Almost immediately we stopped to watch a mother bear and her two cubs. We stopped at many places along the road to look at various lakes, glaciers, and water falls.
Another bear enjoying some delicious leaves. One of the many Bridalveil Waterfalls.
Nice scenes everywhere along the way. On the right is a glacier in the Columbia Ice Fields.
And more waterfalls.
Even a few flowers.
It was interesting to see a lake still almost frozen over in mid June. Lunch was popcorn. We weren't impressed with the ice fields. They just seemed cold and dirty. We stopped in Jasper for dinner and a walk.
Lou started some split pea soup in the slow cooker this morning. We enjoyed it for dinner with toast. We walked around town checked out few shops and then continued on turning just before Hinton onto Highway 40, the scenic way to Alaska per the sign.
About 12 miles up the road we entered Switzer Provincial Park and stopped at Jarvis Lake Campground for the night.
The rock guard seems to be working.
(GPS: 53.44852, -117.8079)