Canada Jasper National park Maligne Lake
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Canada jasper national park lake mountain view
Canada jasper national park wildlife
Canada Jasper National park Maligne Lake
Canada jasper national park wildlife mountain
Canada jasper national park lake mountain view
Canada jasper national park wildlife
Experience the stunning landscape of the Rocky Mountains

Discover Jasper National Park

Go on an unforgettable journey through the largest national park in Alberta's Rocky Mountains. Jasper National park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site bursting with natural beauty. Discover unique wildlife encounters, world-class hikes, icefields, sparkling emerald lakes, incredible night skies, ice-fed glaciers and snow-capped peaks. One of the most beautiful places on earth, this family-friendly outdoor playground is a must-visit destination!

Where should you visit in Jasper National Park?

Spot grizzly bears in the Rocky Mountains
Admire mountain goats in Icefields Parkway
© Jody Confer

Uncover the local secrets of Jasper National Park

With a size of 11,000 square kilometres, it is no wonder that this spectacular Rocky Mountains national park attracts visitors from all over the world. One of Canada's oldest national parks is surrounded by untouched wilderness, jaw-dropping beauty, icefields and outdoor activities.

Jasper National Park is filled with surprises

Be mesmerised by staggering peaks such as the 3,363-metre-high, Mount Edith Cavell. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere in Jasper town, paddle in a canoe across Maligne Lake or take a dip in Lake Edith. This part of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta is filled with must-do experiences!

Discover the highlights and hidden gems

  • Angel Glacier
  • Maligne Valley
  • Pyramid Lake
  • Athabasca Glacier
  • Edith Cavell
  • Miette Hot Springs
  • Maligne Canyon
  • Marmot Basin
  • The Columbia Icefield
  • Athabasca Falls
Moraine Lake is one of Jasper National Park's greatest treasures
Be welcomed by weird and wonderful wildlife

A wildlife haven and hiker's paradise

An ideal destination for wildlife lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Jasper National Park is home to the most significant population of grizzly bears and moose in North America. Jasper is also home to fragile ecosystems, and more than 990 kilometres of hiking trails. These were initially created by wildlife, early travellers, explorers, and fur traders.

Jasper SkyTram

Take a ride on the highest and longest guided aerial tramway in Canada, the Jasper SkyTram. For one of the best views of the Canadian Rockies, conquer the 1.4-kilometres summit hike. Absorb the high alpine view of six mountain ranges and the charming town of Jasper!

Experience the thrilling height of Jasper SkyTram
A bear in the wilderness in BC, Canada
Spot grizzly bears!
© Ben Lessard

Maligne Lake

Discover the astounding beauty of Maligne Lake, one of the Canadian Rockies greatest treasures. This stunning azure-blue water lake is a must-visit during your visit to Jasper National Park. Located approximately one hour from Jasper, the best time to visit is from June till the end of October when the lake is thawed. During this time, you can take a boat cruise and discover the glistening water and soak up the marvellous scenery.

Take a cruise over Maligne Lake
Spot bears by Maligne Lake

Spirit Island

Be enchanted by one of Canada's most photographed places, Spirit Island. Situated by Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, this magical destination is world-renowned for its beauty. Only accessible by boat, a cruise to Spirit Island is a must-do during your time in the Rocky Mountains. Soak up the panoramic views of the rugged peaks that stand tall beside the glacier-fed waters of the beautiful Maligne Lake. Watch in awe as the colour of the water changes as you get closer to Spirit Island. For the absolute best photos, visit in the afternoon around 4 pm!

Marvel at the unforgettable landscapes of Spirit Island

Maligne Canyon

Discover the deepest canyon in Jasper National Park, Maligne Canyon. Reaching a depth of up to 50 metres, this natural landmark is jam-packed with incredible beauty and spine-thrilling adventure. To reach the canyon, hikers can cross six bridges with the second bridge being the highest point. The third bridge offers fantastic photo opportunities and great views of the waterfall. Maligne Canyon is spectacular at any time of the year. However, for the ultimate adventure, go on a guided ice walk in winter and discover the canyon’s frozen floor.

