How we’re celebrating 10 years of Jasper’s Dark Sky Preserve

March 26, 2021 in ,

How we’re celebrating 10 years of Jasper’s Dark Sky Preserve

Ten years ago, on March 26, 2011, Jasper National Park became the largest dark sky preserve in the world. In the decade since, the importance of protecting the night sky from light pollution has gained momentum and more dark sky preserves have been designated around the world; Jasper’s now holds the second biggest spot, though is still the largest accessible dark sky preserve (meaning there’s a town within its borders).

Who’s coming to the Jasper Dark Sky Festival

October 9, 2020 in

Who’s coming to the Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Dark Sky Preserves 101

October 7, 2020 in ,

Dark Sky Preserves 101

May 24, 2019 in ,

5 times Jasper photographer Mike Gere wowed us with light painting

When Mike Gere isn't taking stunning nighttime shots, the local award-winning photographer is leading private daily photography tours in Jasper National Park.

May 17, 2019 in , ,

Here are the speakers coming to the 2019 Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Hold onto your telescopes because part of the speakers lineup for the 2019 Jasper Dark Sky Festival just dropped and our lil space nerd hearts are shaking.

October 10, 2018 in ,

11 Reasons Jasper's Dark Sky Preserve Should Top Your Travel Bucket List

As the second largest Dark Sky Preserve in the World, Jasper at night is an experience that simply must be had.

The world is full of wonders that deserve to be seen, felt and of course Instagrammed. But even though we don't want to make any other world wonders feel bad, can we all just quietly agree that the Jasper Dark Sky Preserve should be the priority? Don't believe us? Read on, ye of little faith.

June 27, 2017 in

Guest Post: Night Sky Photography Tips with Jack Fusco

Astrophotographer, Jack Fusco, gives us some tips and tricks for photographing the night sky.

September 20, 2016 in ,

Top 10 Stargazing Spots in Jasper National Park

With 11,000 square kilometers of preserved dark sky, it’s guaranteed that on a clear night there’s a spot to see night sky in all its glory.