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 and interpretation panels.
- Jasper House National Historic Site, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada
- Open year-round
- National Historic Site
Jasper House National Historic Site, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada
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