UNESCO World Heritage Site
Massive ski area with varied slopes
If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will leave your students with wonderful, lasting memories, book a school ski trip to Jasper. Jasper ski resort is located in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Jasper National Park in Alberta, in the heart of the Rockies. And, needless to say, the views here are breathtaking. Skiing here is a magical experience, not only because the beauty of the mountain scenery is awe-inspiring, but because the slopes are simply a pleasure to ski. On a school ski trip to Jasper, you’ll stay in luxurious accommodation in the heart of Jasper itself, so there will be plenty to keep you entertained off-piste too.
Interested in this resort?
The Marmot Basin is an ideal resort for school ski trips, as it allows for natural progression for learners, with quiet pistes and easy run-offs from all lifts. There are 84 exciting ski trails to explore at this resort, with something for every level of ability. Terrain suitable for beginners is accessible from almost every lift, so even the inexperienced can explore almost the entire area. Intermediates will love the well-groomed runs and wide, open bowls, and even advanced skiers will find plenty to challenge them. And the two terrain parks will keep snowboarders occupied too! Snow coverage is excellent as there is consistently plenty of natural dry powder snow. This resort is as unpretentious and friendly as they come, providing your students with a real, authentic Canadian skiing experience.
Jasper is an excellent skiing venue, especially in springtime. The instruction is, on average, far better than even the best that Europe has to offer. The powder snow allows for maximum improvement.
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Just twenty-five minutes from the slopes and right in the heart of the town of Jasper, the Amethyst Lodge is an excellent 3* hotel which has been welcoming school groups from the UK for many years.
It has two indoor hot tubs, meeting rooms that can be used for evening use and an excellent restaurant. Student rooms are for four people sharing two queen size beds, while staff are in twin rooms.
Always a popular choice among our groups, this lovely three star hotel is located on the outskirts of Jasper.
All of the rooms sleep four students in two queen-size beds (as is often the case in North America) with staff in twin rooms.
All rooms benefit from en-suite bathroom facilities, TVs, WiFi access and mini fridges.
The hotel has an indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, plus indoor and outdoor hot tubs.
There is also a lounge bar area with a roaring fire, a friendly country inn-style restaurant and a gift shop.
Aprés-Ski at Jasper
aero space museum
If you have any students in your party that are interested in aviation or space technology, then the Aero Space Museum of Calgary is not to be missed.
Founded by aviation enthusiasts and WWII pilots, the museum is dedicated to Western Canada's history of aviation and space technology.
This iconic observation tower stands at 191m, offering panoramic views over Calgary.
Stand on the glass floor of the observation deck and look down on Centre Street, or enjoy a meal in the rotating restaurant.
Explore the wildlife of Canada, Eurasia and Africa at this fabulous zoo!
Calgary Zoo is the most visited zoo in the country and has an enviable reputation for conservation research, making this a great visit for the animal lovers in your party!
At Fort Calgary you'll discover how and why the city was founded here.
You can try on the uniform of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or spend some time behind bars in the fort's jail.
This fantastic living history museum showcases life in Canada from the 1860s to the 1950s.
Learn about the fur trade in Hudson Bay during the 1860s, discover the impact of the railways in the late 19th century and check out the incredible collection of antique cars!
TELUS Spark is an interactive science museum dedicated to bringing science to life for young people.
There are some truly inspiring experiences to be had here, from watching live surgery to training your brain in the outdoor adventure park, and even exploring the area's geology.
jasper aquatic centre
The Jasper Aquatic Centre features an 80 foot long indoor swimming pool, waterslide, steam room and a
children’s wading pool.
Try out Canada’s favorite past time – curling! The Jasper Activity Centre with the Jasper Curling club has facilities for groups to try indoor curling. The Curling Club consists of 4 sheets of professional quality ice, with Blister’s Curling Lounge
jasper planetarium nightly experiences
2 different experiences to choose from:
Nightly Experiences Duration 35 minutes
Enter our state-of-the-art 35-seat domed theatre and tour the world’s largest accessible dark sky preserve with a live guide, rain-or-shine! You’ll even get the chance to discover the “Canadian” constellations of the aboriginal First Nations, catch a meteor shower, and experience the Northern Lights. Located at Marmot Lodge.
Wild Nights-Stargazing in Jasper Dark Sky Preserve Duration 60 minutes
Look through the largest telescope in the Rockies LIVE and see planets, stars, galaxies and more. Our astronomer-in-residence will personally guide you around the skies above the world’s largest accessible dark sky preserve for LIVE views through the largest telescope in the Rockies. PLUS, you’ll have the option to learn how to use your DSLR camera to take amazing photos of the night sky. Available only to those who have participated in Planetarium show.
maligne canyon ice walk
This is one of Jasper’s most popular and impressive winter adventures. Your Sundog tour guide will take you to the bottom of the Maligne Canyon – the deepest accessible canyon in Jasper National Park – where you will explore frozen waterfalls, ice caves, and incredible ice formations. You will learn about Jasper’s Maligne Valley, Karst topography, and the mystery of the “disappearing” Medicine Lake.