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Icefields Parkway

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 65

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Description

The Icefields Parkway stretches between Lake Louise and Jasper, connecting the two major west-east routes through the Canadian Rockies. Along the way, it passes through some of the most spectacular terrain in Canada. The Columbia Icefields and surrounding peaks, Mount Wilson, Bow, Peyto and Hector Lakes and more are all found along this road.

Where to stay

A network of wilderness hostels stretch between Lake Louise and Jasper, administered through Hosteling International. These are probably the most comfortable (especially in the winter ice climbing season) but campgrounds are also available. Note: Van camping in pullouts is illegal in the National Parks.

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