10 Unrealistic Places to Visit in Jasper National Park


Dive into Jasper National Park's realm of wonder with these 10 Unrealistic Places. From mystical caves to ethereal valleys, each spot offers an escape into fantastical landscapes.

A 230km scenic route offering breathtaking mountain vistas and wildlife encounters. Best experienced via RV rental for full immersion.

Icefields Parkway


Marvel at its striking turquoise hues fed by Peyto Glacier, accessible via a short 15-minute hike to a postcard-perfect viewpoint.

Peyto Lake


Visit North America's most visited glacier, explore on foot or aboard an Ice Explorer bus, and learn at the Columbia Icefield Discovery Centre.

Athabasca Glacier


This is a quick yet stunning stop along Icefields Parkway. The Sunwapta River cascades into a picturesque waterfall.

Sunwapta Falls


Witness the exhilarating power of the Athabasca River as it plunges into a narrow canyon amidst the Rockies' majestic backdrop.

Athabasca Falls


Encounter the imposing peak, explore Cavell Meadows, and admire the awe-inspiring views of Angel Glacier.

Mount Edith Cavell


A quaint alpine town nestled within Jasper National Park, renowned for its elk sightings amidst a backdrop of natural beauty.



Experience the wonder of its seasonal disappearances due to underground drainage, revealing the entrance to extensive cave systems.

Medicine Lake


Delight in the Rockies' largest lake, encapsulated by snow-capped peaks, and cruise to Spirit Island, the world's most photographed island.

Maligne Lake


Relax in Canada's hottest mineral springs, offering a refreshing thermal experience amidst scenic Rocky Mountain landscapes.

Miette Hot Springs


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