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Mt. Edith Cavell

Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Mount Edith Cavell Hiking Tour
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Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

We spent a week going through Banff and Jasper and this was by far our favourite excursion. The views were stunning, even the drive was beautiful. A must see.

Thank Jay B
Reviewed 3 days ago

My husband and I went to Mt. Edith Cavell with a guide who understood that we were seniors not in the best physical shape -- but she insisted that we attempt the climb to the first level glaciers and promised to help us up by...More

Thank Denise C
Reviewed 4 days ago

We took a guided tour of Mt Edith Cavell. We could have done it ourselves but then we would not have learnt about it, the flora and the fauna. When we went it was raining but that did not deter. The trail is easy, the...More

Thank demonmike
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Given 4 stars on the description of it . We went to see it but unfortunately the road is restricted as there is a very small amount of car parking at the end of the road. Passes have to be obtained from the forest service...More

1  Thank Geoff M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy access and an amazing site, if you like imposing rock faces and huge glaciers. The meadows trails was closed (July 2017) due to a grizzly momma with cub so the one short walk up the viewing point was it. The drive in and out...More

2  Thank bruce1122
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a spectacular activity to do in Jasper. There is a short walk on a paved path to the over look to view Angel Glacier, Cavell Glacier, Mt Edith Cavell, and Cavell lake (pond) at the bottom of the two glaciers. When I was...More

4  Thank Jamhfx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Although much of the main loop trail was closed due to an aggressuve grizzly bear in the area, it was still worth our effort. Look over trail closures as several were in place but we only knew of one. Be aware of the parking permit...More

1  Thank 1mar2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Remember to get a permit from the Visitor Centre/Parks Canada office in Jasper (townsite). It is an easy hike up to the Angel Glacier. The views along and at the end of the trail are stunning and awe-inspiring!! (Do not forget to look back for...More

1  Thank FFei85
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We misunderstood the pass requirements and were unable to get in. To limit the number of visitors per day, you must now get a unique pass for Edith Cavell. The national park pass will not be sufficient. Check with the visitor center in Jasper before...More

2  Thank Mark M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Drive from Jasper is only 27km, but due to mountain road, it takes about 1hour to get there. We saw black bear walk on the road. We don't get parking permit. It is not much traffic that day, so the staff let us park on...More

2  Thank Fei L
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Milesequalssmiles
19 August 2016|
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Response from JNK65 | Reviewed this property |
The walk to the first viewpoint of the glacier will be fine. Anything more I would suggest that you have to carry all the way as it is not suitable for a buggy
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Fahad M
2 August 2016|
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Response from JNK65 | Reviewed this property |
There a couple of levels. To the first point where you get a good view of the lake and glacier you could take a stroller and young child. Suggest that this should be the limit of your ambitions but worth doing Enjoy
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