Jasper Wellness is a centre focused on people and their well-being. Through massage therapy and yoga offered by professionals throughout the community Jasper Wellness strives to create a sacred space to unite through wellness.Yoga classes offered daily for all levels and experiences. Whether you are looking to stretch out after a day at the hill or expand your practice through intensive workshops Jasper Wellness has many unique offerings for the yogi in us all. Make sure to sign up for the Length Lovers package which pairs yoga and massage for ultimate relaxation. Private group bookings, events and one-on-one sessions are available upon request.
Located in the scenic Rocky Mountain town of Jasper, Alberta, the Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives is dedicated to collect, preserve and make available for research and exhibition documents and artefacts which illustrate the human history of Jasper National Park and the Yellowhead Corridor.
Join experts from The Jasper Planetarium for a look at giant flames on the Sun, the planet Venus, and maybe even a view of the Moon! All in a 10-20 minute tour at the base of the Jasper Skytram. Enhance your Jasper Skytram experience at the Lower Station before or after your ascent, where a knowledgeable astronomy expert will show you a variety of different views of giant solar flames 100 times the size of Earth, snaking filaments dozens of Earths long, and much more! You’ll even have the opportunity to take pictures of some of these objects with your phone. Open June 1 to Sept. 30 daily, weather permitting, from noon - 5p.m.
Nestled at the edge of Jasper National Park this property is tucked in the rolling hills and is trumped by the beautiful Roche à Perdrix Mountain to the West. Escape the crowds of Jasper town site and retreat to your own mountain cabin to relax and enjoy the true Rocky Mountain experience. Less than 5 minutes away from the Jasper National Park Gates, and an enjoyable and scenic 25 minute drive to the Miette Hot Springs where you are sure to relax and unwind in the warm water. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the wildlife and beautiful scenery.From studio to three bedroom cabins, we have something available for every traveler’s needs. All cabins come standard equipped with a river stone gas fireplace and are tastefully decorated with lots of wooden elements that merge the mountains and the wilderness inside the cabin. The Cabins are equipped with Queen-sized beds and luxurious duvets. Each cabin contains a kitchenette, made of dark espresso wood featuring a granite countertop, 2 burner stove, mini fridge and microwave. The front desk and general store is located in the main building to help you with questions, concerns, or advise you on activities that you would like to book, or inquire about the area. They will also assist you with our onsite amenities such as volleyball, badminton or our bbq areas.
Realize the mountain getaway you've been longing for, nestled in the awe-inspiring Catacomb Mountains. Sunwapta Falls Rocky Mountain Lodge is your ideal place to make your connection with nature and to create memories. Exceptional fine dining by candlelight, cabin style accommodation and wood burning fireplaces will please any romantic. Located right on the Icefields Parkway, 53km south of downtown Jasper, Sunwapta is in an ideal location for attractions and activities from White-Water Rafting, The new Glacier SkyWalk, Waterfalls, Glaciers, Mt Edith Cavell and plenty of Wildlife.
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, situated in Alberta's magnificent Jasper National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites you to experience our Great Canadian Lodge, surrounded by nature and abundant wildlife. Experience this 700 acre year-round luxury mountain resort which wraps around the shores of pristine Lac Beauvert and Canada's #1 Golf Resort. After an active day outdoors, rejuvenate at the luxurious Fairmont Spa, inspired by the energy and beauty of Jasper National Park. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge also has a deep commitment to sustainability, and was awarded the Hotel Association of Canada's prestigious Green Key Environmental Award for 2017.
This trip starts at the base of Athabasca Falls and splashes through numerous rapids with high canyon walls on each side. After the canyon stretch, rafters enjoy the wide open views of the scenic Athabasca Valley to our take-out. Available from June 1 to Sept. 4.
From our launch in the shadow of Mount Robson, the “Mighty Fraser” serves up turbulent rapids bound to soak every rafter! After a short portage around Rearguard Falls we paddle into the best whitewater of the trip! This trip offers chance to spot seasonal spawning salmon. Avail. mid-May to mid-September.
Experience waterfalls, wildlife and more on an exciting cliff-edge walkway that leads to a platform where glass is all that separates you from a 918 foot drop! Save up to 10% when you book in advance (48 hrs+ before arrival). Restrictions may apply. See website for details.
Located in crystal clear Patricia Lake, Jasper Dive Adventures offers a unique underwater experience for visitors to the park. Our certified PADI Scuba Dive Instructor offers certification from the Open Water level up to the Rescue Diver level. Already certified? Take a guided tour to the WWII wreck in Patricia Lake, code named Project Habbakuk!
Snap an endless stream of photos from the comfort of the sidecar attached to a Harley Davidson while Jasper Motorcycle Tours takes you on the adventure of a lifetime. Feel the mountain fresh air fix the smile on your face. Smell the trees and flowers in bloom. Look in every direction to see endless unobstructed views of Japer National Park. You are surrounded by stunning emerald green lakes, snow-crested mountains, blue glaciers, massive icefields all linked by a narrow deserted stretch of highway. Your tour guide is your driver and he will treat you and your companion to sights missed by motorcoach and car. Park along the highway or lonely back road to watch bears, mountain goats, elk and moose as they move through the forest. Step off the motorcycle to walk a trail to a thundering waterfall. Then hop back into the sidecar or switch to the seat behind the driver so you can salute other riders as they do the same mountain-lined trek. Jasper National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Alberta and it's vast, untouched and stupendous by motorcycle. The Icefields Parkway is rated as one of the worlds greatest drives.
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 out the rock through centuries of dedicated action. Now envision yourself attached to a rope moving along that waterfall in a controlled descent taking in the stunning beauty that the water has carved from the rock. Canyoning is the art of descending steep walled gorges and deep mountain valleys using ropes to control your movements. Canyoning includes jumping, walking, scrambling, sliding, wading and many other means to travel through this unique and spectacular part of our world.
The Jasper Dark Sky Festival began with the goal of celebrating and preserving this status. At 11,000 square kilometers, Jasper National Park is considered to be the world’s largest accessible Dark Sky Preserves. From Oct. 12-21, Jasper's Dark Sky Festival invites astronomers at every level to gaze upon the wonder of one of the world's largest dark sky preserves. As daylight hours begin to recede, October is the ideal time to celebrate the skies with the annual Jasper Dark Sky Festival. Power Down. Look up.
Join us in our grand celebration of the 30th anniversary of Christmas In November!For the past 29 years, Christmas in November has been the most anticipated event of the year at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. With a variety of presenters, activities and sessions to attend, this event has surely been one to remember. Join our hosts along with a lineup of celebrity chefs and presenters for an occasion like no other.
Join us for another rare house style concert at the Habitat for the Arts. A roots balladeer with a rare personal warmth, Edmonton's Scott Cook has distilled the stories collected over a decade touring across Canada, the USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and elsewhere into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. His fourth release, One More Time Around, was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award, and its opening track "Pass It Along" won the Folk and Acoustic category in the 2013 UK Songwriting Contest, with UK magazine Maverick Country naming him "one of Canada's most inspiring and imaginative storytellers". He's currently touring with his acoustic trio the Second Chances (Bramwell Park on banjo, mandolin, guitar and harmony vocals, and Melissa Walker on upright bass and harmonies)