top of page

Big Ice Tour

Join us on the Athabasca Glacier with IceWalks

  • 3 hours
  • From 96.40 Canadian dollars
  • Improvement District No. 12

Service Description

Zuc’min Guiding is thrilled to be partnering with Athabasca Glacier IceWalks to provide guests with a learning opportunity with Indigenous guides. Guests will learn about the historical and current significance of the Columbia Icefield region through an Indigenous lens. Though no single Indigenous group was settled in the region, the mountain passes were used by several Nations for trading, both pre and post-European contact. From an ecological perspective, the Athabasca Glacier plays a critical hydrological role, supporting ecosystems and communities across North America. This walk will promote an understanding and appreciation of the importance of this water resource, today and into the future. Dates: 2024 dates are not yet available Time: Departs at 9:30 AM and 1:45 PM on the dates above. Duration: Approximately 3 hours. Hike Profile: Hike is roughly 5 km (3 mi) round trip, gaining 200 m (650 ft) of elevation. Adult Price: $158.00 CDN, plus 5% GST. Child Price: $96.40 CDN, plus 5% GST. Must be 7-16 years of age.

Contact Details

  • Icefields RV Camping, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada


bottom of page