Hit the trails for a snowy hike or hop on a fat bike for a more cruisy ride around our easily trail network!

Trail and activities Distance Difficulty Description
    Winter Walking (see map)
(AA) Jasper Discovery Trail 8.3-km loop Easy  An interpretive loop trail with beautiful town views.
(AB) Lac Beauvert Loop 3.4-km loop   Easy A loop trail around a lake with spectacular views.
(AC) Wapiti Campground Variable options Easy A forested trail with views of the Athabasca River.
(AD) Red Squirrel to Big Horn Alley 10.6-km loop Moderate  A loop with varied terrain along the Athabasca River.
(AE) Valley of the Five Lakes 4.1-km loop Moderate A loop trail with a series of beautiful frozen lakes.
(AF) Maligne Canyon Varied route options Moderate Walk along the top of the canyon.
bicycle    Fat Biking (see map)
(AJ) Cabin Lake Fire Road 6.8-km return Easy A fairly moderate ride out to Cabin Lake and back with panoramic views.
(AK) Woodpecker / Trail 4 3.6 km return Easy Flat-packed by Fairmont, this loop travels through gently rolling terrain from Jasper Park Lodge to Lake Annette and back.
(AL) Pyramid Trail-Cottonwood Slough (P4) to Pyramid Lake
Resort (P5)
8 km return Moderate This cruisy trail climbs steadily to beautiful Pyramid Lake.

Trail Map


Trail etiquette

Thanks for respecting our trails and keeping them safe so that they can be enjoyed by all.

  • Please respect dog restrictions and closures
  • Do not walk or snowshoe on groomed ski tracks
  • Pack out all your garbage

Safety and etiquette

Not all signed destinations are safe for winter travel

  • You don't need to venture far to be in avalanche terrain. Choose your winter trail from a list of designated safe destinations.
  • If you plan to travel beyond designated winter destinations, ensure you have appropriate knowledge, skills and carry a transceiver, probe and shovel. Avalanche Forecast.

Pets are welcome on most trails but must be leashed at all times

  • To a wild animal, your dog is a canine – a predator. An animal may behave aggressively or flee, endangering itself or your pet.
  • Walking or snowshoeing on the track set portion of cross country ski trails endangers skiers who later use the track.

Never feed or follow wildlife

  • If you see tracks, do not follow them toward the animal.
  • If you see an animal, give it lots of space and observe from a distance with binoculars or a telephoto lens.

Check the weather and trail report before departing

  • Cell phones are not always reliable throughout the park.
  • Trail reports are updated regularly as conditions change. Trails are rated for their overall condition and difficulty.
  • Review the weather, trail conditions, and current closures before your trip and enjoy!