Maligne Canyon is also stunning in winter
Maligne Canyon is a must-do!

Icefields Parkway

Conquer one of the most unforgettable journeys in the world, Icefields Parkway. A 200-square-kilometre natural wonderland that connects Lake Louise in Banff with Jasper National Park. Along the way, discover all of the highlights and hidden gems found on this 232-kilometre scenic drive. The icefields feature Bow Lake, Peyto Lake, the Glacier Skywalk, Athabasca and much more. Are you ready to explore the Icefields Parkway? Contact us now to start planning your dream Canadian adventure.

Discover the icefields
Have a close encounter with moose at Icefields Parkway
© Ivars Krutainis

Athabasca Falls

Visit the most powerful waterfall found in Jasper National Park, Athabasca Falls. Nestled in front of the mountain peak of Mount Kerkeslin, the waterfalls are part of the Athabasca River which is the longest river in Alberta. Located 30 minutes from Jasper National Park, Athabasca Falls are accessible year-round. For a thrilling experience, try rafting on the Athabasca River in the summertime!

Be astounded by incredible views at Athabasca Falls
Admire the natural beauty of Athabasca Falls

Miette Hot Springs

Experience the hottest mineral springs in the Canadian Rockies. Miette Hot Springs is a great place to visit during your Canadian holiday! Located approximately 60 kilometres from Jasper town, Miette Hot Springs features two hot pools and two cooler pools. Sit back and relax and soak up the incredible surroundings. To beat the crowds, we recommend visiting earlier in the morning in the summertime. Miette Hot Springs is closed during the winter season.

Relax at Miette Hot Springs
© Noel Hendrickson

Marmot Basin

If you seek an adrenaline rush, Marmot Basin has plenty of adventure on offer. Located 20 kilometres outside of Jasper, this alpine ski resort is the perfect destination for skiing and snowboarding. With a lift capacity of approximately 12,000 skiers per hour on 7 lifts, the season runs from the middle of November and finishes in early May. Take a gondola ride and enjoy the views from the Canadian Rockies Express. Marmot Basin has the highest base elevation of any Canadian Ski Area and is waiting to be discovered.

Marmot Basin has lots of hikeable tracks to discover
Marmot Basin has a lift capacity of close to 12,000 skiers per hour on seven lifts
© Tourism Whistler/ Scott Serfas

Banff National Park

A friendly neighbour to Jasper and attracting visitors from all over the world is the iconic Banff National Park. Canada's first national park is located approximately a three-hour drive from Jasper National Park. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Banff is bursting with incredible beauty with a galore of outdoor activities to indulge in.

Featuring the unforgettable Lake Louise, a must-see during your visit to the Canadian Rockies. Renowned for being one of the world's most awe-inspiring mountain destinations, we recommend at least five days to explore this astonishing part of the world. Yoho National Park is approximately 270 kilometres from Jasper National Park and is also worth visiting.

Be enchanted by the endless beauty of Banff
Banff is a wildlife haven
© Chris Amat

Columbia Icefield

Are you ready to conquer the largest ice field in North America's Rocky Mountains? Formed over 240,000 years ago during the Great Glaciation, Columbia Icefield is one of the last major geological features in western Canada to be discovered by humans. This natural wonder is located between Banff and Jasper National Park, along the British Columbia and Alberta border. Be sure to experience the Columbia Icefield Skywalk! An exhilarating one-kilometre walkway which leads you to a glass-floor observation platform, overlooking a 280-metre drop.

Columbia Icefield is a must-visit!
Soak up the fresh mountain air in Columbia Icefield

Where to stay?

Make your trip extra special by experiencing a unique stay from our extensive collection of hand-selected accommodations in Jasper National Park and beyond. Your travel specialist will match you with accommodation that suits your wants and needs. A journey where your accommodation is an experience in itself.

Connect with nature
© Wolfgang Zenz
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