Other reviews say it all. We were lucky with warm, very clear September weather. The drive has multipple opportunities to stop, picnic, take photos-we went to Athabasca Falls and walked around a bit and made worthwhile stops at the Saskatchewan River Crossing overlook and at Bow Lake. A guide back in Jasper told us she'd recently ridden her bike on the trail leading out of the falls and seen both grizzly and black bears. We almost did not take the ice tour at the Centre but are happy we did. Getting on the ice field, learning about the geology, weather and natural (and unnatural) progression/regression of the glaciers while among them was worth the visit.
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