Skyline Trail Jasper
"Skyline Trail Jasper" is an odd term, so let's clarify it. The Skyline Trail begins within a short drive of Jasper, Alberta, in Jasper National Park, which is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
We will, however, continue using the term "Skyline Trail Jasper" in case, for whatever reason, you searched those specific words. But be aware you will not find it labeled as such elsewhere. You'll see it as simply "the Skyline Trail."
True to its name, the Skyline Trail Jasper allows you to stride near or above treeline for the better part of two days. Starting at Maligne Lake, you'll gain surprisingly little elevation for such a long hike. You'll have to gear down only once, midway, where the Skyline Trail Jasper ascends over the Notch.
Fast trekkers can buzz the Skyline Trail Jasper in two days and still have time to wallow in all the wildflowers. Allow at least an extra day if you want to roam the green ridges west of the trail between Little and Big Shovel passes.
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