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Jasper National Park

Schedule of Events

Marmot Meadows Winter Hub

Marmot Meadows Winter Hub

Join us at Marmot Meadows Winter Hub just south of Whistlers Campground on Highway 93 for activities, adventure and interactive learning. You can ski on your own then join an interpreter around the fire for stories. Also, try your hand at new skills—like making a fire with flint and steel or cooking bannock on a stick.

A traditional tipi welcomes you to the meadows and provides the setting for Indigenous programs and cultural teachings. Enjoy a variety of programs, including wildlife tracking where you will do a bit of hiking or snowshoeing while trying out some of the park’s telemetry equipment. In the evening, try a guided dark sky snowshoe hike.

Programs and Activities

Will be offered every weekend between January 2 – March 26, 2017, generally from
11 am – 3 pm and in the evening at 7 pm.

Christmas Holidays

December 27, 2016 - January 2, 2017 from 11 am – 3 pm we will be on site every day with fireside stories and activities and at 7 pm nightly for a Dark Sky Program and warm drinks around a crackling campfire. 

Visit us at Marmot Meadows for a New Year’s Eve Dark Sky Event on December 31.

Events

Jasper in January

Adventure Week (January 12 – 15)

Featuring cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and adventure inspired activities and programs at Marmot Meadows.

Appetites Week (January 19 – 22)

Try your hand at cooking over the campfire at Marmot Meadows.  Bannock, s’mores and lots more—yum!

Arts Week (January 27 – 29)

Join us for a series of arts and crafts workshops at Marmot Meadows in the tipi and winter shelter.

February and March

Check out the programs offered every weekend that help you learn to love winter, and our extended programming for Family Day weekend.