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Jasper National Park

Spanning over 11,000 square kilometres, Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. Known for its vast wilderness, majestic peaks, abundant wildlife and outstanding natural beauty, visitors from all over Canada and round the world travel here to experience this very special place.


Accessible trails, campgrounds, facilities and experiences, parking, day-use areas.

Avalanche information

Avalanche bulletin, warnings, terrain ratings, forecasting and more. 

Camping and overnight accommodations

Campgrounds, Parks Canada and commercial accommodations.

Trail condition report

What to know before you hike or backpack: conditions, warnings and closures, and more.

Road updates

What to know before travel: up-to-date road information and seasonal road access.

Brochures and publications

Area and campgrounds maps, travel guides, summer and winter guides, and safety publications.

Summer crowds

Here are some tips and tricks for visiting the most popular places in the park.


Visitor fees, camping, fishing, and more. Free admission for youth.

Hours of operation

Open year-round, information centre and desk hours of operation.

Facilities and services

Weddings, meetings, group campground, and event rentals.


Seasonal and local weather, webcams, and trends.

National Park Regulations

Rules and laws designed for the protection of the National Park, and preservation and maintenance of public peace.

Safety and guidelines

Safety is everyone's responsibility. Be informed and prepared on wildlife safety, mountain safety, and more.


Make a reservation for campsites, accommodations and facilities.

Fire information and updates

Information on managing fire in Jasper National Park.

How to get here


PO Box 10
Jasper, AB  T0E 1E0




How to get here

Jasper National Park is situated in Alberta, 370 km (192 mi) west of Edmonton, 404 km (256 mi) northwest of Calgary and 805 km (500 mi) northeast of Vancouver. Stretching 232 km between Lake Louise and the town of Jasper, the Icefields Parkway (93 North) travels through the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

For the most up-to-date road information:

Facilities and services

Electric car charging station Charging station
Bus parking Bus parking
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
Gift Shop Gift shop
Information Information
Lookout Lookout
Parking Parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Picnic Shelter Picnic shelter
Playground Playground
Coffee shop Restaurant or café
Restrooms Restrooms
WiFi Wi-Fi


Winter in Jasper

From snow-covered mountain peaks to lightly dusted forests, Jasper is a winter wonderland adventure.

Icefields Parkway in winter

Incredible snow peaked mountains, ancient glaciers, ice covered lakes and winter wildlife. Snow tires are mandatory on the Icefields Parkway from November 1 to April 1.


Wildlife spotting is one of the thrills of visiting Jasper. Observe from a distance with binoculars or a telephoto lens.

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