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The largest of Canada's Rocky Mountain parks, Jasper is a spectacular natural attraction with broad valleys, rugged mountains, glaciers, forests, alpine meadows, and wild rivers along the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies.

Jasper Experiences

Jasper Experiences ● Fall in the Rockies

Hiking in the Fall

Jasper is home to some of the best hiking in the country. With trails ranging from beginner to advanced, there's something for everyone. If you haven't experienced Jasper in the fall – you're missing out. Find out more about Hiking in Jasper...

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Jasper Experiences ● Summer in the Rockies

Water Activities

Jasper is full of world class lakes and rivers, all surrounded by breathtaking Rocky Mountain views. Whether your looking for adventure or relaxation, there's something for you.

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Jasper Experiences ● Spring in the Rockies

Epic Views in the Spring

Opening for the season on March 24th, the Jasper SkyTram offers unparalleled views of Jasper National Park, all from a comfortable and safe compartment 2,277 metres above the ground.

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Jasper Experiences ● Winter in the Rockies

Midweek Ski Deals

Who says the weekend is the best time to visit the mountains?! With amazing deals at all of our hotels, no crowds, and discounted lift tickets at Marmot Basin, you'll be feeling the midweek love.

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Jasper Sightseeing

Must-see local attractions

Columbia Icefield Glacier

The largest icefield south of Alaska, shimmering glacial ice and snow cover some 389 sq. km.
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Maligne Canyon and Lake

A picturesque lake and a nearby limestone canyon that plunges over 165ft, featuring waterfalls and hiking trails.
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Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Falls is one of the most powerful falls to be found in the mountain national parks.
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Wildlife in Jasper


Black bears are a threatened species, with only an estimated 70-90 left in the Park.

Big Horn Sheep

You'll likely see them licking salt off of the road. Bighorn sheep horns can weigh up to 30lbs!


Elk are one of the largest land mammals in North America. They travel in herds.


Moose are a member of the deer family, but they are the only ones that don't form herds.

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