Jasper offers breathtaking sites and memorable experiences. Adventurers can take advantage of incredible backcountry locations, alpine day hikes, adrenaline pumping mountain biking and great paddling. For a more relaxed pace, take in one of the many scenic drives, picnic amongst majestic peaks, and enjoy unique wildlife viewing. Winter highlights include snowshoeing, skiing on groomed trails, fat biking, skating and more!


  • Winter

    Under a blanket of snow and ice, Jasper’s mountains, meadows, and rivers become a wintery spectacle. Enjoy snowshoeing, fat biking, cross-country skiing, down-hill skiing, pond skating, canyon ice walks, and wildlife watching.

  • Winter camping

    Wapiti is a great campsite for family outings at any time of year. It’s close to town for supply runs and in the winter campers often get first crack at the slopes and cross-country trails (because to really appreciate a campfire, you have to use it to thaw your ski boots!).

  • Snowshoeing

    Jasper National Park is the place to snowshoe in the Canadian Rockies. Inspiring the exploration of untracked territory, snowshoeing is one of winter's most accessible activities. With over 11,000 square kilometres of protected land, we have endless trails and magical areas for you to explore.

  • Winter walking

    Enjoy the fresh air and unique winter scenery by exploring our easy trail network!

  • Wildlife

    Wildlife spotting is one of the thrills of visiting Jasper. Cougars, wolves and other wildlife remain active throughout the year. If you see wildlife, do not approach; give them lots of space and observe from a distance with binoculars or a telephoto lens.

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