A strange phenomenon exists just inside the Eastern Jasper National Park boundary. The Athabasca River flattens out into a broad plain and the shallow water flows lazily along looking cool and inviting. On most warm days, you will see people wading and splashing around. We opted to give it a try after our failed Overlander hike.
Walking on Water
lazily along the flats.
Waders are refreshed.
This concludes my Jasper series for now. What is your favourite spot to visit in Jasper or elsewhere?