Embrace Winter in Jasper
Find your perfect Jasper adventure. Escape the house and fall in love with winter in Jasper. With breathtaking mountains, iconic wildlife and magnificent frozen waterfalls, it’s the perfect time to visit Jasper and embrace all that winter has to offer.
When you book two or more experiences with SunDog Tours, you save 15% on both of the experiences!
For Example: Catch the SunDog Connector to Jasper, then book a Maligne Canyon Icewalk Tour – and you’ll save 15% off both!
Just use Promo Code SAVE15 in your shopping cart today.
This is one of Jasper’s most popular and impressive winter adventures.
Your Sundog tour guide will take you to the bottom of the Maligne Canyon – the deepest accessible canyon in Jasper National Park – where you will explore frozen waterfalls, ice caves, and incredible ice formations.
You will learn about Jasper’s Maligne Valley, Karst topography, and the mystery of the “disappearing” Medicine Lake.
Join SunDog Tours on our daily Winter Wildlife Discovery Tour. Our knowledgeable guides are trained to seek out all of the park’s most iconic creatures.
Big or small, there are lots of animals to see in Jasper! Elk, deer, sheep, goats, coyotes, wolves, and moose are just a sample of Jasper’s wild mountain fauna.
This tour is the perfect way to spend a morning and your best opportunity to see the wildlife during the winter in Jasper!
Enjoy the views of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies as you relax on this comfortable train journey. With 2 separate options on Via Rail’s Skeena train, you will be transported along the shores of the mighty Fraser River and into British Columbia’s Robson Valley.
Spend half your day enjoying scenic views from the train and the other half of your tour adventuring on our Sightseeing Coach bus where our guide will show you all of the best sights and photo opportunities between British Columbia and Alberta!
Our Snowshoe Tours offer an exciting way to discover Jasper National Park in the winter.
Our knowledgeable guides are well versed in the history, geology, and ecology of the area and will provide commentary as you explore the mountain wilderness, search for animal tracks, and listen for the song of the chickadee.