Jasper Alberta

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Jasper, Alberta Canada – Your Base-camp for Adventure

Jasper Alberta is the known as the gentle giant of the Canadian Rockies, offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation. Jasper Alberta is a popular getaway from urban life, and a special place to connect with nature. With nearly 1000km of trails, alpine slopes to shred, wildlife beyond measure and the largest Dark Sky Preserve on the planet, there are endless ways to enjoy the magic of Jasper National Park.

Hiking, Wildlife, Skiing, Golf and More!


People come here to hike, watch wildlife, gaze at amazing mountain ranges, photograph pristine glacial lakes, ski and snowboard, golf and a handful of other activities and adventures. Spend an afternoon on a boat cruise of Maligne Lake and then peruse the local shops. In the winter, the winter fun continues with ice skating, snowshoeing, Maligne Canyon Ice Walks and Nordic skiing.

Local Favourites


The Mount Robson Inn Owner, family and staff know the best dining in Jasper including the hot spots, best pizza, great sandwich shops and of course, where to dine while on your honeymoon vacation. The following restaurants are recommended by the staff, family and ownership of the Mount Robson Inn – after all who else would know best than a local?

Complimentary continental breakfast is included with your stay at the Mount Robson Inn
Dining Recommendations

Evil Daves
Events and Festivals in Jasper

Events & Festivals

Jasper National Park is well known for their year round festivals and events. The Mount Robson Inn is a Jasper hotel that is active in the community and is pleased to recommend the following events and festivals in the Canadian Rockies.

Jasper Events & Festivals
Welcome to the Rocky Mountains

Getting Here

Getting to the Canadian Rockies is part of the adventure. There are few things more spectacular than venturing through the foothills to see the horizon lined with the majestic Rocky Mountains. Jasper National Park and the town of Jasper are easily accessed from Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Lake Louise, and British Columbia.
Maps & Transportation

Wilderness at your doorstep


Seeing wildlife up close and personal is often the highlight of a visit to the Canadian Rockies. There is something magnificent about seeing a mother bear with her cubs, or a band of bighorn sheep gathered together. Wildlife are often moving about in the early morning and later in the day. Please remember to give wildlife their space – for your protection and their survival.

Viewing Wildlife
Jasper Bighorns

As one of Canada’s oldest and largest national parks, established in 1907, Jasper was once seen as an island of civilization in a vast wilderness. More recently, The Jasper Park Information Centre, located in the middle of the Jasper town site, is a National Historic Site. The building’s river rock walls and log rafters reflect Jasper National Park’s forests and mountains. Since its construction in 1913, this building has been a landmark and focal point of the town of Jasper, helping define the architectural character of the Rocky Mountain community.