Jasper is home to some of Alberta's most fascinating local wildlife. From enormous black bears to tiny pikas, from majestic elk to whistling marmots, there's never a shortage of unique animals to observe in their natural habitats.
3-3.5 hours, 5:30pm
An evening of exploring the wilderness and the wild heavens above. Join our guides in seeking out elk, deer, big horned sheep and more during the Wildlife Discovery Tour then meet up with a real astronomer at the Jasper Planetarium and finish the night under the stars with a look through the largest telescope in the Rockies.
New South Wales, AustraliaView all reviews on Tripadvisor →
18km, Departs 9am, 1pm, 2pm
Cowboy’s Way: This excursion offers the scenery of the first two rides as well as the rolling terrain that overlooks the Pyramid Bench. A spectacular trip with breathtaking views! This is our most popular ride! Approximately 18 km. 9 years old and up.
Andover, United KingdomView all reviews on Tripadvisor →
Immerse yourself in everything wild with this Wildlife & Whitewater Adventurer Combo deal combining Class 3+ Whitewater Rafting on the Mighty Fraser and an Evening Wildlife Search
New York City, New YorkView all reviews on Tripadvisor →
Explore a series of ice-age old glaciers that form the Icefields Parkway, riding 100km to the Icefield Visitors Centre. Stops are made to enjoy some of the most amazing viewpoints and attractions while travelling there and on the return. Wildlife is sure to be seen!
Whitecourt, CanadaView all reviews on Tripadvisor →
4 hours, Departs daily
Raft the Athabasca River on this 5 mile run with exceptional views of the Rocky Mountains and some lively rapids. Spend the rest of your day on our 3 hour interpretive Jasper Wildlife Tour and view some of the more exciting residents of the park; big horned sheep, moose, wolves, bears and much more…
Nottingham, United KingdomView all reviews on Tripadvisor →
As tame as many of these animals might seem, you should always exercise caution when viewing wildlife, no matter where you are. Maintain safe viewing distances (inside your car is best), and never provoke or try to entice them.
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