Mount Robson Park provides representation of all the North Continental Range landscapes. The park protects multiple complex ecosystems, represented by four bio-geo-climatic zones. These ecosystems are called Interior Cedar Hemlock (ICH), located in the valley bottoms, Sub-boreal Spruce (SBS), Englemann Spruce-subalpine Fir (ESSF) and finally [...]
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Bears, ek, mule deer and coyote are common. Driving the Corridor through the center of the park is a good place to look for moose, mountain sheep and caribou. Wolves are sometimes seen in the quieter corners of the park. Herds of elk can be [...]
Alpine Climbing on Mount Robson has long attracted mountaineers because it is the largest peak in the Canadian Rockies and its varied, challenging climbing faces. "Every aspect of this peak will inspire even the most veteran alpinist to stare at her for a few minutes, [...]
Did you know that Jasper National Park is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains Parks World Heritage Site? Four Canadian National parks and three British Columbia Provincial Parks reside within the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) site. The parks include mountains, glaciers [...]
While staying at our lodging near Jasper National Park, visit the Park to experience the largest Dark Sky Preserve in the world. In this modern world, where nearly every peopled region is bright with electric lights at night, dark skies adorned with stars have become [...]
A horseback ride in the Canadian Rocky Mountains is a great adventure for individuals, couples, families and other groups. One popular activity for people visiting our Mount Robson lodging is riding horses in Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rockies. Both children and adults love [...]
Helicopter Tours near Jasper National Park On the drive to our scenic Mount Robson accommodations, visitors pass through the amazing forests and mountains of the Canadian wilderness. Hiking, biking and skiing are just a few great ways to experience the raw natural beauty [...]
The Woodland caribou numbers have been found to be declining across Canada. One of the places includes Jasper National Park, home of Mt Robson Mountain River Lodge. This is why recently Parks Canada have been working hard to reduce threats and come up with a [...]