Situated on the Icefields Pkwy, close to the toe of the Athabasca Glacier, the green-roofed Icefield Centre is a bit of a zoo in the summer, with tour coaches cramming the car park. Decamp here to purchase tickets a…
Charitable organization that runs educational programs, including walking tours and junior naturalist workshops. They also run Park Radio 101.1FM, offering weather and trail reports, local history and info. They run…
Come here for Parks Canada info on Banff and Jasper and to register for backcountry hikes. You'll also find some good geological displays, a local tourist information desk and a small film theater.
This wonderful information center is housed in Jasper's oldest building, dating from 1913. You'll find a Parks Canada desk and the local tourist information stand, plus an excellent gift shop.
The Parks Canada office doles out info and maps. This is where you can find current trail conditions and weather forecasts, and register for backcountry hiking and camping.
Parks Canada has a desk here where they dole out information about Jasper, Banff and the Icefields Pkwy. Check in here for current hiking conditions.
Opposite the Parks Canada desks in the Banff Visitor Centre, this info desk provides advice on accommodations, activities and attractions.
The entrance to the Parkway north of Lake Louise, where you can purchase your park pass and pick up a map and brochures.
For park-related matters and to report wildlife sightings (especially bears, cougars, wolverines and lynx).
An NGO providing daily avalanche forecasts via a website, a downloadable smartphone app and by telephone.