Extending over 11,000 square kilometres, it is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies and part of UNESCO's Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.

Find your connection to this special place by discovering one or all of our five spectacular regions, exploring our extensive trail network, visiting our famous red chair locations or participating in Parks Canada led programs and events.

The year 2017 marks Canada’s 150th birthday which means we will be celebrating all year long! With free park entry for the entire year, we welcome you and your family to visit us as often as you can! (Hint: the winter months are pretty spectacular!)

Featured things to do

Trail access

Jasper’s Easy Trail System offers twenty kilometres of bike-friendly, multi-use trails easily accessed right from your tent flap… or hotel door step! Visit lakes, beaches, and take in gorgeous mountain and valley views along the way.


Jasper is a wonder of rugged backcountry and scenic frontcountry adventure from forested and lakeside camping to signature oTENTiks stays. For aspiring canoe and kayakers, don’t miss Jasper’s gem, Hidden Cove!


Watch dramatic mountain scenery unfold as you drive the world-famous Icefields Parkway or meander the stunning Maligne Lake Road and Miette Road (watch for wildlife!)

Getting here

Jasper Information Centre
500 Connaught Drive
Jasper, AB  T0E 1E0

Hours of operation

Open year-round
Our peak visitor season is from June through August.

Complete schedule


Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Telephone: 780-852-6176
Email: pnj.jnp@pc.gc.ca

PO Box 10
Jasper, AB T0E 1E0

A family of cyclists and a heritage lighthouse

Your free pass to discovery

Celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary at our Parks Canada places from coast to coast to coast.

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Canada 150

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