Looking for a great trail in Jasper National Park, Alberta? AllTrails has 73 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 31 moderate trails in Jasper National Park ranging from 1.5 to 45.8 miles and from 3,339 to 8,897 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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snowshoeing

Jasper is the gentle giant of the Rockies. Offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation.

Amazing views!! The trail was washed out at times but it didn't bother us too much. Wicked scrambles and rewarding views very early on because of the steep ascent, so worth it.

Currently closed!

hiking
1 day ago

Just a little bit of snow near the top.

Not bad trail. Better trails in jasper but an easy climb minus the two feet of wet snow.

Honestly one of my favourite easy hikes. Beautiful scenery and accessible for all skill levels.

hiking
2 days ago

The trail is harder then I thought it would be for the last 200m (there is a steep incline and loose gravel) but great views once you get up there.

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muddy
2 days ago

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muddy
2 days ago

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muddy
2 days ago

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muddy
3 days ago

We did the 1a offshoot of the trail, which was slightly flooded with snowmelt. It wasn't a particularly exciting deviation, so probably worth stocking with the main trail. pretty easy trail most of the way. it did get narrow at parts, and had occassionally steep inclines. But it is a good intro hike, and is suitable for families with slightly older children who can navigate the steep narrow section. beautiful view overlooking the town, mountains, and a red chair location

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muddy
snow
5 days ago

good for moderately fit amateur hikers. Some mud, snow and ice, but we hiked in mid-april, during season change. mud is easily avoided by stepping slightly to the side of the trail. some beautiful photography spots.

Amazing mountain views, not too strenuous of s hike

Not many views on the way up. Really wide and non technical trail, a little boring but the view at the top was worth it.

I love this little trail, it has the lot; steep inclines, views, history, opportunity to go further to the falls and it isn't far from home.

hiking
muddy
snow
8 days ago

Hike through forest with an amazing view at the top. Multiple lakes to look at and take scenic pictures of. One good incline makes this hike "moderate", but otherwise it's pretty easy.

great trail

Short hike through the woods and on the lake shore. Muddy, but we hiked it in April so that was to be expected. A small portion of the trail is closed (not sure why). Overall a very nice hike and I would rate it ad easy.

Done on April 13, 2019. The track is beautiful, a little muddy, but hardly. I suggest you go straight after the first bridge. Easy journey.

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rocky
13 days ago

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muddy
16 days ago

awesome trail

Beautiful hike, took your kids with me, you get was 4 and they all did great. Go the opposite way ( start at the end) so that the hard stuff is over on the beginning

Really worth it!
And can easily be done during that time of the year (end of March), you should wear good shoes though!
I wanted to go further to the Indian Ridge, but that was just not possible due to snow, that would rather be an expedition.
Still, the summit of Mt Whistler is absolutely worth it alone!

Awesome views, though I couldn't make it to the very top. You should not take the steep pathway on the left during that time of the year (April 1st), you will not make it, unless you wear skies or sth similar. You would sink hip-deep into the snow and get stuck at some point. I crawled up a little more (on hands and knees), but still had to give up before getting to the top, it is just too dangerous!
Maybe you can take the pathway on the right, which is supposed to be not that steep. But I didn't try due to lack of time.
Still, great views!

hiking
20 days ago

Some absolutely stunning views on this trail, primarily at the end of the loop on the right hand side of the car park. We started in this direction and must note that if you start from this direction, it is very much not easy. It was extremely steep for the first km, and if you are unfit you will struggle, but the views are definitely worth pushing on. We had to give up and turn back just past the halfway mark due to solid ice on the path. We had cleats but even they wouldn’t have done the trick, this was the kind of ice you would need crampons for. Therefore can’t comment on the latter half of the loop. Would definitely recommend for the views at the beginning though!

hiking
20 days ago

Beautiful views - we were unable to do the whole loop as just past the red chair the decline became icy (we had cleats, but the decline was still too step/slippery).

First part of the trail is difficult (steep incline, combination of stairs and rock), but worth it in the end. I’m not the fittest person, and this was my first hike of the season which made it slightly harder!

No sheep spotted, but worth the attempt.

Nice walk, you can choose different paths from 4,5 km being the shortest. All the lakes are still frozen at the time of the year (end of March), so the different colors of the lakes can hardly be seen. Still a nice and easy afternoon walk.

Always an incredible snow shoe! Went beyond Hidden Cove to what I am calling the consultation rest stop, because you get a beautiful spot to sit and watch the weather roll around the Gods. Stop by the cove on the way back because it's a great spot for any length visit.

hiking
muddy
snow
23 days ago

Nice hike to do with kids (mine is 11) and he’s a picky hiker and he LOVED it!
We did it yesterday and all conditions were present on the trails, we wore cleats which were very useful!
Beautiful little gem!

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muddy
rocky
snow
23 days ago

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