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Surrounded by stunning glacier-fed lakes and rivers in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Jasper is one of Alberta's best-kept secrets. The townsite of Jasper, Alberta acts as the commercial centre of Jasper National Park. One of only 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Canada and the largest protected area in the Rocky Mountains, the park has to be seen to be believed. It's staggering canyons and waterfalls, jaw-dropping glaciers, and crystal-clear lakes are surrounded on all sides by the towering Rocky Mountains and lush evergreen forest.

Smaller and more remote than its trendy neighbour, Banff, Jasper maintains a laid-back character and rustic charm. It's not as accessible as Banff, but the three hour drive between Jasper and Banff through the Icefields Parkway is one of the most beautiful scenic drives in Canada! If you want to explore the Rocky Mountains without battling a crowd of tourists, Jasper should be the top destination on your list.

Tourism in Jasper, Alberta

Your first stop should be at the Jasper Park Information Centre and Historic Site, where you'll find information about current events, tour companies, and local attractions.

To learn about the town's history, be sure to stop by the Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives, where you'll find exhibits on the fur trade, early exploration of the park, and the railway. Then, take the Jasper SkyTram up Whistlers Mountain for an amazing view of the townsite and surrounding mountain range. You won't regret it! A short 1.2 mile hike from the SkyTram's drop-off point will take you to the mountain's summit, where you can have a stunning panoramic view, followed by a world-class meal at the Summit Restaurant.

Despite its small size, Jasper is home to a surprising number of boutiques, cafes, museums, and restaurants serving up local favourites like bison, moose, and elk. Of course, the real attraction in Jasper National Park lies in its landscape. Rejuvenating natural hot springs, ice caves, waterfalls, ski hills, and rushing rapids are just some of the park's unique features - so what are you waiting for?

Where are hotels located in Jasper?

Most of Jasper's hotels are located in the townsite just off of Highway 16A. Jasper's compact size makes it easy to walk from your hotel to the rest of the town's attractions, but you'll need to rent a car to explore the rest of the park. There are also three resorts located a bit deeper in the park: Patricia Lake Bungalows Resort, Pyramid Lake Resort, and Alpine Village Cabin Resort.

How much do hotels in Jasper cost?

The average hotel in Jasper costs around $100 per night. Options like Maligne Lodge and Astoria Hotel can go for as low as $70 per night, while others like the Bear Hill Lodge or Best Western Jasper can cost up to $200 per night during peak season.

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Jasper?

Yes! The Park Place Inn is a boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown Jasper. There are 14 rooms to choose from, some of which include luxurious whirlpool tubs or fireplaces. Free wi-fi is available, as well as underground parking.

Are there any luxury hotels in Jasper?

The Jasper Park Lodge is Jasper's premier high-end resort. Located on the edge of Beauvert Lake, the lodge offers rooms with garden or lake views, rustic cabins, and amenities like an outdoor pool and golf course. There is an on-site spa as well as a delicious Italian bistro.

Which Jasper hotels are suitable for families?

The Tonquin Inn and Best Western are both great options for families. Both feature free wi-fi, a pool for the kids, hot tub areas, and suites with kitchenettes.