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Jasper National Park is one of Canada's most breathtaking vacation spots. With spectacular mountain scenery that is home to comfortable vacation rentals, a stay in this dreamy national park is the retreat you need. This destination offers memorable experiences that will allow you to discover its great beauty such as towering mountains, crystal clear turquoise lakes, thundering waterfalls, pine forests and incredible wildlife.Cozy vacation rentals with hot tub, sauna, and mountain views
Jasper National Park is home to a variety of accommodations to recharge after exploring. From luxury modern homes and flats to cozy cabin rentals, you'll find accommodation in Jasper to suit you. You'll enjoy amenities such as whirlpool tubs, cozy fireplaces, saunas and heated pools with captivating views of the Rocky Mountains. In addition, all accommodations feature free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
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The area and getting around
At the southern end of Jasper National Park, you'll find the Athabasca Glacier, the most-visited glacier in North America. This is one of the most famous spots in the national park and is part of the colossal Columbia Icefield, the largest icefield in the Rocky Mountains of North America. At this frozen attraction, you can take a tour with Rockaboo Mountain Adventures that will take you through glacier sites such as a bright blue ice cave.The park's most acclaimed lake
Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, Maligne Lake is one of the most picturesque places in Jasper National Park and the largest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies. The lake is well-known for the colour of its perfect azure blue waters and its proximity to scenic Spirit Island. The lake offers activities such as kayaking and canoeing to reach the island. However, the cruise is the most popular option. It will take you across the shimmering waters to this spiritual spot at the far end of the lake. Here you will find lookout points to get a better view of the glaciers.
Travellers and activities
Jasper National Park is a gem for nature lovers. Wild in every sense of the word, it is a landscape of mountains, valleys, glaciers, forests, pristine lakes and alpine meadows teeming with wildlife, including grizzly bears, moose, mountain goats, beavers, and even wolves. Jasper is divided into three vegetation zones: mountain, subalpine and alpine. In the mountainous zone you will find spruce and pine, in the subalpine zone you will find subalpine fir, while in the alpine zone you will see many purple, pink, white and yellow wildflowers. The incredible diversity of nature found here makes it part of UNESCO's Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.Jasper National Park for hiking lovers
With over 990 kilometres of hiking trails, Jasper National Park is one of the best places in Canada to hike. You'll find breathtaking mountain and forest trails for all levels. If you're looking for an easy hike, the Maligne Canyon hike only takes an hour of your time and offers impressive views. Wilcox Pass, on the other hand, is moderate and takes you through alpine meadows, with unbelievable views of the massive Athabasca Glacier. Meanwhile, if you are looking for more challenging trails, the Sulphur Skyline trail has a steep series of switchbacks that will take you to the top of a ridge with an extraordinary panorama of the mountains.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies.
Top 5 travel tips in Jasper National Park
The SkyTram is a must-see attraction. Climb aboard this aerial tram, soak in the breathtaking scenery from mountain peaks to turquoise lakes and soar almost 2,500 metres to the top of The Whistlers mountain. SkyTram is Canada's longest and highest guided aerial tramway. Then, when you reach the top, enjoy drinks and a snack at the Summit Restaurant with unbeatable views.2. Marvel at the sheer beauty of the universe!
Jasper National Park is the second-largest dark sky reserve in the world, so keep your eyes up at night. You can enjoy a starry nighttime spectacle at unlimited and unforgettable stargazing points such as Pyramid Island, Maligne Canyon, Old Fort Point and Lake Medicin. Watch the sun set behind the mountains and the stars emerge. If you are lucky, you may also get to see the ribbons of coloured lights of the Northern Lights.3. Take in the scenery from the Glacier Skywalk
The Glacier Skywalk is an award-winning architectural feat that allows you to venture over the edge of a cliff overlooking the Sunwapta Valley. Walk along the 1-kilometre glass-floored walkway, see the pine trees below you and enjoy a unique panorama that includes waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more. The Glacier Skywalk offers an incredibly unique perspective at 900 feet (274.32 m) to get up close to spectacular natural wonders.4. Discover the slopes of Canada's highest ski resort
Marmot Basin is Canada's highest ski resort and offers 91 slopes for skiers and snowboarders to experience during your vacation. You'll find a wide network of slopes for all levels to suit you. Have fun skiing on this mountain, take in the snowy scenery from the lifts and enjoy a hot chocolate in the restaurants. The mountain has 1,702 acres of terrain to explore on skis.5. Experience Dog Sledding
In addition to skiing, don't miss another classic Canadian winter experience: dog sledding. This activity allows you to meander through the mountains just like the original explorers did. Enjoy a speedy ride through the snow and relax after the ride with a hot drink and treats. This outdoor activity can be done in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals and Apartments in Jasper National Park
What is the average price for vacation rentals in Jasper National Park?
Based on our data, Jasper National Park has an average price of CA$325.00 per night, a relatively high one for destination in Canada.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Jasper National Park?
Those who want to save as much as possible travel to Jasper National Park in November, December, and April, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of CA$238.53, CA$242.96, and CA$255.67 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Jasper National Park?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Jasper National Park was September, with an average price of CA$485.25 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of CA$432.7, and July, with CA$371.7.
Is Jasper National Park a good location for a last-minute getaway?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Jasper National Park, we recommend you to think ahead as 82% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data in 2020.
When are more vacation rentals available?
In 2020, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Jasper National Park were June, September and October, with average availabilities of 64.25%, 42%, and 22.6%, respectively.
During which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The accommodations in Jasper National Park reach their peak in demand in March, with an availability rate of 3%. The second most requested month is February, with 6%, and the third is August with 6.8%.
How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Jasper National Park?
Holidu has around 50 vacation rentals in Jasper National Park, provided by 3 different partners.