Top attractions in Jasper
There is a lot of beautiful scenery near the town of Jasper in the province of Alberta, Canada. Visitors who are staying in Jasper can take tours of the area's natural attractions.
Travelers can take a two and half hour train ride through the western part of the Canadian Rockies. This trip takes passengers along the Fraser River. Stops are made at Rearguard Falls and Mount Robson. Mount Robson is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies.
A river rafting trip on the Athabasca River will give travelers a chance to see Jasper National Park. Tour operators row the raft. Scenery that can be seen from the river includes mountains, waterfalls and forests. Some wildlife can be seen along the river.
A Wildlife Safari tour will take travelers on a trip to Miette Hot Springs. Visitors can relax in the warm water of the springs. Guides will provide information about the wildlife that can be seen in the region. Some of the animals visible in this area are mountain sheep, elks and moose. Bears and beavers are sometimes seen.
Visitors will see glaciers on a hiking trip to Mount Edith Cavell. Other things to see on this trip include waterfalls and the Lake of Forgiveness.
What people are saying about Jasper
Great tour to do on your own or with others. Interesting guide and all the necessities are included such as transport, helmets, warm boots ( if you need them) and ice cleats. Wonderful way to explore Jasper trails in the winter.
Trip was well worth it. The guide had a great deal of useful infornation and together we all spotted a number of animals we had not previously encountered while hiking.
My first time whitewater rafting, and it was amazing!! From the guides to the view and experience, it was great and would recommend this to anyone and everyone.
Our diver and tour guide was a very capable and well informed young woman. She was passionate about the landscape and wildlife and did her best to show us as much as she could. She was friendly and approachable. She answered our questions fully and intelligently and offered insight into complex issues. Excellent
This was a great tour. Ryan, our tour guide, was great, and he knew a great deal about the flora & fauna of the Canadian Rockies. We saw wapiti (elk), timber wolves, coyotes, osprey, a bald eagle... the only thing we didn’t see was a bear, but Ryan did his best to find one. Ryan was amazed that we saw the wolves, and said that this was the first time this year that he’d seen them himself. This was a truly nice way to see the area without needing to drive. We had ample opportunities to get off the bus for photos. We would recommend this tour for families and people of all ages.