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Vendors › Jasper & Hinton › Attractions & Tours › Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails

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Jasper SkyTram

10 min south of Jasper, via the Icefields Pkwy , Jasper

Sightseeing The Jasper SkyTram opens in late March and is Canada’s longest and highest guided aerial tramway tour. It travels

Cottonwood Slough


(4.2 km/ 2.6 mi; easy; Map 5, 5G) Beaver dammed wetland with songbirds, waterfowl, osprey, eagles, beavers and otters, plus

Discovery Trail


(Up to 8.3 km/ 5.1 mi loop; easy) You can access this Jasper townsite circle route from many places. The

Maligne Canyon


(3.7 km/2.3 mi; easy to moderate; no bikes 1st to 5th bridge; Map 5, 4M) Up to 55 m (180

Miette Hot Springs Trail


(.7 km/.4 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 1, 4N) This interpretive trail goes to the old pool ruin and spring

Old Fort Point Loop


(1.8 km/1.1 mi; moderate; no bikes; Map 5, 9H) The trailhead is 1.6 km (1 mi) from town via Hwy

Path Of The Glacier Trail


(1.6 km/1 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 5, 22B) Stroll to the north face of Mt Edith Cavell along an

Skyline Trail


(44 km/27 mi; moderate; no bikes) This spectacular two+ day backpacking trip follows meadows, ridges and slopes mostly above treeline.

Valley of The Five Lakes


(4.2 km/2.6 mi loop; moderate; Map 5, 17H) Take Hwy 93 south 9 km (5.5 mi) to the trailhead. Hike
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