7 days/6 nights, with 5½ days hiking


Start any date between July 1 and September 15


4-8 hours hiking per day in mountainous terrain
Options to shorten some day hikes

Fitness and sure-footedness required


Classic Accommodations:   CAD$2640                                   

Single suppl. Classic: CAD$660

 

Luxe Accommodations:

CAD$2940                                   

Single suppl. Classic: CAD$735

 

*Price before tax. Canada applies a 5% GST.


  • 6 nights hotels
  • All breakfasts and two dinners
  • Detailed route instructions and map
  • Luggage transfers as well as transfers to trailheads
  • All necessary transfers during the tour
  • Area Manager available throughout the tour

Your tour starts in Banff, located in Banff National Park. Banff is just 125 km from Calgary and coach transfers are available from Calgary airport.

There is regularly scheduled air service to Calgary from across North America, with non-stop flights to Calgary from all major Canadian and many US centres, including: Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, Dallas & Seattle. Additionally, non-stop international flights are available from London and Frankfurt.

A number of companies offer an airport shuttle service to Lake Louise & Banff from the Calgary Airport. If you are flying home from Calgary Airport, a special transfer might be necessary to enable you to catch a flight on the same day as the tour end.

Randonnée Tours

Canada

Canadian Rockies Hiking 

7 Days

Dare to be adventurous. Experience the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks during the day while enjoying the warm, luxurious comfort of mountain lodges at night. Hike lodge-to-lodge. Hearts will pound as you crest stunning mountain passes - offering unparalleled views of snow-capped peaks. Chance upon grazing mountain goats or whistling marmots. Begin your exploration in Banff National Park, where towering mountains rise from the shores of turquoise-blue lakes. Move to Yoho National Park, whose intimate scale make it the one favoured by Rockies' connoisseurs. Gleaming glaciers, overwhelming vistas, enchanted forests and iridescent lakes. Rewarding hikes through this marvellous UNESCO World Heritage Site provide an exhilarating sense of accomplishment that will last a lifetime.


 
Brewster’s Mountain Lodge

Brewster’s Mountain Lodge,

Banff

This inn is located in historic downtown Banff, surrounded by the splendour of the mountains; enjoy an authentic Western atmosphere with log architecture - each guest room features handcrafted natural log furnishings.

Mountaineer Lodge,

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is only a 15 minute walk from this inn and the village of Lake Louise, with its restaurants and cafes is steps away.

Cathedral Mountain Lodge

Cathedral Mountain Lodge,

Field

Nestled in the forest at the edge of the glacier-fed Kicking Horse River, the lodge boasts handmade log beds, down duvets, wood burning and gas fireplaces and other amenities. Guests can enjoy canoeing on turquoise Moraine Lake.

Emerald Lake Lodge

Emerald Lake Lodge,

Emerald Lake

Originally built in 1902 from hand-hewn timber this quintessential Rockies inn features massive stone fireplaces, a dining room with a view and quiet reading lounges. Guest rooms are all lake-side and have wood burning fireplaces.

 

Buffalo Mountain Lodge,

Banff
The main lodge complements its natural setting with square timber, post and beam construction and high open ceilings. The decor boasts old-world craftsmanship and a simple, elegant design.

Post Hotel

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is only a few minutes walk from this rustic inn; after a day of activities, enjoy the rooftop hot tub with a dazzling Victoria Glacier view.  The dining room is one of the best in the region.

 

Cathedral Mountain Lodge

Cathedral Mountain Lodge,

Field

Nestled in the forest at the edge of the glacier-fed Kicking Horse River, the lodge boasts handmade log beds, down duvets, wood burning and gas fireplaces and other amenities. Guests can enjoy canoeing on turquoise Moraine Lake.

 

Emerald Lake Lodge

Emerald Lake Lodge,

Emerald Lake

Originally built in 1902 from hand-hewn timber this quintessential Rockies inn features massive stone fireplaces, a dining room with a view and quiet reading lounges. Guest rooms are all lake-side and have wood burning fireplaces.


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