Adventures & Attractions

Rockies Heli Tours

Climbing 500 feet per minute gets you above the peaks to take in the vast Rocky Mountain landscapes, glaciers, streams and rivers of Jasper National Park. There are a variety of year-round helicopter tours available to the Cline and Wilson Glaciers, as well as a tour to the Columbia Icefield. Few people experience the Rockies by air and we think it is an experience that you will remember for a lifetime.

Jasper SkyTram

More than a great photo, more than an attraction, this is a learning experience for every guest. The adventure begins at the Lower Station (elev. 1258 metres), where you will board one of our fully enclosed trams and lift off on the flight of a lifetime. During your seven minute flight aboard the Jasper SkyTram, you will be accompanied by one of our fully trained and knowledgeable flight attendants who will point out the many sights and answer your questions. At the top, there is a restaurant, gift shops, and washrooms.

Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives

Thought you knew all there was to know about Jasper? A visit to the Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives is an educational experience in the human history of Jasper and the Yellowhead corridor. The museum is located at 400 Bonhomme Street, Jasper National Park, Alberta Canada.

Miette Hot Springs

Heated by geothermal warmth, the Miette Hot Springs are the hottest known springs in Alberta’s Canadian Rockies. Each minute approximately 800 litres of steaming water pours out of the natural ducts along the creek. The Hot Springs are open from mid May to mid October, closed in the winter. The Miette Hot Springs are located 60 kms east of Jasper town site.

Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course

The Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course is an award-winning Alberta golf course that remains one of the must play courses in Canada. Rich in history, this 18 hole championship course offers elevated tee boxes, dramatic bunkers and holes aligned with Rocky Mountain views.

Horseback Riding

Early outfitters and explorers established many of the trails in the park’s 1200-kilometer network. Seeing the Canadian Rockies on horseback is a beautiful and tranquil way to get into the wilderness. Check out Jasper Park Horseback Riding Stables to book your tour.