, Canada is situated in Jasper National Park in the heart of the Alberta Rockies. Jasper National Park is Canada's largest Rocky Mountain Park, one of North America's largest natural areas - spanning 11,228 sq. km (4,200 sq. mi.) and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Shimmering glaciers, abundant wildlife, crystal clear lakes, thundering waterfalls, deep canyons and evergreen forest surrounded by towering, rugged mountain peaks are a perfect backdrop to the friendly, laid back, authentic mountain town called Jasper where you will call for vacation rental your home.
Jasper National Park is an internationally recognized, four-season destination with so much to see and do to suit everyone's tastes literally within moments of your vacation rentals, chalet rentals and condo rental accommodations. In the summer, zoom up the Jasper Tramway, go golfing, paddle or raft on one of the many lakes and rivers, hike, mountain bike, or go horseback riding on our extensive trails system. In our winter wonderland, you can ski or snowboard at Marmot Basin, snowshoe or cross-country ski, take a Maligne Canyon Icewalk, or simply relax by a fire at your accommodation. Year round, Jasper National Park offers first-class accommodations, activities, boutique shops, restaurants, spas, interpretative tours, and we can almost guarantee you’ll see wildlife!
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.Mountains are Jasper's calling card. Deep in the Alberta Rockies, peaks crown the horizon in every direction. The vast majority are pristine and will remain that way, preserved under the aegis of Canada's national parks system. Mountain sheep, bears, wolves, elk and mountain goats have a secure home here, and can often be seen when simply driving down the road. To improve the chance of spotting a Grizzly bear, adventure seekers can opt for a hiking tour or explore the surrounding wilderness on horseback. But even from inside the car, the mountain views are spectacular. In particular, the road south of Jasper to Lake Louise is renowned for its breathtaking vistas. About halfway down, motorists often stop at the Columbia Icefield to view a still mighty but receding glacier, part of the Icefields Parkway and Eastern Slopes region. In the town of Jasper itself, visitors enjoy a peaceful small-town atmosphere, while chalet rentals and condo rentals offer a wide range of accommodation often in building reflecting a distinct alpine architecture. For information about visitor destinations near Jasper, visit Edmonton
, Hinton, Lake Louise and Valemount, BC.
Whatever spectacular time of year you choose to visit - just be sure you plan to stay awhile at our vacation rentals.