Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

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Old Lodge Road P.O. Box 40 Jasper, AB T0E 1E0




Top Employer Award - Alberta Apprenticeship & Industry Training Board (2018) 4 Keys - Green Key Meeting Rating - Green Key Global (2018) #2 of The Top 100 Golf Courses in Canada - Canadian Golf Magazine (2018) #89 of World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses - Golf Digest/Condé Nast Publications (2018) Best Gold Resorts in Canada - Golf Digest/Condé Nast Publications (2018) #3 of Canada's Top 5 Outdoor - North American Traveller (2017) Green Key Environmental Award - Hotel Association of Canada (2017) #12 of Top Resorts in Canada: Reader' Choice Awards 2017 - Condé Nast Traveler (2017)

Venue Highlights

3D Event Space

Cvent Photo-realistic 3D Event Spaces give planners the ability to realize their vision down to the finest detail.


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (mountain)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds
  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Water sports
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters

Getting Here

The closest airports to The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge are Edmonton International Airport (YEG) and Calgary International Airport (YYC). Driving Directions From Edmonton International Airport (390km) Approx. 4 Hours •Merge onto AB-2 North via the ramp to Edmonton •Take Anthony Henday Drive exit on the left •Merge onto AB-216 West •Take exit 24 for Alberta 16 West/Yellowhead Trail west (345km) •Turn left onto Maligne Road (follow signs for the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge From Calgary International Airport (435km) Approx. 5 Hours •Head West on Airport Rd NE •Turn left onto Barlow Trail NE •Turn left onto Country Hills Blvd NE •Merge onto AB-2 N via the ramp to Red Deer •Follow AB-1 W/Trans Canada Hwy and Icefields Pkwy/AB-93 N to Lake Louise. •You are now in Lake Louise, 141 miles (228 km) from Jasper •Leaving Lake Louise, exit onto Hwy 93. Keep your eyes open, because the sign for Hwy 93 is easy to miss. Drive for 228 km - get your camera ready! •You are now entering Jasper. At the lights, turn right and follow the signs •The exit for The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is after the town site on your right •You'll cross a black steel bridge and follow the Old Lodge Road


  • Complimentary parking
  • Valet parkingCA$45.00 / day
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Distance from airport

  • 241.09 mi. from venue

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Meeting Space

Total meeting space27,470 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms18
Largest room9,884 sq. ft.
Second largest room9,856 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)Available
Exhibit Space25,000 sq. ft.

Floor plans

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms446
Single (1 bed)315
Double (2 beds)131
Tax rate5%

Local Attractions

Fairmont Spa

Our spa experiences allow guests to participate in nature’s gifts in the heart of Jasper National Park. We offer customized treatments to help you recover from long days on the golf course or the mountain trails. Whichever treatments you choose, The Spa at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge ensures an experience unlike any other—one that gives you the time and space you need to breathe, dream and reflect on the natural abundance that surrounds you.

Marmot Basin

20 minutes away
Located in the breathtaking, vast and ruggedly mountainous landscape of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin is a ski destination that inspires lasting memories. The national park boasts deep valleys that are home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, waterfalls and lakes frozen in time, carpets of thick, green forests blanketing the earth and the serene beauty of the snowcapped peaks carries on as far as the eye can see. One of these peaks is host to the 1,675 acres of superb slopes that make up Marmot Basin. Only 20 minutes from the town of Jasper, Marmot Basin offers 3,000 vertical feet of superb skiing and snowboarding. TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & DELEGATE EXPERIENCES Skiing | Snowboarding | Tubing | Terrain Parks |
Jasper, AB, CA T0E 1E0

Jasper Planetarium

Join our LIVE astronomy experts to explore Jasper Dark Sky Preserve – the world’s largest accessible astronomy park – inside during our world-exclusive domed theater experience and outside with the largest telescope in the Rockies. Inside the planetarium, your guide will share with you: local aboriginal constellations •views of the Northern Lights from Jasper •a ‘trip into space’ orbiting above the Jasper Rockies… •and onward, to the edge of the universe…all in about 35-45 minutes

Maligne Lake

48 km away
No landmark so perfectly epitomizes the Canada Rockies like world-famous Spirit Island on Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park . The 90 minute scenic cruise to this diminutive jewel has been crowned as the "BEST BOAT TOUR IN CANADA" by 8 million Reader's Digest subscribers. Located at the south end of the Maligne Lake Road, a gorgeous, wildlife-filled, 48 km drive from the town site of Jasper, Maligne Lake offers a myriad of activities to visitors. In addition to the Spirit Island scenic cruise, visitors may rent canoes and kayaks, fish for trout and hike. All adventures begin at the Maligne Lake Day Lodge where the full length windows capture the glacier clad mountains encircling the lake. TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & DELEGATE EXPERIENCES Hiking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Sightseeing | Wildlife Viewing | Boat Tours | Photography

Maligne Canyon Ice Walk

5 km away
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. The Icewalk Tour covers approximately 3.5 kms (2.1 miles) and is mostly downhill. Participants are required to dress appropriately for the weather. Pick-ups and drop-offs available from all Jasper accommodations. Please indicate your shoe size when booking as warm boots ice cleats will be provided.

