Mount Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park offers hiking trails for various hiking experiences. Path of the Glacier Loop, 1.6 km return (1-2 hours), is the tourist favourite; the trail is relatively flat and suitable for beginners, young and old. This trail takes you to Cavell Pond and the base of Angel Glacier and Cavell Glacier.
Cavell Meadows trail involves some elevation and longer distance. If you enjoy alpine flowers, visit this place in summer and early autumn. Check the map below.
September 24, 2011: Ghost Glacier and Angel Glacier at Mount Edith Cavell
September 24, 2011: Ghost Glacier is indicated by the yellow circle. Many hikers don't know it's actually a glacier, because they didn't read the interpretive exhibit.
Ghost Glacier Icefall (Extended Version Video Clip)
September 24, 2011: An Inukshuk was erected in front of Angel Glacier. Rocks at the base of Mount Edith Cavell are suitable for building inuksuit (plural of inukshuk).
Exact location of Edith Cavell Angel Glacier is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map). You may also want to check the information & map for Mount Edith Cavell from Parks Canada.