Jasper House Bungalows

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Jasper House Bungalows welcomes you to the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Embracing the panoramic views from each bungalow, we greet the majestic turquoise Athabasca river just a few steps out your door. At Jasper House Bungalows, we pair spectacular mountain views and small-town charm with rustic bungalows. You will find tranquil comfort in suites that are fully equipped for your stay. Bask in the all-encompassing sights in your own Adirondack chair, indulge in the fantastic cuisine from the Elk Village Restaurant on your family picnic table and be lost in the echo of the river in our gazebos. Jasper House Bungalows is located on Highway 93 the Icefields Parkway three kilometres from the town of Jasper. Our property offers a quiet location to unplug, relax and unwind after a long day of travel and exploration. Our bungalows are a great option for couples and small families. We offer five different room and suite options for you to choose from. All our Cedar Log Bungalows are on the ground level except for the Executive Suite, have one parking spot. At Jasper House Bungalows, we pair spectacular mountain views, small town charm and authentic bungalows.

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Things to do in Jasper National Park

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Jasper Sky Tram

Visit the Jasper Sky Tram website below to find detailed information.

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Jasper Skytram is the highest and longest guided aerial tramway in Canada. Located just a few kilometres from Jasper House Bungalows you will have the opportunity to watch the tram ascend and descend Whistler mountain from the property. A one-way tram ride will take a little less than 10 minutes to reach the upper terminal. At the upper terminal there is a gift shop and The Summit Restaurant. Take a moment to enjoy a drink or meal once you ascend the 2263 meters and enjoy the view. Visit the link for a trail map of the upper terminal hike.

Maligne Lake

Iconic and stunningly beautiful, Maligne Lake is a must on your Canadian Rockies Tour

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Maligne Lake is a popular destination when visiting Jasper. This glacier fed lake is home to the world-renowned Spirit Island. A popular stop along the way to Maligne Lake is Maligne Canyon and Medicine Lake. This area provides many activities to enjoy such as: wildlife viewing, boating, fishing, ski touring, cycling, and hiking.

Mount Edith Cavell

Visit Mt. Edith Cavell and take a scenic walk up to view Angel Glacier. Offering spectacular views of Mount Edith Cavell.

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The turquoise meltwater of Cavell Pond sitting below the jagged summit of Mount Edith Cavell is one of the beautiful settings in Jasper National Park. This is one of the few places where a short walk will get you up close and personal with a glacier. If you’re up to the challenge a trail branches off from the Path Of Glacier Trail to hike to the Cavell Meadows for more stunning mountain views and immerse yourself in the seasonal Alpen flowers.

Athabasca Falls

This sight offers a splendid view of the Athabasca River flowing over the falls and cutting through the rock formation over many years.

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At 23 m (75.5 ft) in height, Athabasca Falls may not be the tallest waterfall in the Canadian Rockies but it is one of the most powerful, due to the sheer volume of water flowing into the gorge from the Athabasca River, fed by the massive Athabasca Glacier at the Columbia Icefields. There are a number of platforms and walkways where you can safely view and photograph the falls. Located 30 km (19 mi) south of the town of Jasper, it is easily accessed from the Icefields Parkway using Highway 93A. Plenty of free parking and an easy stroll to the falls

Sunwapta Falls

Sunwapta Falls is unique as it has an island right in the middle of the river before the drop off.

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Located along the Icefields Parkway in Jasper National Park, Sunwapta Falls consists of upper and lower waterfalls that are fed by the Athabasca Glacier. The upper falls, which are easily accessed from the view point parking lot, have an impressive dropoff of about 18m (59 ft). A 1.3 km (.8 mi) hike takes you down through a lodgepole pine forest to the lower falls. Here you'll see three waterfalls spread over the Sunwapta River. Visit in late spring or early summer, when the snowmelt is at its peak.