When temperatures drop, Jasper's abundance of glacier-fed lakes become the perfect canvas for memorable adventures. Here's how to make the most of them.
In summer, Jasper's landscape is polka dotted with the blue and green of its many lakes. In winter, these natural jewels transform into exquisite frozen plains tucked within the national park's choppy sea of snowy peaks. They become the perfect sites for adventures big and small, sweaty and serene. Try one (or all!) of the following activities — you won't regret it.
7 Bubble Hunting
Climb aboard with Rockies Heli Canada for a full day helicopter tour of an incredible, uniquely Canadian natural phenomenon on Abraham Lake, where methane gas bubbles from plant life freeze at various depths under the lake surface. This photo safari is like no other, and is offered mid-December to mid-April.