Take in all the sights and activities in our list of Jasper activities below!
Jasper Fitness and Aquatic CentreThe Jasper Fitness and Aquatic Centre boasts a modern, up-to-date fitness facility with plenty of windows, lots of natural light and an open concept floorplan. The facility features 5,000 square feet dedicated to fitness, a separate stretching area and extended hours of operation. Our indoor climbing wall is beginner friendly, but also offers routes and angles sure to challenge even the most experienced climbers. Our pool also offers something for everyone: a giant waterslide, diving board, suspended jungle gym, wade pool, hot tub, steam room and swimming lanes. Visit our website or look us up on Facebook for current rates and schedules.
Jasper Municipal LibraryWelcome to the Jasper Municipal Library located at 500 Robson Street in the Library and Cultural Centre. We are open Tuesday 10am to 5pm, Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 8pm, Friday & Saturday 10am to 5pm. Closed Sunday, Monday and statutory holidays. The library is open to the public and offers free WiFi, public computers, sunny children’s area, a local interest collection, programs and more. Printing is available for a fee. Follow Jasper Municipal Library on Facebook and Instagram or check out our website https://jasperlibrary.ab.ca. Need more information? Call us at 780-852-3652. We look forward to seeing you.
Jasper Raft ToursJoin the fun and experience 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 2 centuries ago. The specially designed, 7 meter / 25 foot long, oar powered rafts, offer a safe and comfortable ride through several small, easy sets of rapids and calm stretches that any first time rafter will enjoy. Don’t worry the guides do all the rowing; you sit back and enjoy while exploring all the spectacular scenery. There is always a chance of seeing various wildlife including elk, deer, moose, coyotes, wolves, eagles, ospreys, mountain sheep and bears. Tours will operate rain or shine, and a poncho will be provided when required. This trip is designed for the whole family, toddlers to seniors aged from 2 up to 99 years.
Jasper Riding StablesJust a few minutes from downtown, Jasper Riding Stables offers 1, 2 and 3-hour horseback trail rides in two locations from 9 am – 5 pm daily during the months of May - October. The Pyramid Lake Road location is 5 km from Jasper - capture the beauty of the mountain ranges from Pyramid Bench, Cottonwood Creek and Patricia Lake. At the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge you will ride in the valley along the Athabasca River accessing stunning vistas from the back of your trusted four-legged companion. Share in an unforgettable Alberta experience by visiting the Jasper Riding Stables.
Jasper SkyTramGet the best view of Jasper National Park from the alpine zone with a flight aboard the Jasper SkyTram, the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada. Climb the mountain in your enclosed cabin for a 7.5 minute ride to the upper station, at 2,263 metres above sea level, as you watch for wildlife below. Take a stroll along the accessible, interpretative boardwalk at the upper station and try hiking 1.4 km to the top of Whistlers Mountain at 2,463 metres for a view of six mountain ranges. This sky-high adventure is the perfect experience for guests of all ages. Enjoy a light meal at the Summit Cafe before your ride down to the lower station. The best time of day to get the perfect picture is in the morning or evening, so make sure to reserve your flight time online. Jasper SkyTram operates from late March to the end of October each season. The departure point is located at the end of Whistlers Road, only 7 km southwest of Jasper off the Icefields Parkway.
Jasper-Yellowhead MuseumJasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives: Jasper’s history from 10,000 years ago; artifacts such as Curly Phillips’ Canoe, the Legendary Silver Ice Axe from Mt. Alberta, Original Musket Balls by Canada’s greatest Map Maker David Thompson and Métis Beadwork by early Jasper resident Suzette Swift.Are you looking for that local and unique gift or that great historical book about Jasper? Come visit our gift shop! Watch our website for more exciting, ever-changing temporary exhibitions and programming.
Jasper’s Whitewater Rafting Co.Jasper's Whitewater Rafting offers tours for everyone, from the hesitant first timers to the more daring water enthusiasts. Let the natural beauty of the Athabasca and Sunwapta Rivers create lasting memories while you play in the company of our experienced guides. Not only does rafting enable you to view the magnificent scenery of the Park from a whole new perspective, it is also a great venue for family occasions, parties, and celebrations. Transportation and river gear provided. FUN FOR EVERY GENERATION! Let our family take care of your family. Locally owned and operated since 1971.
National Car RentalConveniently located inside the Jasper Heritage Railway Station, in Downtown Jasper. We are proud to be locally owned, and operating in the Rocky Mountains. We provide a vast selection of brand new clean vehicles suitable for any road trip. Our staff is always happy to provide you with maps, and directions to get you on your way. Rent, buy or share the vehicle you need at the one place to go for every place life takes you. Open every day ALL YEAR ROUND with free local pickup for our customers. Please phone us for availability at 780-852-1117
Ski Marmot BasinSki Marmot Basin offers 696 hectares (1,720 acres) of diverse, skiable terrain on five mountain faces for all ability levels from mid-November to early May. The variety of terrain with 91 named runs makes this an ideal area for all skiers who can enjoy alpine bowls, moguls, treed glades and cruising on groomed runs using one of seven modern lifts. Nature delivers over 440 centimeters of dry, Rocky Mountain snow annually to Marmot Basin, which boasts the highest base elevation of any major ski area in Canada. Amenities at the area include three, day chalets with restaurants, ski/snowboard rentals, Snow School lessons, the Outer Limits retail shop and Little Rascals Nursery. The ski area is located 20 km south of the town of Jasper. Make us your destination this winter to create wonderful memories by skiing and snowboarding the slopes of Ski Marmot Basin in the Canadian Rockies.