Jasper National Park is the largest park in the Canadian Rockies, and offers excellent chances to get out into the wilderness. Here you’ll find great opportunities to explore the many activities the Canadian Rockies offer, get out into an authentic wilderness, and see wildlife such as bears, wolves, elk and mountain goats.
The Jasper town site offers its own array of terrific restaurants, activities, shopping and accommodations. You’ll find all of this just 3 and one half hours from Edmonton, Alberta.
Tour the Columbia Icefield
Experience the Icefields Parkway, one of the most scenic roadways in Canada, and one of the most spectacular mountain highways in the world. The Columbia Icefield is the Parkway’s crown jewel, where you venture out onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier in specially built 4×4 vehicles.
Tour Jasper National Park
Explore the history and beauty of some of the most rugged peaks in the Canadian Rockies. Learn about the people, geology and creation of this mountain town. Marvel at the spectacular natural attractions that are celebrated by Jasper National Parks.
Tour Museums and Activities
Jasper, nestled within Jasper National Park, is the largest and most northerly of the mountain parks. Its beauty and history is set amid some of the most rugged peaks in the Rockies. Explore all that Jasper has to offer.
Take a Guided Rafting Trip
Explore a route used by the “fur traders” down the Athabasca River! Pass through many small sets of rapids and calm stretches on a safe, comfortable raft, while a licensed guide points out the natural and human history of Jasper. Please dress for the weather and remember that warm casual clothing is appropriate for our tours. The temperature can be cool, so we advise you to bring an extra layer – a jacket if it looks breezy and a hat if you are sun-sensitive.