Jasper Adventure Centre

Experience the Real Rockies

A year round, one stop convenience centre providing tickets and reservations

Jasper Adventure Centre, logo.

  • whitewater rafting
  • horseback riding
  • Voyageur canoe trips
  • Icewalks on
    the Columbia Icefields
  • Brewster Coach tours
  • guided fishing trips
  • ski and
    snowboard rentals
  • ski tours
  • and more

This page outlines our summer offerings.

Click here for our
winter offerings

Murray Morgan and some of his staff.

During the summer season we book tours throughout
Jasper National Park which are especially designed and operated by ourselves
as well as specialty tours run by others.

We also run a year-round reservation service for Jasper’s hotels, bungalows
and home accommodation/bed and breakfasts.

All our staff are Certified Park Interpretive Guides, accredited in First

We limit the numbers on our tours to provide you with a personalized tour
and to minimize our impact on the environment of Jasper National Park.

Contents of tours may vary due to season, weather and road conditions.
Children half price age 6 to 14, under 6 no charge. Most of the tours require
a minimum of 3 persons to have the tours to run. The

Steel Ride

tour requires minimum of 4. All rates subject to change without notice.

Inquire about:

  • Charter Tours to:—
    Banff and Return the same day

    Maligne Canyon

    Local Points of Interest

  • Group Rates – STEP-ON Guiding Service

Keeping in mind that Jasper National Park is located in the Canadian Rockies, our summer season is “nature” controlled. Access to areas is restricted by opening dates and closures due to weather and various Park restrictions beyond our control.

Our summer season early tours begin in late April and are generally
fully operational by mid June. The closures begin towards the end of
September, but we continue on until the snow flies and we start the
winter programs.

There is always something to do in Jasper.

Jasper Adventure Centre Ltd.

Summer Tours

Please note: all tours available with a minimum of two people booked except where otherwise specified; all taxes included.

Jasper Adventure Centre, a view of Angel Glacier, Mount Edith Cavel.The Angel Glacier

Mount Edith Cavell

Mount Edith Cavell

: 2 PM (allow 3 hours)

: $60/adult, $30.00/child (14 and under) plus 5% GST

An absolute must! With your guide on the Path of the Glacier walk, experience
three kinds of glacier formations, icebergs, snow and ice avalanches, ice caves,
waterfalls, and emerald green of Lake of Forgiveness.

This is an exceptional “soft adventure” interpretive tour to one of Jasper’s Most Scenic Areas. Tour includes transportation. Summer Twilight Tour available.

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Jasper Adventure Centre, Mountain Goats.Mountain Goats

Miette Hot Springs and Watchable Wildlife Tour

Departure: 6:00 pm (allow 4 hours)

Price: $68/person, $34/child (14 and under) plus 5% GST

Numerous points of interest and possible wildlife – including bear, bull elk, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, deer, coyotes, beaver, moose and birds – stretch this 57km (32 mile) drive over 1.5 hours.

Once at Miette, take part in a short walk to the source of the springs (optional), then enjoy a rejuvenating soak in the hottest springs in the Canadian Rockies or dine in the cozy atmosphere of the Miette Resort.

Pool admittance fee included.

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Snowcoach rides at the Columbia Icefields

Snocoach tours at the

Columbia Icefields

Columbia Icefields Tour

: 12:30 PM (allow 5.5 hours)

: $115/adult, Seniors $105, Child
(2-11) $55 plus 5% GST

Experience the Icefield Parkway, the world’s most scenic
highway. We have stops for wildlife, waterfalls, mountain ranges and river
At the Icefield, join Brewster’s Snocoach for a tour on the Athabasca Glacier
and visit the Parks Canada exhibit.

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Via passenger train passing Mt. Robson

Via train passing Mt. Robson.

Ride the Steel Rails

Departures: 12:30 pm, allow 5 hours

Price: Adult $115, Seniors $105, Youth (12-18) $90,

Child (2-11) $55 plus 5% GST

“ALL ABOARD!” Anytime is train time. We have the connections.

Ride the rails over the Yellowhead Pass, the border between Alberta and British Columbia, following the Fraser River, past Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies.

The van tour includes stops for wildlife, points of interest including the Mt. Robson Information Centre. Depending on the time of year, this can be an excellent tour for seeing bear, moose, eagles, salmon, deer, elk and coyotes.

