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A pristine wilderness on a scale difficult to imagine, Canada’s glaciated Rocky Mountains are a true adventure playground with a huge range of activities on offer. From hiking to horse-riding and of course wildlife spotting, there is no end of things to do. Here’s our lowdown on the top ten ways to spend your days in this grand region, which spans the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia...
Jasper, Alberta & The Plains, Canada
Best for: Family, Walking Trekking, Wildlife
Situated just a block from Jasper’s downtown shops and restaurants, the Crimson Jasper is a comfortable relaxing and contemporary hotel with 99 spacious and well appointed rooms. The Crimson also has an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and restaurant.
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Inspired by the Canadian landscape with colours of green and red, The Crimson offers comfortable and convenient accommodation in a stunning setting of the Canadian Rockies. With just 99 rooms, the hotel is fairly small in comparison to other options in the area but has all the facilities and amenities any traveller would need. Accommodations are spacious and contemporary, with modern amenities and decor.
During the day, Jasper offers a wealth of spectacular outdoor activities, from white water rafting down the Athabasca river, to hiking and mountain biking. On-site, the hotel offers a swimming pool, a fitness room, lounge and restaurant, although you will be well placed within close proximity of Jaspers downtown shops and restaurants.
When to go
Alberta has a dry continental climate with warm summers and cold winters, making it a year round destination. The ski season is from December to March and the summer season from May to September. At any time of year you can expect the sun to be out. Winters can get cold, when the temperature can plummet to a bone-chilling -20°C. Summers tend to warm and dry, with the warmest months being July and August, where the temperature sits at a comfortable 25°C.
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Things to do
Enjoy a gentle rafting tour on the Athabasca River for a unique perspective of Jasper National Park. Pass small sets of rushing rapids as well as calm stretches, which allows your guide to point out the natural and human history of the area.
Discover Jasper and its Wildlife
This three hour wildlife tour is the perfect chance to enjoy spectacular scenery and learn more about Jasper's original inhabitants.
Maligne Lake Cruise
Alberta's Maligne Valley near Jasper epitomises the dramatic landscapes and heritage of the Rockies. Departing from Maligne Lake Dock, this 90 minute interpretive cruise travels 14 km down the lake through Sampson Narrows and onto Spirit Island.
Ice Explorer Tour & Skywalk
Experience the power of glaciers in the Canadian Rockies. Travel on an Ice Explorer onto an ancient glacier and hang mid-air on the Glacier Skywalk.