We recently left British Columbia to return to the Northwest Territories. We took a more northern route through the Rockies and past Jasper National Park.
Before entering Jasper, we came up to Mount Robson. It’s the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies.
Although there was still some snow on the ground the temperature was two or three degrees C above zero.
We were in high mountain country, but Mount Robson was still quite a frozen surprise sitting in the early spring sun.
The driving conditions were great and although our drive was long, it was incredibly scenic. To the east of Mount Robson, we entered Jasper National Park.
After this range of mountains, we started the drive’s next leg through the northern prairies.
Have you had any interesting road trips lately?