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We did the ice walk through the Canyon in February and it was spectacular. We were there on a Wednesday, and it wasn't too crowded. We decided against a guided tour as I like to take my time taking pictures, and don't like to have...More
This is a great place to visit in the winter. The frozen wonderland is basically a slice through the earth creating a beautiful narrow canyon, and absolutely amazing. They have a great trail, well-marked, well-fenced, and safe even when the ground is snow-packed. Incredible photo...More
This was booked for me as part of a larger tour
I went with a guide named Paula, from walks and talks. Getting a guide really is a good way to explore. Paula explained so much about the history, the plants, the trees, the animals,...More
the trail thatran alongside the maligne canyon offerred breathtaking views of the river as it traveled down the steep sided mountain. following it down the trail was great. hauling ourselves back up agterwards not so much sorry i was there 40 years ago but it...More
I'm Lola, Alberta Spokesgrrl for AireCanada Airedale Terrier Rescue, and Stanley, Canine Ambassador at Jasper Park Lodge, recommended taking my family on this great hike. OMD, was he right! The bridges give spectacular views of the canyon. And the frozen waterfalls, wow! If you listen...More
Maligne Canyon offers breath taking views. I recommend taking 2 to 4 hours walking around and enjoying what nature has given us. The canyon is very family friendly. Since this does not cost any money I highly recommend Maligne Canyon if you are staying in...More
Great hike in the winter to see frozen waterfalls. I do recommend spikes or some sort of show traction as the stairs and bridges are quite icy. The views are breath taking and you may even get to see some ice climbers on the falls.
Response from Stephen M | Reviewed this property |
Yes sort of you need to ride a bus to walk on the icefields, I am not sure if you need a guide after arrival....if you meant hiking in Maligne canyons in the winter when it is frozen I am sure you would need a guide for that... More
Yes sort of you need to ride a bus to walk on the icefields, I am not sure if you need a guide after arrival....if you meant hiking in Maligne canyons in the winter when it is frozen I am sure you would need a guide for that also