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Jackman Flats Provincial Park

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Jackman Flats Provincial Park

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georgemL2039HT wrote a review Jul 2017
Mansons Landing, Canada2 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a buffet dinner there. Five adults and two kids. It was fantastic. Right on the River bank outside patio. It was so quiet and warm. It's on the bank of the Fraser River. Great cabins etc. $30.00 a night per person. 20 minutes from Valemount. The all you can eat buffet for $20.00 was well worth it and the chef and staff greeted us like Royals. We all enjoyed it and it was a great evening.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Vajeed Ali wrote a review May 2017
Calgary, Canada207 contributions55 helpful votes
Having done lunch at the cabin we had the whole evening to look forward too.. My wife wanted to visit a grocery store and the kids wanted to join us on the drive. It was a 10 min drive down Highway 5 from Tete Jaune Cache where we were to Valemount Village. Jackman Flats is a sandy flat land that formed by Wind and Ice some 11,000 years ago between the River Frazer trench and the Robson Range on the left and the Kinbasket lake on the right..it's vast flat range. We could see deer darting in and out of the parking area as we stopped to see them. The shopping forgotten, we all got down and my wife grabbed her camera and we were off following a gravel path into Jackman Flats. Very well marked hiking trails are immediately visible, without any plans to do the hike we set off behind the kids leading us. We could see dried scrub and sand on one side and rich green pastures on the other side of the highway 5 and the mountains in the background not far off.. it was a awesome walk and stopping in elevated spots to sight deer and take in the views.. I saw bear poop and drew my kids attention to it.. we walked on a trail that led us back towards Tete Jaune to a parallel backroad and a railway track. We loved it.. we stopped at a sandy elevation for half hour taking in the tranquility. We could hear trucks and cars on the Highway.. as the flats are parallel to the highway.. it's a place I would guess you could do a easy hike and gladly spend 2-3 hours to Kinbasket Lake.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Michyft wrote a review Sep 2015
Reading, United Kingdom89 contributions16 helpful votes
Stopped here on the way to Jasper to stretch legs. Couple of picnic tables. There are some interesting walks although we only did the short one (there are colour coded markers). It's different to other parks in the area because it has sand rather than rock. Sometimes we had to walk around or step across fallen trees. A pleasant break
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Date of experience: August 2015
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