North America: Canadian Rockies

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North America: Canadian Rockies

Tour Description:

Explore Canada's breathtaking natural wonderland on an
expertly led itinerary that reveals misty forests and flowery
meadows, rapid rivers and vibrant lakes, and astonishing
wildlife, all wrapped up in the stunning Canadian Rockies.

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Dates & Pricing

Saturday 23 Jul 22 — Saturday 30 Jul 22Starting at $6,595 Get a Quote
Saturday 13 Aug 22 — Saturday 20 Aug 22Starting at $6,595 Get a Quote
Saturday 27 Aug 22 — Saturday 03 Sep 22Starting at $6,595 Get a Quote
Saturday 03 Sep 22 — Saturday 10 Sep 22Starting at $6,595 Get a Quote


Day 1 - Arrive Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Arrive in Calgary, where you are met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight, gather with your fellow guests for a cocktail reception and welcome dinner.

Day 2 - Lake Louise
Drive through the Bow Valley to Johnston Canyon, witnessing its sheer walls, waterfalls, tunnels and pools. Stroll the interpretive walkway before heading to glacially fed Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, where you experience an A&K-exclusive, hands-on lesson in wildlife and landscape photography from a professional. Try your new skills on one of the most beautiful lakes in the Canadian Rockies. Finish the day at your historic resort set on Lake Louise.

Day 3 - Lake Louise
Travel through serene Yoho National Park, pausing to explore Takakkaw Falls, before proceeding to Emerald Lake, vibrantly colored by glacial sediment. Meet with your expert guide, who reveals the geological and natural forces behind this scenic lake, and describes the breathtaking natural surroundings and habits of the endangered grizzly bear. After lunch, weather permitting, view the Spiral Tunnel and Kicking Horse Natural Bridge.

Day 4 - Jasper
Travel to the scenic Icefields Parkway for a full day of adventure. Set along the backbone of the Canadian Rockies and named after the area's sprawling ice fields, the parkway represents one of the world's great drives. See Crowfoot Glacier and the glacier-fed Peyto Lake. Stop at the massive Athabasca Glacier (7,000 feet) for an exciting ride across its surface on a specially designed vehicle. You also visit Sunwapta Falls, enjoying a barbecue lunch in a stunning, remote setting, before continuing to Jasper National Park.

Day 5 - Jasper
Cruise along the mile-high Maligne Lake to the famous Spirit Island, a tiny islet surrounded by the towering snow-capped Rockies. You may opt to join your fellow guests for a guided hike through the Maligne Canyon, with its impressive 200-foot-tall limestone walls.

Day 6 - Banff
Today, stop for photos of Athabasca Falls and Mount Kerkeslin as you return along the Icefields Parkway to Banff National Park — a UNESCO World Heritage Site established in 1885 as Canada's first national park. Arrive at your extraordinary hotel, which is styled after a Scottish Baronial castle and known as the "Castle in the Rockies."

Day 7 - Banff
Bordered on all sides by wilderness, Banff is a national park resort community surrounded by spectacular nature, home to roaming deer, elk and other wildlife. Begin with a relaxing and memorable float trip down the majestic Bow River. This evening, gather with fellow guests to attend a farewell dinner.

Day 8 - Depart Banff
This morning, drive to Calgary International Airport, where your journey ends.