Marmot Basin is located in Jasper National Park, which is the most northerly park in the UNESCO Canadian Rockies World Heritage Site. The ski area has the highest base elevation of any major area in Canada. Over 400 cm of natural snow blanket the mountain annually allowing skiing from mid-November to early May. Explore a wide variety of runs, from novice to expert, on four mountain faces spanning 1,675 acres (678 hectares) of skiable terrain. Visitors to Jasper regularly get to see wildlife such as elk, deer, coyotes, Bighorn sheep and others throughout the winter
Get a new perspective on the town of Jasper and the surrounding mountain ranges as the Jasper SkyTram whisks you up Whistler's Mountain. At an elevation of 2,277 metres (7,472 feet), the view from the top offers stunning mountain vistas of six different mountain ranges, and amazing views of the town, rivers & glacial fed lakes below. On a clear day, you can even see the white pyramid of Mount Robson in nearby British Columbia. Follow the 1.2 km hiking trail to the summit of the mountain to enjoy an unobstructed 360 degree view, or stick close to the upper station and enjoy the best views of Canada's largest Rocky Mountain National Park while dining mountaintop at the Summit Restaurant.
Enter our state-of-the-art 35-seat domed theatre and tour the world’s largest accessible dark sky preserve with a live guide – rain or shine! Plus, outside, try our “Wild Nights” stargazing experience and get the chance to look through the largest telescope in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. We offer daily evening programs, special monthly programs and of course a great array of unique programs related to our Jasper Dark Sky Festival in October.
Experience the very best of Alberta and the length of the Canadian Rockies with the Rocky Mountaineer, as well as cruising Alaska with Norwegian Cruise Line.
Snow-capped peaks, frozen waterfalls and glacial Lake Louise - winter really is a magical time to experience the Canadian Rockies. Explore Banff National Park by sleigh and gondola, relax in soothing hot springs and take a daring Maligne Canyon icewalk.
Dogsledding on the shores of Lake Louise, a horse drawn sleigh ride in Banff National Park and a guided ice walk on the frozen floors of Jasper’s Maligne Canyon all topped off with a trip on VIA Rail’s The Canadian.
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 Tour Company looks at each trip through the eyes of someone who's seeing the Rockies for the first time! Combining love and knowledge for the mountains with a damn good story makes the JTC the Number One choice for adventure. For more info check out our website.
If roaring waterfalls, emerald lakes, alpine meadows and snowcapped peaks are on your list of things to experience, then a sightseeing tour with Sun Dog is a must! Our sightseeing tours take guests to the most exceptional locations for photos, wildlife viewing, and nature walks! Learn about the fascinating natural and human history of Jasper and Banff national parks in the Canadian Rockies. Enjoy the comfort of a Sun Dog sightseeing tour in the majestic Canadian Rockies.