Experience our
wolfdogs in person


Visit our wolfdogs through one of our tour options

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary offers a variety of tours to the public. The purpose of our tours is to educate the public on wolfdogs and raise awareness regarding wolf conservation. All proceeds from the tours directly fund the Sanctuary and its continued rescue efforts.

Group options
Annual Membership

Open Hours:

Thursday - Monday, 10am - 5pm


263156 Range Road 53, Rocky View County, AB, Canada view map

The Sanctuary

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary prides itself on providing our wolfdogs with very large and natural enclosures. Our enclosures vary from 1 to 2 acres in size and include a diverse range of vegetation to provide the wolfdogs with the environment they need to be happy, healthy, and stress-free. 

About the sanctuary

The Yamnuska wolfdogs 

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary currently has 55+ wolfdogs some of which are ambassadors. Our wolfdog ambassadors are the wolfdogs that take front and centre stage at events and Sanctuary interactions to help educate the public about their unique nature and the importance of wolf conservation.

Meet our wolfdogs

What our visitors have to say

This was one of the most informative, awe inspiring, humbling experiences of my life. The amazing animals & the passion of our guide Angie was fabulous. Not only will I go back again, highly recommend for all dog lovers.

I was extremely impressed at how they want to do as much as possible to educate the public about the plight of these wolfdogs. Thank goodness there is a place like this to help them. I am planning on returning yearly if not more often.

This was by far one of my favorite activities to do when I was on vacation in Banff.
The staff was knowledgeable, friendly and really impressed. The entire experience exceeded my expectations.

Absolutely amazing, certainly a hidden Alberta gem. We participated in an interactive tour where Angie shared her stories and knowledge of working with the wolfdogs. It was great, we got to feed them treats. Nova performed tricks. Loki welcomed us into the enclosure, eventually shaking my hand.

Can't even explain how amazing this experience was. The staff were so kind and knowledgeable. The wolfdogs were so beautiful and friendly to meet. Gift shop is a must if you want to support this non profit place.

The wolfdogs were majestic animals and it was amazing to have them eat treats out of our hands. We even got to participate in a wolfdog howl. So much fun, so interesting and really enjoyed the beautiful animals!