Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing in Jasper National Park

Jasper Nation­al Park offers first-class climb­ing in each dis­ci­pline of the pur­suit. Con­tin­u­ous­ly devel­op­ing sport crags of lime­stone and quartzite, water­fall ice, an Enter­prise climb­ing wall, alpine rock routes, and alpine mixed climb­ing com­bine to make Jasper a haven for every­body from the week­end war­rior to the most seri­ous climber. We are pre­sent­ing new climb­ing areas peri­od­i­cal­ly, so stay tune.  Equip­ment rental and guides avail­able at the local climb­ing shop. The local climb­ing book is avail­able.

Rock / climbing stories

Story of  Edith Cavell

Edith Cavell

by Eddie Wong

Fryatt

Mt. Fry­att

by Eddie Wong

Jasper Nation­al Park offers first-class climb­ing in each dis­ci­pline of the pur­suit. Con­tin­u­ous­ly devel­op­ing sport crags of lime­stone and quartzite, water­fall ice, an Enter­prise climb­ing wall, alpine rock routes, and alpine mixed climb­ing com­bine to make Jasper a haven for every­body from the week­end war­rior to the most seri­ous climber. We are pre­sent­ing new climb­ing areas peri­od­i­cal­ly, so stay tune.  Equip­ment rental and guides avail­able at the local climb­ing shop. The local climb­ing book is avail­able.

warning!

Climb­ing is a dan­ger­ous activ­i­ty.   In par­tic­i­pat­ing in this sport it is pos­si­ble to suf­fer injuries or even death.  Each climber must be famil­iar with the risks involved and be will­ing to accept those risks. By using the infor­ma­tion con­tained here, you are releas­ing the authors and ExploreJasper.com from any lia­bil­i­ty for any injury, includ­ing death, that may occur. You have been warned.  Inex­pe­ri­enced climbers should seek addi­tion­al train­ing from a qual­i­fied moun­tain guide. We rec­om­mend you to vis­it our relat­ed links for more infor­ma­tion on this sport.

Some Crags in the area

 

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