3 cozy winter cabins to rent in Jasper
Is there anything that gives the warm fuzzies quite like cuddling up next to a crackling fireplace in a log cabin while snow falls gently outside the window? There are nearly 500 cabins to rent in Jasper, ranging from cozy riverside cabins to luxurious log refuges that British royalty have stayed in, but most of them aren’t open through the winter. Pair heritage aesthetic with modern comforts in a beautiful home-away-from-home, and take part in our longstanding cabin culture by booking a stay in one of these year-round havens.
How long should you stay in Jasper
Short answer? As long as possible. There are people who have lived here for years and yet still have barely scratched the surface of all there is to do in this mountain wonderland. But if your travels are limited, as they often unfortunately are, by time, money or any of the many other factors that influence our decisions in life, then this guide can help.
The 8 best fireplaces to achieve peak coziness
Call it caveman instinct, call it hygge, call it whatever you want, but can we all agree that there’s something uniquely special about relaxing next to a cozy fire? And in the winter, that flickering flame seems to be extra mesmerizing. Luckily Jasper’s longstanding cabin culture has helped establish many gorgeous fireplaces around the town and beyond.
The re-imagined Glacier View Lodge is now open
The Glacier View Lodge is an all-inclusive high alpine experience that offers exclusive and private evening access to the Athabasca Glacier and to the Glacier Skywalk the next morning before it opens to the public.
4 things to know before bringing your pet to Jasper National Park
With trails aplenty and multiple dog friendly accommodation options, bringing your furry friend to Jasper can make the trip extra memorable.