Things To Do in Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park
4.7/5
186 Reviews
National Park
Kimi_jmThe World Heritage Jasper National Park (Jasper National Park) is a very famous national park in western Canada. It is one of the famous alpine national parks and a large national park in the Canadian Rockies. It is located in the north of the Rocky Mountains. Very wild animals and plants grow in it. There are Witch Medicine Lake, Patricia and Pyramid Lake, Marlene Lake and Marlene Canyon in the park. The lakes, mountains and rivers complement each other, showing the supernatural beauty of nature. There are also ancient and large ice fields in the Rocky Mountains, which attract people from all over the world every year. At the same time, it is also one of the world's famous dark night starry sky protection areas, and there is a dark night starry sky festival every ten years. This time I didn’t have enough time to pass by, and I couldn’t experience the Dark Night Starry Sky Festival. Accommodation in Jasper Town is too expensive. I went to live in Xindun. My personal feeling is that Jasper National Park has more wild animals than Banff. When parking lots of people, you know that you must be shooting animals. This time I saw wild wolves, elk, wild sheep, and wild black bears walking on the side of the road. It was so cool.
Columbia Icefield
4.7/5
209 Reviews
Glacier
西溪老翁Columbia Icefield (Columbia Icefield) Columbia Icefield (Columbia Icefield), located at the junction of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, is the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountain system. The ice field lies between the Columbia Mountains at an elevation of 3,747 meters (12,294 feet) in the west and the Athabasca Mountains at an elevation of 3,491 meters (11,452 feet) in the east. There is Jasper National Park in the south and the highway to the Banff National Park in Alberta to the east. There is a visitor center and a large parking lot at the foot of the iceberg. After buying the ticket, take a big bike (a car with huge wheels) up the mountain and get off for half an hour after reaching the ice field. You can only walk in a small area and take pictures. We went up with spiked shoes, otherwise we would not dare to go.
Maligne Lake
4.6/5
85 Reviews
Lake
西溪老翁Maligne Lake The largest natural lake in Jasper National Park is 22 kilometers long, 1 kilometers wide, and 96 meters deep. There are cruise ships and water entertainment projects in the park, and there are many hiking routes around the lake. It is a very enjoyable thing to take a yacht in Lake Maligne. The cruise is traveling in the picturesque lakes and mountains. The lake is surrounded by rolling snow-capped mountains. The lake is calm and open. The water color is blue, green, blue and green, and the sky is white clouds. And snow peaks are set against the deep blue sky. The cruise is on a lake island, Spirit Island. You can visit the island for a short stay. This is a small island out of the water in the center of the lake. It is said to be the most beautiful place in Maling Lake. It was also bad luck. When we visited Maling Lake, it was cloudy and windy. At first, the boat had stopped sailing. Later, it was said that sailing in the afternoon, but the scenery and interest were greatly reduced by taking a cruise in the wind and cloudy days.
Athabasca Falls
4.6/5
63 Reviews
Waterfall
冰雪皇后Athabasca Falls Athabasca Falls is located at the intersection of Highway 93 and Highway 93A, about 30 minutes from the town, and the parking lot is very close to the attraction, so you don't need to walk for a long time. From the information point of view, although it is not the highest waterfall in the Rocky Mountains, the intersection of large and small rivers makes it the most powerful and spectacular waterfall. There is a path around the waterfall, which can be viewed from different angles. The tour time is about 1 hour. Athabasca Falls is located in Jasper National Park in Canada. It is a waterfall formed in the upper reaches of the Athabasca River. It is said to be the most thrilling in the Rocky Mountains Waterfall. The meltwater of the Columbia Ice Sheet merged into the endlessly turbulent Athabasca River. This pure and clear glacier flows from south to north to the Arctic Ocean to the vicinity of Jasper. The wide river gradually shrinks and follows the curve of the dense rocky forest. The gorge flowed all the way, and suddenly fell to a cliff of 20 to 30 meters, forming the galloping Athabasca Falls. Athabasca Falls is not only famous for its 23-meter height and rushing water, but also because the waterfall water carries sand and stones, and the pothole formed by impacting the two shores with great force is amazing. This glacial water scoured these huge rocks year after year and day after day. After thousands of years of "cutting", the riverbed of this huge rock was finally washed out of a 25-meter-deep gorge, highlighting Athabasca. Waterfall is the beauty of the force that moves forward courageously and torrentially. Although Athabasca Falls is not as shocking as Niagara Falls, its water volume is abundant and the scene is extremely spectacular. In summer, you can have picnics here, and the lower reaches of the waterfall is a paradise for many rafting lovers.
Pyramid Lake
4.4/5
47 Reviews
Lake
西溪老翁Pyramid Mountain and Pyramid Lake Pyramid Mountain and Pyramid Lake are very close to the small town of Jasper. Pyramid Mountain has an approximate equilateral triangle shape. The exposed rocks are golden yellow and shining in the sun. Hence the name Pyramid Mountain. The Pyramid Lake is not large, so it is named because it is at the foot of the Pyramid Mountain. The golden pyramid mountain reflected in the emerald Pyramid Lake is truly sharp and angular, making it a famous scene in Jasper National Park. There are many wild animals here.
Ice Explorer
4.9/5
41 Reviews
Glacier
hahayaThe 4,000-dollar Mercedes-Benz tire is the biggest highlight. The glacier itself is not amazing, but the boundary monument of the glacier receding is quite shocking. It is good for awakening people's environmental awareness. Opposite the visitor center, the restaurants are not tasty, but the beautiful scenery can make up for it

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Jasper National Park Weather

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Jan 20, 2021
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Jasper National Park
Jan 20, 2021 Jasper National Park Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:52%, Sunrise/Sunset:08:54/17:13
Jasper National Park Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Not Recommended

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