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Guide to Planning the Most Romantic Honeymoon in Jasper, Canada

Guide to Planning the Most Romantic Honeymoon in Jasper, Canada

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Planning a honeymoon in Jasper can be a lengthy process. To help, we’ve written this guide to planning the most romantic honeymoon in Jasper that includes where to stay, the best things to do, romantic places to eat, and all of the best spa and wellness centers to spoil your loved one!

Jasper is well known as one of the most beautiful places in Canada. Nestled in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper is surrounded by stunning mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, and an abundance of wildlife. For those planning a honeymoon or romantic getaway, Jasper is the ultimate destination!

To Bailey and I, the Canadian Rockies will always hold a special place in our hearts. For one, we got engaged in Banff National Park at the famous Lake Moraine. The moment was priceless! Being surrounded by such beauty only made the proposal that much more special!

Although we love Banff and think Banff is also the perfect place for a honeymoon, Jasper is just as beautiful and actually more quaint than Banff – making it a perfect honeymoon destination.

However, planning any honeymoon can be difficult. For many, including myself, the pressure can make planning seem almost impossible, especially in a place like Jasper.

Luckily though, in this guide to planning the ultimate honeymoon in Jasper, we’ll share what we got up to while exploring this romantic destination as well as the best places to stay, eat, and pamper yourself on your Jasper honeymoon! We hope to take the guesswork out of your trip and make your honeymoon in Jasper one to remember!

5 Most Romantic Honeymoon Hotels in Jasper

1. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge (Most Luxurious Hotel)

Cabins at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Cabins at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

First up is arguably the most luxurious and romantic out of all of the hotels in Jasper – the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. The lodge is located a little outside of Jasper town on Beauvert Lake on a large property that’s immaculate, to say the least.

The hotel features a range of different rooms including a stunning lakefront suite and as well as some “budget” rooms. All rooms come with the luxuries you’d expect in a Fairmont hotel, however, it’s worth noting that most rooms come without air conditioning (which in the middle of summer can be a problem for some.)

One thing I love about the Jasper Park Lodge is the property. With such a large backyard to wander, you actually don’t have to leave to enjoy a short hike or romantic walk. They also have a large pool and offer horseback riding and even kayaking experiences. In fact, I would consider visiting the Fairmont one of the best things to do in Jasper.

For those couples who golf, you’ll be in heaven at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. The hotel is located only meters from the Jasper Park Golf Course which features 18 holes surrounded by mountain views and stunning lakes. Golfing here is considered a bucket list experience!

Overall, this is a great hotel if you aren’t worried about your budget much. You could easily spend thousands of dollars between the activities, your room, and the 8 restaurants on-site. However, when it comes to value for money I think the hotel falls short. For that reason, I’d only recommend this hotel to those who want to golf or who have a budget without limits.

You can check up-to-date prices and availability of the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.

2. Pyramid Lake Resort (Overall BEST Hotel in Jasper)

The front of the Pyramid Lake Resort in Jasper
This photo does the place no justice!

As far as hotels for your honeymoon in Jasper go, I’d say the Pyramid Lake Resort is the best place to stay if you have the price in your budget.

As the name suggests, the resort is located on the edge of Pyramid Lake which is a little outside of Jasper town. With that said, the location is so stunning I think it’s the most ideal place to stay. In fact, visiting Pyramid Lake is one of the best things to do on your Jasper honeymoon – so why not just stay on the lake?

The rooms range in price but you can expect to pay at least $400 CAD per night. For that, all rooms come with a breathtaking lake and mountain view, balcony, and air conditioning. Basically you don’t have to leave your room to enjoy a romantic glass of wine with a view!

For fitness lovers who never take a break, the onsite fitness center is a huge bonus, and for those who want to relax, the onsite spa with a breathtaking view will blow you away on your romantic Jasper honeymoon!

