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Visitors to Jasper enjoy wildlife and nature untouched, unspoiled.

Viewpoints overlooking falls, hot springs, lakes, ranching communities, and unparalleled wildlife experiences await you here in Jasper National Park. Jasper is a 309 km (192 mi.) drive from Edmonton. Check out Athabasca Falls and the beautiful view offered at several points along the falls. Goat Lookout also offers stunning views as well as a picnic area where mountain goats and bighorn sheep can be seen.

Plan the perfect day at the Miette Hot Springs, the hottest in the Canadian Rockies, with trails and picnicking areas nearby. In the winter season you will be amazed by the ice walk at Maligne Canyon. Imagine frozen waterfalls and a river frozen on top while you walk on it with water rushing underneath. Jasper’s wildlife viewing opportunities are second to none.

Activities

Miette Hot Springs, Maligne Canyon Ice walk, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, skiing at Marmot Basin, Jasper town site (50 kms west), golf, helicopter tours, waterfalls, canoeing, rock climbing, caving and fishing. Note: Overlander Mountain Lodge closes for one month in January each year.

Lodging

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Overlander Mountain Lodge

East Jasper / Hinton, Alberta

The Overlander is situated at the eastern edge of Jasper National Park. The 30 minutes drive to this property will be a highlight of your Jasper visit. The opportunity to see wildlife, rugged mountains, pristine lakes and untouched forests await. The Stone Peak Restaurant onsite at the Lodge features casual dining with spectacular mountain views and large patio. Wine Spectator Award winning wine lists.

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