40 min E of Jasper townsite, N side of Hwy 16, Jasper“Fly like a super hero.” Engineered zipline run by a certified hang glide instructor. 366-m/1200-ft cables adjust for mellow to
Hinton(24 km/15 mi) Shallow, clear waters popular for pike fishing. Rent gear and boats (kept at the lake) from Jasper’s
900 Carmichael Lane, HintonFull service grocery store with deli, bakery, produce, meat and floral departments. Take-out meals. Starbucks. Daily 7 am-10 pm, summer
Jasper(1 to 4 km/.6 to 2.5 mi; easy to moderate) Begin 42 km (26 mi) east of Jasper at Hwy 16
N side Hwy 16, W end of town (behind McDonald, HintonExhibits on forestry, mine reclamation and wildland/urban interface. Interpretive trails, picnic area, playground, lookout tower, giant truck, arboretum and wetlands.
Hinton17 km/ 11 mi northeast of Hinton via Emerson Creek gravel road is 3 km/2 mi Canyon Creek Trail with
HintonWalk and cycle throughout town along Hardisty Creek, Happy Creek, Thompson Lake and Maxwell Lake. Maps at information and recreation
S side Hwy 16, 309 Gregg Ave, HintonDetails on hotels, camping, restaurants and other services. Travel Alberta desk. Free Wi-Fi.
Robb Rd (take Switzer Dr S off Hwy 16), HintonMountain bike skills features and double and singletrack trails on 37 acres. Jumps, ramps and beams. Free. Open dawn to
Off Collinge Rd (take Mountain St S off Hwy 16), Hinton3 km/2 mi trail along Happy Creek and Maxwell Lake with beaver pond and mountain backdrop. Interpretive signs, seating areas, amphitheatre