Maligne lake has an amazing view. A must stop for everyone visiting Japer. The blue colour of the lake is breathtaking.
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Drove down to Maligne Lake whilst staying in Jasper. Boat trip to Spirit Island is expensive, but do not miss it. This is quite simply possibly the most naturally beautiful place I have ever visited. Awesome. There are a number of well marked walks -...More
I visited maligne lake late September and it was absolutely beautiful. We did the Mary Schaffer loop and were lucky enough to come across a male moose along the way. There were several other hiking trails leading off from the main area and also frequent...More
My husband and I visited Maligne Lake just after they had some snow. Hiking around the lake was very difficult and most of the trails were closed. We went on the cruise and were not really sure what to expect. What a surprise to experience...More
Nice beautiful lake and starting point to take cruises to the Spirit Island. Would need to arrive here sooner if interested in going to Spirit Island via cruises or kayaking. We did the Moose Lake loop which takes about an hour and it took us...More
A bit shocked at the price, as the lake, on a dull day, didn't initially look anything special, but as we got towards the glacier, the water changed colour and once on Spirit Island you just couldn't stop taking picture after picture. Excellent scenery, and...More
Another lake set in pine forests?....yes. Beautiful?......yes. Mountain back drop?......yes. Anything special?....yes. Touring around the Rockies there are plenty of lakes to see. We came to this one travelling down Maligne Lake Road where there is an abundance of wildlife to be seen just on...More
Jasper national park offers 3 ingredients: ice peaks, woods and lakes. Maligne is just another lake in the same setting as all the others. They offer a boat tour on the lake for 72 canadian dollar per person. This is not worth your money.
The lake sure is nice. But its nothing compared to the hike you can take up the bald hill. If you have the time, about 4-5 hours, you need to hike up there