The Jasper Habitat for the Arts offers travelers a look at Canadian culture through the many programs that run daily, weekly or monthly. From Saturday afternoon Sketchers walkabouts to Wednesdays hands on creating your own personal memories of Jasper through art...to multicultural nights that honour the global community that lives in and visits Jasper...there is something for everyone regardless of age or artistic skill! Films, music nights, guest speakers, writing retreats, theatre camps...Engage Explore Experience arts & culture in Jasper!
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.
Our historical gallery includes exhibits on the fur trade pioneers the railways and early tourism in Jasper National Park. Among the artifacts on display are Curly Phillips' canoe and the ice axe recovered from Mount Alberta.
Tekarra Lodge's guest cabins are quaint and unique in design, offering relaxation as well as a host of amenities and the plush comforts of home. Songbirds and a stunning mountain view greet you each morning from the porch of your cabin. Take a quick stroll to the ridge, sit back and listen to the soothing sounds of the rushing water and enjoy mountain scenery that has inspired artists, poets and the countless guests who have taken pleasure from this special place.
Nestled in a forest in the heart of Jasper National Park, Pine Bungalows is surrounded by spruce, pine and Douglas fir trees on the bank of the World Heritage Athabasca River where wildlife abounds. Stay in our cozy lodgings in a peaceful, inspiring environment without televisions, telephone or Internet. Take time to stroll along the Athabasca River and enjoy the view. We invite you to relax and enjoy your stay amid the splendours of Jasper National Park. We have five different types of cabins and bungalows with kitchens and fireplaces available.
Set amidst spectacular mountain ranges in the charming town of Jasper, the Mount Robson Inn is five blocks from downtown; providing a quiet setting for couples and families. The 80 rooms are recently updated and well-appointed with pillow top mattresses, fridges, microwaves and high speed Internet. Choose from a variety of accommodation choices ranging from Euro-style studio rooms to king suites with couples Jacuzzis. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfast (except Oct. 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018), onsite outdoor hot tubs, a laundry area, ski and bike storage and the convenience of being on the Marmot Basin ski shuttle route.
Explore Jasper’s wild side and save with this Family Rafting & Wildlife Adventure Combo deal combining the Class 2+ Canyon Run Family Rafting and Morning or Evening Wildlife Search at a special rate. Available early-June to early-September.
This package includes: VIA Rail transportation Edmonton to Jasper, 3 nights of accommodation in Jasper, Maligne Canyon ice walk, dogsledding excursion in Jasper, transfer to Banff, 3 nights accommodation in Banff, 1 day ski pass, snowshoeing excursion to Marble Canyon, sleigh ride tour in Banff, transfer from Banff to Calgary.
This Banff golf vacation package offers a combination of the most beautiful and stunning scenery in the Canadian Rockies, matched with excellent accommodations. Book early to secure spring/summer 2018 dates.
Experience the wonders of the Maligne Canyon from the ground up. Your guide will lead you safely along the frozen canyon floor through its maze of fascinating ice sculptures. Explore the entrance to a cave system, ice caves, fossils and towering frozen waterfalls stretching over 30m up the canyon walls. Our tread enhancing cleats and warm winter boots will help you stay warm and feel secure while walking on the ice.
Jasper Raft Tours invites you to join the fun and experience easy rafting / scenic float trip down the Athabasca River, a designated Canadian Heritage River in a UNESCO World Heritage site. A National Park licensed guide will provide commentary on the human and natural history of Jasper while navigating you along the same route used by the fur traders over 2 centuries ago. Life jackets and the specially designed, oar powered rafts offer a safe and comfortable, nature-friendly ride through several small, easy sets of rapids and calm stretches that any first time rafter will enjoy. Don’t worry, the guides do all the rowing; you simply sit back, relax and enjoy all the spectacular breathtaking scenery. There is always a chance of seeing various wildlife including elk, deer, moose, coyotes, wolves, eagles, ospreys, mountain sheep and bears. Tours will operate rain or shine, and a poncho will be provided when required. All guests, 2 to 102 years are welcome! This soft adventure is designed for the entire family!
We are a small guiding company based in Jasper, Alberta. We specialize in high quality mountain skills training and guided climbing, from the Icefields Parkway in Jasper National Park to the rugged frontier of beautiful McBride, British Columbia. This diverse area is home to world class ice climbing, stellar rock climbing, and inspiring alpine climbing on the biggest peaks in the Rockies, as well as fantastic ski touring opportunities.
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.
Aug 10 (pre-peak, still lots of meteors possible) Aug 11 (peak) Aug 12 (peak) Often regarded as the BIG annual meteor shower of the year, the Perseids can have up to 60-80 shooting stars visible per-hour (up-to a meteor every 45-seconds or so, on-average) Your experience starts inside The Jasper Planetarium, then, come outside for a 10-minute shuttle ride into Jasper Dark Sky Preserve for an all-weather telescope experience. Here you'll receive a tour of the largest, most powerful telescopes in the Rockies at a special dark sky location, recent Jasper sky imagery from our new video telescope, tips on how to use your DSLR camera to photograph auroras and the Milky Way if weather permits and a live guided tour of meteors as they fall, plus objects in our Solar System and deep space as seen through our telescopes. Includes Q&A with our LIVE astronomy experts Various start-times - Tour begins in our planetarium at Marmot Lodge, 86 Connaught Dr. then shuttle departs for dark sky viewing area - See jasperplanetarium.com for details $89/adult, $29 youth (4-15)
For one day Braden Troy Gates will be in Jasper! Join in an afternoon workshop, for fiddle, and then come back in the evening for a rare house style intimate concert at the art centre.