Looking to experience two of our favourite summer activities at a fraction of the price? You’ve come to the right place! Combine our daily Wildlife Tour with a Guided Hiking Tour of the Maligne Canyon and receive huge savings!
Maligne Canyon Hike:
Let our SunDog Tour Guide take you to explore the deepest accessible canyon in the Canadian Rockies on a guided hike with hotel pickup and drop off or self drive options available! You will learn about Jasper’s Maligne Valley, Karst topography and the mystery of the disappearing Medicine Lake. You will see rushing water and amazing waterfalls on your journey starting at Bridge 1 and finishing off at Bridge 5 of the canyon and then we will shuttle you back up to the top of the canyon as an added bonus to keep you from hiking back up the steep ascent!
Jasper Wildlife Discovery Tour
With thousands of pristine acres and a small population, Jasper is the ultimate place to go sightseeing and to view wildlife in their natural surroundings. Join our informative wildlife tour and discover Jasper’s hidden gems all while seeking out the regions furry original inhabitants! Elk, deer, bear, moose and mountain goats are just a sample of the many wild animals roaming the park.
Enjoy a hike at Maligne Canyon with one of our qualified, knowledgeable guides to keep you safe and informed. We’ll share history and information about the area, wildlife and much more!
Experience a sightseeing tour in Jasper National Park while on the lookout for dens, nests and wildlife!
Hotel or accommodation pickup and drop off are provided for all hotels within the Jasper townsite and locally surrounding hotels (Pyramid Lake Resort, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Beckers Chalet, etc).
Unfortunately, we are unable to bring along furry friends for safety reasons unless they are a trained service animal with proper documentation.
Absolutely! After April 10th our Wildlife Tour will begin in the evenings and our hiking tour is always offered in the mornings. Both can be done on the same or different days, whatever works best for you!
Don’t forget your camera, water, snacks and to dress comfortably! We’d recommend hiking shoes/boots for the hiking tour but a good quality sneaker will suffice if you do not have a hiking boot. For early/late hiking season we also have boots/ice cleats for your use if the trail conditions are wet/slippery/muddy.