Arguably the most spectacular of the Rockies’ national parks it is also larger and less visited than it’s neighbour, Banff. Explore the park on endless backcountry trails, hiked in summer and skied in winter, in a landscape of dizzying peaks, rushing rivers and deep river canyons. Look out for bear, elk, moose and caribou among a host of native wildlife. Access the glacier-sculpted peaks from the spectacular Icefields Parkway, which links the park directly to Lake Louise, or step aboard the Rocky Mountaineer to experience it all from the luxuries of a glass-domed train carriage.
Winter activities such as ice fishing and guided walks over the frozen lakes also attract the adventurous, while summer trails criss-cross the park in almost every conceivable direction. As the largest national park in the Rockies, Jasper offers more remote exploration.
The historic town of Jasper is in the heart of Jasper National Park offering a full range of cool places to eat, stay, shop; making it an ideal base for your outdoor adventures.
Handpicked Holiday Ideas
Selection of recommended holiday itineraries that can be either tailored to your interests and requirements or booked as they are.