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Canadian Rockies Touring


Soaring high above swathes of majestic untouched scenery, the Canadian Rockies are an extraordinary natural spectacle that will take your breath away. Whether you visit during the winter, where pearly snow-dusted vistas are to be admired, or in the summer when a kaleidoscope of rich colours burst forth for miles around, the Canadian Rockies are a must-visit on any Canada tour.

Embarking on a Canadian Rockies tour gives you the opportunity to traverse some of the country’s most magnificent scenery, where national parks and rolling landscapes will leave you awe-inspired. No Canada tour is complete without a visit to Banff National Park, often regarded as one of the world’s finest national parks with its domineering alpine peaks, splendid powder blue lakes and stunning virgin forestry. 


A Canadian Rockies tour will also take you to Jasper National Park and Yoho National Park, where you will be encouraged to ‘do’ as well as ‘see’, with opportunities to go walking, hiking and play sport in marvellous surroundings. There's even the chance to wend through Icefields Parkway on the specially-designed Athabasca Glacier, where you may see elk, deer, bighorn sheep or even bears on your travels. Better still, Travelbag offers the chance to explore the Canadian Rockies in a number of unique ways, most notably the chance to ride on the The Canadian, a fully refurbished, luxurious train that climbs the Rockies to give you prime views in ultimate comfort.

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8 Day Western Journey
8 Day Western Journey
8 Days/ 7 Nights
Escorted Tours
For those who enjoy the company of like-minded travellers, an escorted tour is a great way to see all the major sights, or discover a path less well trodden. From the comfort of a larger air-conditioned coach, and with the help of an expert local guide you'll learn about your destination in a safe and fun environment. With many of your meals also included, you're free to sit back and enjoy your holiday without having to worry about a thing.
15 Day Canada Wildlife & Vancouver Island
15 Day Canada Wildlife & Vancouver Island
15 Days/ 14 Nights
Small Group Touring
If you like the convenience of an escorted tour but want something a little more intimate, consider a small group tour. Travelling by 4WD or bus in a maximum group size of 16 (it's usually less), you'll enjoy a holiday that's filled with unique experiences. With the help of an expert local guide and/or driver, you'll learn all about your destination from someone who knows about it and is genuinely passionate about it.
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Top ten things to do in Canadian Rockies

  • Regarded as one of the world’s most extraordinary areas of natural beauty, Banff National Park is resplendent with epic scenery, dramatic landscapes and unforgettable vistas.
  • Take the scenic route through the stunning Canadian Rockies with a trek across Icefields Parkways in Banff National Park, admiring stunning vistas of the epic mountain passes.
  • Admire the beautiful glassy waters of Lake Louise and gaze across crystalline waters as they reflect the stunning landscape around it.
  • The picturesque Athabasca Falls isn’t the largest waterfall at 23m high, but the sheer volume of water that cascades from the peak makes it a spectacle worth savouring.
  • Jump aboard the unique ‘Ice Explorer’, a specially modified vehicle that will allow you to cross the Columbia Ice Field, where stunning views are waiting to be enjoyed.
  • Famous for the hot springs perched on its slopes, a quirk that lends it its name, Sulphur Mountain is one of Banff National Park’s most celebrated attractions.
  • Be treated to luxurious accommodation, superb service and unforgettable views every morning with a stay at Fairmont Chateau in Lake Louise.
  • Whether you are travelling in the summer or the winter, Sun Peaks is perfect for the active traveller, with hiking and biking available in the warmer months and skiing, snowboarding and trekking available in the colder months.
  • A glacier-fed lake located within the heart of Banff National Park, Lake Peyto is a magnificent scene when viewed from up high.
  • Named after the narrow pass that bottle-necks the Fraser River, Hells Gate is best viewed from the Airtram as it descends to the other side of the river bank.


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