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Trail map-guides for hiking and biking
in the Canadian Rockies

Jasper National Park & Maligne Lake
Also includes the Tonquin Valley

Visitor maps for Jasper National Park, Maligne Lake

Click here for an overview of the Jasper - Maligne Lake map (191Kb)

Scale: 1:100 000

ISBN: 978-1-895526-88-2
8th edition - Waterproof and relief-shaded

Retail: $14.95

Full color 27 x 39 folded to 4.5 x 9.5 inches

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This map covers the most popular hiking and mountain biking terrain in Jasper National Park, from Miette Hot Springs and Maligne Lake in the north, west to Jasper townsite and the Tonquin Valley, and south to Fortress Lake.

Premier day hikes on this map include Bald Hills, Opal Hills, Cavell Meadows, Sulphur Skyline and Valley of the Five Lakes. Multi-day hikes such as the Skyline Trail, Tonquin Valley, Fortress Lake, Geraldine Lakes, Athabasca Pass (Alberta side) and Fryatt Valley are shown in their entirety on this map.

Mountain biking enthusiasts can choose from more than ten trails, ranging from intermediate rides with varied terrain to more strenuous, technical outings.

On the back of the map are trail descriptions and photos of 18 recommended day hikes, four overnight or multi-day trips and six classic mountain bike rides. Each of these described trails is referenced and colour-coded to the map on the front. Also on the back is contact information for Jasper National Park, as well for as the three backcountry lodges located in the Tonquin Valley and on the Skyline Trail.

(For more detailed coverage of the trails around Jasper townsite and a guide to what to see and do there, see Jasper Up-Close at 1:35 000.)

In addition to the standard features, this map also includes:

  • contour lines at 50-metre intervals (150 feet)
  • full color on both sides

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Last update: June 20, 2017

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