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Mt. Edith Cavell

Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We skipped over the ice fields glacier tour and opted for this hike instead. It was a great choice. However, you'll need to stop at the park office in Jasper to pick up a pass and time slot that you can enter the area. It's...More

Thank Vblakey
Reviewed 17 December 2016

Good drive and fairly easy to find/locate. Good Parking and Toilets clean (As always)... Nice views and some short walks.

Thank RoyGerstner
Reviewed 10 December 2016

Mt Edith Cavell in in the middle of a grouping of mountains and can be seen from several roads, so it is a bit confusing. What is the most interesting is the story of Edith Cavell.

Thank Philip M
Reviewed 18 November 2016

I enjoyed by 9AM-ish visit here- there weren't very many people there yet. Walked the Path of The Glacier Trail. I would have loved to have gotten quite a bit closer to the glacier chunks in the lake, but for your safety, that's not allowed...More

Thank BeckyAurora
Reviewed 27 October 2016

We wanted to do the whole trail, glaciers and meadows and all, but cut it short due to thunder storm warning. The trail is rocky so it might be easy to twist your ankles when it's wet. The shorter trail to the main outlook was...More

1  Thank NPFanCA
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Due to road construction, we could not drive all the way in. However, the road up to the area was a beautiful, scenic drive. The curves that others mentioned didn't bother us at all; just a nice two-lane country road. We parked by a lake,...More

1  Thank laneybelle
Reviewed 7 October 2016

A nice drive & not hard to find. Walk from the car park is only about 800 metres and although uphill is not strenuous. Not too many people and the scenery is lovely. Can't walk on the glacier but you do get a good view...More

1  Thank David C
Reviewed 1 October 2016

Mount Edith Cavell is located in Jasper National Park, and this impressive peak is located entirely within Alberta. The parkway is a twisting, turning 14 kilometre route through sub-alpine forests to the slopes of Mt. Edith Cavell. The hairpin turns add to the fun. You...More

Thank Cottonelle
Reviewed 30 September 2016

We took a (roughly) 90min drive from Hinton up to Mount Edith Cavell as it had been recommended to us by a guide on a previous tour. We parked just further down from the main car park where there were 3 toilet cabins located. We...More

2  Thank Bluebell-woods1
Reviewed 30 September 2016

If you want to go close to a glacier with not making much effort you should visit this place. There is a small parking space where you can easily park your car and in 10 minutes you are able to go very close to the...More

1  Thank Jeannieee
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Milesequalssmiles
Hi, We are thinking about visiting this trail next year with our then 2 year old. Do you think its a safe trail with a baby? thanks. Chitra
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
How long is the hike to the upper glacier? Is it do able carrying my 3 years daughter? Can i take strollers on the trail?
3 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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AmsterdamMarion
Hi, I am planning to go here end of June with my parents, both retirees (65-ish :-)). Will the hike be doable for them? Thanks!
30 May 2016|
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Response from David C | Reviewed this property |
The upper trail to the meadow can be steep in places. The lower trail is shorter and easier.
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