31 Epic Things to Do in Jasper National Park, Canada

Needless to say, there’s plenty of room to roam. And oodles of beautiful sights, natural attractions and things to see in Jasper National Park!

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie looking to fight the rapids or scale a frozen waterfall, Jasper National Park has exactly what you’re looking for!

Hike Maligne Canyon

A truly spectacular gorge, it’s the deepest canyon in the park, plunging to depths of 160 feet  (48 meters) and more.


Glacier-fed, the blue lake gets its brilliant color from glacial melt water, which carries with it very fine glacial silt or rock flour.

Paddle a canoe on Maligne Lake


Photograph the elk!

You often spot them in fields along the highways (Highway 16 and Highway 93), as well as in and around the Jasper townsite.


See Medicine Lake

Nestled in the Maligne Valley, Medicine Lake isn’t really a lake but a catchwater basin for overflow glacial water from the Maligne River.


Hike the Old Fort Point Trail

For a short easy hike, this is one of the best hiking trails in Jasper. And it’s a hike you can comfortably do with young children.


Swim in Lake Edith And Lake Annette

The more popular lake is Lake Annette; it has a long curve of sandy beach with a large grassy area and picnic tables.


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