Rocky Mountain Romance Karen Anderson, Ski Specialist

"Jasper makes a perfect twin centre holiday with Lake Louise & Banff. The drive between the resorts is one of the most stunning journeys I have ever taken, well worth doing in daylight so you don't miss out. The Jasper Park Lodge, which we feature, is a unique luxury hotel is a glorious setting on the banks of Lac Beauvert"

Dining in Jasper

Silverwater Dining Room

The Silverwater offers some of the finest dining you’ll find in the resort. It’s a part of the Chateau Jasper Hotel, and makes your meal all the more special by having an impressive water feature within the restaurant and a harpist employed to make sweet music five evenings a week. There’s a large menu with local meat and seafood sourced from the Pacific Ocean key ingredients.

Evil Dave’s Grill

Owner and chef David George Husereau isn’t very evil at all; there’s a story behind the restaurant’s name that you should ask about when you dine there. The menu is full of fresh food and fresh ideas and has a relaxed and friendly ambience for dining.

Fiddle River

Fiddle River is a great place to dine if you like the best Canadian cuisine with some of the best views you’ll find, right out over the Colin mountains. Dishes served include local beef, seafood sourced in the Pacific ocean to the west and local game. The restaurant itself is snug and welcoming with works from local artists adorning the walls if you can take your eyes off the food, the scenery or it’s after dark!

The Moose’s Nook Northern Grill

For the best of local fish and meat be it salmon, elk or beef, cooked creatively, try the Moose’s Nook. You’ll find an excellent selection of wines along with the fine food.