Canoeing

Canoe

Athabasca river is one of the fur trading routes used by the voyagers of yesterday. Discover the historic routes by taking a tour on the Athabasca. There are rafting and canoe outfitters that can guide you down some of the pristine wilderness that Jasper got to offer.

Canoe

Get back to nature on your own if you have the courage to tackle the rapids and obstacles that awaits you. You can pick-up some maps when you get into town at the Parks office and choose an adventure that suits you.Other lakes can be arranged with local outdoor shops.

Canoeing Athabasca River

Explore the waterways and glacial fed lakes of Jasper. Athabasca river is one of the fur trading routes used by the voyagers of yesterday. Discover the historic routes by taking a tour on the Athabasca. There are rafting and canoe outfitters that can guide you down...

Edna Lake

A little lake next to Talbot Lake, great place to float around or even fish for Northern Pike. Easy access from the highway. Maybe a scuba dive is in order here.   Access: Hwy 16 Parking: Yes Trailhead: 15 minutes east of Jasper on HWY 16 Activities: Canoe / Fishing /...

Coronet Creek Adventure

Coronet Creek Camping I was a little hesitant in writing about this trip, because I wanted to keep it secret from the mass visitors to the area. Realizing that the best expeditions cannot be hidden away. This trip consist of watercrafts (canoes & sea kayaks) of human...

Pyramid Lake Beachside

Pyramid Lake day use area A winding road leads to Patricia and Pyramid lakes where fishing, picnicking, boating (no gas motors allowed), and hiking are extremely popular. There are bbq fire pits along the south shores of this lake. Day use only, don't try to camp out...

Athabasca Island

Picture yourself on a deserted island,  in the middle of the river, Rocky Mountain style. Haul your camping gear for a night or two. Let the river take you effortlessly downstream. It is always better when the water is high. Bring your own firewood, as there won't be...

Mount Paul

Mt. Paul If you want to summit, crampons are recommended for the section prior to summit. Otherwise the trail was fairly straight forward, canoe across from Coronet campsite dock, head into the valley until you find a suitable accent north and try not to get cliff-ed...

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LODGING WEST IN BC

  • Mica Mountain Lodge
    (Located near Mount Robson, half an hour to the
    Jasper National Park boundary)
  • Dreamcatcher Inn
    (Located near Valemount Just over an hour west of Jasper)

 

Lodging East of Jasper

 

 

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