Of course, for those wanting more adventure, Pyramid Lake provides the ultimate playground. With canoe rentals, nearby beaches, and of course Pyramid Island, there’s plenty to do nearby. In winter, you can also ice skate on the lake as well as cross country ski!

If you can afford the price tag, you won’t regret staying at the Pyramid Lake Resort on your honeymoon to Jasper!

You can check availability and up-to-date prices for the Pyramid Lake Resort.

3. Whistler’s Inn (Best Hotel Right in Jasper Town)

The spa at the Whistler Inn in jasper
What a view! Photo Credit – Whistler’s Inn

For some, being close to town is a must. I myself also love being walking distance to the best restaurants and bars. I also love the vibrant atmosphere of downtown Jasper, and if you do too, then the Whistler’s Inn is a top choice for a place to stay.

The hotel is located right on the main street of Jasper and you really couldn’t get a more central location. You’ll be walking distance to everything in town including banks, supermarkets, souvenir shops, restaurants, bars – you name it! You’re also across from the train station if that’s how you’re arriving in Jasper!

The hotel itself is also really nice and comes with the luxuries you need to enjoy a honeymoon in Jasper. Some of the highlights include mountain views, baths in all bathrooms, a rooftop hot tub, a steam room, and a great bar.

Overall, the Whistler’s Inn is the perfect option close to town for any couple wanting to celebrate their honeymoon with a few nights out in town (and a few drinks!)

You can check prices and availability for Whistler Inn.

4. Pine Bungalows (Best Hotel with Budget Options)

The Pine Bungalows  budget rooms from the outside
These are where the cheap rooms are at Pine Bungalows!

The cost of your hotel can really impact what you do in Jasper on your honeymoon. The more money you spend on a hotel the less you have for activities and meals out.

So, for those who’d rather spend their money on activities in Jasper National Park, the Pine Bungalows is the hotel for you!

This cute little hotel is situated on the outskirts of Jasper and offers a really cheap lodge room for under $150 CAD per night. Despite the price, the rooms are still really nice and they all come with a balcony and a mountain view.

Unfortunately, the room does only come with two single beds, which isn’t ideal for a couple on a honeymoon. However, for the price and amenities is a good option. If you want to spend a bit more then you can upgrade to a cabin which comes with a full kitchen and king bed!

In all honesty, there aren’t many budget places to stay in Jasper especially if you want to avoid hostels and keep that romantic atmosphere. So, if the price is a huge factor for you, then you should seriously consider Pine Bungalows!

You can check Pine Bungalows prices and availability.

5. A & A Accommodations (Best Airbnb in Jasper)

Airbnb’s are becoming increasingly popular and Bailey and I love them! They offer a more personal stay and usually come at a fraction of the price of a hotel.

In Jasper it’s no different, and there are a huge range of Airbnb’s available for rent. These range from private rooms to entire apartments. However, the sweet spot for a couple is a private suite.

A & A Accommodations is just that! It offers a private entrance to a studio suite with a kitchenette. You will be hosted by Jelly & Andy who on Airbnb, have a super host rating.

Although I can’t tell you the exact location due to Airbnb’s policy, it’s located within walking distance to the main area of town! The best part is that it costs less than $200 a night and comes with reviews that speak for themselves!

For more info on the best areas and hotels, read our blog about where to stay in Jasper!

10 Romantic Things to do on Your Honeymoon in Jasper

1. Go on the Maligne Lake Cruise 

Spirit Island fro the viewpoint visited on the Maligne Lake Cruise in Jasper
The views are spectacular!

In Jasper National Park, Maligne Lake is considered one of the most beautiful lakes, and the best way to explore the lake is on a cruise. I loved it so much that without a doubt, one of the highlights of my most recent trip to Jasper with Bailey was the Maligne Lake Cruise.

The cruise lasts for 90 minutes and along the way your guide will explain all about the history of the lake, point out mountains and glaciers, tell you facts about the area, and take you out to the highlight of the trip – Spirit Island!

