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.
Mountain Wellness Day Spa offers a wide range of relaxing health and beauty treatments and specialized organic spa products. We will make you feel revitalized and refreshed as if you have a new body. A professional massage is the base of most of our treatments and packages, which stimulates the circulation of blood and lymph flow, creating a long lasting enjoyable pampered feeling.
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.
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.
Nestled in the heart of Jasper National Park, Pine Bungalows is surrounded by a Spruce, Pine & Douglas fir forest, located on the banks of the World Heritage Athabasca River where wildlife abounds.Stay in our cozy lodgings & peaceful, inspiring environment without televisions, telephone or internet. Or take time to stroll & sit a while along the Athabasca River & enjoy the view. We invite you to relax & enjoy your stay amid the splendors of Jasper National Park.We have 5 different types of cabins and bungalows with kitchens and fireplaces available. Choose the one that’s right for you. We provide on-site barbecues (suitable for campfire too), picnic tables, nature talks (July and August) Discovery Events plus free parking. Firewood, briquettes and gift items available in office.
The friendly and knowledgable staff at Whistler's Inn are able to provide you with information on all of Jasper National Park's attractions and can also offer suggestions on how to best enjoy your time in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.So for your next getaway to the mountains, let the staff at Whistler's Inn help make your vacation memorable.
Treat yourself and experience the world renowned Fairmont properties, rich in history, resplendent in natural beauty and nestled in awe inspiring locations. Your journey through the spectacular Canadian Rockies will be complimented by these grandeur hotels.
Explore Jasper National Park’s lower valleys and sub-alpine areas renown for their abundant wildlife population. Frozen lakes and rivers provide a great back drop and contrast for elk, deer, moose, wolves, sheep and coyotes that are still very active in winter. Season runs from early Dec – early April.
Escape to the ultimate comfort and relaxation of Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Active days in Mother Nature's playground or leisurely self-indulgence...whatever your fancy, an overnight stay and scrumptious breakfast is included. Take advantage of all the amenities as well as clear mountain air and the great outdoors. Restrictions apply.
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.
Ride horseback, hike or cross-country ski through the beautiful Tonquin Valley to this backcountry lodge on the shores of Amethyst Lake in the Canadian Rockies. Multi-day trips can be arranged. Tonquin Valley Adventures lets you enjoy the backcountry in style.
Our season runs from April through October, fishing a variety of lakes and rivers in the park, always aiming to send everyone home with a good story and an ear-to-ear grin! We invite you to enjoy one of our full day trips. Our National Park licensed, and first aid certified guide will bring all the required equipment. Our 21' canoes are stable enough to stand in without fear of tipping. We can provide return transportation from your accommodation, instruction, lunch (on full-day trips), foul weather gear, and your National Park Angler's License.
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 mountain.Enhance your Jasper Skytram experience at the Lower Station before or after your flight, 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! Opens June 1st to September 30th daily, weather permitting of course - from 12 noon - 5:00 pm. For more information, or costs,please visit one of their websites.
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.
Escape the cold winter air and fill your mugs with some of the best locally crafted beer. There is no better way to kick off your Super Bowl weekend than becoming a beer expert in one of Canada’s largest National Parks. Spend the weekend enjoying luxurious accommodations, unrivaled views, exceptional service, all while dining on delectable cuisine paired perfectly with your favourite local craft beer.