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Jasper Holidays

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Book any of our Jasper holidays and soon be off to visit this intimate community that originated as a railway town; Jasper may be small, but this mountain hamlet has the ability to astound from the moment you arrive.

Holidays to Jasper are unique for one incredible reason – it is situated in the heart of Jasper National Park, the largest of its kind in the Rocky Mountains. Teeming with striking glaciers, lush forestry, piercing blue lakes and thundering waterfalls, it is no wonder this park is one of Canada’s 15 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will be dazzled by the scenery that surrounds you at every turn, as a holiday here will really open your eyes to the tremendous power of Mother Nature. Wildlife is often seen sauntering along the edges of the town, so keep your eyes peeled as you explore the streets.

Unsurprisingly, Jasper is a must-visit destination for outdoor adventurers. Traverse the vast landscapes on horseback, breathing in the fresh mountain air and taking in the sights and sounds of your surroundings. The rock-climbing opportunities in Jasper are renowned around the world. Whitewater rafting along one of Jasper’s many rivers and ravines is also popular due to the challenging nature of the navigation.  Canoeing, fishing and golfing are also on offer in the warmer months – travellers of all ages will be able to find activities to enjoy.

If you are visiting in the colder weather, fear not – Jasper is fully equipped for a plethora of winter sports that will provide one unforgettable memory after another.  From ice-climbing up frozen canyons to skiing across powdered mountains, you will never be short of things to do in Jasper no matter when you visit. If you are looking for a sightseeing tour with a difference, strap yourself and go dog sledding for the thrill of a lifetime.

Are you ready to fall in love with everything Jasper has to offer? Plan your trip with Canada Specialists and enjoy your own personal advisor, plus our low deposits and flexible holiday payment plans. We will be delighted to tailor-make an itinerary that suits your exact requirements. So what are you waiting for? Call us today and book your holiday to Jasper now.

5 Places To Visit

Jasper National Park - Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies comprises a vast wilderness area of Alberta province defined by glaciers, lakes and peaks like 11,033-ft.-high Mt. Edith Cavell.
Maligne Canyon - Maligne Canyon is a natural feature located in the Jasper National Park near Jasper, Alberta, Canada. Eroded out of the Palliser Formation, the canyon measures over 50 metres deep
Jasper Skytram - The Jasper Skytram is the highest and longest aerial tramway located in Canada. It was built in 1964 and goes to a height of 2,277 metres above sea level. It is 6 kilometres from Jasper, Alberta, and crests The Whistlers Mountain.
Athabasca Falls - Athabasca Falls is a waterfall in Jasper National Park on the upper Athabasca River, approximately 30 kilometres south of the townsite of Jasper, Alberta, Canada, and just west of the Icefields Parkway.
Maligne Lake - Maligne Lake is a lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. It is famed for the colour of its water, the surrounding peaks, the three glaciers visible from the lake and Spirit Island, a frequently photographed islet

Location

Highlights

Jasper Tramway Shuttle & Ride

Your Tramway Package includes round-trip transportation to “Jasper’s Peak Attraction” and your Tramway ticket. This is the longest and highest aerial tramway in the Rockies. The ride up to the top of Whistlers Mountain is breathtaking. Your Tramway Guide will provide a fully narrated tour during the seven-minute ride to the top. Once at the upper terminal you can enjoy a meal in the Treeline Restaurant or take part in a complimentary interpretive hike with Mountain Guide.

Wildlife Discovery Tour

Departing from all Jasper Hotels. If you want to see wildlife when visiting the Rockies your best opportunity is in Jasper! The area the town occupies is the largest inhabitable valley in the Canadian Rockies, which means more food for “All Creatures Great and Small” Put on your safari hat as you set out into the Park with your own Wildlife Interpreter in search of Bear, Elk, Sheep, Goats, Coyote, Wolves, Moose and many of Mother Nature’s other mountain creatures. This three hour tour is the perfect chance to enjoy spectacular scenery and learn more about Jasper’s original inhabitants. Don’t forget your camera!

Jasper Rafting

Departing from local hotels and the Totem Pole at the Jasper Train Station (directly across from the Historical Parks Canada Information Centre) Street address: 607 Connaught Drive, Jasper. Enjoy a gentle rafting tour on the Athabasca River for a unique perspective of Jasper National Park. The 16 kilometre, 2½ hour round trip passes through many small sets of rapids and calm stretches, which allows your National Park Licensed guide to point out the natural and human history of Jasper. Specially designed rafts offer a safe, comfortable ride that any first time rafter will enjoy. This trip is for everyone from toddlers to seniors.

When to Visit..
  • May
  • Jun
  • July
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Currency Canadian Dollar ($)
  • Travel Time 12 hours
  • Language English
  • Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.