Beaver Lake to Jacques Lake
Key information: Beaver Lake to Jacques Lake
- A long but not difficult walk up a superb mountain-lined valley to admire a series of beautiful lakes.
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- Length: Up to 24km round trip
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- Level of Difficulty: Moderate
This National Park in Alberta’s Rockies is home to some of the world's most beautiful mountain landscape
This is one of Jasper's best lower-level walks, a long but not difficult trek from Medicine Lake up a flattish valley past three fine lakes to Jacques Lake, with dramatic mountains marching each side.
I.e., a high work-to-joy ratio and a lot of time free to enjoy the marvels around you.
This is walk is in remote mountains with uncertain weather, where bears are a risk. Come fully prepared.
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