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Maligne Canyon Winter Ice Walk

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Maligne Canyon is considered the most interesting canyon in the Canadian Rockies.
Hiking Distance      3.7 km (from the Sixth Bridge one way)
Hiking Time      It will take 1-2hrs to hike each way with a little sight-seeing time considered.

Jasper's Skyline Trail

The Skyline Trail is recognized as one of the best backpacking trails in Canada's Rockies. 25 of the 44 km hiking trail is either at or above Jasper National Park's amazing treeline.

Hiking Distance      It is 44-47 km to hike the full Skyline Trail.
Hiking Time      It can take anywhere from 2 to 4 days to backpack.

Sulphur Skyline

The Sulphur Skyline hiking trail has some of the most breathtaking panoramas that Jasper has to offer. This hike is a stiff climb, so take food, water and lots of breaks.

Hiking Distance      4.0 km to the Skyline summit.
Hiking Time      It could take anywhere from 1.5 hours to 3 hours to reach the top of the Sulpher Skyline trail, with much less on the hike down.

Pyramid Lake and Athabasca Overlook

Pyramid Lake and Athabasca Overlook hike is a favourite. The view for the work performed is balanced in the view's favour.

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Hiking Distance      It is about 1.5 - 2.5km., to the lookouts.
Hiking Time      It will take around 2 hours to enjoy this hiking circuit.

Bears and Wildlife Encounters
Bears don't actually hibernate during the winter. While bears slow down during the winter, they are not true hibernators. Black bears, Grizzly bears and Brown bears go into a deep sleep during the winter months, known as torpor. In a Hibernation "sleep", animals will not wake up when they hear noise or even if they are moved or touched. In a "torpor", animals can indeed wake up quickly and easily.

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