National Geographic : 1924 Apr
., ,. o passports required 4 / I/ " , i if.^ CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS '' Ohe Larges Railway System in the World Visit Alpine Canada Jasper National Park and take the Triangle Tour COME to Jasper Park where every comfort is pro vided and all outdoor sports may be enjoyed. In a perfect alpine setting, on the shore of Lac Beauvert, Canada's majestic snow-turbaned mountains fill the horizon. It is cool at Jasper. The mountain air is tonic. The Lodge is situated in the heart of the largest park and game sanctuary in the world-4 400 square miles of primeval wilderness. Trips of an hour to two days enable you to visit wonderful gorges and glaciers and Mount Robson, the Monarch of the Canadian Rockies. Hike, camp, climb mountains, go canoeing, play tennis, dance or rest. Come. Rates are low. Then take the most wonderful land and sea tour in America-the Triangle Tour through the Bulkley valley and down the Skeena to Prince Rupert. Thence to Vancouver is America's most beautiful water trip an ocean voyage of 600 miles through the smooth "Inside Passage," with the coast mountains on one side and mountainous islands on the other-literally a sea voyage through the mountains. Then eastward to Jasper National Park-past mighty rivers, over deep gorges with Canada's most impres sive peaks standing sentinel along the route - a tour of wonder and delight. Write for full information and descriptive booklets to the nearest office CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS OFFICES IN THE UNITED STATES BostIn-294 WashingtonSt. New York--t127 Broadway,Cor. 3 dSt. Buffalo-t Suuth DivisionSt. Philadelphia-4o FranklinTrust Bldg. Chicago--o8 West AdamsSt. Pittsburgh- o 5 Park Bldg. Cincinnati--4o6 TractionBldg. Portland, Me. - Grand TrunkRy. Station Detroit-259 GnswoldSt. Portland, Ore.- - zoI ThirdSt. Dulurh- 43o West SuperiorSt. St. Louis-jo 5 MerchantsLacledeBldg. KansasCity- 33 4 33 5 RailwayExchange St. Paul-Cor. 4th andJackson Sts. Bldg. San Francisco--689 MarketSt. I.,o Angeles-o 3 South Spring St. Seattle-o2 Second Ave.