous too lol.