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Spirit Island on Maligne Lake

Spirit Island on Maligne Lake

Maligne Valley / Watchable Wildlife Tour

Departures: 8:30 am or 1:00 pm (times vary with seasons, allow up to 5.5 hours)

Price: Adult $60, child 14 & under $27 plus 5% GST

Including Boat Ride: Adult $95 Child $65 plus 5% GST

Enjoy the beauty of the spectacular Maligne Valley during any season.

A short walk at the Maligne Canyon is followed by a scenic drive up the valley to the “disappearing” Medicine Lake, then on to Maligne Lake, all the time enjoying the enlightening commentary of the guide on the mysteries, facts and folklore of the area.

During the Summer Season, join the boat cruise (optional) before returning to Jasper.

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Jasper from the Jasper Tramway

Jasper to Banff and Return

Departures: 7 am (allow full day)

Price: Adult $325, Child under 15 $125 plus GST

Scenic drive down the Icefield Parkway with scenic stops of interest. See Lake Louise before continuing to Banff. A 2 hour stopover in Banff before returning to Jasper.

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Jasper Adventure Centre, bighorn sheep.

Mountain Sheep

Nature Walks

Birding & Beaver Nature Walk:

Departures: 6:30 pm, departure time varies during the seasons; allow 3 hours.

Operates from early Spring to late Fall (April through November).

Price: Regular Rate $50, plus 5% GST

Magical Mystical Maligne Canyon Walk:

Departure: 9 am, allow 3 hours.

Operates from early Spring to late Fall (April to November).

Price: Regular Rate $50, plus 5% GST

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mountain sheep up high

truly a Peak Experience

Peak Adventure Guided Hikes

8 am (allow full day)

$110.00/Adult $55/child (10-14 years).

Introductory trip is hiking to the summit
of Morro Peak 1,678m (5506 ft).

Alternate Peak Adventure hikes are subject to
different pricing.Trips include Indian Ridge Alpine Adventure and Bald Hills.

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Jasper’s Ultimate Adventure

7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Wed
Sat only

$195/Adult $99/child (10-14 years).

Join us on a full day adventure that will
take you on the Athabasca River and up Morro Peak, over-looking the Athabasca
Valley. This is the ultimate way to experience Jasper National Park.

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Jasper Tramway Guided Hikes

Tues, Thurs and Sun at 10 am

$75/Adult $45/child (14 years

Allows VIP line status with our guide

no waiting to board the tram.

Tour is between 3 and 3.5 hours long.

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Backcountry Adventures

Customized Backpacking Trips
throughout Jasper National
Park. Trips range from two days to two weeks. Led by professional members of
the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides and Mountain Parks Heritage Interpretation

Trips are tailored towards participants interests and desires,
such as fishing, horse/helicopter assistance, team building, wilderness skills
instruction, tent or hut based. Contact

to begin trip planning and obtain prices.

Group discounts available, minimum
of two participants per trip. Available between June 15 and October 15.

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Nature walks. Here's a beaver.

Beavers are often sighted.

Canoe Program

Choose from four canoeing experiences.

Best times for canoe experience are early morning (which will include fresh coffee and baking) or the evening.

Times vary as the summer season hours lengthen and shorten.

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Still more treats


Maligne Lake Trips, Talbot Lake Trips, River Fly Fishing.

Full Day and Half
Days Available.

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Enjoy a wild, wet ride or take the whole family on a scenic float trip.

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Athabasca Glacier Icewalk:

Join a Certified Mountain Guide on the Athabasca Glacier to explore millwells,
crevasses and other features of the ice.

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Airplane Sightseeing Tours:

Get a whole new perspective of the park.

You’ll see Mount Robson and the Columbia
Icefields in a way few others have.

Helicopter Flights: Charter a ‘copter to
take you where you’d like to go,
or join a scheduled tour.

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Guided Walks:

Explore the natural and historical features of the park with Certified Guides.

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Horseback Riding:

See the world from a saddle

river canyons to mountaintop lookouts.

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Experience our rivers in either a guided two-person canoe or the historical Voyageur Canoe.

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Jasper Adventure Centre

tel: 1-800-565-7547

local 852-5595

fax: 780-852-5595

Click here for our winter offerings.

We have our own full website for your perusal too.

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