For those who don’t know, Spirit Island is one of the most famous places to visit in Jasper National Park. When we arrived at Spirit Island I was blown away! We quickly got off the cruise for a short hike up a path to a viewpoint, and as we did, the water shone a stunning turquoise color!

This was one place that really lived up to the hype and in my opinion it’s a must-do in Jasper!

Maligne Lake is located around 45-minutes from Jasper via Maligne Lake Road. This drive is actually one of the most beautiful in Canada and is a must-do on its own. However, the cruise at the end makes the trip all the more memorable!

If you don’t want to do the cruise you can still visit Maligne Lake and enjoy the views from the lakeshore, but you won’t be able to get out to Spirit Island. You can enjoy some great hikes at Magline Lake though, such as Moose Lake Loop or Bald Hills Trail.

2. Take a Drive on the Icefields Parkway

Views along the Icefields Parkway between Jasper and Lake Louise in Canada
This is seriously the most beautiful highway in the world!

The most spectacular highway I have ever had the pleasure of driving is the Icefields Parkway between Lake Louise/Banff and Jasper. I’ve personally been lucky enough to drive it twice and each time it keeps gets more beautiful!

The Icefields Parkway isn’t a short highway and driving the road in one direction takes half a day if you plan on stopping, however, if you have the time, go for it! Driving this epic road from Jasper to Banff is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Some of the best stops along the way are:

Athabasca Glacier

Peyto Lake Viewpoint

Athabasca Falls

Big Bend Viewpoint

Sunwapta Falls

Waterfowl Lakes

My recommendation if you need to return to Jasper is to drive to Peyto Lake viewpoint in the morning and then make your way back stopping along the way. The drive to Peyto lake is 180 kilometers and without stopping will only take two hours. Then, spend the rest of the day stopping as you head back to Jasper.

Of course, if you can drive the entire highway I would! You can even spend a night in Banff or at a hotel along the Icefields Parkway to break up the trip. If you check out our Banff Itinerary and scroll down to the section on “where to stay on the Icefields Parkway” you can see all the hotels along the way!

Related read: For more detailed info, check out our blogs on how to drive from Jasper to Banff and our Icefields Parkway itinerary!

3. Explore Maligne Canyon 

Bailey on bridge two in Maligne Canyon, Jasper
Bridge number two!

One of the more relaxing activities to do in Jasper on your honeymoon is to take a stroll along Maligne Canyon. Located only 5 minutes from Jasper, Maligne Canyon is a stunning example of the power of water.

The canyon is 50 meters deep and at the bottom, a heavy flow of water continues to carve its way through the rock, forming magnificent shapes and huge waterfalls!

From the car parking lot, you can hike along a trail that visits up to six bridges. To do all six you’ll need half a day, however, the first two are the most spectacular in my opinion. To do the first two you only need half an hour or so at a slow pace. With that said, hike as far as you want and loop back by crossing each bridge to the other side.

In the winter Maligne Canyon is just as, if not more so, impressive! You can visit as normal and view the canyon from above or join a tour and take an ice walk along the frozen bottom of the canyon and view frozen waterfalls in what can only be described as a winter paradise. It is one of the absolute best winter activities in Jasper.

If you want an even more exciting adventure then you can do this ice climbing tour and scale one of the waterfalls in the canyon!

Regardless, in both seasons, Maligne Canyon is a must-visit!

Hot tip: This activity is great on a cloudy day when your views of the mountains would be hindered! Even in rain, Maligne Canyon is impressive!

4. Join a Wildlife Tour

A grizzly bear in Jasper National park on a wildlife tour
A huge grizzly bear we were lucky to see!

Wildlife can be found everywhere in Jasper National Park, and even on your own it’s likely you’ll spot lots of different species. However, many come to see bears and although there are a few around, they can be hard to spot!

In fact, in Jasper National Park I’ve only ever spotted one Grizzly bear while not on a wildlife tour. To be honest, I’d say the large number of visitors to Jasper keeps the bears away. But there is one way to dramatically increase your chances of seeing a bear (or even elk and moose) is to join a wildlife tour.

