Seven Photos to Inspire you to go to Jasper National Park | Alberta, Canada

Written by Julie Boyd | Photography by Julie Boyd

Jasper National Park has a rugged beauty that calls to be explored. It is Canada’s largest National Park, and is home to some pretty epic scenery, including giant glaciers, thundering waterfalls, and quiet alpine forests. Brian and I spent three days in Jasper over the summer, and are itching to go back for a more extended period. In the meantime, we thought we would share some of our favorite photos from the trip. Enjoy!

Columbia Icefieldcolumbia-icefield-glacier-3

Tangle Creek Fallstangle-falls-icefields-parkway-upper-falls

Sunwapta Fallssunwampta-falls-island

Athabasca Fallsathabasca-falls

Maligne Canyonmagline-canyon-jasper-park

Mt. Edith Cavell & Angel Glaciermt-edith-cavell-angel-glacierAthabasca Riverjasper-sunset-athabasca-river

To read more about our adventures in Jasper, visit the posts below.

Mt. Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier

Driving the Icefields Parkway Part 2: Jasper National Park

Exploring Jasper National Park

 

8 thoughts on “Seven Photos to Inspire you to go to Jasper National Park | Alberta, Canada

  1. Your images bring back nostalgia from this amazing place. The more we drove around, the more we have discovered. Hope you add maligne lake too! The drive there is stupendous.

    Great job on your blog!

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