Jasper offers a little bit of everything when it comes to climbing. Superb alpine routes, world famous ice climbs and some quality cragging.
Here's just a LITTLE taste of some Jasper crags!!
Rock Gardens - A rock garden of history for locals. Home to some classic mind boggling limestone routes. Close to town with a good variety of grades. Popular early in the season and a nice reprieve from any hot sun that does occasionally get encountered here in Jasper. Click for pic.
Boulder Gardens - Short and sweet sport routes, with easily accessible top rope anchors. The perfect spot for early season climbing. Just yonder from the Rock Gardens. Click for pic.
Lost Boys - The perfect pumpfest. Big jugs, big roofs and bomber quartzite. Good mix of sport and trad. What else can you ask for on a summers day. Click for pic.
Watchtower - Beautiful, quality, upper end routes towering over the gushing Watchtower creek. A relatively new crag, laden with sustained sport climbs. Click for pic.
Tonquin Boulder - Tucked beside the Astoria River lies the wicked little boulder. Scattered with problems and near perfect landings, it is an ideal place to hang for a while. Click for pic.
Juno Wall - High above the east highway lies Juno Wall. It boasts the longest season with an abundance of quality sport routes in the 5.10 and 11 range.
Morrow Slabs - The slabs sit alongside the Athabasca River and has been home to the guided groups. Set back in the bluffs is a smaller crag that offers extremely well bolted routes, with easier grades.
Check out our links page for on line guides to climbing areas around Jasper and you never know there may be an updated guide book available one day. If you need more beta, route info or guide books, please drop in, we are more than happy to share our knowledge of the area to help you on your way.