Jasper Alberta Historical Treasures
Jasper Alberta's Historical Timeline
Jasper National Park
Canada's Largest National Park
Jasper Alberta's National Park is part of a World Heritage Site and has five National Historic Sites within its boundaries. Each Heritage site in Jasper, Alberta represents a rich part of Worldwide history.
The Jasper Information Centre was built in 1913 and is one of the finest and most influential examples of Jasper rustic design tradition in Canada's national parks.
Jasper Alberta's Athabasca Pass was a major fur trade transportation route traversed by David Thompson and early adventurers during the mid 1800s. A great Jasper historic viewpoint can be found about 25 km south on the Icefields Parkway regarding Alberta's Athabasca Pass.
The Yellowhead Pass was referred to by early fur traders as the "leather pass", which is also major Jasper transportation route through Alberta's beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Jasper House is the archaeological remains of an 1829 fur trading post.
Henry House is a Historical site of an 1811 North West Company post.