Jasper National Park’s interpretive team would to thank all the visitors who participated in its Christmas and Jasper in January interpretive programs.
Other than the total lunar eclipse on the night of April 14-15, see Special Events 2014, there are no interpretive programs on the schedule until the May long-weekend. Please visit this page again in early May for details of our spring program schedule.
Self-Guided Interpretive experiences
In the meantime you can enjoy some self-guided interpretive activities around the park.
Maligne Canyon – Peer in to the depths of Jasper’s deepest gorge.
Athabasca Falls – As winter sets in this waterfall takes on a new personality.
Jasper House 1872
© National Archives of Canada
Jasper House National Historic Site – The site of a former fur trade post that was part of a network stretching across North America during the 19th century. The interpretive trail is located 35 km east of jasper on Highway 16.
Yellowhead Pass National Historic Site – An historic pass crossing continental divide along highway 16.
Athabasca Pass National Historic Site – The pass itself is deep in the wilderness but the brand new interpretive panels are conveniently located 25 km south of the town of Jasper on the Icefields Parkway (Hwy 93)
Ewan and Madeline Moberly Homestead – This Métis homestead is located along the Celestine Lake Road.
Other Learning Experiences
Every once in a while a special opportunity presents itself that’s just too good to pass up. When it does we’ll add an extra program to the schedule and advertize it here.