BY Planes, trains, automobiles, or BUS
Getting to the Festival can be easy and fun using any of the below travel options.
Fly into either Edmonton or Calgary airports and arrive by car, train or bus!
Driving to Jasper National Park is scenic and beautiful. Highway #16 (also called the YellowheadHighway) runs through the park and is the main route to and from Jasper. The Icefields Parkway, widely considered one of the most scenic stretches of highway in the world, runs north-south connecting Jasper with Lake Louise, Banff and Calgary.
Approximate driving time to Jasper:
From Edmonton: 3.5 Hours
From Prince George: 4 Hours
From Banff: 3 Hours
From Calgary: 5 Hours
From Vancouver: 9 Hours
Leaving Friday, April 20th and returning to Edmonton on Sunday, April 22 catch a ride with Backside Tours.
What's included: return transportation, 2 nights accommodations at the Marmot Lodge, and the ability to customize your weekend. You get to experience all Jasper Pride has to offer with none of the stress needed to plan your trip, because they have already done that for you.
Starting as low as $219.00/person (Quad Occupancy).
For more information and to book, visit backsidetours.com.
Travel between Jasper, AB and any other station served by trains 1, 2 (Toronto-Vancouver service) 5, 6 (Jasper-Prince Rupert service).
Booking Instructions: Book online at www.viarail.calog into your profile (or create one). Proceed with your booking.
Booking can also be made through the call centre, station or travel agent.
Relax with convenient daily shuttles from Edmonton and Calgary! Travel from Edmonton offers the convenience of a pick up at Edmonton International Airport, and West Edmonton Mall to Jasper.
Travel from Calgary offers the convenience of a pick up at Calgary International Airport, Banff and Lake Louise before departing on the scenic drive on the Ice Fields Parkway to Jasper.
For shuttle schedules please visit: http://www.sundogtours.com/airportresort-shuttle/
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