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HI Mount Edith Cavell, Wilderness Hostel

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HI Mount Edith Cavell

HI Mount Edith Cavell, Wilderness Hostel

1.866.762.4122
Cavell Road
Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0

Backed by the towering Mount Edith Cavell, this spot is a favourite for hikers, cyclists and even cross-country skiers. The unique location of the hostel gives guests easy access to the breathtaking views of Angel Glacier and Cavell Meadows. Many backcountry adventurists use it as a base to explore the backcountry trails of the Tonquin Valley.

Important: Hostel reservations are required. No walk-ins please.


Highlights
  • Take in the beauty of Mount Edith Cavell
  • Explore the trails of the Tonquin Valley
  • Living off-the-grid, no electricity, no running water
Reservations & Other Inquiries
1.866.762.4122
1.778.328.2220
Useful Info

Open: June 19 - Sept 18, 2017 (Reservations required)
           Feb - May 10, 2017 (Ski-in, key access ONLY)
           Check seasonal schedule
Check-in: 17:00 - 20:00
Check-out: 10:00

Amenities

  • Free parking
    Free parking
  • Tourist Info
    Tourist Info
  • Campfire
    Campfire
  • Kitchen
    Kitchen
  • Lounge
    Lounge
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A glimpse of the hostel

HI Mount Edith Cavell
HI Mount Edith Cavell
HI Mount Edith Cavell
Lounge
Lounge
Kitchen
Shared Room
Shared Room
Skiing in Jasper National Park
Ice Climbing

Beds & Rooms

Shared Rooms

16-Bed Cabin

Our two sleeping cabins each sleep 16 guests in bunks and they each have a wood-burning fireplace to keep things cozy.  Outhouse facilities are nearby.

  • Linens
    Linens
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Group Bookings

HI Mount Edith Cavell is the perfect spot for groups seeking adventure. In the summer, set out on any of the many trailheads for all levels. In the winter, the hostel is accessible by a mild and stunning 12km cross-country ski or snowshoe trip. The hostel has two 16-bed dormitories, an inviting fire pit and a spacious kitchen for group use.

Groups Information

HI-Mount Cavell Hostel is also a great launching point for more backcountry adventures.

Matt Clark, The Outbound Collective

Gorgeous views and cozy, family style accommodations. Loved the rugged living. James made our stay comfortable and we loved meeting new friends.

Laura Omeljaniuk

Shared a night lying on benches by a fire to see a meteor shower will live long in the memory. As will sharing a BBQ with James and fellow guests

Sarah B

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HI hostels  are all over the country at ideal stopping points. With a hostel, you’ll get a comfy place to sleep, kitchen facilities to help you feed yourself while sticking to a budget, hot showers and you’ll still get to meet other backpackers along the way (and maybe pick up a new passenger), which is a heck of a lot better than trying to sleep in your car.

March 28, 2017
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A recent report by the QMI agency was released on the Journal de Québec website recently. It said that in the last decade 60,855 young people from across Canada came to work in Alberta. Impressive, right? Is it a search for adventure or for money? Whichever you're after, you've come to the right place!

April 10, 2017
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HI Mount Edith Cavell, Wilderness Hostel

No fees. No deposit.