Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

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Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge began as a “Tent City,” associated with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. Situated in Alberta’s magnificent Jasper National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the hotel opened in June 1922 with eight log cabins and the main building being billed as the largest single-story log structure in the world. Six films were shot on site from 1930-1946 with distinguished Hollywood stars, including Bing Crosby, Jimmy Stewart, and Marilyn Monroe. Crosby enjoyed the lodge’s golf course so much that he went on to win a tournament and had a cabin named after him. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge has also hosted royalty, including both King George VI in 1939 and Queen Elizabeth II in 2005. Locally, there are a bevy of activities that will suit any guest. Whether guests seek winter or summer adventure, the possibilities are seemingly endless. Visit Whistler’s Mountain for stunning views of British Columbia, take a dip in the hottest natural pools in Canada at Miette Hot Springs, go whitewater rafting, view the Northern Lights, go horseback riding in the early morning, or visit Mount Edith Cavell for mountain biking and hiking. Visit downtown Jasper for restaurants, shopping, and museum tours. Take a romantic train ride on the Rocky Mountaineer over two days through 600 miles of breathtaking scenery. There is never a dull moment in Jasper National Park.

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Experience the many natural wonders located nearby at Jasper National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Discover the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge’s amazing cultural heritage.


Explore Maligne Canyon and Medicine Lake nearby.


Experience a round of golf in the middle of the Canadian Rockies.


Taste some internationally renowned Alberta beef.

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