Spanning over 11,000 km2, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jasper is home to vast mountain ranges, stunning glaciers, abundant wildlife and the world’s second largest dark sky preserve. The townsite of Jasper has a small-town vibe with an excellent cultural scene.
Celebrate the season with everything that makes the frostiest month also the most memorable. Your nose might be chilly but your heart will be warm. Events include dining deals, skating, and the signature street party and fireworks throughout Jasper. Jan 13-29: Find details and schedule of events, here.
The streets of Banff transform with giant snow sculptures. Watch talented ice carvers create masterpieces in beautiful Lake Louise. Enjoy skijoring, Play Zone, and the best winter activities. Jan 18-29: Discover the magic, here.
Hit the slopes in style (or lack thereof) at Mount Norquay! Bask in the glory of the 80s and 90s. Stay for the last evening of night skiing and have fun at the Retro Video Dance Party. Mar 18: Find your style, here.
An inspiring evening featuring the next generation of Canada’s outstanding young classical musicians in collaboration with internationally acclaimed pianist and Canmore resident Susanne Ruberg-Gordon. You won’t want to miss this evening at artsPlace in Canmore. Apr 15: Discover more, here.
Ten days of epic Pride events in Jasper, action-packed activities, fun-filled parties, sweet deals around town, and unlimited skiing all in the spirit of coming together, proud and free. The only Gay Ski Week in the Canadian Rockies. Apr 14-23: Get the fill list of events, here.
Whether it’s your first footrace, or you’re looking to kickstart the season, the Jasper Canadian Rockies Half Marathon is sure to please! Choose from half marathon, 10k, and 5k walk or run. Apr 29: Register, here.