Valemount Travel Guide
Welcome to Valemount!
Valemount sits 120km (74.6mi) from Jasper and is a charming alpine village situated on the western slopes of the Canadian Rockies near Mount Robson Provincial Park. Visitors can explore the Valemount and Area Museum and Archives, which gives insight into the life and times of the area—s settlers and contains a restored 1914 Canadian National Railway station. See Chinook salmon spawn at the George Hicks Regional Park, and view wildlife such as waterfowl, moose and beavers, either unaccompanied or with trained guides at the Robert W. Starratt Wildlife Sanctuary. Experience the local geography by walking one of the many interpretive trails at the Valemount Jackman Flats Nature Reserve and end the day with a meal at one of the town—s dining establishments. Visitors can choose from restaurants that serve Korean, Chinese, Japanese and more traditional Canadian fare. Golfing, fishing, rafting, hiking and snowmobiling are just a few of the unlimited adventures that allow outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the natural setting and spectacular scenery of Valemount.
Relive pioneer days with a renovated 1914 Canadian National Railway station, fully outfitted caboose and trapper's cabin display.
Hotels & Motels
Set in the majestic Rocky Mountains, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Valemount Inn & Suites overlooks the R.
One of Canada's oldest forms of transportation, dog sledding is an exhilarating way to traverse across the snow.