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When traveling to Jasper National Park, the journey is just as amazing as the destination. Whether you want to drive, take the bus or train be prepared for incredible scenic views and potential wildlife on the roads once you enter the Park. Below is some information on how to get here.

Getting Here

By Car

Trans-Canada Highway 16, also known as the Yellowhead, runs through Jasper National Park and is the main east-west 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 Trans-Canada Highway 1 near Lake Louise and Banff.

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By Train

Sit back, relax and enjoy the views that you can't see on the highway! This breath-taking experience is available year round through VIA Rail and in the summer months through the Rocky Mountaineer Rail Tours. Sawridge Inn provides complimentary shuttle transportation to and from the Jasper train station. 

Call front desk for pick up at (780) 852-5111.

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By Bus

The daily connector operates year round and is operated by Sundog Tours, our preferred travel booking partner in Jasper.

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To make a reservation or view the schedule and pick-up locations, visit Sundog Tours website. 

You can also get to Jasper using the Greyhound from Edmonton, Prince George, Vancouver or Calgary.