Maligne Lake

Located in the majestic Maligne Valley, this exquisite lake is the second largest glacier-fed lake in the Rockies, stretching 22km(14 mi.). A one-and-a-half hour boat cruise will take you past glacier-studded mountains peaks to world-famous Spirit Island.

Mt. Paul overlooking Coronet Creek
Mt. Paul overlooking Coronet Creek

Mt. Paul

Riding on Maligne Lake - Jasper
Riding to Spirit Island

Biking on Maligne Lake

Maligne Lake - Fishing - Jasper
Backing the trailer to drop the freighter canoe

Fishing on Maligne

Opal Hills - Jasper
Birds eye view of Maligne Lake

Opal Hills

Canoe Camping - Coronet Creek - Jasper
Coronet Creek - Jasper

Coronet Creek

Try your hand at guided fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and whitewater rafting. The starting point of both the classic Skyline Trail, a spectacular three day hike that takes you 45km over the Maligne Range to a maximum elevation of 2490m, and the Maligne Pass Trail, a three day hike to km72 on the Icefields Parkway.  Superb cross-country skiing and Telemark skiing in the winter.   Restaurant and shopping facilities are seasonal.

Access: From Jasper, head South, Maligne Lake road, 55km

Parking: Yes

Trailhead: To several great hikes and ski tracks

Distance: Short Walk

Activities: Sights / Hiking / Camping / Biking / Skiing / Fishing / Boating

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