This is the final post in a four part series about my hiking/camping trip to Jasper. You can read part one here, part two here, and part three here.
So, on our last day of hiking, we went up on the Geraldine Lakes trail. I've done a little bit of hiking on it before, and it's just gorgeous.
A view of the first lake.
We stopped for lunch by the base of a beautiful waterfall.
My feet were starting to get sore (thank you plantars fasciitis), so I stuck my feet in the ice cold mountain creek.
I loved watching all the fish in the lakes. Just ask anybody who was there or anyone who has travelled with me. I'm pretty obsessed with fish-watching.
Look below: It's a fish!
Another shot of the waterfall from further away.
Kind of a wacky shot of a the lake, from a different angle. I happened to catch a dragonfly in the photo, which adds a certain element of quirky character to the photo.
So that's it! The end of this "series" of posts. I hope you enjoyed reading about my trip. It was a really great trip. I hiked over 30 kilometers and gained over 1600 meters of elevation. And best of all, I had time to think, reflect and appreciate our world.
Thanks for reading.