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Ride the Steel Rails

Ride the Steel Rails - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$82.68

Ride the rails over the Yellowhead Pass, the border between Alberta and British Columbia, following the Fraser River, and past Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. The van tour includes stops for wildlife, points of interest including the Mt ... More info ›

Ride the rails over the Yellowhead Pass, the border between Alberta and British Columbia, following the Fraser River, and past Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. The van tour includes stops for wildlife, points of interest including the Mt. Robson Information Centre. Depending on the time of year, this can be an excellent tour for seeing bear, moose, eagles, salmon, deer, elk and coyotes.

At Dunster, visit the Dunster General Store, Dunster's answer to Walmart. They have everything from the mail to the chicken feed all under one roof. This is the opportunity for many people on holidays to take a short train excursion without signing up for traveling across Canada. The train trip portion is approximately 2.5 hours and the return to Jasper by van is 138 km with stops for wildlife and points of interest. Generally the van takes about 2 hours to return to Jasper.

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Columbia Icefield Tour including the Glacier Skywalk from Jasper

Columbia Icefield Tour including the Glacier Skywalk from Jasper - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$172.03

Be captivated by the Columbia Icefields view Glacier-fed rivers and streams, majestic peaks, peaceful lakes and broad-reaching valleys combine to create not only a harmonious blend of scenic wonders for you, but also a protected habitat for Canadian Rockies wildlife. Return to Jasper late in the afternoon, and reminisce about today's alpine experience!

This full day excursion follows the famous Icefields Parkway to the Columbia Icefield Centre ... More info ›

Be captivated by the Columbia Icefields view Glacier-fed rivers and streams, majestic peaks, peaceful lakes and broad-reaching valleys combine to create not only a harmonious blend of scenic wonders for you, but also a protected habitat for Canadian Rockies wildlife. Return to Jasper late in the afternoon, and reminisce about today's alpine experience!

This full day excursion follows the famous Icefields Parkway to the Columbia Icefield Centre. View scenic rocky mountain vistas and local wildlife along the way, with a photo stop at Athabasca Falls. Upon arrival at the Columbia Icefield, ride the Ice Explorer onto the Athabasca glacier. The connection back to Jasper will depart at approximately 1:30pm.

This tour is seasonal and only operates from May through to October.

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Jasper City Sightseeing Tour and Maligne Lake Cruise

Jasper City Sightseeing Tour and Maligne Lake Cruise - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$111.07

Discover picturesque Jasper before arriving at the world famous Maligne Lake. Cruise toward the south end of this postcard setting where you have the opportunity to stop and take photographs ... More info ›

Discover picturesque Jasper before arriving at the world famous Maligne Lake. Cruise toward the south end of this postcard setting where you have the opportunity to stop and take photographs. With dense forests and glacial peaks rising from the water's edge, capture sights you could only find in a National Geographic magazine!

This introduction to Jasper begins with a short tour of the town before heading across the Athabasca River to Maligne Canyon. Take a stroll beside the narrow limestone gorge and traverse the two bridges over the Canyon for views of water falls below. Next, the Colin and Queen Elizabeth Ranges make the Medicine Lake viewpoint extraordinary.

At Maligne Lake a 1.5 hour guided cruise provides unobstructed views of magnificent shoreline with dense forests and glacial peaks that rise abruptly from the waters edge. Near Spirit Island, enjoy an opportunity to go ashore and create your own photographs of this world famous spot.

On your return trip to Jasper be sure to watch for bears, deer, wolves, coyotes, moose, and eagles.

This tour is seasonal and only operates from June through to September.

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Jasper City Sightseeing Tour

Jasper City Sightseeing Tour - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$55.12

Enjoy a four-hour tour encompassing the Maligne Canyon, Medicine Lake and Maligne Lake. Breathe in the fresh Canadian air, in the spectacular Rocky Mountains! See the Maligne Canyon's narrow gorge and limestone walls, which fall a fifty meter drop, and marvel at the beauty and history of Jasper, set amid rugged alpine terrain!

Your introduction will encompass some outstanding scenery including the Jasper town-site ... More info ›

Enjoy a four-hour tour encompassing the Maligne Canyon, Medicine Lake and Maligne Lake. Breathe in the fresh Canadian air, in the spectacular Rocky Mountains! See the Maligne Canyon's narrow gorge and limestone walls, which fall a fifty meter drop, and marvel at the beauty and history of Jasper, set amid rugged alpine terrain!

