Local Area – Jasper, AB
Jasper National Park, a world-famous UNESCO Heritage site, is an extensive playground for those that love nature and the great outdoors. Our hotel is conveniently located close to many of the top tourist attractions and is centrally located. Less than a 15-minute drive to The Jasper Sky Tram, and approximately a ten-minute walk to the heart of Jasper.
Our Outdoor Garden Terrace is also available summers only for small ceremonies and intimate gatherings.
What to Do in Jasper
You’ll never be short of things to do or places to see when you stay at the Jasper Inn. From exploring the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains and visiting the Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives to star gazing at the Jasper Planetarium – there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Those looking to get some activity in during their visit to Jasper can certainly stay fit by visiting the Jasper Activity Centre or stop by the Jasper Fitness & Aquatic Centre and enjoy the 50-metre water slide, a 25-metre six-lane pool, bouldering and more. Love to hike? Take a journey on the Jasper Discovery Trail or the Red Squirrel trail that takes you down to the Athabasca river with the option to hike to the peak of Old Fort Point and search for the Red Chairs.
If you are here for the picturesque views, natural beauty and stunning lakes, a visit to the Athabasca Falls, the largest waterfall in Jasper National Park, is an absolute must. Glacier-fed Maligne Lake is extraordinary with a cruise to World Famous Spirit Island and Maligne Canyon with its magnificent fossils, underground stream outlets and limestone are both popular tourist spots. If you really want to see it all, visit the Columbia Icefield, a lovely scenic drive that winds its way between Lake Louise and Jasper and offers breath-taking Athabasca glacier views with an option to ride the Ice Explorer on top of the Glacier.
When it comes to impressive scenery, the Valley of the Five Lakes will take your breath away. Imagine five stunning lakes that sparkle in shades of blue and turquoise. The sparkling waters alone will forever leave an imprint on your memory.
If you prefer carving up the snow, any avid skier will want to head over to internationally acclaimed Marmot Basin for some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Western Canada. Discover the brand new terrain – Tres Hombres with 5 new runs opening onto chutes, bowls and cliff drops which are spread across 45 acres.