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
by Eddie Wong
by Eddie Wong
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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- Edge Control (Ski & Outdoor Store)
- Tonquin Valley Adventure (Back country cabins)
- Tonquin Valley Backcountry (Horseback, Backcountry Cabins)
- Park Canada( Parks information )
Information centre / Trail office
Jasper, Alberta T0E 1E0
Phone: (780) 852‑6176
Fax: (780) 852‑6152