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Book Jasper Jasper National Park Activities and Attractions
Booking attractions in Jasper National Park, located in Alberta, Canada. Jasper National Park has a variety of incredible experiences for nature enthusiasts, from stunning mountain landscapes to abundant wildlife. Jasper National Park is one of the largest and most northerly of the Rocky Mountain national parks, offering a sublime expanse of untamed wilderness for visitors to explore. It spans over 11,000 square kilometers (4,200 square miles) and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site that also includes Banff National Park, Yoho National Park, and others in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks system.

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Jasper Morning Wildlife Tour

Book Jasper Morning Wildlife Tour

Jasper Morning Wildlife Tours

Admire Jasper's diverse wildlife in the Canadian wilderness on this 3.5-hour Morning tour from Jasper. Experience a Jasper National Park wildlife tour led by an expert wildlife tour guide. Visit Jasper's special locations inhabited by grizzly bears, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, moose, elk, and more. Your small group wildlife tour includes Jasper hotel pickup and drop-off at your request.

Location: Jasper, Alberta. Duration: 3.5hrs

The selected tour route is at the discretion of your wildlife guide, so you will have the best chance to spot wildlife. Learn of the steps taken to ensure Jasper's wildlife survival in the park, and gain insight into this region's rich ecology, history and geology. This is a must for nature lovers.

Book Jasper Morning Wildlife Tour

Jasper Wildlife Tours

Guided Jasper National Park Wildlife Watching Tours


These tours take visitors to prime wildlife viewing areas within Jasper National Park, including valleys, meadows, and forested areas where animals are commonly spotted.


Opportunities to see a variety of wildlife species, including elk, deer, bighorn sheep, bears, and more. Guides provide insights into animal behavior, ecology, and conservation efforts.


Half-day to full-day tours, depending on the itinerary and wildlife sightings.

Jasper Wildlife Photography Tours


Designed for photography enthusiasts, these tours provide opportunities to capture stunning images of Jasper's wildlife and landscapes under the guidance of experienced wildlife photographers.


Learn photography techniques and tips for capturing wildlife in action, from close-up portraits to sweeping landscapes. Guides assist with composition, lighting, and camera settings.


Half-day to full-day tours, with flexible itineraries based on photography interests and opportunities.

Birdwatching Tours


Led by experienced birding guides, these tours focus on spotting and identifying the park's diverse bird species, including raptors, waterfowl, songbirds, and migratory species.


Discover a wide variety of bird species in their natural habitats, from alpine meadows and forests to wetlands and lakeshores. Guides provide insights into bird behavior, calls, and habitats.


Half-day to full-day tours, with early morning and late afternoon tours offering optimal birding opportunities.

Jasper Winter Wildlife Tours


In the winter months, wildlife tours offer opportunities to observe animals adapted to cold climates, such as elk, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats, against a backdrop of snow-covered landscapes.


Experience the tranquility of Jasper's winter wilderness while searching for wildlife tracks, signs, and sightings. Guides provide information on winter ecology and survival strategies.


Half-day to full-day tours, with options for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing to access remote wildlife habitats.

Planning Tips for Wildlife viewing Opportunities

Seasonal Considerations:

Wildlife viewing opportunities vary by season, with spring and fall offering prime viewing for many species. Summer and winter also provide unique wildlife experiences.

Binoculars and Cameras:

Bring binoculars and a camera with a telephoto lens to enhance your wildlife viewing and photography experience.

Respect Wildlife:

Follow guidelines for wildlife viewing and maintain a safe distance from animals to avoid disturbing them or putting yourself at risk.

Local Guides:

Choose tours led by certified and knowledgeable guides who prioritize wildlife welfare and environmental conservation.

Wildlife tours in Jasper National Park offer an unforgettable opportunity to connect with nature and witness the park's incredible biodiversity up close. Whether you're a wildlife enthusiast, photographer, or nature lover, these tours provide a rewarding and educational experience while fostering appreciation for Jasper's natural heritage.