Extending over 11,000 square kilometres, it's 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. (Hint: the winter months are pretty spectacular!)


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Hours of operation

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

Fees

Free admission for youth in 2018. 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

Fire hazard reduction on Pyramid Bench

Pyramid Bench Trails. Closed until further notice

Over the winter of 2018-2019, Parks Canada is working to reduce the amount of forest fuels on the Pyramid Bench in mountain pine beetle affected forest.

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    Banff National Park

    Founded in 1885, Banff is Canada’s first national park and part of the first national park system in the world. With its soaring peaks, azure lakes and abundant wildlife, this Rocky Mountain park attracts millions of visitors every year.

  • Elk Island National Park

    Experience first-hand the story of the bison and how it was saved from near extinction at Elk Island National Park, where an active conservation program replenishes herds around the world.

  • Family at Emerald Lake
    Yoho National Park

    In the shadow of the Great Divide, Yoho’s towering rockwalls, spectacular waterfalls and soaring peaks reveal the secrets of ancient life, the power of ice and water and the stories of plants and animals that continue to evolve today.

  • Fort St. James National Historic Site

    At Fort St. James National Historic Site, handle beaver and muskrat pelts in a fur warehouse restored to the year 1896. Meet costumed interpreters and sleep over in Canada’s only bed and breakfast at a national historic site.