Welcome to Jasper National Park, the gentle giant of the Canadian Rockies. Located in the heart of the park, the laid-back mountain town of Jasper offers easy access to majestic peaks, endless outdoor adventure, pristine wilderness and abundant wildlife.

Find your connection to this special place by exploring one or all of our five spectacular regions, visiting our famous red chair locations or participating in Parks Canada led programs and events during your stay.

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Jasper Park Map

Jasper Park Map


Jasper's top 5 regions to explore


Around town

You don’t have to go far beyond the Jasper townsite to enjoy park wilderness. Drive, bike or hike up to Pyramid Lake (7 km) and explore the many trails. For water lovers, grab or rent a kayak or paddleboard and head out to Lake Edith for a refreshing paddle!

Trail restoration in progress

Over the winter of 2018-2019, Jasper National Park removed trees from mountain pine beetle affected forest on Pyramid Bench to help protect the town of Jasper in the event of a wildfire.

Many trails within this project area have been affected. Trail assessments and rehabilitation are in progress and may result in periodic closures and conditions that are not accurately reflected in the trail report.

Please keep this in mind and be ready to change your plans and route if needed.

Please stay on official trails and help prevent the creation of new trails in opened areas that could impact wildlife and forest regeneration.


Maligne Valley

One of the most stunning areas in Jasper National Park is Maligne Lake. If you have time, it’s a must see! Take a scenic drive through this beautiful valley (48 km). Visit Maligne Canyon, pass a disappearing lake, take a boat tour, lakeshore stroll or challenge yourself to a rewarding hike.


Edith Cavell and 93A

Situated off of 93A, twist and turn your way up the Cavell Road to Mount Edith Cavell, 29 km from town. Take the short uphill walk (800 m) to a commanding viewpoint overlooking Cavell Pond and Angel Glacier. Depending on the time of year, hike the Cavell Meadows Trail up to a colour explosion of alpine wildflowers.


Miette Hot Springs

Soak in the hottest hot springs in the Rockies, take a short walk to the source of the springs or hike up to Sulphur Skyline to see 360 degree views.



Icefields Parkway

Winding 232 glorious kilometres through the heart of Jasper and Banff national parks, the Icefields Parkway has been called one of the most scenic drives in the world. Glaciers, viewpoints, waterfalls, picnic spots and hikes galore can be found along this spectacular parkway!