Mount Robson Lodge and Cabin Accomoodations near Jasper Alberta

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Mount Robson Lodge &
Robson Shadows Campground
P.O. Box 157
Valemount, BC
Canada V0E 2Z0

Phone: 250.566.4821
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Mount Robson Lodge is the ideal base from which to explore Mount Robson Provincial Park. As the highest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Mount Robson towers above the surrounding peaks, and is easily visible from several locations at the west end of Mount Robson Park as well as from Mount Robson Lodge. The Park has been designated by UNESCO as part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains World Heritage site, and offers hiking, biking, sightseeing, rafting, fishing, helicopter sightseeing, and wildlife viewing.

From Mount Robson Lodge it is a short 5 minutes to reach the Park headquarters and Visitor Information Centre where information can be obtained regarding trails or local activities and while there be sure to explore the many interpretive displays about Mount Robson Parks' natural environment and local history.

Mount Robson Park is home to the world famous Berg Lake trail, an overnight hiking trail that offers spectacular views of thundering waterfalls, alpine terrain, glacial lakes, and cracking ice-blue glaciers all while being surrounded by spectacular Rocky Mountain Peaks. For those that don't want to go overnight on the trail an easier half day hike to Kinney Lake, the first lake along the Berg Lake Trail, is a popular option for people of all hiking levels. Along the way to Kinney Lake you'll pass through stunning old-growth interior rain forest and follow alongside the rushing Robson River.

Several other short trails within the park will lead you to waterfalls, along paths beside the Fraser River, or to spectacular views of Mount Robson. There are several more trails just outside the western boundary of the park, as well as tours to explore the Rocky Mountains by All-Terrain Vehicle. Scenic float tours and whitewater rafting on the Fraser River are other farvourites on the "to do" list while staying at Mount Robson Lodge.

In late August and September there are opportunities to view the world's second longest salmon migration in the Fraser River. The mighty Chinook salmon can be viewed attempting to jump Rearguard Falls after a short 10 minute hike from the Yellowhead Highway or the salmon can be viewed up close and personal while relaxing on a gentle scenic float trip.

A scenic drive east through Mount Robson Park towards Jasper provides even more Rocky Mountain scenery and plenty of wildlife viewing opportunities. You will pass Moose Lake and Moose Marsh, with opportunities to view the bog-loving animal for which they are named. Those with their own canoes or kayaks can enjoy a leisurely paddle on the lake, the only one on the entire length of the Fraser River. Farther East you will come to Lucerne Lake, where you will find hiking trails and a small beach for those who wish to swim. Before leaving Mount Robson Park and entering Jasper National Park, you will travel over the Yellowhead Pass, on the continental divide. It is from this point that all water on the west side flows to the Pacific Ocean, and all water to the east flows to the Atlantic or Arctic Oceans.


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