Hiking & Walking

Since it was founded in 1907, Jasper National Park has maintained a network of natural trails for the benefit of everyone who wants to experience the beauty of Jasper on foot. Whether you'd like to stroll a short loop or hike all day in rugged terrain, there's a trail in the park for you.

Maligne Adventures

Let Maligne Adventures showcase all the natural beauty and adventure Jasper National Park has to offer.  Located in the Canadian Rockies north of Banff National Park along the Icefields Parkway, Jasper is famous for its natural beauty, abundant wildlife and incredible scenery.We offer a wide sele...
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632 Connaught Drive
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
844-808-7177

Maligne Valley Hiker's Shuttle

Departing at 9:00 am daily the Maligne Valley Shuttle primarily caters to those embarking on the multi-day, backcountry hike on the Skyline Trail by providing one-way transportation between trailheadsIf you are hiking the trail South to North (recommended), you will start your hike at Maligne Lak...
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632 Connaught Dr
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
844-808-7177

Rocky Mountain Canyoning

Have you ever wanted to explore areas that you thought were simply inaccessible. Did you ever wonder if descending a waterfall in a canyon was even possible. Imagine yourself a feather floating along a stream that descends into a deep cleft in the mountain, following the watercourse as it carves ...
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632 Connaught Dr
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
1-844-808-7177

Wild Current Outfitters Rafting Adventures

Rafting in Jasper is the ultimate in adventure and excitement. Horses transport everything necessary for your trip as you ride or hike to the Snake Indian River and to some of the most beautiful vistas in the Rocky Mountains. Tours can be customized to include photography or fishing. 
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-931-3662

Rockies Heli Canada

Rockies Heli Canada is a heli-tour company that seeks adventure in some of the World's best vistas! Join us for a scenic flight tour, an exploration hike or snowshoe -- even join us for your BIG day (we specialize in weddings too!!)!
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Highway 11 | 42 KM East of Saskatchewan Crossing
Cline River, Alberta
T0M 2H0
(403) 721-2100

Walks & Talks Jasper

Join Paula Beauchamp, owner of Walks and Talks Jasper on a informative guided adventure, she is a lifetime Jasper resident. Why not explore Jasper National Park with a professional level qualified guide who is passionate about Jasper's awesome trails. We walk farther so you can enjoy more of Jasp...
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626 Connaught Drive
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-4994

Canadian Skyline Adventures

We focus on offering exceptional hiking experiences that take clients off the beaten path into the backcountry. Our guides are locals and will teach guests about the natural and human history of the area while helping guests learn the art of travelling in the wild. We keep our groups sizes small...
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-883-0465

Jasper Skytram

The Jasper SkyTram whisks you up Whistler’s Mountain to an elevation of 2,263 metres, showing you stunning vistas over mountain ranges stretching up to 80 kilometres away. On a clear day, you can even see the white pyramid of Mount Robson in nearby British Columbia. Interpretive exhibits explain ...
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-3093

Jasper Photo Guide

Jasper Photo Guide offers daily private photography instruction and photo tours around Jasper National Park and many other locations. Discover the beautiful landscapes of the mountains and learn to create more compelling photographs.
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Box 3016
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-931-2654

Other Things To Do

Jasper Discovery Trail

Trailhead: This loop around the town can be started nearly anywhere. Follow the bear symbol.The Jasper Discovery Trail is split into three sections. Explore one part or travel the whole 8.3 km. There’s something to suit nearly everyone. 
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Trail 11 | 8.3 km loop | 2-3 hours
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Old Fort Point

Trailhead: From town or from Highway 16, follow Highway 93A to the Old Fort Point/Lac Beauvert access road. Turn left, cross the Athabasca River on the old iron bridge, then park in the lot on the right. Distance to the trailhead from town: 1.6 km. Old Fort Point is a prominent bedrock hill stand...
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Trail 1 & 1a | 3.8 km loop | 1-1.5 hours
Jasper , Alberta
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Valley of the Five Lakes

Trailhead: 9 km south on Highway 93. The five small lakes are the highlights of this outing, which is a popular family hike. Trail 9a begins with an easy walk through a forest of lodgepole pine, reaching a boardwalk across the Wabasso Creek wetlands in the first kilometre. Watch for beavers. Beyo...
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Trails 9, 9a & 9b | 4.5 km loop | 2 hours
Jasper , Alberta

Wapiti Trail

Trailhead: The junction of Connaught Drive and Highway 93A North/Hazel Avenue. Use this trail to access Whistlers and Wapiti campgrounds on Highway 93. This is a great trail to walk to/from the Jasper townsite from the campgrounds as it detours along the scenic Athabasca River.
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Trail 12 | 4.7 km one-way | 1-2 hours
Jasper , Alberta

Athabasca Falls

Trailhead: 31 km (20 min) south of Jasper, Junction of Hwy 93 and 93A Feel the spray of the Athabasca River as it thunders into the canyon below. Stay on designated trails and behind railings. The rock beyond is slippery and dangerous.
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Day-use area
Jasper , Alberta
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