Jasper is located in the Rocky Mountains between Edmonton Alberta and Kamloops British Columbia in West Canada. National Park, hiking, fishing, climbing, skiing, canoeing, information.

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Jasper The Rocky Mountains

People, places and events are commemorated in system of national historic sites across Canada. These designations assist in the preservation of the cultural heritage. In 1813, fur traders built a supply depot on Brule Lake east of present day Jasper National Park. This trading post, Jasper House, named for its commander Jasper Hawes, was later moved up the Athabasca River to Jasper Lake, where it operated into the 1880s.

Jasper National Park covers an area of 10878 square kms, most of which cannot be reached by road. Before you lies the largest of the Rocky Mountain national parks, part of a United Nations World Heritage site.


Pass of least resistance

Originally called Leather Pass for the commonly transported material, Yellowhead Pass west of Jasper townsite was later renamed for blonde-haired Pierre Hatsinaton, also known as "Tete Jaune" or "Yellowhead". Used as a trade route from the mid-1820s early 1850s, the path was also chosen for railwa in the early 1900s.

For millions of years, wind, water and ice have sculpted the Maligne lanscape. You can see these forces today in unfinished works of art: sharp mountain peaks, deep limestone canyons and glaciated valleys.

The Mountain Lure

Until the 19th century, aboriginal people traveled and hunted seasonally in what is now Jasper National Park. The fur trade of the early 1800s brought Europeans searching for the best routes through the Rocky mountains.

Their accounts of the west soon atracted explorers and mountaineers from around the world. Eventually, one of the greatest influences upon this area took place; the completion of rail lines in 1913 carried the modern age of tourism to Jasper.


L'Etoile Guest House
L'Etoile Guest House

L'Etoile Guesthouse between Cevennes, Ardeche and Lozere in the South of France

Old romantic Hotel, L'Etoile Guest-House is a mountain retreat in the South of France. With a beautiful park along the Allier River, L'Etoile Guesthouse is located in La Bastide-Puylaurent between Lozere, Ardeche and Cevennes. Many hiking trails like GR7, GR70 Stevenson trail, GR72, GR700 Regordane way, Cevenol, Allier river, Margeride, Gevaudan. Many hiking loops around L'Etoile Guesthouse. The right place to relax.