A tour such as this one runs in the late afternoon when animals in Jasper National Park are the most active. Tours usually run for around 3 hours and your guide has expert knowledge on where to find certain animals.

You aren’t guaranteed to see anything, but the chances are that you will, and depending on your luck, you could see more bears in one day than you’ve ever seen before in your lifetime!

5. Explore the Pyramid Island Boardwalk

Enjoying the views on Pyramid Island on Pyramid lake in jasper
Not a bad view on Pyramid Island!

Jasper is filled with iconic places to visit that you’ve likely seen plastered all over social media. One of those places is Pyramid Lake, and more specifically, Pyramid Island.

The small island and boardwalk offers visitors a chance to enjoy a short walk to the island to enjoy spectacular views from all angles. On a calm day, the lake reflects the surrounding mountains better than a mirror and the shaded benches make for a great place to enjoy lunch.

You can visit Pyramid Island in both summer and winter. Although the island is busier in summer, from the photos I’ve seen the island only becomes more beautiful in winter. Be aware though, the lake is frozen so bring your skates!

A leisurely walk along Pyramid Island is a really romantic activity and a great chance to get beautiful photos on your Jasper honeymoon.

Hot Tip: Book a couple of nights at Pyramid Lake Resort which sits right on the water here in the beautiful secluded location.

Important: Parking at Pyramid Island is very limited. To ensure you get a spot try to arrive early in the morning.

6. Hike the Valley of the Five lakes

A lady poses for a photo overlooking one of the 5 lakes on the Valley of the Five Lakes hike.
Just one of the 5 lakes!

I usually love tough hikes. You know, the ones that take you high above the valley floor so you can look down and enjoy breathtaking views that make you feel tiny. Yep, those ones!

Funny enough though, I fell in love with the Valley of the Five Lakes hike in Jasper. So much so that I’ve now done it twice. But what makes it so great?

Well, not only is the trail an easy two hours (4 kilometers) walk, but the trail passes by five breathtaking lakes that literally look like the color of emeralds. Up close though, the water is crystal clear and you’ll often see fish swimming at the bottom.

The lakes have the most color on a sunny day and if it’s hot enough, don’t be shy and take a dip in the cold water to cool off! Honestly, the Valley of the Five Lakes is a must in Jasper for anyone who loves short hikes and breathtaking lakes!

Related Read: There are also some great easy hikes in Vancouver, and if you’re traveling with your loved one, you might find our guide to planning a Vancouver honeymoon helpful too!

7. Relax at the Miette Hot Springs

woman stands in the miette hot springs with mountains behind her
Such a beautiful location! Photo Credit: Travel Alberta / Roth and Ramberg

What could be more enjoyable than relaxing in natural hot springs in Jasper National Park with breathtaking views of the mountains? Not much! For that reason, a visit to the Miete Hot Springs on any honeymoon in Jasper is a no brainer.

The Miette Hot Springs are located 60 kilometers from Jasper town and they are actually the hottest natural springs in Canada. From the ground, the water comes out at a whopping 54 degrees celsius and must be cooled to 40 degrees before it enters the pools.

As mentioned above, the views from the pools are spectacular and on a cold day the Miette Hot Springs are the perfect activity. There are two hot pools at the park which are manmade, however, the water is 100% natural. The main minerals in the water are Sulphate, Calcium, Bicarbonate, Magnesium, and sodium. These minerals are said to be great for the skin!

The best part about the pools is that it only costs $7.75 CAD to visit, but bear in mind that the pools aren’t private and you will have to share them with other visitors. To avoid the crowds, go first thing in the morning.

Note: Miette Hot Springs are typically only open from May to September. Be sure to check their website for the exact opening and closing dates each year.

