Jasper Winter Wildlife Search
Jasper Winter Wildlife Search OverviewLocation: Jasper, Alberta, Canada. Duration: 3 hours.
Witness Jasper National Park's subalpine areas for a chance to spot elk, deer, moose, sheep, mountain goats, wolves, and coyotes. Jasper National Park is renowned for having an abundant wildlife population that is fantastic to view in winter. Enjoy this wildlife tour along Maligne Lake Road, admiring beautiful frozen lakes and mountain vistas while keeping an eye out for wildlife as your minibus tour driver informs you about the largest national park in Canada's Rockies.
Jasper Winter Wildlife Search Information
What to Expect on Your Wildlife TourYour guide will personally greet you at your Jasper hotel where you will join a small group on board a warm and comfortable minibus. As you meander slowly down the valley, you will gaze out large windows taking in spectacular views over frozen lakes, rivers and snow-cloaked forests against a backdrop of snowy rocky mountain peaks. You will be mesmerized by the expanse and grandeur of this pristine mountain wilderness. Your tour will travel to seasonal locations, which are specifically chosen by your guide that day, allowing you the best chances of seeing wildlife in its natural habitat.
While the bears hibernate during the winter, many other wildlife species remain very active. The stark contrast of the snowy landscapes provides great advantage when it comes to spotting animals such as elk, deer, moose, wolves, sheep and coyotes, so be sure to keep an eagle eye for anything that moves. You can capture your memories through photographs from inside the minibus and at selected viewing stops made at the discretion of your guide. Along the way you will discover valuable insights into the challenges of managing and protecting wildlife within the National Park. Your professional local guide will be eager to answer your questions, as they passionately share the magic of Jasper's wild winter wonderland, bringing the stories of the animals to life.