Jasper National Park is situated 30 min. from our cabins rentals accom­mod­a­tions on a plateau in the Athabasca Valley, within the Canadian Rocky Mountains, west of Edmonton, north­w­est of Calgary and north­east of Vancouver, BC.

Jasper is the largest of the north­ern Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks, and is part of a spectac­u­lar World Heritage Site. Comprised of delic­ate and carefully protec­ted ecosys­tems. Jasper’s scenery is non-the-less rugged and mountain­ous. Established in 1907 on the eastern slopes of the Rockies. Jasper is part of the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.

At over 10800 sq. km (4200 sq. miles), the park is an example of a protec­ted mountain ecosys­tem that allows for visit­ors to enjoy solitude, wildlife, outdoor recre­ation and a wide range of learn­ing oppor­tun­it­ies. Within the bound­ar­ies of Jasper National Park you will find five National Historic sites. The Jasper Information Center, Athabasca Pass (Viewpoint about 25 km south of the Icefields Parkway), Yellowhead Pass, Jasper House (the remains of an 1829 fur trade post), and Henry House (site of an 1811 North West Company post).

Shimmering glaciers, abund­ant wildlife, crystal clear lakes, thunder­ing water­falls, deep canyons and evergreen forests surroun­ded by tower­ing rugged mountain peaks-are what your eyes have been waiting to see. Jasper is an inter­na­tion­ally recog­nized four-season destin­a­tion with so much to see and do to suit every­one’s taste. Whatever spectac­u­lar time of year you choose to visit-just be sure you plan to stay awhile in our cabins. You’ll want to have enough time to enjoy Jasper’s many excep­tional offer­ings, such as the Hot Springs, cross country skiing, down hill skiing, wildlife viewing, marmot basin, boating at Maligne Lake, Maligne Canyon ice walk and many more.