Athabasca Falls is a sightseeing destination located south of Jasper, Alberta in the Jasper National Park. The highlight of the Athabasca Falls is the viewpoint over looking the 23 metre waterfall.
Lake Annette & Lake Edith are year round activity and adventure destinations in Jasper National Park popular for walking, biking, swimming, sightseeing, canoeing, picnicking and cross country skiing.
Maligne Lake is a very popular recreation, activity and sightseeing destination located near Jasper, Alberta, Canada. In the region there is a good selection of short and long hiking trails, a day use picnic area, sightseeing tours and viewpoints.
Maligne Canyon is a deep river gorge hiking trail surrounded by eroded limestone cliffs measuring over 50 metres high. The highlight of the canyon attraction is the tumbling waterfall and the surrounding limestone jagged cliffs.
Medicine Lake measures up to 7 kilometres long on a good day and... during the winter months the lake is drained by an underground river system leaving behind in its wake a series of small pools of water and massive mud flats.
Mount Edith Trail is a challenging 6.1 kilometre one-way hiking trail leading to views of mountain peaks, a wildflower meadow and an alpine glacier. The hiking trail is popular for activities like hiking, wildlife sightings and rock climbing.
Patricia Lake is an activity, recreation and historic destination near the community of Jasper popular for hiking, picnicking, biking, fishing, boating, horseback riding, scuba diving, cross country skiing and more
Punch Bowl Falls is a short forested hiking trail leading to some viewpoints with views looking out over a mountain creek falling over some crags and cliffs, eventually dropping into a series of small pools.
Pyramid Lake is an activity, destination near Jasper popular for hiking, picnicking, biking, fishing, boating, cross country skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, birdwatching and more.
South & North Boundary Trails are year round recreation trails exploring both the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. The trail is divided into two distinct sections popular for backpacking, horseback riding and wilderness camping.