10 awesome outdoor activities to try during Jasper in January
Take it into the great outdoors with these fun and fascinating activities. Return to your cabin with a full heart, rosy cheeks and pleasantly spent limbs.
Signature events at Jasper in January
Of all the fun things to do during Jasper’s renowned winter festival, these are the ones that you should definitely add to your calendar. From drool-worthy comfort food to iconic Canadian activities to deals that your post-holiday wallet will love, here’s 7 absolute must-do's at Jasper in January, happening across three weekends from January 14 to 30.
Rediscover Jasper in January, now lighter and brighter than ever
Get ready to celebrate the best that winter has to offer. For three decades, Jasper in January has been the nexus of joyful mountain culture and having good times in any weather. This year, we invite you to rediscover this playful festival with the help of your favourite seasonal activities, now featuring some fresh new twists.
New Veterans Appreciation Event in Jasper offers support, deals, activities
For the first two weeks of November, from the first to the fifteenth, Jasper is inviting veterans, their families, and everyone else to take part in the Veterans Appreciation Event. Created to show support for our military veterans, Vet Fest will include events, activities, and dining throughout town, with many deals and discounts.
Small and special: One couple’s magical COVID-19 friendly wedding in Jasper
Chelsie and Nicole took their time planning their wedding. After a two-year engagement, and with their respective families located in different parts of the country, the couple decided that if people were going to have to travel anyway, why not travel to a beach. They sent out the invitations in December, 2019 for a Mexico wedding scheduled for, well, around the time we’re publishing this story. Then COVID-19 hit, and the world shut down.
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).