Jasper National Park Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Jasper National Park - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Athabasca Day Use Site

  • Restaurant–Sight

This large area has a shelter and is ideal for family reunions because it can be reserved ahead for a fee of C$50. It has beautiful views...

Athabasca Falls

  • Tour–Sight

At 23 meters (75 feet), these falls are not the highest in the Canadian Rockies, but they are the most powerful. The Athabasca River...

Friends of Jasper National Park

  • Tour–Sight

This group's excellent summer offerings include a junior naturalist program, birding tours, hiking tours, and historical walks. At the...

Jasper Adventure Centre

  • Tour–Sight

Guided tours, birding trips, ice walks, and snowshoeing tours are all available here. Most tours last three hours. The center also books...

Jasper Information Centre

  • Information Center

The 1914 cobblestone-and-timber structure that houses the Jasper Townsite visitor center is a superb example of rustic Canadian architecture...

Jasper SkyTram

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

The tram whisks you 3,191 vertical feet up the steep flank of Whistlers Mountain to an impressive overlook of the townsite and the surrounding...

Lake Annette picnic area

  • Restaurant–Sight

Beside Lake Annette, this picnic area has shelters and tables. It's a favorite with families who come to the lake to swim. ...

Maligne Adventures

  • Tour–Sight

Day treks, overnight backpacking trips, white-water rafting, and heli-hiking excursions are among the offerings here. The Maligne Canyon...

Maligne Canyon

  • Geological Site

The Maligne River cut 50 meters (165 feet) deep through limestone bedrock to create Maligne Canyon. An interpretive trail winds along...

Maligne Lake

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

The remarkably blue, 22-km-long (14-mile-long) Maligne Lake is one of the world's largest glacier-fed lakes. The first outsider known...

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