About this Site

Though the page is entitled "Jasper", it really is a multi-stop road trip that took us to what must be some of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring locations in the world. In June 2019, my kids and I made a road trip that took us on a loop from the Okanagan to Yoho National Park, to Lake Louise, along the Icefields Parkway to Jasper, to Wells Gray Provincial Park to check out some of the iconic waterfalls in the park, to HiHium Lake (near Cache Creek) for some trout fishing, and back home.

The media content is a combination of still photos, panorama photos, video, and 360-degree video. In essence, I tried to capture the experience as well as the visuals to convey the places we saw.

Everything on these pages is content we captured. If you want to use any of it, please contact me to discuss licensing.

Emerald Lake, Yoho

Takakka Falls, Yoho

Lake Ohara, Yoho

Lake Louise, Banff

Moraine Lake, Banff

Icefields Parkway, Jasper

Athabasca Falls, Jasper

Maligne Lake, Jasper

Whistlers Mountain, Jasper (via SkyTram)

Wells Gray, BC

HiHium Fishing Camp, near Cache Creek, BC

Animals we got close to


About the 360 degree videos:  I use a GoPro Fusion 360-degree video camera to shoot panoramic videos. Despite being 4k+, the resolution is on the soft side. Notwithstanding, the resulting video is pretty impressive. You can use the mouse or pointer to scroll/drag around the entire 360-degree view. At any point, you can pause the video and check out the scene in detail at that point.

About the time-lapse videos:  I mounted the GoPro on the roof rack of my car.  The three videos essentially comprise the entire 230 km trip along the parkway.  

About the panoramas:  The panoramas are multiple images stitched together to form a single image. The Panorama looks best if viewed in full screen. Click on the icon on the upper right hand corner (with 4 arrows pointing outward). To properly view the Panoramas, if you have a touch screen, drag your finger across the screen and the Panorama scrolls around. Same effect using a mouse (click and hold) on a non-touch device. Also, with a phone or a tablet, you should be able to stand, hold the device level with your eyes and turn around. The image should scroll as if you are actually there turning your head.