Jasper Tramway

15 minutes away
THE EXPERIENCE of being gently transported into Jasper National Park’s alpine tundra will captivate all ages and is merely the beginning of an experience the whole family will cherish. Jasper Tramway is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial ropeway in the Canadian Rockies. Providing visitors with unprecedented views of six mountain ranges, glacial fed lakes, the Athabasca river (Alberta’s longest) and the scenic mountain town-site of Jasper. TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & DELEGATE EXPERIENCES Sightseeing Gondola | Hike the Alpine Trails | Wildlife Spotting | Snowshoe in Winter

The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course

0 km away
Stanley Thompson, Canada's master golf course architect, displayed his finest work with his design of The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course in Alberta. It's hard to imagine a golf course that hugs snow-capped mountains, meanders past glacial-fed lakes and through a wildlife corridor featuring elk, caribou, bears and wolves...but that's exactly what golf at Western Canada's number one Resort Mountain resort course has to offer. SUMMER: TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & DELEGATE EXPERIENCES Championship Golf Course | Golf Academy | Golf Workshops & Lessons | Group & Spousal Programs
One Old Lodge Road
Jasepr, AB, CA T0E 1E0

Athabasca Falls

25 minutes away
The 23-metre Athabasca Falls is not very high by Canadian Rockies standards, but the size of the river makes it one of the most powerful falls to be found in the mountain national parks. Pouring over a layer of hard quartzite, the falls have cut into the softer limestone beneath, carving intricate features, including potholes and a short canyon. Flowing from the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, the Athabasca River is the largest river system in Jasper. In 1810, David Thompson, Canada's premier map-maker and explorer, plied the Athabasca in search of a viable fur trade route to the Pacific Ocean. Discovering Athabasca Pass in early January 1811, David Thompson's route helped establish Canada as a country that spans the North American continent. In 1862, the Overlanders traveled along the Athabasca River headed for the Cariboo Goldrush, followed 30 years later by two national railways. Today one railway and a transcontinental highway follow parts of the river through the park. Recognized for its historical, natural and recreational values, the Athabasca was designated a Canadian heritage river in 1989. TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & DELEGATE EXPERIENCES Hiking | Sightseeing | Wildlife Viewing | Photography


Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Nestled between majestic mountains and enchanting turquoise lakes, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge welcomes you to the Wild Side of the Rocky Mountains. In the heart of the largest National Park in the Canadian Rockies, and as well, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, discover the tranquility, beauty and splendour that is the Grand Rocky Mountain Lodge Experience. With a plethora of wildlife, Canada's #1 Resort Golf Course, as rated by the readers of SCORE Golf Magazine, unrivaled skiing, exceptional regional cuisine and an abundance of outdoor adventures awaiting you just outside your cabin door, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge provides all guests an experience to remember forever. An inspirational Rocky Mountain setting, private cabin comfort offering an exceptional team-building environment, flawless execution of unforgettable experiences and almost 700 acres of outdoor opportunities, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge promises to elevate your executive retreat, conference, meeting, incentive or special event to the next level.


High season
Jun 1 – Oct 15
Shoulder season
Low season

Additional Information

Social Distancing is in our Nature. You’re likely to run out of days before you run out of activities and with over 700 acres, it’s easy to find soul soothing solitude. Fish or canoe in the emerald green waters of Lac Beauvert. Discover trails around the lake and forest, or visit the stables for horseback riding. The golf course is ranked #1 Resort Golf Course in Canada, and the golf pro is available for individual or group lessons. Take a wildlife safari for sightings of bears, bighorn sheep, elk and deer or hike to cascading waterfalls. Snuggle in a Muskoka chair and soak in the serenity. In the evening, count stars instead of sheep. Jasper National Park is the second largest Dark Sky Preserve in the world and the lack of light pollution is ideal for dark sky viewing. ALL Meet Well: Welcoming, safeguarding and taking care of guests is at the very heart of what we do and who we are. Today, this means partnering with top experts, investing in research and insights, and rolling out new standards of safety, enhance protocols and procedures which address our new "reality". We are proud to launch "ALL Meet Well" which focuses on the care and safety of guests and employees. Check it out at www.AllMeetWell.com