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The weather in Jasper
Above are the weather conditions for Jasper. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 25° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -16° in December.
Get rocking in the mountains with a Jasper holiday letting
Situated entirely in a nature park, the alpine town of Jasper is known for its stunning Rocky Mountain surroundings. Staying with a holiday letting in Jasper gives you the opportunity to explore the ice fields, slopes and attractions of this beautiful town at your leisure. From relaxing in the hot springs to the slopes of nearby ski resorts – there's a little something for everyone in Jasper.
Dining out in Jasper
Despite its small size, there are a variety of restaurants serving excellent food. Many of the hotels have eateries of incredibly high quality but there are plenty of places to go in the town too. Lou Lou's Pizzeria has been serving up fine Italian for decades and Patricia Street Deli offers soups, sandwiches and other lunch classics.
Canadian comfort food is the ethos at Dead Dog Bar & Grill. If you prefer something a little more high-end, Syrah's of Jasper won't disappoint. Known for its steaks, this restaurant is all about indulgence.
Jasper with children
Jasper is a wonderful destination for those travelling with children. They'll be in awe of the region's natural beauty and the collection of outdoor activities are well-suited to people of all ages. Marmot Basin ski resort offers a ski school for kids looking to learn.
Kids will particularly love getting up close and personal with the animals and traversing the stunning landscapes. Winter also sees dog sledding come to life – a once in a lifetime experience for the whole family.
Exploring the Rocky Mountains
Many of the activities here are seasonal. Skiing and snowboarding dominate in the winter while hiking and camping are on the agenda in the warmer months.
Mount Robson, the area's highest peak, is a vast region with an abundance of wildlife including elk, moose, goats and deer. The hot spring is the perfect place to relax after a long day of activity on the slopes.
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