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Jasper, Canada

Adventure Like You've Never Experienced

Jasper, Canada

The Park & The Town

Over one hundred years ago, Jasper Forest Park first came to be and was named after the popular fur trading post operator, Jasper Hawes. By 1913 the name was changed to Jasper to complement the park. These days, the town of Jasper offers an authentic Canadian Rocky Mountain experience that is easy-going and relaxed, feeling like a true mountain town. Jasper has managed to preserve a small-town feeling while offering the amenities expected from a world-class winter resort.

Reasons to Visit

Great Value

In the winter, Jasper National Park offers excellent value to accommodate all budgets. Unlike other resorts, Jasper’s off season is winter time which results in great deals on Where to Stay, Dining in Jasper and Jasper Activities.

Scenic Beauty

Located in the breathtaking, vast and ruggedly mountainous landscape of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Jasper National Park is a destination that inspires lasting memories.

Tremendous Variety

With 91 marked trails, the ski and snowboard runs are split evenly between easy, intermediate and advanced, making this an ideal destination for the whole family and skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.

Uncrowded, Unhurried and Laid-back

An uncrowded atmosphere is just one of the many reasons skiers and snowboarders return to Marmot Basin season after season. With no waiting in lift lines, you have lots of room to breathe and even more time on the slopes.

Friendly, Safe & Welcoming

After an exhilarating day on the slopes, the town of Jasper offers everything a visitor could want. With a permanent population of 4500 residents, Jasper has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with plenty to offer families, friends and solo adventurers.


Marmot Basin is located around 20km south of Jasper via Highway 93, 93A and the Marmot Road. For those traveling a little further, more details can be found in our getting here section. A mobile friendly map for Marmot Basin can be found here.

Please remember that Marmot Basin is within Jasper National Park and you will need a valid park pass if travelling by car. Passes can be purchased at the gate just before the turning to the Marmot Road.