Maligne Canyon

star4.6 · flag12
placeJasper, AB T0E 1E0加拿大
phone+1 888-773-8888
Maligne Canyon

Reviews

Jason Hussein

This is just for the route that hugs the canyon which is really short. The route is okay and picture opportunity are not as great as other places in Jasper. More likely skippable honestly if you are just doing short sight seeing. Thankfully this place does have reception in the parking lot so if anything would happen and hopefully it doesn't unlike our car which the brakes failed immediately as we got into the parking lot. Thankfully the town of Jasper is about 15 or 20 minutes away and we got a tow truck easily. Anyways after a 3 hr detour of getting the car fixed, we come to the canyon and walk around and there really isn't any good photo opportunities. Be careful as the rocks are smooth yet slippery!!!! So walk with caution or you might slip and become part of the canyon! Just kidding, it's all fenced off anyway! After you are finish, there is a gift shop and restaurant for you to shop through!

Jennifer Adhika

Amazing spectacular force of nature with the river carving out the canyon! The walk is great for the whole family. Just be careful on the bedrock. Even on a dry sunny day the rocks were slippery. We went to bridges 1 thru 4 and each stop was a unique view of the canyon. Great interpretive signs along the way. Awesome waterfalls!

Nick Kaminski

Amazing hike during the winter months with the frozen stream known as the maligne canyon ice walk. You can take tours through the area but you can also easily do it yourself. Amazing views, flowing waterfalls and massive frozen waterfalls. Ice climbing is typically done on the frozen waterfalls. Great hiking.

Ma K

どことなく日本の山奥の源流を尋ねたような風景です。川に削られた峡谷の風景は美しいです。時間に余裕のある型で、健康な方には4番目の橋までの散策をお薦めします。そうでない方は2番目の橋まで見たら引き返してもそんなに見損なった風景はないので心残りに思う必要はありません。

Daniel Robertson

I saw the great reviews and thought that this would be a great spot in the summer. The first half of the canyon has few photo opportunities. The trail markings and maps are some of the most confusing that I have ever seen. There is no clear direction on how to navigate the place. I have been wilderness backpacking and know how to read a map, but their maps were just illogical. Skip this place and head down to Mistaya Canyon south of Jasper. There are much better views and photo opportunities.

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