Jasper is part of the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountains Parks World Heritage Site. It is the largest of the northern Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks and was established in 1907. Our cabins are convenient located within a 30 minutes drive to Jasper National Park or one hour to Jasper downtown, if you like to do some souvernier shopping. You always have a great chance to explore some wildlife on this scenic and easy to drive route. It is a beautiful relaxing drive and nice for a daytrip. After a day of exploring the area you can enjoy to come back to your secluded cabin without all the hustle of the busy town.
is on your way to Maligne Lake. Sheer limestone walls plunge to depths of over 50 metres ( 165 feet). During the summer a trail winds its way from the parking area across six bridges. Maligne River thunders through the canyon with its mossy depths. In the wintertime you can take a guided tour through the frozen canyon. Winter turns the cascades of Angel falls and Queen falls into delicate ice sculptures.
is a place of mystery and Indian legends. In the fall it is drained by one of the largest underground river systems of North America.In the winter the water disappears. The Indians called it Medicine Lake of course when the water first flows back into the lake it looked to them like medicine.
Jasper Miette Hot Springs
invites you from May till the fall to rejuvenate in a spectacular mountain setting. The water flows down from the mountain at 53 Celsius (129 Fahrenheit).It is then cooled down to a comfortable 40 degree Celsius (102 Fahrenheit). The facility includes a couple of hot pools plus a cool pool with a poolside café.
The Jasper Tramway
is the longest and highest aerial tramway into Jasper National Park’s alpine tundra. It will take you up Whistler’s Mountain to an elevation of 2285 meters ( 7496 fee). It takes around 10 minutes with the tramway to reach the top.Hiking trails lead you to the summit of the mountain.Overlook glacial-fed lakes, six mountain ranges, rivers and the townsite of Jasper.On a clear day you can see our awe-inspiring Mount Robson, the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies. This magnificent mountain is just 10 minutes away from you cozy log cabin.
The Columbia Icefields
can be enjoyed by those of you traveling via highway 93 to us. It is among the largest non-polar accumulations of ice in North America. This huge icefield spawns eight major glaciers: rivers of ice that grind rock into powder and change the landscape as they move. Brewster’s Snow Coach tour onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier make it easy for you to experience the beauty of this astonishing environment. You can learn about the glacier’s environment, the wildlife and the human history on this tour. At the turn-around , below the glacier headwall , you will have the option to step out onto ice formed snow that fell some 400 years ago.