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Jasper National Park Aerial SkyTram Sightseeing Tickets

by Jasper SkyTram
per adult Price is 35 €
Duration: 5h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Ride the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada

  • Jasper's best view on a 7.5 minute flight on the SkyTram

  • View six mountain ranges from Whistlers Mountain summit

  • Chance to see wildlife like the hoary marmot & bighorn sheep

  • Dine in the Summit Restaurant at the top of the Rockies

Highlights

  • Ride the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada

  • Jasper's best view on a 7.5 minute flight on the SkyTram

  • View six mountain ranges from Whistlers Mountain summit

  • Chance to see wildlife like the hoary marmot & bighorn sheep

  • Dine in the Summit Restaurant at the top of the Rockies

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Jasper SkyTram Ticket in English

Duration 5h

Live commentary in English during the tram flight.

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Total price is 34, taxes included

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Jasper National Park Aerial SkyTram Sightseeing Tickets

Activity Location

Jasper SkyTram

Jasper T0E 1E0

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Jasper SkyTram Lower Station

    Jasper SkyTram Whistlers Road

    Jasper T0E 1E0


Description

Take in Jasper's best view with a ride on Jasper SkyTram, Canada’s longest and highest guided aerial tramway. Soar above the forest, watching for wildlife below, as you gently climb towards the upper station located at an elevation of 2,263 metres (7,425 feet) in an alpine environment.

As you climb on board your enclosed tram cabin for the ride to the top, a knowledgeable guide will accompany you on the flight to share insights about the area, its history and the wealth of wildlife nearby. Over the course of your 7.5 minute ride, enjoy incredible views of the largest park in the UNESCO Canadian Rockies World Heritage Site. When you arrive at the upper station you can take a stroll on the board walk to read the interpretive panels. Try the 1.4 km (0.9 mile) Summit Trail hike to the top of Whistlers Mountain at 2,463 metres (8,081 feet) to view six mountain ranges. Along the way, you might spot golden-mantled ground squirrels, hoary marmots and sometimes even Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

Try snowshoeing at the top of the Canadian Rockies from late March to early May. Plan your trip in September or October to enjoy Star Sessions. Both experiences take place around the upper station of Jasper SkyTram.

Before you leave the mountain, make sure to stop at the Summit Restaurant for a meal at the top of the Canadian Rockies. Visit the gift shops at the upper or lower stations, where you can purchase a souvenir for friends back home of your memorable trip.


Inclusions

  • Roundtrip on the Jasper SkyTram

  • All applicable taxes and fees

  • Free parking at lower station


Exclusions

  • Food and drinks

  • Additional activities such as snowshoeing


Know Before You Book

  • Children under 6 years are complimentary, but must be accompanied with a paid adult on the tram.

  • Wheelchair accessible, except the Summit Restaurant on the first floor of the upper station and the 1.4 km Summit Trail.

  • Well-behaved dogs on a leash are welcome on the SkyTram when a ticket is purchased on-site.

  • Each cabin is staffed with a trained, English-speaking operator who will be happy to provide information and answer questions.

  • Jasper SkyTram is located on Whistlers Road, 7 km south of Jasper off Hwy 93.

  • Wear sturdy footwear if you plan to explore the trails. Snowshoe rentals are available at the upper station from late March to early May.


Jasper National Park Aerial SkyTram Sightseeing Tickets ratings based on 10 verified reviews

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4.3 out of 5

5/5 4 Oct 2019

We liked the organisation of the Skytram. Once you buy a ticket you are in a boarding group and it’s made clear how long you have to wait. You are called to a pre-boarding area about 15 mins before your boarding. Then given a welcome and a briefing. You’re invited to view the workings of the Skytram. The trip up is about 7 mins & you’re given some commentary by a friendly ‘driver’. Once up the top there’s a few viewing platforms with some interpretive signage. A small souvenir shop and a restaurant upstairs which we thought was overpriced. There are signs warning you the skytam’s responsibility ends once you step off the boardwalk. I could see why as the signs from Parks Canada were encouraging visitors to climb the summit of Mount Whistlers. However when we were there it was snowy and the path was Ivey and very slippery,we walked some of the way in the side tracks to see some views. Unfortunately it was a cloudy day for us & the visibility wasn’t good. It’s still amazing to be on a m