Hiking in Jasper National Park.

Trail Conditions in Jasper National Park

Trail Conditions in Jasper National Park

Updated: Sept. 22nd, 2017 July 4, 2017: Opal Hills - Grizzly bears frequenting the area.
June 29, 2017: Cavell Meadows Trail - Aggressive bear in the area.
May 15 to June 30, 2017: Area Closed - Prohibited Access to Section of Trail 7 due to Elk Calving.
March 17, 2017: Area Closed around trail 7a: To allow undisturbed movement and hunting by wolves in this critical winter wildlife corridor.
May 15th to June 30th, 2017: Elk calving season: Please avoid lone female elk; they separate from the herd for calving and may have calves nearby.

The Skyline Trail       Snowfall warning.

The Bald Hills       Wet and muddy

Opal Hills       Some areas Closed - Bear Activity.

Overlander Trail       Wet and muddy

Old Fort Point       Wet and muddy

Jasper Discovery Trail       Wet and muddy

Bighorn Alley       Wet and muddy

Red Squirrel Trail       Wet and muddy

Wapiti Trail       Wet and muddy

Lac Beauvert       Wet and muddy

Lake Annette       Wet and muddy

Lake Edith       Wet and muddy

Beauty Creek to Stanley Falls       Wet and muddy

Disaster Point       Poor Hiking.

Hiking at Edith Cavell Meadows       Wet and muddy

Maligne Canyon       Poor Hiking.

Pyramid & Athabasca Overlook       Poor Hiking.

Snake Indian Falls       Water levels are high.

Valley of the Five Lakes       Wet and muddy

Whistlers Mountain       Wet and muddy

Palisade Lookout       - Area Closed

Devona Lookout/Celestine Lake       Wet and muddy

Wabasso Lake to Skyline Trail       Wet and muddy

Cottonwood Creek       Wet and muddy

Hiking to Jasper House    -

Verdant Creek and Pass       -

Vine Creek       -

Saturday Night Lake Loop       Wet and muddy

Virl, Dorthy and Christine Lakes Hike       Wet and muddy

Jasper's Horseshoe Lake       Wet and muddy

Geraldine Lakes       Poor Hiking.

Sulpher Skyline       Wet and muddy