Jasper, in the heart of Jasper National Park,the largest and most northerly of Canada’s Rocky Mountain national parks, is a world-renowned vacation destination offering an endless array of attractions and activities.
With unspoiled wilderness of unparalleled beauty and towering snow-capped mountain peaks, Jasper National Park provides a canvass painted with evergreen forests, pristine glacier-fed lakes and waterfalls.
From horseback riding and helicopter tours to more adventurous dog sledding and white water rafting on the Athabasca River, Jasper offer an incredible rugged landscape with experiences to suit all types of people. If you're looking for fun things to do in Jasper, then look no further.
Take adventure up a notch! Combine a helicopter tour with an hour long guided snowshoe experience in the back country. This heli snowshoe adventure in the Rockies is truly a unique and fun way to enjoy winter in the Canadian Rockies.
From high in the sky to high in the saddle, experience the splendor of the Rocky Mountains from 2 adventurous perspectives. Soar over the spectacular mountains by helicopter followed by a horseback ride through remote and unspoiled mountain wilderness.
Discover the wilderness and adventure of the Rocky Mountains with a Backcountry Heli-Hiking experience. For those who are looking for an adventurous experience, this heli-hiking exploration in the Columbia Icefields is like nothing you have ever experienced.
Explore the world's largest astronomy park with experts from The Jasper Planetarium in a world-exclusive dome theatre experience. Look through the largest telescope in the Rockies with knowledgeable astronomy experts. You’ll be immersed in the sky culture of the Jasper Rockies and enjoy special touches such as astrophotography tips, a roaring outdoor fire, and complimentary refreshments.
Enjoy an easy rafting and scenic float trip down the Athabasca River, a designated Canadian Heritage River. Experience Jasper National Park from a unique perspective on a 16-kilometre, 2.5-hour rafting trip that passes through many small sets of rapids and calm stretches. A truly Canadian outdoor experience.