Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada is one of those places which can be termed 'Heaven on Earth'. It is established in 1907 and is the largest Rocky Mountain National Park in Canada covering 10000 plus square kilometers and definitely one of the largest in the World. So, where is Jasper National Park Actually? It is located in the province of Alberta, north of Banff National Park and west of the City of Edmonton.
Within Jasper National Park lies an amazing collection of lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, glaciers, and massive mountains. Visitors to the park can enjoy a vast array of activities, including skiing at Marmot Basin, hiking and mountain biking on extensive trails, fishing, swimming, kayaking, whitewater rafting and boating on many of the lakes and rivers, plus camping in numerous areas.
Over 300 kilometres of trails make Jasper one of the largest cross-country skiing in Canada. Right from your doorstep, groomed trails take you through scores of beautiful valleys, past stunning lakes and mountain scenery. Whether you enjoy short loops with gentle slopes and spectacular sights, or longer, more challenging routes, Jasper National Park is full of breath-taking cross-country adventures. Such amazing viewing makes Jasper one of the best Ski Holiday destinations.
Below are some scenic beauties of Jasper in Alberta which are a must visit place.
Athabasca Roadside Glacier - Glacier National Park
Image Credit - Lionel Arnould
Marmot Basin Ski Lodge
Wildlifes in Jasper National Park
Big Horn Sheep
Wooly Mountain Climber