What to do
Jasper offers breathtaking biking, walking, and hiking trails, along with great paddling, fishing, and camping for all kinds of explorers. Adventurers can go horseback riding, backcountry camping, or try rugged mountain bike trails. Or relax and take a scenic drive along the Icefields Parkway. Elk, moose, mountain sheep, and bear are frequently spotted in the park. Winter play includes skating, skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, ice climbing, and the famous Maligne Canyon Ice Walk.
Wilderness at your doorstep: No car keys required!
Jasper’s newly completed Easy Trail System offers twenty kilometres of bike-friendly, multi-use trails easily accessed right from your hotel doorstep…or tent flap! Visit lakes, beaches, and take in gorgeous mountain and valley views along the way.
Great Canadian Camping: From basic to five-star!
Jasper is a wonder of rugged backcountry and scenic front-country adventure from forested and lakeside camping to signature oTENTiks stays. And don’t miss the new family canoe camp designed especially for aspiring family paddlers.
Road trips of a lifetime: Journey, through valleys and rugged landscapes where wildlife roam.
Watch dramatic mountain scenery unfold as you drive the world-famous Icefields Parkway, or cycle along winding roads flanked by valleys and jagged peaks, looking for elk, bears, sheep and other wildlife along the way.
Wildlife watching: take scenics, not selfies!
Wildlife spotting is one of the thrills of visiting Jasper. Depending on when you visit, you might spot black or grizzly bears, bighorn sheep, deer, mountain goats, cougars, wolves, coyotes, beaver and more.
Winter wonder: Jasper’s transformation
Under a blanket of snow and ice, Jasper’s mountains, meadows, and rivers become a wintery spectacle. Enjoy canyon ice walks, pond skating, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, and wildlife watching.