Canadian Rockies

We can put together a tour to suit you . Most people start in Vancouver and take two days to drive up into the Rockies, stopping at Kamloops and aiming for Jasper. An alternative is the Rockie Mountaineer train which takes the same time, but for many people they prefer to be in control and drive.

We suggest a few days around Jasper to relax and perhaps see the Columbia Ice Fields. Then travel down the spine of the Rockies to the emerald Lake Louise for a couple of nights. On from here is the town of Banff a good base to explore the mountains and being one of the larger towns, it has a good selection of restaurants and shops. You don’t need to be an avid hill walker to enjoy the scenery, as many of the ski resort’s lifts are still open in summer. Homeward bound you need to come downhill to Calgary, where there are no-stop flights to the UK. If travelling in July, then it is worth adjusting the itinerary to try and take in The Calgary Stampede.

See our Pacific Northwest section for a luxury resort on Vancouver Island, which many of our clients chose to add to the trip prior to the Rockies, as its reasonably close to Vancouver.

This is a rough frame work to expand and contract into the best fit, please call to discuss.

Jasper National Park

Banff, Lake Louise National Park

Calgary Stampede

Rocky Mountaineer

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