Rock Climbing Jasper National Park


Climbers and friends, to all contributing to the Jasper rock climbing bolt fund, I want to thank you for your generosity and allowing us to expand the potential that Jasper has. Lots of exciting information and beta will be coming soon  regarding several new multi pitches and new crags in the area. This summer will be a another step forward for Jasper in terms of development with several new projects in mind and some already in the work.
Tell your friends and others about the bolt fund, putting up new routes is hard work and can be time consuming but seeing the community’s contribution makes developers motivated to work even harder and put up more routes from all grades.
You can contribute at

5 new fully bolted multipitch in Jasper!


I’m happy to announce that has updates on new development happening in Jasper and the surrounding areas also as corrections from the current guidebook. While you are waiting for a second edition, you can get the latest news and updates regarding the rock climbing on this website. Here’s a link to the GPS & Updates.

If you which to see more rock routes development in Jasper, contribute to the Jasper Rock Climbing Bolt Fund


Rock Climbing Updates
Northern Exposure cover

On March 19, 2016, the Jasper National Park rock climbing guidebook was officially launched. There are now 2000 copies published.

The guidebook is now available online and in select stores. Buy your copy now and experience climbing in Jasper like never before!

This guidebook features:

  • over five hundred rock climbing routes, sport, gear and multi-pitch
  • over fifty boulder problems
  • detailed maps & drawings
  • hundreds of high quality photos
  • historical facts and much more!


Check out the media section for photos & videos of the area; or peruse GPS maps to find your way to these different rock climbing locations, all within Jasper National Park!