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A scenic limestone canyon with waterfalls and walking trails.
Maligne Road, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Alberta T0E 1E0, Canada
+1 780-852-3583
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Really pretty place. convenient to get to. One of the top five places to see in Jasper! Food nearby if you get hungry. Trail is very easy to walk for most people.

Thank Dobbible
Reviewed 6 days ago

A must do on any trip to Jasper, any season. A walk to all the bridges is the way to go. Nature at its finest.

Thank looking4sun09
Reviewed 1 week ago

Maligne Canyon is definitely a must do when in Jasper, just a short trip south east of town but thousands of years back in time! If you have the time it's best to go the full route, depending on how much time you take to...More

Thank frombeautifulBC
Reviewed 1 week ago

Maligne Lake was very moody and atmospheric and the whole thing crowned by a sizeable male moose not only posing for photos but swimming across the lake! Worth seeking him out!

Thank 19John66
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The canyon has long paths so hikers can decide how far they want to go - great for long hikes or short ones. Something for all ages! The short hike offers great views and interpretative signs of water falls, rock formations and vegitation. Definitely worth...More

Thank fly0nthewall
Reviewed 1 week ago

Maligne Canyon will overload your senses. From the sound of rushing water to the beautiful winding paths, to the scent of wild roses on each breeze. Experience it.

1  Thank JodiP613
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We started at the 2nd bridge form the bottom (I think it's called 5th bridge). It was an absolutely amazing trip upstream as the canyon kept changing, becoming wider/narrower, the trail higher and lower, the waterfalls and cliffs... fairly easy walking but enough of it...More

1  Thank Amy R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth the walk along the limestone canyon with waterfalls and walking trails, amazing to see how the water over years has carved this stunning canyon.

Thank Corinne P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

These canyons are very steep containing many water falls. An incredible walk awaits you. You should do the full walk and not miss any of this amazing canyon. I've been here a couple of times over the years and I'm always amazed every time I...More

Thank Raroboy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A nice canyon to visit. Several short hiking trails can be followed on rather easy path ways. It can be slippery when it is wet due to rain or snow.

Thank Tamaragw
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10 November 2018|
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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
10 November 2018|
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Response from Raroboy | Reviewed this property |
You must be talking about Columbia Ice Fields. There is no ice walk at Maligne.
19 June 2018|
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Response from Canadiana25 | Reviewed this property |
On our own. Just follow the signs to Maligne Canyon. No need to go with a group it’s a very easy walk.