Your introduction will encompass some outstanding scenery including the Jasper town-site. Stroll along the stunning Maligne Canyon where the two bridges over the Canyon provide views of water falls below. In the Maligne Valley, the Colin and Queen Elizabeth Ranges make the Medicine Lake viewpoint extraordinary.

When traveling out to Maligne Lake watch for wildlife; this valley is home to bears, deer, moose and big horn sheep. Eagles, osprey and an active wolf pack frequent this area as well.

This tour is seasonal and only operates from May through to October.

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Jasper SkyTram

Jasper SkyTram - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Jasper, Canada

From USD
$39.21

Experience the beauty of being gently transported into Jasper National Park's alpine tundra aboard the Jasper SkyTram. The ride will captivate people of all ages and is merely the beginning of an experience the whole family will cherish.

The Jasper SkyTram is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial rope-way in the Canadian Rockies ... More info ›

Experience the beauty of being gently transported into Jasper National Park's alpine tundra aboard the Jasper SkyTram. The ride will captivate people of all ages and is merely the beginning of an experience the whole family will cherish.

The Jasper SkyTram is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial rope-way in the Canadian Rockies. Providing visitors with unprecedented views of six mountain ranges, glacial fed lakes, the Athabasca river and the scenic mountain town of Jasper.

Your adventure begins at an elevation of 4,279 feet (1,304 meters) above sea level in the safety of an enclosed cabin. A fully trained and knowledgeable tour guide will accompany you during the smooth, seven-minute trip to the Upper Station located at 7,472 feet (2,277 meters) above sea level. During your ascent up Whistlers Mountain, your tour guide will inform you of the area, points of interest, animal life and history.

The high alpine is your destination, and the Upper Station offers a safe and unobstructed view that you may enjoy for as long as you have time. Stroll the boardwalks viewing the interpretive plaques and watch for wildlife. Alpine inhabitants include the hoary marmot (famous for its whistling alert call), white-tailed ptarmigan, ground squirrels, pikas and the occasional bighorn sheep. You may travel off the boardwalks and onto the hiking trails at your own risk.

High Altitude Shopping is Jasper's only high-alpine gift shop. Pick up an 'Altitude Junkie' T-shirt for yourself or a gift for friends and family.

This product is seasonal and only operates from April through to October.

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Whitewater Rafting on Jasper's Fraser River

Whitewater Rafting on Jasper's Fraser River - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$91.03

Take an exhilarating ride down Jasper's mighty Fraser River! On this 5-hour whitewater rafting tour, you'll have a heart-pumping time rafting down Class-3 rapids surrounded by awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies scenery. Keep an eye out for wildlife and spawning salmon!

While visiting Jasper, in the epic Canadian Rockies, experience the thrill you can get from nature on this whitewater rafting trip down the Fraser River.

From your launching point in the shadow of Mt Robson, take off down the Fraser River, which serves up great rapids and swirling eddies bound to soak everyone on your raft! After a short portage (carrying your raft over land to avoid dangerous obstacles) around thundering Rearguard Falls, you will continue down the river, splashing through large rapids dwarfed by the steep canyon walls ... More info ›

Take an exhilarating ride down Jasper's mighty Fraser River! On this 5-hour whitewater rafting tour, you'll have a heart-pumping time rafting down Class-3 rapids surrounded by awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies scenery. Keep an eye out for wildlife and spawning salmon!

While visiting Jasper, in the epic Canadian Rockies, experience the thrill you can get from nature on this whitewater rafting trip down the Fraser River.

From your launching point in the shadow of Mt Robson, take off down the Fraser River, which serves up great rapids and swirling eddies bound to soak everyone on your raft! After a short portage (carrying your raft over land to avoid dangerous obstacles) around thundering Rearguard Falls, you will continue down the river, splashing through large rapids dwarfed by the steep canyon walls. This trip provides great opportunities to spot wildlife and seasonal spawning salmon.

Rapids are classed from 1 to 6, 6 being the most difficult. This tour takes you down Class-3 rapids, which are considered intermediate, making this an exciting, wet and adrenaline-producing trip for all experience levels. Rafters must be 12 years of age or older and weight at least 90 lbs (41 kgs).

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