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Stories abound in Jasper and at the Mount Robson Inn

A family of hotel operators started with Joe Gulevich who acquired a beautiful woodland piece of property outside of the Jasper town site near the eastern edge of Jasper National Park. Having grown up on a farm east of Edmonton, working with his hands was a familiar day for Joe....

The Jasper NordicFest multi-day sports festival is destined to become a premier loppet and sports festival that will attract skiers and athletes from across Western Canada! Utilizing the newly developed trails at Athabasca Falls and Whirlpool Hub, the locations are some of the most beautiful parts of the World. This...

Canadian Rockies, May 2014 – Jump in the car and drive. That’s what most people do when traveling the Icefields Parkway. They just grab the wheel and let the lay of the land guide them. Why not? Spontaneity is a big part of what makes the Icefields Parkway the #1...
The notion of “traffic” in Jasper has always amused me. Sure, in the summer you can get stuck behind two lanes of rubbernecking RVs going 30 kilometres an hour down Connaught Drive, but it lasts all of a few blocks. In winter, the roads are pretty much wide open. There’s...
For many of us, a dark sky doesn’t exist in our urban landscapes where streetlights, office towers and sky-scrapers dominate. Skylines cast artificial glows to drown out the twinkling stars above. However, when you are in the presence of darkness, the amazing night sky comes into full view. On March...