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Explore Jasper National Park from your mountain vacation home
Located in Alberta, Canada, Jasper National Park is a dream destination for mountain lovers, offering lots of activities at any time of the year. Bring the whole family and cozy up in your own mountain lodge vacation home.
Enjoy Jasper National Park with your family
Bring the whole family with you on your Jasper National Park vacation! The area offers plenty of entertainment for children of all ages.
Marmot Meadows Winter Hub is a great destination for your kids. Bring your cross-country skis and snowshoes and hit the trails, or sit around the campfire and take advantage of the children's activity program.
Jasper National Park and beyond
Jasper National Park is the largest of Canada's Rocky Mountain national parks, offering hundreds of miles of hiking trails, crystal-clear lakes, and outdoor activities.
Take a day hike along Red Squirrel Trail. Running alongside the Athabasca River, the route provides visitors with plenty of iconic red chairs along the way to relax on and take in the mountain views.
In the winter, Jasper National Park is famous for snowshoeing. Visit on your own or head out with one of the many guided tour companies. After a day outside in the fresh snow, cozy up at your Jasper National Park accommodation with a hot cup of cocoa.
Highlights of Jasper's calendar
Although Jasper National Park is enjoyable year-round, there are some specific highlights in its event calendar that are not to be missed. When staying at Jasper National Park vacation home, make sure to check out some of the area's great festivals.
Celebrating the Dark Sky Preserve designation it received in 2011, Jasper hosts the Dark Sky Festival, which features speakers and special activities to promote space science.
If you find yourself in Jasper in July, you're in for a treat. Celebrate Canada Day on July 1st with a pancake breakfast and an amazing fireworks display in the mountain town.
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