Celebrating Canada’s Jasper National Park - Jasper Journal Launches JasperJournal.com

December 13, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Jasper Journal™ announces the launch of a new website, http://JasperJournal.com, to provide resources about Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The website celebrates a national park ideal for travelers interested in a quiet, back-to-nature vacation.

“The idea for Jasper Journal emerged after a vacation at the park and wanting to create a website to help other travelers. Jasper National Park is one of those unique places that few have heard of, yet everyone would benefit from visiting,” says D.H. Wall, MBA, Jasper Journal’s founder, a travel enthusiast and marketing professional with over 9 years experience.

The website takes a magazine format with the focus on Jasper National Park as a tranquil retreat into a land of extraordinary mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers, wildlife and scenic vistas. With over 600 miles of Canadian Rockies hiking trails, Jasper National Park provides a desirable environment for vacationers who desire peace and solitude.

JasperJournal.com features original articles about park activities and wildlife. An extensive photo gallery captures many of the scenic views, activities and wildlife within the park. Links to maps quickly orient visitors to locations within the park. The Jasper National Park directory provides links to official park attraction websites and selected photo galleries from other travelers.

Each article on the website allows for visitor comments. “This allows travelers who have visited the park to share their experiences for the benefit of others. The ability for fellow travelers to contribute to the website will continue to be expanded in the future,” says Wall.

“The Jasper Journal website is clean like the glacier waters of Jasper National Park. This is not a website littered with ads. The reward is in enabling travelers to learn about a national park that plays an important role in natural resource preservation and is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site,” says Wall.

Visit the Jasper Journal website at: http://JasperJournal.com