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Jasper National Park is an amazing place for lots of outdoor activities, one of the best being mountain horseback riding. Horses have been a great way to get around in the Canadian Rockies and Jasper National Park for long time, and going on a tour is a great way to experience how Jasper might have felt to pioneers, and is awesome for getting way out into this huge wilderness.
Camping via horseback is a great way to get out really far into Jasper’s backcountry, where you can sit around campfires in the mountains under a blanket of stars are always a pleasant experience, and adding the nostalgic background of horses and tents only enhances the adventure Jasper National Park can offer.
Horseback Adventures Ltd. is Jasper National Park’s premier company for guided horseback vacations, trail rides and pack trips for Jasper National Park, Willmore Wilderness Park and Rock Lake Solomon Creek and Wildland Park.
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Grazing Permits ($1.90 per horse per night) and Wilderness Camping Permits ($9.80 per adult per night) can be purchased from the Information Center (780 852 6177). There are thee-night limit stays on most campsites, while others are only two, and if anything it can be arranged to hold horses in stables overnight at Jasper. Call 780 852 3121 for more information.
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Note: Horseback riding is permitted everywhere in Jasper National Park except the folowing locations:
- Fryatt Valley
- Geraldine Lakes
- Merlin/Jacques Pass
- Jonas Pass
- Skyline Trail from Big Shovel Pass to Maligne Lake and on the lower part of the Watchtower Trail
- Eremite Valley
- Old Fort Point
- Wilcox Pass
- Sulphur Skyline
- Self-guided trails at Mt. Edith Cavell (Meadows, Path of the Glacier Trails)
- Lee Foundation Trail at Lake Annette
- Whistlers Summit Trail
- Maligne Canyon Trail
- Mary Schäffer Loop (Maligne Lakeshore)
- Miette Hot Springs Nature Trail (Sulphur Pass via Fiddle River Trail).
- All park picnic sites, campgrounds or camping facilities accessible by motorized vehicle and public use areas within Jasper townsite.
- The old mining and former townsite area at Pocahontas.
- All designated public beach areas.