Located along the Icefield Parkway / Highway 93.
The Athabasca Glacier - a tongue of ice 6 kilometres long and one kilometre wide descending almost to road level. Take time to explore the Glacier while experienced driver/guides explain how glaciers are formed and point out interesting geological features. At the icefall below the glacier headwall, you have the option of stepping out onto ice formed from snow falling as long as 400 years ago.
A short drive on Highway 40 South Cadomin Cave is not a commercial or developed "Tourist Cave". The 1.5 hour hike to the entrance ascends 300 metres over steep terrain that can be muddy and slippery. You must be physically fit, have proper footwear and clothing, and have taken proper safety precautions. At this time the cave is closed to protect our bat colony from White Nose Syndrome which is a fungal infection thought to be spread by humans entering the cave.
For an unforgettable view Jasper Tramway is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial ropeway in the Canadian Rockies. Providing visitors with unprecedented views of six mountain ranges, glacial fed lakes, the Athabasca river (Alberta's longest) and the scenic mountain town-site of Jasper.
Soak in Miette Hot Pools while taking in the amazing scenery.
You won't soon forget the drive up the wild Fiddle valley to the hottest mineral springs in the Rockies. Flowing from the mountain at 54°C, the water is cooled to a comfortable temperature of 40°C as it enters the pools. The Hot Springs are just right for soaking and relaxing.
Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, Canada, is the locale of the world-famous Canadian Rockies landmark: Spirit Island. As the oldest attraction in Jasper National Park, Maligne Lake offers a myriad of visitor tour packages and activities - from fishing to hiking to canoeing.
Old Entrance Trail Rides located just north of the KOA Campground on Highway 40. Scenic horseback trail rides. Call Mary at 1-780-865-4760 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nestled in the foothills of Pyramid Mountain you will find a true western Canadian experience - Pyramid Riding Stables . Horseback riding veterans and first-time cowpokes alike will enjoy our spectacular trail rides and old fashioned hospitality.
There are many mountain streams and lakes in the area that are prime fishing sites. Please call the Hinton Travel Alberta Center at 1-780-865-7000 for information regarding guides and licenses.
Wolfland Tours is specialized in individual or small groups guided custom hiking and backpacking tours, guided heli-hiking tours with the option of overnight camping, and guided canoe tours, on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in the beautiful foothills, on the border of Jasper National Park.
The town of Hinton is 4 km east of the campground. Located on the northern trans-Canada Highway and with a population of 10,000 the town offers many amenities. Many local as well as national restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, an RV dealer, big rig wash facilities, variety stores, public library, public swimming pool are just a few of the services available. The Beaver Boardwalk is very popular with both locals and visitors.
www.mssociety.ca/alberta This is a MS Society fundraiser bike tour that begins and ends in Hinton. Special Camping rates at Hinton/Jasper KOA for all participants of the tour. Please call the campground for rates and reservations.