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Jasper National Park

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Travel Guide North America Canada Alberta Jasper National Park



Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada, is one of the natural highlights of a trip through the Rocky Mountains. The town of Jasper, located within the parks' boundaries, serves as the main gateway.



Getting There

By Train

Viarails' Jasper - Prince Rupert train and the Canadian both serve Jasper. Trains go three times a week in either direction (east to Toronto, west to Vancouver on the Canadian, and also three times a week to Prince Rupert, with an overnight stop in Prince George.

By Bus

Greyhound buses go from Jasper to Edmonton (4.5 hours), Prince George (5 hours), Kamloops (6 hours) and Vancouver (11.5 hours).
Brewster Transportation has services to Lake Louise village (4.5 hours) and Banff (5.5 hours).




The following options are in Jasper town:

HI Beauty CreekBox 387, Jasper T0E 1E0Hostel-
HI-Athabasca FallsC/O Box 387 Jasper, AB T0E 1E0Hostel-
HI-JasperBox 387 AlbertaHostel74
HI-Maligne CanyonC/O Box 387 Jasper, AB T0E 1E0Hostel79
HI-Mt. Edith CavellC/O Box 387 Jasper, AB T0E 1E0Hostel-
Miette Guest House804 Miette AvenueGuesthouse-


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