Jasper National Park

Jasper’s Easy Trails System

These easy multi-use trails provide opportunities to explore and access areas close to the town of Jasper.

Jasper Discovery Trail

easy    moderate
MAP A & B
Trail 11 (easy and moderate); 8.3 km loop; 120 m elevation gain/loss; 2-3 hours

Trailhead:
This loop around the town can be started nearly anywhere. Follow the bear symbol.

Jasper Discovery Trail

The Jasper Discovery Trail is split into three sections. Explore one part or travel the whole 8.3 km. There’s something to suit nearly everyone.
Along the trail, look for signs, maps, markers and kiosks to guide your way.

Wapiti Trail

easy 
MAP A & B
Trail 12 (easy); 4.7 km one way; no elevation gain; 1-2 hours
Trailhead: The junction of Connaught Drive and Highway 93A North/Hazel Avenue.

Use this trail to access Whistlers and Wapiti campgrounds on Highway 93.

Bighorn Alley

easy 
MAP A & B
Trail 13 (easy)4.3 km one way; 33 m elevation gain; 1-2 hours

Trailhead: The north-east end of the Jasper Discovery Trail.

This trail provides access to lakes Annette and Edith via the Moberly Bridge on Highway 16.
Use caution when crossing the highway.

Red Squirrel

easy 
MAP A & B
Trail 14 (easy)1 km one way; no elevation gain; ½ hour
Trailhead: The junction of Hwy 16/93A.

This trail provides access to and from historic Old Fort Point. Portions of the trail are adjacent to the beautiful Athabasca River.



Explore the Trails

Jasper's Easy Trails System                      Pyramid Bench
Across the River South of Town
West and Southwest of Jasper Mount Edith Cavell Area
Maligne Lake Area Icefield Parkway
Geraldines Lakes Area Miette Hotsprings Area