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    • Drive the famous Icefields Parkway, rated as 'one of the best drives in the world'Two nights in Whistler, Jasper National Park, Golden and Banff. Wildlife viewing opportunities
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    Start Calgary

    Sandwiched in between the Rocky Mountains and the winding Bow River, Calgary is at the epicentre of Alberta's oil industry. The high-rise buildings and urban parklands create a balanced modern city. Climb the Calgary Tower if you want impressive 360-degree views and visit the interpretive centre to discover the heritage of the First Nation People.A welcome meeting will be held at 18:00 hrs, where you'll meet your tour guide and fellow travellers. Optional Activities: Heritage Park Historical Centre CA$28Accommodation: Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Calgary Downtown (or similar)

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    Banff National Park

    Located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park was established in 1885 and is Canada's oldest national park. Its mountainous terrain encompasses coniferous forests, alpine meadows, icefields and glaciers. Take a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain or opt to view all this scenic grandeur from a helicopter. Outstanding hikes are available and with an abundance of wildlife around, there's always a chance of spotting something special, so keep your camera at the ready. There's nothing better after a hard day's hiking than an included soak in the Sulphur Mountain Hot Springs. Optional Activities: Aerial gondola/tramway CAD$60Scenic glacier flight (20 minutes) CA$275Horseback riding (1.5 hour ride) CA$64-119 Accommodation: Charltons Banff (or similar) 

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    Banff National Park - Lake Louise

    Lake Louise has always been a popular tourist destination, and it's no surprise that it is the most photographed destination in the region! With its snow-capped peaks, ancient pine forests and aquamarine waters, Lake Louise is known as the 'Gem of the Rockies'. The vibrant glacial hue of Lake Louise will take your breath away. It almost doesn't look real but believe us when we say it most certainly is! Your next two nights will be spent in the nearby town of Golden. Optional Activities: Canoeing CAD$125 per hour (CAD$95 per additional hour) Accommodation: Kicking Horse River Lodge (or similar)

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    Yoho National Park

    Yoho National Park is considered the hidden treasure of the Canadian national park system, and you have a full day to explore. It's a photographer's dream with several hiking opportunities which showcase the stunning mountains, lakes and waterfalls of this pristine alpine landscape. You can experience the Kicking Horse River first-hand with an exhilarating half-day optional white water rafting excursion or choose to hike at the magnificent Emerald Lake. An excellent alternative option is walking the challenging trails overlooking Takakkaw Falls - you're bound to be impressed by its beauty. Make the most out of this spectacular national park before returning to Golden tonight. Optional Activities: White water rafting CA$120-$173Accommodation: Kicking Horse River Lodge (or similar) 

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    Golden - Icefields Parkway

    The Icefields Parkway, cutting through the heart of the Rockies, is recognised as being one of the top scenic drives in the world, travelling for 230km (140 miles) past hanging glaciers, sheer rock walls and broad sweeping valleys. You have a chance to traverse a portion of the imposing Athabasca Glacier on an optional guided glacier hike and be amazed by Peyto Lake's turquoise hues. End your day in Jasper.Optional Activities: Guided glacier walk CA$100 (CA$60 for under 17s)Accommodation: Jasper Inn & Suites (or similar)

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    Jasper National Park

    Jasper National Park is the largest national park in Canada, covering an area of 10,878 square km. It's much less developed than other areas of Western Canada and offers a true wilderness feel. There are several options on offer in Jasper, including the SkyTram cable car to Whistler Mountain for a bird's-eye view of this splendid park. There's also ample opportunity for mountain biking or hiking amidst glorious lakeside scenery and visiting spectacular Maligne Lake. Optional Activities:SkyTram cable car CA$58Mountain biking CA$50 per hourAccommodation: Jasper Inn & Suites (or similar) 

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    July 14th, 2022 & August 4th, 2022 Departures: Wells Gray Provincial Park

    Don't let the fact that Wells Gray is not a national park fool you, this place is stunning! After your drive along the old Gold Rush Trail, stretch your legs with a walk to the edge of Helmcken Falls, Canada's fourth highest waterfall, stopping at various viewpoints to admire the lush valley below. Wells Gray is also home to many smaller but equally beautiful waterfalls. Embrace the stillness, silence and isolation, and never venture too far without your camera so you can capture the beautiful meadows full of wildflowers or a roaming bear. Tonight, you'll stay in a simple hotel in the town of Clearwater close to Wells Gray Provincial Park.Accommodation: Helmcken Falls Lodge (or similar)

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    July 14th, 2022 & August 4th 2022 Departures: Wells Gray Provincial Park to Whistler 

    Perhaps better known as a winter resort, Whistler has plenty on offer all year round. Take the opportunity to hit the trails, jump on a bike to explore at a different pace or zip line through the trees! Whether you're an adrenaline junkie, foodie or someone who likes to get close to nature, there's something for everyone in Whistler. Optional Activities: Extreme zip line course CA$129-219 Mountain biking from CA$53 Peak 2 Peak Gondola ride CA$74Accommodation: Pinnacle Hotel (or similar) 

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    Leave Whistler for one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities in the world, Vancouver. There is plenty to fill your time, but we highly recommend a stroll around this cosmopolitan city to get a feel for it. Treat yourself to some moreish maple cookies in Stanley Park, a 400-hectare green wonderland where you can see the authentic totem poles erected in the 1920s or sit in one of the cafes and enjoy a spot of people watching.Accommodation: Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Center (or similar)

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