Golf the Fairmont in Jasper National Park

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Written by Banff Hitch Hiker posted on Thursday, April 15th, 2010

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Golf the Fairmont in Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park, Alberta

After many months of winter, it feels like being a kid on Christmas Day when you step onto the opening tee box for your first golf shot of the year. There is that beautiful smell of fresh cut grass, the cobalt blue skies and of course the dramatic backdrop of the Canadian Rockies. Regardless of your handicap, it would be impossible not to enjoy a game of golf in places like Banff, Kananaskis and Jasper. Consistently voted one of North America’s best golf courses, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course is something special.

The beautiful Fairmont Golf Course.

Located on the grounds of the famous and luxurious Jasper Park Lodge, the golf course skirts around beautiful lakes, ducks relax in the pond and elk and other wildlife walk curiously along the perfectly manicured courses. There are few places in the world where you can feel so relaxed even if you are having the worst game of your life. Even Tiger Woods could feel relaxed out here away from his many female fans!

The combination of staying in one of the most stunning National Parks in the world in one of the best hotels with perhaps Canada’s best golf course on your door step is enough to drive a person insane with happiness. Luckily enough, the Fairmont has made this all the more feasible with offers such as ‘Golf for Free’. This package includes one round of golf per adult, golf cart rental, range balls, club storage and of course accommodations. Rates start at $299 per room per night for this memorable vacation in Jasper.

For more information – Visit the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Old Lodge Road

Jasper, Alberta




TOLL FREE: 1(866) 540-4454

International Numbers


TEL (780) 852-3301

FAX (780) 852-5107

E-MAIL jasperparklodge at

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