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Banff & Jasper, Canada

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Trip Details:
  • 9 Nights
  • June to September
  • Calgary
  • $6,500* per RV
*Pricing varies. See Trip Pricing for more information.

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Highlights :
  • Watch the cowboys, horses and bulls at the Calgary Stampede, held during the first 2 weeks of July
  • Stroll along Lake Louise – you won’t believe the color of the lake – or rent a canoe to see the lake up close
  • Hike onto the Plain of Six Glaciers for tea in the 1927 Teahouse at the edge of the glacier
  • Ride in a giant snocoach onto Athabasca Glacier
  • Watch for moose, bears, elk and deer on an early morning drive
  • Soak in the hottest hot springs in Jasper National Park
  • Bag a mountain peak the easy way by taking a gondola to the top for incredible views
  • Get a little wet and have a lot of fun on a mild whitewater raft trip
  • Fly above the huge glacial icecaps or get up close with a guided hike over the crevasses
  • Pull some icebergs out of Angel Lake after your walk through the wildflowers


Average Daily Temps :

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Spend a week or more exploring these spectacular national parks in Western Canada. Starting in the foothills in Calgary, you’ll travel along the incredible Icefields Parkway which connects the parks and towns of Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. High rugged mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and outstanding wildlife viewing are the highlights. Besides doing some great alpine hiking, you can raft, soak in hot springs, horseback ride, walk on the edge of a glacier, and take a flightseeing tour over the huge icefields that cover this area of the Rocky Mountains.

“No TV, computer games, telephone, etc., was great. My kids discovered their siblings again. What fun they had. No other type of vacation would have done that.”


– The Nowadly Family, Virginia


Calgary – 1 night: The largest city in the Province of Alberta, Calgary is your gateway city to Banff and Jasper National Parks

Banff National Park – 2 nights: Banff National Park was created in 1885 after the now-famous natural hot springs were discovered. Take an icefield tour, raft, hike, or climb

Jasper National Park – 3 nights: The largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper offers Snocoach tours of the Athabasca Glacier, abundant recreational opportunities, and Miette hot springs

Lake Louise – 2 nights: The grand Chateau Lake Louise sits on the shores of the amazingly turquoise waters of Lake Louise. Canoe, hike, or take a horseback ride at this pristine locale

Calgary – 1 night: Spend your last night near Calgary to complete your Canadian adventure and return home

Optional Add-On Activities