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Hiking in Jasper National Park.


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Discover Jasper’s Seasonal Playground

Extending over 11,000 square kilometers, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies and part of UNESCO’s Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. It’s home to the Icefields Parkway, Athabasca Falls, Maligne Canyon, Marmot Basin and the charming town of Jasper. With no end to the natural beauty, extraordinary outdoor activities and stunning wildlife, we thought we’d share some of the best of Jasper to help you plan your visit.

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Discover locals’ favorites – from scenic drives to night skies. In spring and summer, hit the park trails for some of the best hiking or mountain biking in the Canadian Rockies. Summer and fall are perfect for exploring lakes and waterways by canoe, kayak or paddle board. In winter, skate, snowshoe, or ski your way over frozen lakes and up high into the alpine Indulge in a spa treatment then dine on award-winning cuisines, and wrap up your day with a fireside nightcap and stargazing in the fresh mountain air anytime of year.

Jasper Golf Lac Beauvert Jasper Park Lodge


Available: May – October
Take advantage of the dramatic mountain views from elevated tee decks at the Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club. The 18-hole Stanley Thompson golf course is equally scenic as it is challenging with strategic bunkering, an abundance of trees and natural water hazards that come into play throughout.

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Plant Walks with Matricia Bauer in Jasper

Wapakwanis plant walk

Available: April – November
Embark on a fascinating journey and learn about the Plant Medicine World of Jasper National Park. These guided walks are led by Cree Knowledge Keeper, Matricia of Warrior Women. Get a closer look at the food and medicines that the land offers in surprising places. This guided walk is offered most Tuesdays.

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Jasper Skytram Couple - Traveling with your BFF

Jasper SkyTram

Available: April – October
Soar above the clouds aboard the Jasper Skytram. Gear up and venture out on a snowshoeing expedition at the summit through spring. Or hike the alpine with panoramic mountain views in the peak of summertime. Plus, it’s dog-friendly so you can explore the boardwalk and trails with your four-legged friend.

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Canoeing Lac Beauvert - Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Spring and Summer

Rafting & canoeing

Available: May – October
Explore a different side of Jasper National Park by waterway. No Jasper getaway is complete without a canoeing or rafting trip in stunning mountain scenery. Enjoy the thrill of rafting down Sunwapta River (meaning roaring/turbulent water in the Stoney language) or along the Athabasca river. For a gentle voyage, try a float trip—perfect for all ages.

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Jasper in Spring/Summer - Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Boathouse

JPL Boathouse

Available: May – October
The Boathouse at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is your gateway to exploring glacier-fed Lac Beauvert and miles of surrounding trails. Rent canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, stand-up paddle boards and other boat rentals by the hour. Or rent mountain bike and children’s bikes by the hour, half-day and full day. Bikes include helmets, locks and trail maps. Registered hotel guests receive a 20% discount on rentals.

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Group horseback riding at Jasper Stables, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

horseback Adventures

Available: May – September
Experience Jasper National Park from a whole new point of view. Saddle up and embark on a guided horseback riding adventure. Trot through the forest along the winding Athabasca river towards Lake Annette. Or ascend higher above the valley with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding rocky mountains. Suitable for beginner to experienced riders.

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Rock Climbing in Jasper National Park in Spring and Summer. Photo by Jeff Lewis Photography.

Climbing & Canyoning

Available: May – September
Climb to new heights or descend down valleys and steep gorges in the Canadian Rocky mountains. Cross this activity off your bucket list, whether you’re a first-time climber or climbing enthusiast. Jasper National Park is home to some of the most spectacular climbing sites, like Mount Edith Cavell, Boundary Peak, Ogre Canyon and others.

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Biking in Jasper National Park - Spring and Summer

Hike, Walk, bike

Available: April – November
If you have days for trails, we have trails for days. Take the scenic route and explore Jasper National park on foot or by bike along Jasper’s best trails. Venture high into the alpine and across bridges and lakes. With short loops and full-day trails, time is on your side. Choose from a variety of routes that suit your hiking and biking abilities.

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Sundeck massage treatment at Jasper Park Lodge


Available: All Year
Fill your cup and experience a peaceful Rocky Mountain refuge at Fairmont Spa Jasper Park Lodge. Relax in the thermal outdoor pool and hot tub. Rejuvenate in the eucalyptus steam room and Finnish-style sauna. Unwind in the award-winning spa with a treatment (or two) to restore after a day of hiking. Take time to connect with yourself and reflect on the natural abundance that surrounds you.

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Jasper Bearcub, Spring Wildlife

WILDLIFE discovery

Available: All Year
Join SunDog Tours on a daily Wildlife Discovery Tour. Jasper National Park offers an amazing opportunity to encounter furry original inhabitants roaming in the wild. Elk, deer, bear, moose and mountain goats are just a sample of the many species that call the park home. Don’t forget to bring your camera!

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Maligne Lake Boat Cruise, Pursuit Banff Jasper Collection

Sightseeing & Tours

Available: All Year
Set your sights on dazzling glaciers, turquoise waters, majestic wildlife. Embark on unforgettable tours on land and lake to connect even closer to Jasper’s spectacular sites. Experience a Maligne Lake Cruise, or take to the sky with an epic helicopter tour over snow-capped mountains.

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Jasper Planetarium telescope and Stargazing. Photo by Jeff Bartlett

Jasper Planetarium

Available: All Year
Jasper National Park is home to the second largest Dark Sky Preserve in the world by the Royal Astronomical Society in Canada. The National Park’s limited light pollution creates ideal conditions for dark sky viewing. Learn more about constellations, stargaze with powerful telescopes, and maybe even wish upon a shooting star.

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Our friendly and knowledgeable Concierge team would be delighted to assist you in planning your upcoming stay. For further assistance, please contact the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Concierge desk at 780-852-3301 or email:

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Banff in Spring- Surprise Corner view of Fairmont Banff Springs CR Chris Amat

Fairmont Banff springs

Bike, hike or paddle along the Bow River. Discover the historic Cave & Basin or go horseback biking for miles. The Fairmont Banff Springs and the town of Banff offer plenty of activities year-round in the Rockies.

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Summer in Lake Louise - The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Fairmont chateau lake Louise

Take a scenic hike along the shimmering shores of Lake Louise in summer or canoe out on calm waters in early autumn. End your day with unrivaled dining any time of year in the jewel of the Canadian Rockies.

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Whistler in Summer and Spring- Outdoor pool & spa at Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Fairmont chateau whistler

Take in the crisp mountain air while out exploring Whistler’s endless skiing and hiking trails in summer and fall. Unwind in one of three outdoor whirlpools or with a cocktail in-hand at the Mallard Lounge.

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