Jasper National Park - Start your park explorations with incredible alpine tundra vistas as you soar through the air during a ride on the Jasper Tramway, the highest and longest aerial tramway in Canada. Later, you’ll embark on a whitewater rafting adventure on the sapphire waters of Maligne Lake, as well as visit nearby Maligne Canyon.
Icefields Parkway - Journey through the scenic stretch of land that connects Banff and Jasper national parks, soaking in views of majestic peaks, ice-blue glaciers, and thick pine forests. Along the way, you’ll make a number of sightseeing stops - at the picturesque Athabasca Falls, the awe-inspiring Glacier Skywalk, and the Columbia Icefield Centre. Then, embark on a special snow coach ride over the 900-foot-thick Athabasca Glacier, where you’ll get an incredible close-up look at this frozen natural wonder.
Yoho National Park - Relish the dazzling panoramas of Yoho National Park, where emerald lakes reflect the regal peaks soaring above them. We’ll stay at a delightful lodge perched on the edge of the gorgeous Emerald Lake, perfect for enjoying the scenery. You’ll join our naturalist guide for a light hike around the lake before enjoying some free time to explore the area’s assortment of recreational and sightseeing opportunities, from fly-fishing and kayaking to simply relaxing and enjoying the rustic elegance of our hotel.
Lake Louise - As we travel the Continental Divide towards Banff National Park, we’ll stop to admire magnificent Lake Louise. Known as the “Jewel of the Rockies” for its spectacular turquoise color, this lovely glacier-fed lake, surrounded by grand glaciers and chiseled mountains, is one of Canada’s grandest natural spectacles. We’ll also enjoy an included lunch at the famously serene Chateau Louise.
Banff National Park - Enjoy incredible aerial views of Banff as we embark on a gondola ride to the top of Sulpher Mountain for a special breakfast. On our way back to the hotel, we’ll drive along Tunnel Mountain Drive for unforgettable views of Banff, Cascade Mountain, Mount Rundle, and Bow Falls. The rest of the day is yours to explore Banff National Park as you please, with options for guided helicopter tours, horseback riding, and so much more.
Vancouver- Admire the incredible views of Canada’s uninterrupted nature from the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Originally built in 1889 with hemp ropes and cedar planks, today this popular landmark is a unique and thrilling way to admire the beauty of this area. And the views don’t stop there; next, you’ll glide over the raging Fraser River during an adventurous ride on the Hell’s Gate Tram. Early explorers refer to it as “a place where no human being should venture,” but today this daring ride is one of British Columbia’s most popular attractions.
Victoria- Board a seaplane for a short but scenic flight to Victoria, where you’ll enjoy incredible harbor views as you spot regional birds and watch for whales in the waters below! We’ll land in style right in beautiful Victoria Harbor, a marina well known for its distinctive architecture and rich history.
Seattle- Jet towards Seattle on The Clipper, a high-speed ferry with multiple viewing decks and amenities, for a relaxing way to take in the city’s fabulous mountain backdrop. We’ll dock in the harbor, a lively area where serene waters meet colorful buildings.