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Extraordinary is an understatement when describing the Rockies. Unforgettable? You’re getting closer. The changing colours of forested valleys and national parks, the freeze and flow of glacial lakes, the light and shade of the Rockies’ snow-capped mountains – Canada is North America’s natural masterpiece. Summer is for surfing and whale-watching off Vancouver Island, seeing Lake Louise in all its blue-hued glory or chilling at a hip Gastown bar in Vancouver. Winter is for ice hockey and festivals in the big cities, snowshoeing and ice walking in Alberta, and soaking in Columbia Valley's hot springs. Whatever the season, you’ll be able to find friendly locals, First Nations cultures, pristine landscapes and a hot plate of poutine.

  • 15Days

    The Rockies of Canada

    The Rockies of Canada
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    Explore Canada’s Rocky Mountains on a 15-day Lonely Planet Experience tour, powered by Sgotours. Walk the streets of Vancouver, hike the trails of Jasper and Banff, meander along the river in Yoho National Park and soak up the superb alpine scenery. Spot native moose and bears and unleash your inner daredevil with a range of potential escapades – mountain biking or river rafting, anyone? With a mixture of included activities and optional extras, you get to decide just how active or relaxed you want this adventure to be. Jump in feet first and immerse yourself in the beauty of Canada in this outdoor experience.

    • Rose
      Even more awesome than expected. Glad I went in the shoulder season with less crowds. Go prepared for cold nights.10
    • Susan
      This trip was fantastic, it was jam packed with incredible activities and experiences. It was a great way to see this part of Canada. Canada is beautiful and you won’t be disappointed. Had so much fun.10
    • Williams
      The trip itself is fantastic. Our tour leader Daddy Will was fantastic too. An absolute must is a good waterproof jacket and waterproof pants as well as a 12V USB socket for the van. Take note, the campsite in golden is opposite a train line which runs trains overnight; bring earplugs. The best place to do washing is on your free day in jasper, 28$ they wash, dry and fold and you can pick it whenever you want. The glacier walk, the helicopter and Lake Moraine are all a must.10