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Maligne Canyon Hiking Tour

Guided Hiking, Sightseeing, Transportation Activity
April - October Season
3 - 3.5 hours Duration
Please inquire for families with young children Ages
Price: $74 Adult | $36 Child plus GST & taxes

April – October 2024

Experience our Maligne Canyon Hiking Tour!

The Maligne Canyon Hiking tour is one of the most popular summer activities in Jasper National Park. Your SunDog Tour Guide will take you to explore the deepest accessible canyon in the Canadian Rockies on a guided Maligne Canyon hike with hotel pickup and drop off or self drive options are available! You will learn about Jasper’s Maligne Valley, Karst topography, and the mystery of the disappearing Medicine Lake. You will see rushing water and amazing waterfalls on your journey starting at Bridge 1 and finishing off at Bridge 5 of the canyon. We will then shuttle you back up to the top of the canyon as an added bonus to keep you from hiking back up the steep ascent! 


Maligne Canyon

Views of one of the most stunning hikes in Jasper National Park with waterfalls and rushing rapids!


Guided Hike

Feel prepared on trail with our trained hiking guides, bear spray, hiking poles and guided interpretation throughout!



Hotel pickup and drop off included if you don’t feel like meeting us out there & full shuttle from the base of the canyon back to the top for your convenience! 



We provide boots, ice cleats and hiking poles for your convenience if you wish to use them. The boots and cleats are especially beneficial in the early and late seasons of hiking to keep you on your feet in icy areas and boots free of mud during the melt!

Of course! We offer pickups if you’d like but we’re more than happy to meet you out there if you’d prefer.

We always recommend giving us a call or email to ensure this tour is right for you and your children! You can reach us at 780-852-4056 or

Unfortunately, we do not allow pets on any of our tours or services unless they are certified guide/support animals. We love animals but some people have allergies and some people don’t feel as comfortable around furry friends as we do, sorry for the inconvenience! 

Dress comfortably for an easy/moderate hike, we recommend hiking boots but good quality running shoes with suffice if you do not have hiking boots. We will supply boots and ice cleats if conditions require them. Hiking poles can be provided upon your request. 

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