Hiking Up the Trail to Mount Edith Clavell
Mount Edith is sited in Jasper National Park, the largest wildlife reserve of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The park was deemed a UNESCO world heritage site in the year 1984. Mount Edith was named after an English nurse who helped the allied troops escape from German occupied Belgium during World War I. The nurse died a martyr, when she was executed by the Germans because of her philanthropic actions. The trail leading to Mount Edith is suffused with immense natural beauty, making it one of the finest hiking trails in the region. The place is usually packed with people during the summer months, who come here to breathe the fresh mountain air and unwind. The trail leading to Mount Edith commences at the base of the south side of the mountain. It can be recognized as a small parking lot. The highest point on Mount Edith is known as the Clavell Meadows Summit. Hiking to the summit takes approximately half a day. The first hundred meters into the trail is characterized by paved roads. Thereafter, hikers need to walk up a fairly arduous trail all the way up to the summit. The acrylic fridge magnet depicts a stunning image of Mount Edith Clavell and is the perfect souvenir to help you reminisce fondly of the blissful time spent there.
Natural Attractions of Mount Cavell
Mount Edith Clavell and its surrounding landscape offer a visual fiesta for weary eyes. The first hundred meters of the trail leads visitors to Clavell pond, which is an excellent place to relax and recreate. The hiking trail, which leads up to the summit offer scintillating views of the surrounding glaciers, namely Angel Glacier and Clavell Glacier. Once at the top of the summit, visitors can feast their eyes on the sprawling foliage of Jasper National Park and the imposingly majestic northern face of Mount Edith Clavell.