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Ice climbing day in the Jasper National Park, Alberta

Max, your IFMGA-certified guide, will lead you on this mesmerizing and captivating day of ice climbing in the Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada, a beautiful and idyllic region that provides ideal conditions and stunning views and scenery all around.

Mountain RangeRockies
Duration1 day
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Skill LevelBeginner
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate and Group


  • Ice climb on some of the best walls and waterfalls in Canada!

  • Learn the best ice climbing techniques in a leisurely and quiet environment

  • See some absolutely spectacular scenery such as moutains, glaciers and forests


Join me on this fun and exciting daylong ice climbing adventure where we will teach you the safest and best ice climbing techniques, climb amongst some of the most thrilling landscapes imaginable (including frozen waterfalls!) and take in some truly special and unique views of the abundant gorgeous scenery and terrain, all in the delightful Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.

Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and approximately 300km from the city of Edmonton, Jasper National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is renowned throughout Canada and the world as a veritable outdoor activity wonderland, with perfect conditions for winter activities.

We meet at our offices in the town of Jasper, where all relevant safety equipment and information will be dispensed, and from here we travel to the climbing site, which varies depending on the weather and experience of the group.

Our three main options for climbing are the brilliant Maligne Canyon, Tangle Falls and Edge of the World. These lovely and exquisite locales are excellent for ice climbing, as the crowds are minimal due to them being in relatively isolated parts of the park, and the ice walls and waterfalls available cater to all levels of ability, from beginner to expert.

The views we will be exposed to are truly breath-taking, as you will see the national park in all its glory, with the snow-capped mountain peaks giving way to tranquil alpine forests and vast and open tracts of valleys, lakes, glaciers, canyons and waterfalls.

We finish the day back at our office in Jasper, hopefully having made you fall in love with Jasper National Park and whetted your appetite for more ice climbing!

Ice climbing in Jasper National Park is a truly unforgettable experience – book now so you don’t miss out!

To explore Jasper National Park in a different way, we also offer 6-day backcountry skiing trips of the area, here!

Alternatively, we offer 2-day climbing tours in the park, here!

More info

Daily Departures from December 1st - March 31st. Wear winter clothing and lots of layers (what you would wear to the ski hill).

Meeting point

Rockaboo Mountain Adventure, Alberta - 610 Patricia Street.




Day 1: Meet and activity

Meet at Rockaboo Mountain Adventure, head to ice climbing site, ice climb for several hours, return to offices in Jasper.

About the guide

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Max Darrah is one of 204 internationally certified Mountain Guides in Canada. He completed his formal training in 2014, supported by the Parks Canada Agency. The majority of Max’s career since 1999 has been spent working as a first responder for the Federal government: fire management, law enforcement, and mountain rescue.

Max started the Rockaboo corporation in 2010, and worked with a number of local apprentices out of his garage in Jasper. Focused on providing safe, exciting and authentic climbing and skiing experiences, the Rockaboo team has continued to grow. Max stepped away from the government in 2019, and is currently completing a post-graduate business diploma in Innovation and Design Thinking and works full time for Rockaboo as the Director of Operations.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

CAD 244 each

Group of 2

CAD 244 each

Group of 3

CAD 244 each

Group of 4

CAD 244 each

Group of 5

CAD 244 each

Group of 6

CAD 244 each

Group of 7

CAD 244 each

Group of 8

CAD 244 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

• Transport during the trip

Price details

• Price is per person. All technical equipment included (boots, crampons, harnesses, ice tools, helmets)

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