We’re changing the time zone again.
After an exhausting day yesterday, we sleep long today and have breakfast on the campground. We drive again to Jasper to refill our supplies. Then we continue to Mount Robson Provincial Park.
From Jasper we take the Trans-Canada Highway #16 or also called Yellowhead Highway to Mount Robson Provincial Park.
At Yellowhead Pass we leave Alberta and set our clocks one hour back to B.C. time. Before we drive to the campground, we look around the Mount Robson Vistor Center and ask the rangers for suitable hikes for tomorrow.
Our replacement campground for the Wells Gray Provincial Park is the Robson Meadows Campground, which is very close to our campground today. After the tour has been decided for tomorrow, we will go to the Robson River Campground. With 20 sites this is a rather small campground situated directly on the river. We spend the afternoon with a walk on the river bank.
Campground: Robson River , Site 12, CAD $ 28.30