Gay Couple Travel Guide Jasper National Park: Jasper Town and the same-named Jasper National Park are located in Western Canada in the eastern part of the Canadian province Alberta at Athabasca Valley. The best way to explore the nature of the Rocky Mountains is during a road trip starting from Calgary heading into Jasper and its nature reserve via Banff National Park and Lake Louise. The beauty of the Canadian Rockies made us speechless. Countless stops along the Icefields Parkway from Banff to Jasper were mandatory to enjoy incredible views over the deep green and dense Canadian forest, the snow-topped Rocky Mountain ranges and the wildlife with Wapitis, Bears, Elks and Rocky Mountain goat.
Must see’s like the Athabasca Falls, Peyto Lake at Bow Summit and the Columbia Icefield are just some of the main attractions along the Icefields Parkway in Jasper National Park. Jasper Ton itself is a picturesque Rocky Mountain town located at the Athabasca River surrounded by the Ski Area Marmot Basin, Whistlers Peak, and Signal Mountain, just to mention a few. Once a year, Jasper becomes the LGBTQ+ capital of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, when the Jasper Pride Festival calls the gay people and their allies to the North Western part of Alberta four hours west of Edmonton. But all year long, the people of Jasper are wonderful LGBTQ+ friendly people treating minorities as equal as every being deserves it.
And here we are answering your question of how to gay travel Jasper National Park as a gay couple or with friends. We were able to test a variety of activities, restaurants, and the world-famous Fairmont Jasper Lodge to give you all the information you need to properly plan your trip into the Canadian Rocky Mountains especially in the year of Canada’s 150th anniversary. The beauty of the Canadian nature and of the people in Jasper Town and Jasper National Park conquered a very special place in our hearts during our Gay Couple traveling Jasper National Park Canada. We seriously can see, we recommend the gay-friendly environment and that we will come back to Jasper, Jasper National Park, and Alberta.
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Karl & Daan.
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