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Maligne Valley and Wildlife Tour
"There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park including Athabasca Valley Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way including Elk deer sheep goats
From CAD68.00
 
Maligne Valley and Wildlife Tour
"There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park including Athabasca Valley Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way including Elk deer sheep goats
From CAD68.00
 
Lake Louise Scenic Snowshoe Tour
"Begin your adventure with a thrilling 13-minute ride on the scenic Grizzly Gondola. Once you're at the top of the mountain explore Meadowlark while snowshoeing with your interpretive guide at the top of the mountain. Stop for a short break at the Eagle cabin viewpoint for hot chocolate and a snack. The price of this tour includes a guide sightseeing lift ticket snowshoe rental hot chocolate and a snack. The tour is approximately 2 hours in length and is suitable for all abilities and for ages 8 years or older. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket snow pants
From CAD69.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Jasper National Park

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Watch where you step!

Patricia Lake Loop, although a pleasant trail is a little spoiled by the clumps of horse droppings that are right in the middle of the trail. It would be nice if the horse-backriding trails had their...
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Especially for all those tourists who can't read.

Loved this little sign near the top of Whislers - it left you in no doubt of its meaning. Please observe the signs = the natural balance of fragile nature may depend on you. You may not notice the...
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Read and follow warning signs ... please!!

You'll need to click on this picture to see just how stupid some people can be ....... this couple went under the gaurd rails at Athabasca Falls and were walking on top of the falls to get pictures of...
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Crevasse

How dangerous it is to fall into a crevasse? It's deadly! Most likely you will be dead before the rescuer could get to you. And most glaciers are full of crevasses although some of them are covered by...
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When you're visiting the...

When you're visiting the Rockies (ie: Banff & Jasper), be alert for wildlife, especially elk! Elk seem to be the popular mountain animal in town - they're literally everywhere! Please remember that...
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Bears

We saw this cub near the northern enterance to Jasper National Park. There were tourists out of their car, with cameras in hand, attempting to take a photo as the bear was eating berries. People seem...
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Bears Kill

It is not an uncommon sight to see a bear crossing the road on standing on the verge of the road in Jaspe National Park. They may look cuddly but if you aproach, they may be the last thing you ever...
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Deadly Falls

Definitely not a swimming hole. And not a place for horseplay. It is so sad to come across a plaque at a beautiful spot such as Athabasca Falls and read how a young man fell to his death in these...
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Baby Crevasse

This photo shows the nature of a crevasse. Long thin fissures in the ice--kind of a fault line of sorts. The problem is that many crevasses are covered by snow or ice bridges so that the hiker or...
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Hiking a glacier

Glaciers are extremely dangerous places. The ice flows may be a mile thick, but the ice melts irregularly during the summer months creating crevasses hundreds of feet deep. Many unfortunate hikers...
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Dress Warmly

It is cold and windy when you are on the icefield. Be prepared and dress warmly! Also you should wear shoes that can let you walk on the slippery ice surface.
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Wildlife is everywhere once...

Wildlife is everywhere once you're in the wilderness. Here's a chipmunk storing food in Jasper, Alberta.
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Top Hotels in Jasper National Park

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Highway 93A, 2 km south of Downtown Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada
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Highway 93, Jasper, AB T0E 1E0
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623 Patricia Street, Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1EO, Canada
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804 Miette Avenue, Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada
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P.O.Box 2582/804 Patricia Street, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Top Things to Do in Jasper National Park

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Athabasca Falls

The last major stop along the parkway before you hit the town of Jasper. From the parking lot, it's a short walk to get your first glimpse of the falls. However, there's a nice system of several short...
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Canyons/Waterfalls

A really neat walk to take. There are two ways to do it - the actual trailhead called "Maligne Canyon" is up the road a little ways...you start at the top of the canyon and work your way down....
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Lakes

It was our last day, heading back to Calgary, so we decided one last hike would be the Valley of the Five Lakes. We started out from the parking lot - the guidebooks pegged this at about a 3 mile...
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Icefield - Snowcoach

I've yet to go on the Snowmobile experience... you can still get a lot of enjoyment just driving to the Icefields and walking about. One thing to pay attention to is the signs warning you about...
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Sunwapta River & Falls

This is one of those stops where it's not a long walk, so unless you are in a great hurry, it's worth the time to stop and take a peek. It's about a quarter mile from the parking lot to the viewing...
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Mountains/Glaciers/Rivers.

The afternoon of our last day in Jasper, we decided to check out a couple of the local sites. The first was the winding road up to Mount Edith Cavell. When we started, I simply thought we were going...
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Top 5 Jasper National Park Writers

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scottishvisitor

"The Wind Whispers Jasper"
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zrim

"Crown Jewel of the Canadian National Park System"
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Waalewiener

"The beautiful Jasper National Park in Alberta."
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windsorgirl

"Jasper, Mother Nature's Masterpiece"
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LoriPori

"WELCOME TO JASPER NATIONAL PARK"
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