Jasper National Park is situated 370 km (192 mi) west of Edmonton, 404 km (256 mi) northwest of Calgary and 805 km (500 mi) northeast of Vancouver (map of Alberta).

By vehicle

The Trans-Canada Highway #16 (also called the Yellowhead Highway) runs through the park and is the main route to and from Jasper. The Icefields Parkway connects Jasper with the Trans-Canada Highway #1 near Lake Louise and Banff.

All major roads in Jasper are paved and all major highways have paved shoulders. Make sure to factor in plenty of time for breaks, slow traffic, and inclement weather conditions. The maximum speed limit inside the national parks is 90 km/hr, with several areas having slower limits for wildlife safety.

Some roads, especially the Mt. Edith Cavell road, can be rough and difficult to navigate with large recreational vehicles because of tight hairpin bends. Long, steep grades of 8-11% can be found on the Icefields Parkway especially near Bow Lake and when ascending/descending the Sunwapta Pass in the Columbia Icefield Area.

By air

Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver all have international airports that are serviced by major national and international carriers. Learn more about airline service to (Edmonton) (Calgary) (Vancouver)

By rail

Via Rail has regular train service to Jasper via Edmonton and Vancouver. Learn more about Via Rail service to Jasper

By bus

SunDog Transportation and Tours offers daily Jasper - Edmonton connector shuttle service. The Jasper - Lake Louise - Banff - Calgary connector is available from October 22, 2018 to April 30, 2019. 
Learn more about Sundog Transportation and Tours

Brewster Express offers tour buses to and from Jasper via Banff along the spectacular Icefields Parkway.
Learn more about Brewster Express

By rental car

There are several car rental agencies located in the Jasper and Banff townsites.