Gaze across the Athabasca River and envision 50 years of fur trading history located at the junction of towering mountain ranges and mountain passes. For almost half a century Jasper House was the main stopping place for fur traders using the Athabasca, and Yellowhead passes, and an important meeting place for adventurers, voyageurs, artists and missionaries. A short, beautiful walk leads you to the Jasper House viewpoint.
Jasper House National Historic Site
- Jasper House National Historic Site, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada
- National Historic Site
Jasper House National Historic Site, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada
Jasper Park Information Centre National Historic Site
Gain insights on backcountry exploring, hiking trails, camping, paddling, and more.
Yellowhead Pass National Historic Site
Today the Yellowhead Pass is a valley corridor
Northern Rockies Museum of Culture and Heritage
A family friendly museum highlighting the history of the Northern Rockies region.
Cadomin was the largest town in the Alberta Coal Branch but has under 50 residents today.