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Winter Tours

Jasper Train Tour (Dunster Station)-Take time to go beyond Jasper National Park and soak up the views of the Canadian Rockies on this unique combination of sightseeing tours by both train and luxury mini-bus.  First, Via Rail’s Skeena train will transport you along the banks of the Fraser River into Beautiful British Columbia’s Robson Valley. Upon arrival at the Dunster B.C. train station (approximately 3 hours on board the train), you will be greeted by your guide and vehicle for the return portion of your journey to Jasper. Travelling the Yellowhead highway back to Jasper involves multiple stops such as Rearguard Falls,...
Jasper-Calgary ConnectorA convenient daily Winter shuttle service available between Jasper, Lake Louise, Banff and Calgary.  Available from October 20th 2016 to April 30th 2017. Schedule changes to Brewster bus service on May 1st 2017.Departures Southbound from Jasper, Lake Louise, Banff to Calgary International AirportJasper07:00 a.mLake Louise 10:45 a.m.Banff *12:00 p.m.Arrive Calgary Airport1:50 p.m.*Banff to Calgary segment operated by Brewster Transportation from Brewster Bus Depot at 12:00 p.m.Departures Northbound from Calgary International Airport, Banff, Lake Louise to JasperCalgary Airport**        11:30 a.m.Banff1:30 p.m.Lake Louise2:45 p.m.Arrive Jasper5:30...
Our local transportation service provider has created a safe, reliable and comfortable daily shuttle service between Edmonton, Edson, Hinton and Jasper . With pick-ups and drop-offs availalbe at the Edmonton International Airport and the West Edmonton Mall, your airport shuttle and shopping needs are covered!Convenient daily departures provide you with the opportunity to travel to and from West Edmonton Mall or the Edmonton International Airport without changing buses and with limited stops. Half-day city trips are available to those passengers who book a same day return.  You will have approximately 4 1/2 hours to enjoy the...
 The Maligne Canyon Icewalk is a must-do activity while visiting Jasper!   Imagine walking on a frozen river bed at the bottom of the deepest accessible canyon in Jasper National Park.  You will witness towering frozen waterfalls, ice caves, and incredible ice formations.  Your Icewalk tour guide will amaze you with information about Jasper's Maligne Valley, the Karst topography of the area and the mystery of “disappearing” Medicine Lake.  This winter adventure is sure to impress! The Maligne Canyon Icewalk Tour is a great option for anyone who does not...
Winter Wildlife Discovery TourYou've come the Canadian Rockies and you want to see some wildlife!  Well, join our daily Winter Wildlife Discovery Tour!  Knowledgeable local guides have been trained to seek out all of the park’s most iconic creatures. Big or small, there's always a good chance to see wildlife in Jasper! Elk, deer, sheep, goats, coyotes, wolves, and moose are just a sample of Jasper’s wild mountain fauna. Learn about the ways the indigenous animals contribute to the rich diversity of the National Park and how they survive the mountain winters.  Your Wildlife guide is well versed in the history, geology, and...
Ever dreamed of driving a dogsled team through a pristine Rocky mountain valley blanketed in snow....  With multiple dogsled adventures available, do not wait to experience this once in a lifetime adventure! Our dogsledding adventures are located 90 minutes west of Jasper in beautiful Valemount, British Columbia.   Travel time to the Dogsled staging area is approximately 90 minutes from Jasper. Transportation is provide on the "Moonshiners of Whiskey Creek' dogsled adventure only.  If you are participating on the self-drive "60 Minute Musher" program, please be prepared for winter mountain driving conditions and a time change to Pacific Standard Time (one hour behind Jasper).  In...
Jasper Planetarium Evening Shows-Fridays/SaturdaysEnter Jasper's state-of-the-art 30 seat inflatable dome theatre and tour the world’s largest accessible dark sky preserve with a live guide under "The Dome"!  Weather is not a factor as you join a resident astronomer for an interactive presentation focusing on the night sky from Jasper specific locations.   You'll witness incredible footage of  the heavens from local lakes, mountaintops, and glaciers.  Discover the planets, moons, stars, galaxies and learn the names the local aboriginal First Nations used for the constellations above Jasper.Show Times