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Jasper SkyTram Flight Tickets

  • Live guide in English
  • Group of max. 14 people
Out of season
  • Roundtrip on the Jasper SkyTram
  • English-speaking operator
  • All applicable taxes and fees
  • Free parking
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Joy,  Canada Canada
05 Aug 2022
Excellent
Amazing. My sister in love and I are terrified of edges in high places. The tram host talking was a huge help for us to forget our fear and we loved our experience. Thank you so much. ❤️👍🏽
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Anonymous
23 Jul 2022
Excellent
Fantastic, informative, friendly very nice, helpful. The weather was wonderful, we could see for miles, attendant gave us a lot of information. We have never been hete so anything he had to tell...
Fantastic, informative, friendly very nice, helpful. The weather was wonderful, we could see for miles, attendant gave us a lot of information. We have never been hete so anything he had to tell us was important.
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Vannah,  Canada Canada
04 Apr 2021
Average
Overall experience was pretty good! The schedule was behind the girls providing coffee were a little annoyed with me. The experience on the gondola was great! My children loved it
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About: Jasper SkyTram

Initially built in 1964, Jasper SkyTram remains Canada’s longest and highest, guided aerial tramway. Visitors gain 1,005 meters in elevation as they soar through the Canadian Rockies to disembark at the upper station (2,263 meters above sea level) where the alpine environment awaits them.

Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Jasper SkyTram
Whistlers Rd, AB T0E 1E0, Jasper
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