Tag: Mt. Edith Cavell

5 Reasons Why Now is the Time to Book Your 2017 Canadian Adventure

5 Reasons Why Now is the Time to Book Your 2017 Canadian Adventure

Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd We’re currently in the midst of a Southern California winter, which means short periods of rain mixed with the usual sunshine and cooler nights. While we have seen more rain this year than has come in quite […]

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

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

Written by Julie Boyd | Photography by Julie Boyd Jasper National Park in Alberta 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 […]

Mt. Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier | Jasper National Park |  Alberta, Canada

Mt. Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier | Jasper National Park | Alberta, Canada

Mt. Edith Cavell Hike| Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd

One of Jasper National Park’s easiest trails and most scenic views lies along the Mt. Edith Cavell Hike. The Mt. Edith Cavell hike will take you to breathtaking views of Angel Glacier, one of the iconic spots in the park.

For this adventure, you have two options: A short hike to a viewpoint just above the Cavell Pond, or an extended hike to Cavell Meadows. Trail details, as well as our trip report are detailed below.

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