Maligne Canyon has long been an impressive to visitors at Jasper National Park. Most of them love the iconic beauty of the Valley of the Bridges and Trails this summer, but what if we told you that you could see it from a new angle this winter?
Instead of looking at the valley, you can walk on the frozen ground and discover magical winter wonders in the deepest canyon in the Canadian Rockies.
The guided tour travels across four kilometres of outstanding ice caves and statues created by Mother Nature, along the canyon and over its bridges with stunning views.
A three-hour trial also includes examining the entrance to the underground cave and excavating a century in the valley.
The previously frozen waterfalls have been wonderfully discovered in the valley walls, and extend under the limestone in a hundred-foot cliff. Some stopped in the middle of the creek and became an impressive strip of ice daggers.
These statues, which have become waterfalls, not only look great but also make the valley a popular ice climbing spot. Anyone can risk climbing these enormous ice patterns!
It is one of the most exciting valleys of the Rockies with hundreds of fossils. Your local guide will inform you of all the fascinating geological and historical facts you will learn during the trip.
On the lake, the rocks, found in the modern Malini Valley millions of years ago, had traces of coral and waves.
Whether you’re on a day trip or a night out and want to experience the dark snowboard atmosphere, this is going to be a great winter adventure, unlike any other.