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Jasper holidays - Astonishing, adventurous and memorable
Great for hiking, fishing and rafting, Jasper offers spectacular vistas. From Stanley Falls to the vast Horseshoe Lake, Jasper is comparable to none for outdoor holidays with a difference. The Columbia Icefield is one of the most famous sights in the area, known as the Icefields Parkway, and offers breathtaking views and mountain trails with varying difficulties that suit everyone from the casual walker to the avid hiker.
Admire the jaw-dropping scenery and wildlife
Neighbouring the popular Banff resort and park system, Jasper National Park holidays enjoy an ideal destination for all kinds of attractions and activities throughout summer and winter.
Things to do in the National Park
Jasper is known for its outstanding hiking trails and river system that allows fantastic opportunities for kayaking, fishing and white water rafting. It's also a wonderful location for wildlife spotting, including magnicifent moose, elk, caribou, coyotes, wolves and bears.
When to go
Jasper sees average summer high temperatures of around 21.9°C in July with average lows in winter dipping to around -14.6°C in January.
- Stanley Falls
- Beauty Creek
- Mt. Edith Cavell
- Maligne Canyon
- Athabasca Falls
- Horseshoe Lake
- Peyto Lake
- Mt. Robson provincial park
- Patricia Lake
- Spirit Island