Winterstruck in Jasper, Alberta
A couple weeks ago we shared our experience attending the Jasper in January winter festival. One of the highlights from our trip to the Canadian Rockies was spending the day at Winterstruck (read about our experience here).
While there, we did our best to capture some video footage – not an easy task with an infant and toddler in tow. Nevertheless, we managed to piece together a couple minutes of video that gives you an idea of what Winterstruck is all about.
Click on the image below to watch the video.
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Trouble viewing? Watch directly on YouTube here – Winter Fun at Winterstruck
Note – some of the ice skating footage you see at the end of the video was actually captured at the Jasper Park Lodge, not at Pyramid Lake where Winterstruck is hosted annually.
To learn more about Winterstruck, visit the Tourism Jasper website here.
Read more from our travels to the Canadian Rockies:
- Jasper might just be the most Canadian town in Canada
- Our favourite photos from our Alberta road trip
- Winter in Banff: Our best anniversary to date
- 22 stunning landscapes from Alberta we can’t stop looking at
- Jasper in January: Winter fun at Winterstruck