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The following car rental agencies have locations in Jasper. Their offices are all in or near the train and bus station on Connaught Drive:
Avis Rent-a-Car: 414 Connaught Drive. Telephone: (780) 852-3970 or 1-800-879-2847.
Hertz Rent-a-Car: inside the train and bus station at 607 Connaught Drive. Telephone: (780) 852-3888 or 1-800-263-0600.
National Car Rental: inside the station, Telephone: (780) 852-1117 or 1-877-222-9058
Budget Rent-a-Car: 638 Connaught Drive Telephone: (780) 852-3222 or 1-800-268-8900.
All of them come with standard perks like free hotel pick-up, maps and travel information. Since these are large rental companies, they will have offices throughout North America, so you will be able to drop off the car at a different location, if you so desire.
Taxis are abundant in the town of Jasper. Caribou Cabs, (780) 931-2334, like many of the other taxi companies, has mini-vans and can move up to six passengers in each vehicle. Mountain Express Taxi & Limousine offers 24-hour transportation services in the Jasper area. They also have large passenger vans available for rent. You can write them at P.O. Box 2114, Jasper AB T0E 1E0 or call at (780) 852-4555. Mr. Taxi & Tours Ltd. can be reached at (780) 931-6479. Other taxi companies include Jasper Taxi (780) 852-3600, and Heritage Cabs (780-852-5558).
If you are driving yourself around the Rockies, you could consider renting a GyPSy Guide. It's a small device that you plug into your car stereo and as you arrive at points along your day's driving, it automatically plays tour commentary ... everything from geography and history to stories about where to watch out for wildlife and quirky Canadiana tales. (It will also highlight major intersections so you don't need to worry about missing an important turn while you are staring out at the scenery.) You can pick up and drop off in different areas and they have about 4,000 points of interest from Calgary, throughout the Rockies, and then down to Vancouver/Victoria. It's a good option if you want to learn about the area and what you are seeing, but don't want to take a guided tour.