These easy multi-use trails provide opportunities to explore and access areas close to the town of Jasper.

 Map A: Around Town  (PDF 2.225 MB)

Where are you headed today?

Whistlers or Wapiti Campgrounds

Follow: Wapiti Trail

  

MAP A & B
Trail 12 (easy); 4.7 km one way; no elevation gain; 1-2 hours

Trailhead: The junction of Connaught Drive and Highway 93A North/Hazel Avenue


Lakes Annette and Edith

Follow: Bighorn Alley

  

MAP A & B
Trail 13 (easy); 4.3 km one way; 33 m elevation gain; 1-2 hours

Trailhead: The north-east end of the Jasper Discovery Trail

This trail provides access to lakes Annette and Edith via the Moberly Bridge on Highway 16. Use caution when crossing the highway.


Lake Annette from Jasper Park Lodge

Follow: Woodpecker Trail

  

MAP A
Trails 18 (easy); 2.8 km one way; minimal elevation gain; 1 hour

Trailheads: Lake Annette parking lot or Jasper Park Lodge


Old Fort Point and Jasper Park Lodge

Follow: Red Squirrel Trail

  

MAP A & B
Trail 14 (easy); 1 km one way; no elevation gain; 1 hour

Trailhead: From Wapiti trail at the junction of Highway 16 and 93A North

Part of the trail is adjacent to the Athabasca River, while part is on the lac Beauvert access road.


Pyramid Bench

Follow: Pyramid Trail

  

MAP A & B
Trails 15 (moderate); 5.4 km one way; 118 m elevation gain; 1-2 hours

Trailheads: Jasper Activity Centre parking lot, near start of Pyramid Lake Road

Use this connector as your gravel freeway to the Pyramid Bench trail system.