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Dates Archives: WEDNESDAY, September 28

Golf Tournament

A golf course that hugs snow-capped mountains, meanders past glacial-fed lakes and through a wildlife corridor featuring elk, caribou, bears and wolves. Highly acclaimed for its challenging layout and spectacular beauty, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club is rated by SCOREGolf Magazine as the #1 Best Golf Resort in Canada. Today, this award-winning Alberta golf course remains one of the “must play” courses in Canada; it’s a true classic that combines the best of what golf is all about.
Dress code. No hard spikes. Shotgun start delayed until 12 noon – please meet at the club house at 11:30 am.

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-> Buses for all tours leave from lobby, please meet there about 15 min. early

Jasper’s Waste and Recycling Program and Waste Water Treatment Plant

Visit Jasper’s waste and recycling program that includes a community food waste collection system. Then tour Jasper’s waste water treatment plant, built in 2003, which operates as a biological nutrient removal system which significantly reduces the level of total suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand, and nutrients in the final effluent.
Sponsored by Municipality of Jasper


A Walk in the Past – historical walking tour of Jasper

Take a step back in time and discover the characters that helped shape Jasper National Park and the mountain town of Jasper. This historical walking tour of town takes participants on a personal journey into the past through a variety of stories about the people, places and events that have made Jasper what it is today.


Jasper Planetarium

Explore stars, planets, galaxies and more in the world’s largest accessible astronomy park.  Jasper National Park provides visitors with an incredible opportunity to explore the universe in all its glory.  Astronomers will mesmerize you with stories of Jasper’s cosmic heritage!

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Horseback Riding

Cowboy Up: For a genuine Western experience, enjoy the wilderness of Jasper from your saddle. There is a good chance you’ll see an elk or a bear, as you ride along Lake Annette and catch a glimpse of Lake Edith and Lake Trefoil.

-> meet at the Jasper Park Lodge Stable 15 min. before your ride (one group goes at 10 am, the other at 11 am)

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