8. Enjoy Winter Activities

Snowboarding in Jasper
Snowboarding in Jasper

Jasper is much more than just a summer destination. In my opinion, winter in Jasper is actually more beautiful than summer. I just love the snow-covered peaks and pine trees! Plus, around the holiday season, there is plenty to do in Jasper in December and well into the New Year.

So if you’re honeymoon is planned for winter don’t worry, there is plenty to do!

The first and most obvious is to hit the slopes. Marmot Basin ski field is one of the most popular in Canada and unlike others around Banff and Lake Louise remains far less crowded.

Next up, I’d highly recommend putting on some ice skates and skating across a frozen lake! There are a few to choose from as Jasper is surrounded by lakes with the best and most accessible being Pyramid Lake and Mildred lake. At both lakes, you’ll find lots of people skating and it’s free so long as you get some skates in town or bring your own with you!

Other activities to do in winter include the ice walk in Maligne Canyon, dog sledding, ice climbing, and of course photography!

Jasper is an exciting place to visit any time of the year, so if your honeymoon just happens to be in winter, you’re in for a real treat!

9. Ride the Jasper SkyTram

Views from the top of the jasper Sky Tram in Jasper National Park, Canada
Not a bad view!

The best views in Jasper are actually surprisingly easy to get to! In fact, with a short 7-minute ride up the Jasper SkyTram, you can enjoy uninterrupted views of the Rocky Mountains and Jasper town.

The tram takes you up Whistlers Mountain only a short distance from the summit. Once at the top, you can choose to take a short hike to the summit, shop at the gift shop, just admire the views, or enjoy a meal and drink at the restaurant.

If you want to hike to the summit it will take you just over an hour to complete the 2.4-kilometer round trip at a relaxing pace. Although a little steep at the start, the trail isn’t overly difficult.

The tram is open from 9 am to 5 pm, however, the Summit Restaurant is only open from 10 am to 4 pm.

Regardless, I loved my visit up the SkyTram and it’s easily one of the best things to do in Jasper, especially on a honeymoon!

10. Watch a Movie at the Historic Chaba Theater

The outside of the Chaba Theater in jasper
The outside of the Chaba Theater in jasper

Looking at the activities on this list, it may seem like I’m biased towards outdoor activities in Jasper. And that’s true, I mean Jasper is about getting out and exploring natural attractions.

However, the weather in jasper isn’t always ideal for this, so why not visit the local theater to watch a movie? The historical Chaba Theater in Jasper is the perfect place to escape the rain and enjoy a movie with your better half.

The theater is small but that’s part of its charm and what makes the experience all the more romantic! Plus, who doesn’t love a date to the movies to celebrate this special occasion?

5 Places to Enjoy a Meal on Your Jasper Honeymoon

To truly enjoy a honeymoon in Jasper you’re going to want to eat out at some of the best restaurants in Jasper. Below are the top 5 places we love eating at in Jasper!

1. Syrahs Jasper

Elk Steak at Syrahs of jasper
The elk steak is amazing!

For a formal meal in Jasper few places can compete with Syrahs of Jasper. The restaurant serves lots of meat that includes game choices just as bison, elk, and bore, but they also serve classics like Angus beef.

The service is really incredible and all of the meals I’ve had there have been amazing! This is a fancy restaurant, however, the mains only cost around $35 CAD.

Syrahs of Jasper is the perfect place for a romantic dinner in Jasper. It’s also one of my personal favorite restaurants in Jasper.

2. Jasper Brewing Co

Bailey enjoying her wings at Jasper Brewing Co while I get ready to eat my chicken sandwich!
A mid-chewing photo of Bailey at Jasper Brewing Co.

Bailey and I love craft beer with our favorite being almost any IPA. For that reason, we always pop into local breweries for a drink and a bite to eat. At Jasper Brewing Co you can try an assortment of their own beer as well as enjoy a nice pub meal.

Personally, I love the chicken sandwich and Bailey always gets the Korean BBQ wings complete with blue cheese dip! Although Jasper Brewing Co isn’t a fancy place to eat, the outdoor seating with views of the train and mountains make it a great place to relax and enjoy a casual meal!

