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Your hosts Guy and Kirsty have lived in Jasper for 25 years and are avid hikers and mountain bikers and have explored most of the trails and mountains in Jasper National Park and will make sure your stay in Jasper is filled with activities of your choice such as Canoeing, rafting , horseback riding, fishing, hiking, biking, sight seeing, wildlife viewing, swimming,  climbing, visiting the Miette Hot springs, Whistler Mountain Gondola, Athabasca and Sunwapta falls,  Maligne Canyon,  Maligne Lake,  Horseshoe lake,  Whitewater rafting, Kayaking, Stand up Paddle boarding and Canoeing just to name a view.  They speak fluent German, French and English and are happy to spend time with visitors that spend a few days in Jasper to make sure your stay is memorable and enjoyable.

canyon Mountain Wellness Day Spa
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Relax, rejuvenate, and relieve your stress with our registered massage therapists, spa therapists and aestheticians. Tucked away in the Rocky Mountains of Jasper, Alberta, Mountain Wellness Day Spa invites you to bring wellness into your life.

canyon Malign Canyon
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A few minutes drive from Jasper takes you to Malign Canyon, a beautiful hiking experience in summer and winter seasons. Waterfalls, fossils, potholes, underground stream outlets, the nests of ravens and rare black swifts, unexpectedly lush plant life and the startling effects of frost action – these are just some of the wonders of Maligne Canyon. Swirling, churning water has worn the canyon, only two metres across at some points, to a depth of more than 50 metres.

canyon Sunwapta Falls
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Sunwapta Falls are a must see for any visit to Jasper National Park. Accessible via a short drive off the Icefields Parkway that connects Jasper and Banff National Parks. The falls have a drop of about 18.5 metres. Sunwapta is a Stoney (Assiniboine) word that means turbulent water. It is most spectacular in the late spring when the spring melt is at its peak. The water originates from the Athabasca Glacier, and volumes are higher in early summer, caused by glacial meltdown.

canyon Miette Hot Springs
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Located a short drive from Jasper the natural hot springs feature the warmest natural springs in the Canadian Rockies. Among one of Jasper’s top ten attractions, Miette Hot Springs is a perfect destination for a day of sightseeing, wildlife watching, hiking and relaxing. If you love hot springs, Miette is definitely worth the short drive out of Jasper just down the highway towards Edmonton.