Jasper House

A bik­ing or hik­ing to his­toric site, the access is along a ser­vice road main­tained by CNR is where you can park the vehi­cles or ride the bike out for an extend­ed burn.

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Do not block the access gate
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Great way to pass the time
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Sign in to the guest book.

The area has only rem­nants of the set­tlers back in the day. So you might miss the area if not for the signs.

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Can’t miss it now
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Tall wil­low bush­es, watch out for bears!

Look around for oth­er signs of struc­tures. we found an old cel­lar dug out to be what they kept there food at a sta­ble tem­per­a­ture.

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Cel­lar
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What once belong here

Access: High­way 16 East of Jasper approx­i­mate­ly 15 kilo­me­ters.

Park­ing: Yes, in des­ig­nat­ed areas along the road.

Trail­head: Take the Snar­ing turnoff, then dri­ve pass Snar­ing Camp­site.

Activ­i­ties: Hik­ing, Bik­ing, Camp­ing and His­tor­i­cal site.
Map: http://goo.gl/e1esV9


More info about this place can be read here: Jasper House

June 2007

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