Beauvert Lake Trail
The 5.3 km Beauvert Lake loop trail is a must-do when visiting the famed Jasper Park Lodge. See Pyramid Mountain from a new perspective as you make your way around this pristine lake. There are multiple starting points for this route; however, our route begins at the Old Fort Pt Road access.
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Route Description for Beauvert Lake Trail
From the Old Fort Point parking area, look for trail signs leading to Beauvert Lake. You will begin on the Valley of the Five Lakes trail and take a left at the first junction after 100 m. In another 100 m, you will reach another junction and stay right. Walk through the woods and reach the lake itself after 1km of hiking.
Begin your trip around the incredibly blue-green lake on the trail leading to the right. You’ll travel counter-clockwise. The first 300 m from here travels in the woods before reaching the shores of the lake again. Here, you will see the incredible Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge from the lakeshore. Continue along towards the hotel and cabins, admiring the historic grounds.
Follow the lakeshore through a horseshoe-shaped section and proceed to the southern edge of the lake where you began. After 4.0 km, you will come to the end of Old Fort Pt Road, a common viewpoint for those who choose not to hike. You will notice some hikers parking here to shorten their trip. Continue on the trail for the final 1.2 km to the parking lot.
Getting to the Beauvert Lake Trail Trailhead
To get to the Beauvert Lake trailhead, drive south on Connaught Drive in Jasper and turn left onto Hazel towards Stan Wright Drive. Cross Highway 16 and turn left onto Old Fort Pt Road. Cross the Athabasca River and turn right into the Old Fort Point parking area.
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