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Cavell Meadows
Photo By Jane Chesebrough

  • Title: Cavell Meadows
  • State/Province/Region: Alberta
  • Country: Canada
  • Nearest Area: Jasper National Park
  • Nearest Town: Jasper
  • Brief Directions: South of the town of Jasper to highway 93A on the Icefelds Parkway. Take the road to Mount Edith Cavell parking lot.
  • Notes: There is a very small window of opportunity to see these flowers in bloom. The month before this trail was closed because of snow. Caribou can be seen here.
  • GPS Longitude: 52040
  • GPS Latitude: 118
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: This is a couple of kilometer hike to the meadows that face mount Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier in jasper National Park
  • Gear: Kodak C813
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