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Coyotes and wolves and bears, oh my! See the stunning natural beauty outside of Jasper with this educational and entertaining guided winter wildlife tour. Hop in the comfortable van and don’t forget your camera to capture the wildlife and scenic beauty of the Athabasca Valley, Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. Learn about the history and geology of the area from the expert local guide, as the van gently rolls through the incredible nature. This is a must for nature lovers.

There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park, including Athabasca Valley, Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way, including Elk, deer, sheep, goats, coyotes and wolves. Maligne Lake is the longest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies. The lake drains into the Maligne River down to Medicine Lake - the disappearing lake. The mystery begins here. Thanks to its porous bottom and underwater caves, one of the largest karst systems in the world, Medicine Lake regularly drains itself. The lake, once thought by the indigenous peoples of the area to be the influence of various spirits, is still to this day a phenomenon that should not be missed. Learn about the geology and history of the area from the knowledgeable local guide who points out the flora and fauna of the area and explains why this area is so unique in the world. And during summer take a cruise on Maligne Lake.