3. Bear Paw Cafe

display window full of delicious baked goods at the Bear Paw Bakery in Jasper
This is easily the best place for baked goods in Jasper!

You don’t want to be “hangry” on your honeymoon (a term used to describe someone who gets angry when they’re hungry) so it’s best the start your day with a really nice meal. A tasty breakfast spot in town is the Bear Paw Cafe.

Although they don’t serve huge cooked meals such as eggs benedict, they have a huge range of freshly cooked pastries and muffins. Oh, and they make amazing coffee!

My personal favorite is any of the sausage rolls and the white chocolate raspberry scones (they are to die for!) So grab some breakfast and maybe even lunch to go and hit the road for a day of exploring Jasper!

4. Jasper Pizza Place

Views from the jasper Pizza Place
Views from the Jasper Pizza Place

The Jasper Pizza Places serves the best pizza in town. With that said though, there’s more to the restaurant than just great food!

The reason being is that they have the most beautiful rooftop dining area that, given you get the right table, has spectacular views of the mountains.

The best part is that even if you’re visiting during the colder months you can still enjoy the rooftop. This is because it’s enclosed in glass, has heating, and has a roof that can open and close. So no matter the weather you can enjoy the best pizza in Jasper with a view!

5. Spice Joint

Bailey poses with her grilled cheese in front of the Spice joint, Jasper
The Spice Joint is sooo good!

I’ve saved the best for last! My favorite place to eat in all of Jasper is the Spice Joint!

Now, this is more of a lunch-style cafe than a restaurant and they are only open from 10 am till 5 pm (except Fridays and Saturdays when they’re open until 7 pm), but the food is so amazing!

The Spice Joint is a Jamaican sandwich bar that serves the best grilled cheese in Jasper with a Jamaican twist. The restaurant is family-owned and operated and you’ll likely get to meet the owners when you go.

Bailey and I recommend getting the crab grilled cheese and the jerk chicken grilled cheese! Both are a little spicy but the flavors are delicious!

Spas and Wellness Centers to Spoil Your Loved One in Jasper

The view of the mountains from the dock on Spirit Island on Maligne Lake in Jasper

For a truly romantic stay in Jasper why not treat your loved one to a day at the spa? There are a few spa and wellness centers in Jasper and below are two of the best!

Wild Orchard Salon and Spa

Wild Orchid Salon and Spa is a one-stop shop for all the pampering needs you could want. They offer a huge range of services including pedicures, facials, massage, and general hair cuts and treatments.

They cater to women, men, and children so no matter who you’re with you can find something here.

Summit Massage Therapy and Wellness

Summit Massage Therapy and Wellness is more specifically a massage therapy center. They offer a range of different styles of massage from relaxation all the way to sports massage.

If a massage is what you need then Summit Massage is the place to go in Jasper!

Related Read: Find out how we survive backpacking as a couple around the world!

Parks Canada Pass Quick Info

If you plan on spending time in Canada’s national parks then you’re going to have to pay for a Parks Pass.

Single Daily Admission:

This type of pass is valid for one person for one day. It is ONLY the best value if you are traveling alone and only plan to visit a national park for one day.

  • Adult (ages 18-64) is $10.50 CAD
  • Senior (65+) is $9.00 CAD
  • Youth/Child (17 or younger) is FREE

Group Daily Admission:

If you’re traveling in a group or with family, you can buy a single-day admission for your entire vehicle (up to 7 people in one vehicle.)

  • $21.00 CAD gets your entire vehicle entry for one full day

Parks Canada Discovery Pass

The “Discovery Pass” is what Parks Canada calls their year-long (365 days from the purchase date), multi-park entry pass. This pass will give 365 days of access to all participating national parks in Canada. This includes the most popular parks like Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier, Mount Revelstoke and so much more.

