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JASPER, ALBERTA—Canada—Established in 1907, Jasper National Park is one of Canada’s oldest and largest mountain parks. And with the wide range of habitats found here, it is also home to a diverse collection of animals. Sixty-nine different species live within the park, including grizzly and black bears, elk, moose, big horn sheep, wolves, mountain lions, and even lynx. Planning a vacation to Jasper National Park to see wildlife? Visit early spring (April-May) or fall (September-October) to increase your odds of a sighting.
There are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife in Jasper, Alberta. Go hiking, visit the Maligne Valley or take a mellow rafting trip down the Athabasca River with Jasper Vacations. You can even spy wildlife while golfing the Canadian Rockies.
Check out the videos below for more information on the wildlife found in Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rockies.
Wolves, elk, and bighorn sheep are just some of the animals that call scenic Jasper National Park home.
See the Columbia Ice Fields with this video slideshow of a family vacation in Jasper National Park.
From skiing down pristine mountains to exploring frozen canyons, Jasper National Park is a nature-enthusiast’s dream.
See the scenery and wildlife of Jasper with this video slideshow composed of TravelPod member vacation photos.
Wildlife, skiing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking—there’s so much to see and do in Jasper National Park.
Get a view from on high, 8000 feet up, on top of Whister’s Mountain in Jasper National Park.
Meet the people behind the scenes at Jasper National Park, and learn what they’re doing to protect it for future generations.
Watch as a grizzly bear forages in Jasper National Park.
Man meets nature in this video of a deer wandering through a parking lot in Jasper National Park.
Marmot Basin and Maligne Lake Road are two great places to spy grizzly bears in Jasper National Park.
Remember to keep your distance when spotting a grizzly in Jasper, Alberta
Watch as a black bear crosses the 93A highway in Jasper National Park, before disappearing into nature.
Raft the the Banff/Jasper area's most famous river. Great for families, adventurers, stags, staggettes and corporate outings. Book now!
Winter Icewalk Tours
in Jasper, Alberta
Join us on the three-hour Maligne Canyon Icewalk, where you will discover frozen waterfalls and elaborate ice caves!
Whitewater Rafting in Jasper, Alberta
Raft the exciting Sunwapta or the Athabasca River, or try the Fraser River in B.C. Jasper whitewater rafting has never been so appealing.
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