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Maligne Adventures offers guided excursions with hotel pick-up.
Summer Sightseeing Tours
Wildlife watching, Maligne Canyon tours, Maligne Lake cruises.
Some available tours include (but are not limited to):
Wildlife & Waterfalls: a wildlife watching tour that takes visitors to the waterfalls of Maligne Canyon and stops at the disappearing Medicine Lake.
Evening Wildlife Tour: takes guests to the best places to see animals.
Winter Sightseeing Tours
Experience wildlife watching aboard a van or mini-bus with interpretive guide. The tours have stop for short walks and take guests to Maligne Valley where animals are active.
Ice walk tours will allow you to explore the frozen waterfalls of Maligne Canyon. Ice Walk tours are led by interpretive guides and include the use of waterproof boots and ice-gripping ‘super soles’. Evening tours will let you explore with a headlamp.
Call or visit the website for additional information on tours, times, shuttles, pricing and booking.
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Jasper's Adventure Specialists
Maligne Adventures offer a wide selection of activities geared for all members of the family.
The Maligne Valley Wildlife & Waterfalls Tour explores Maligne Canyon and 'disappearing' Medicine Lake, and includes your choice of a scenic cruise to Spirit Island or a guided lakeshore hike at Maligne Lake.
Join professional certified guides on an Evening Wildlife Search. We succeed in spotting wildlife like elk, bear, moose, bighorn sheep and deer on 95% of our tours.
Whitewater rafting in Jasper is a highlight to any summer vacation. Maligne Rafting Adventures offer family friendly trips on the Athabasca River as well as class 3 exciting whitewater on the Sunwapta and Fraser Rivers. Or try your luck at catching a rainbow trout on a guided fishing trip.
Winter in Jasper is famous for fantastic skiing at Marmot Basin. But there is more to see. Join Maligne Adventures for a Winter Wildlife Tour or a Maligne Canyon Icewalk, designated a Signature Experience by the Canadian Tourism Commission for its outstanding beauty and unique charm.