Jasper National Park


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Jasper National Park

(ˈdʒæspə)
n
(Placename) a national park in SW Canada, in W Alberta in the Rockies: wildlife sanctuary. Area: 10 900 sq km (4200 sq miles)

Jas′per Na′tional Park′


n.
a national park in the Canadian Rockies in W Alberta, in SW Canada.
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Mount Kinross, in Jasper National Park, Alberta, was to be named after the VC winner in 1951.
Louise Jasper National Park and Maligne Lake on an optional excursion (available for a supplement) Overnight in Sun Peaks
A second coal-mining company in four months is being hit with a seven-figure penalty for polluting incidents that impacted fish in tributaries of the Athabasca River east of Jasper National Park in Alberta, according to The Globe and Mail.
The federal government will no longer be seeking a private operator for Banff Upper Hot Springs in Banff National Park, Miette Hot Springs in Jasper National Park, or Radium Hot Springs in Kootenay National Park.
In 1951, a 2,640-metre mountain in Jasper National Park was named Mount Kinross in his honour.
Lake Louise in Winter Skiing in Banff or Jasper National Park is amazing.
You're going to start seeing wildlife soon, I guarantee it," my ride from Edmonton International Airport announced as soon as we passed through the entrance to Jasper National Park.
Keri Cronin's study on Jasper National Park addresses the construction of park nature in various photographic accounts, examining how images create an ideal of (mostly) empty wilderness, and how the commodification of wilderness in postcards, photos and brochures shapes our interactions with the actual environment.
I thought my days of living on the edge were over, but 25 years on from launching myself out of a plane, I prepare to career down Marmot Basin in the heart of the majestic Jasper National Park, Alberta.
A group working on conservation of nature headed for Jasper National Park.
The largest of six ice sheets that comprise the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park, the Athabasca Glacier receives seven metres of snowfall per year, John Wilmshurst, Jasper National Park's resource conservation manager, said.