Hike in Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park has become a gem the World over for its' ability to enhance the human spirit in many ways, and hiking is certainly no exception.
Hikers visiting or living in Jasper delight at this beautifully wild area's ability to make one truly feel alive. Whether experiencing outback thundering falls, majestic wildlife or an eagle's call among the mountain-forest quiet, you'll get your fill of a truly wild and natural hiking experience in Jasper.
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Free Guided Group Hikes|
New to Jasper? Want to meet other hiking enthusiasts or just go on a safe, fun and educational guided hike?
Hike Jasper with new friends sponsored by Friends of Jasper National Park.
Free Group Hikes: Full Moon Hikes and Hiking Clubs - Explore Jasper with the Friends of Jasper National Park. Volunteer hiking guides and groups are there to help you take it all in.
Visit the Friends of Jasper store (located in the Information Centre) to learn more.
Night Hikes in Jasper Interested in trying a night hike in Jasper?
In most cases it is best to be back at the trailhead before sundown unless overnighting it, but night hikes in Jasper do offer another great way to stimulate the senses.
Whether visiting, or a resident hiker in Jasper; probably the best introduction to night hikes would be with a larger group.
The Jasper Friends Information Centre provides information on organized guided hikes that we highly recommend.
Featured Jasper Hike - Pyramid and Athabasca Overlooks Pyramid Lake and Athabasca Overlook hike is a favorite short hike of ours. The view for the work performed is balanced in the view's favour.
Hiking Distance: It is about 1.5 - 2.5km., to the lookouts. About a 6km hiking loop.
Hiking Time: Consider about 2 hours to fully appreciate this hike and view.
Learn more about hiking Jasper's Pyramid Lake & Athabasca Overlook.
The trailhead to Pyramid Overlook can be found by taking Connaught Drive to Cedar Avenue and going west two blocks. The street name changes to Pyramid Avenue. After two blocks it becomes Pyramid Lake Road, which you will follow, going 5.6 km to the parking area at the far end of Pyramid Lake Road.
During Jasper's berry season,
Pyramid Overlook Hikes often
reveal evidence of Bears.
Famous Jasper Hiking Locations
Jasper's Maligne Lake Hikes
You have probably heard of the infamous Spirit Island that has been featured on Canada's currency. Spirit island is on Maligne Lake, which is a very popular outback destination for Jasper visitor's and residents alike.
There are a number of long and short hikes among Maligne lake's beauty that will meet any desire.
Surrounded by picturesque mountains, glaciers, falls and wildlife, the West Side Trails, Bald Hills, Evelyn Pass, Opal Hills, and East Side Trails remain favorites for Hikers wanting to experience Jasper a little further away from the Pack.
Bear Encounters in Jasper
Jasper Hiking Safety
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Those who Love a Nature Workout will find a Hike in Jasper Invigorating.
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