In one hour, you can be ice-climbing heights you didn’t think possible
Jasper National Park has thousands of square kilometres of practically untouched alpine wilderness. It’s glorious if you’re into wildlife, exploring mountains, and other spectacular kinds of stuff.
Stanley Thompson, Canada's master golf course architect, designed this 18-hole course with elevated tee boxes, wide fairways that carve through thick forest, dramatic bunkering and holes aligned with distant mountain vistas. It has received 4.5 Stars from Golf Digest, the Gold Tee award from Meetings and Incentive Magazine seven years in a row, and the Successful Meetings Magazine Pinnacle Award six years running. In addition to being recognized annually among the best public courses in Canada, SCOREGolf Magazine rated it as the Number One Public course in Canada for 2013.
Nestled in downtown Jasper, the Candy Bear’s Lair is an established candy shop specializing in homemade fudge, caramel, and candy apples made on site. The store also offers a wide range of hard candies and chocolates, as well as teddy bears and other bear-themed toys.
The grandeur of Jasper does more than simply take your breath away: It inspires you to slow your pace, to breathe deeply, to reflect on the amazing artistry of nature. This reflection underscores every treatment and experience offered at The Spa at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Their spa experiences allow guests to participate in nature’s gifts in the heart of Jasper National Park. They offer customized treatments to help you recover from long days on the golf course or the mountain trails. Whichever treatments you choose, The Spa at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge ensures an experience unlike any other—one that gives you the time and space you need to breathe, dream and reflect on the natural abundance that surrounds you.AwardsConde Naste: Rated as the number 4 resort spa in Canada Spas of America: #13 of Top 100 Spas of 2017Spas of America: #3 of Top Spas in Canada of 2017Spas of America: #1 of Top Spas in Alberta of 2017
This tour includes a stop at Maligne Canyon for a gentle guided walk, a stop at the “disappearing” Medicine Lake, and finally Maligne Lake. Here you have the option of a guide cruise to the world famous "Spirit Island" (additional cost) or a gentle guided walk with your SunDog guide.
Join SunDog Tours on this incredible full-day journey along the spine of the Canadian Rockies. With an emphasis on small personalized group sizes, this one-way sightseeing excursion includes all the famous stops between Jasper and Lake Louise. Picnic lunch, admission to the Glacier Adventure and the Glacier Skywalk are included.
Explore Marmot Basin – the northernmost Rocky Mountain ski area and enjoy abundant dry, light & fluffy snow that is a dream to ski and snowboard on this 10 night Jasper ski adventure.
Join the fun and experience an easy rafting/scenic float trip down the Athabasca River, a designated Canadian Heritage River. 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 two centuries ago. Our guides do all the rowing so that you can simply relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery. We invite you to share our love of whitewater, wilderness, and friendship. Our rafting trips are a great adventure for the entire family!
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.
Jasper is home to Canada’s first commercial rafting company – Jasper’s Whitewater Rafting! We’ve been setting the standard for safety and fun since 1971. Raft the rivers we pioneered and allow us to share the knowledge that comes from playing on the rivers for over 40 years.
The Hawaiian themed race is back! Break out your Hawaiian skirts & coconut bras for the most fun you'll ever have in ski race! With a non-traditional racecourse on Tranquilizer that includes banked turns, rollers, and small jumps - skiers and snowboarders of all ages will have massive smiles after each run! Participants will each get two runs through the course, with results determined on the single fastest run .Fee: $15 Race Fee includes a BBQ lunch. Prizing: Prizes for the fastest run, best costume and plenty of lucky draw prizes given away on the day!
MARMOT'S REVENGE: The 2020 Canadian National Ski Mountaineering Championships. The Marmot’s Revenge Ski Mountaineering race will be held at Marmot Basin on March 7th - 8th, 2020. It will be the host of the 2020 Canadian National Ski Mountaineering Championships.*Marmot’s Revenge is one of the four races in the Canada Cup that will be used for National Team Selection for the 2020-2021 Season.
Join their pride festivities! Join them for a fun-filled festival and hit the slopes of Marmot Basin on Saturday, April 26th with costumes for a pride-coloured fun race and guided ski.