Jasper National Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including large healthy populations of grizzly and black bears, mountain caribou, elk, moose and wolves. It’s also the residence of smaller creatures, like hoary marmots, pikas and Columbian ground squirrels, and to a host of birds, from bald eagles to the endangered harlequin ducks.
The best times of year to visit Jasper if you’re looking for wildlife are from March to June or in the fall from September to November.
Grizzly Bears of Knight Inlet
Outstanding wildlife together with”The Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World” A perfect combination for an unforgetable journey through Canada’s West.
Grizzly Bear viewing Glendale Cove in Knight Inlet is home to one of the largest concentrations of grizzly (brown) bears in British Columbia. It is not uncommon for up to 40 bears to be within a few miles of the lodge during the peak fall season when the salmon are running up the Glendale River.
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