  • Adult (age 18-64) – $72.25 CAD
  • Senior (64+) – $61.75 CAD
  • Group/Family (up to 7 people in one vehicle) – $145.25 CAD

Hot Tip: Although more expensive upfront, if you plan on spending more than 7 days in different parks in Canada within a 12-month period, then the Discovery Pass is actually the better deal!

Parks Canada Passes can be bought online here or at one of the Visitor Centers of booths at the entrance to many national parks.

Renting a Car in Alberta

The Icefields Parkway, Banff National Park
The Icefields Parkway, Banff National Park

If you’re arriving in Alberta via plane then I can’t recommend getting a rental car enough. Canada is a large country and traveling between cities and even just getting out to some of the best places to visit in Alberta requires transport. Although you can use public transport on some occasions it means your trip will not only require more time but more planning.

Car rental in Canada is relatively cheap especially if you get a budget car. The cheapest car with a pickup and drop-off in different locations is around $100 CAD per day. The price does vary though depending on the time of year and the type of car that you rent. For car rentals, I use the website Rental It’s a search engine with lots of deals with good customer service. In fact, I’ve used them all over the world including in Chile, New Zealand, and Australia.

Another popular option is to rent a campervan or motorhome (only for the brave in winter.) Using Motorhome Republic you can search hundreds of deals across multiple companies to pick a great vehicle and the cheapest price. Having a motorhome is a stunning way to see Canada and using crown land and campsites you can often camp for free or very cheap in the most beautiful places imaginable!

Canada Travel Essentials

Bailey stands on a mountain in essential gear for the Canadian Rockies
A windproof jacket and Buff will save you in the mountains!

Before you decide to head off and explore the gorgeous mountains, lakes, towns, and cities around Canada it’s important to have the right equipment. Of course, it’s likely you’ll have most of the basics already but there are some common items people forget that I never travel without.

Crampons: In winter crampons are super handy, but what people don’t realize is that they come in handy in summer too. In fact, up until mid-July, you can still expect icy conditions in the mountains. The pair I use is only $29 and they have lasted me 3 seasons so far!

Waterproof shell: Most people will have this item but I thought I’d include it anyway since it’s so handy in Canada. The Columbia waterproof jacket is a lightweight windproof jacket that will seriously save you in many situations. The best part though? It comes in pink!

Bear bells: These are a must and for the price, you shouldn’t hike without them. The bear bells I use are only $12 and they come with a silencer (a must) so you can easily travel with them.

Scent-proof bag (for bears): Most people think you only need to keep the smell of food away from you when you’re overnight camping. However, bears can smell the food in your bag while you’re hiking and the best way to avoid an encounter is to use a scent-proof bear bag. Basically, you put your food in the bag and the bear cannot smell it while you’re hiking. This is one item most people never have (I never hike without it) but it could save you and the bear.

Buff: I love my buff! Seriously, I go nowhere without it both in winter and summer. There are a few brands around but I always buy the original Buff (you know, the one from Survivor!) They’re a little more expensive but the material is good quality and both breathable and quick drying.

Dry bag: I have expensive camera equipment so I always travel with a dry bag large enough to fit some of my equipment. It can be a camera, book, binoculars, or even my keys. Regardless, a dry bag gives me peace of mind! The MARCHWAY bag is really good quality, and when not in use, takes up only a small amount of room.

Binoculars: I love my binoculars! Seriously they have come in hand so many times especially when I’m looking for wildlife. The best part is, I use a set that only costs $27 and they serve my basic needs without any issues!

Before you go…

Bailey and Daniel take a selfie at the top of the Sky Tram in Jasper
Thanks for reading! Oh and meet Daniel! He’s always behind the lens!

Jasper really is a romantic place to visit and one of the best destinations in Canada for your honeymoon. I really hope this blog has helped plan your upcoming honeymoon to Jasper and has taken some of the stress off your shoulders.

If you have any questions at all just leave them below so I can help! Also, if you liked this blog then be sure to check out all our Canada blogs or some related articles below!

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