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Banff National Park is one of Canada’s great national treasures, attracting millions of visitors every year. Encompassing a portion of the Rocky Mountains, the park is home to beautiful turquoise lakes mirroring the snow-covered peaks, along with glaciers and forests.

Duration : 6 days/5 nights
Location : Banff National Park, Canada
Accommodation : 5 nights at 3 different hotels/lodges in Canada
Transportation : 12 passenger van/2 minivans/2 fulls size SUVs
Arrivals/Departures : Arrivals at YYC airport on August 23 by 12pm.Departures from YYC airport on August 28 after 6pm
$3100 / person
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Arrivals at Calgary Int Airport (YYC)
– Hike: Let enjoy our first, short hike with well-graded switchbacks that most reasonably fit people can accomplish. Although it is the smallest mountain in Banff, it offers spectacular views of the valley and panoramas over the town of Banff.
– Explore Town of Banff: The picturesque little town of Banff is the only township in the park and is the main hub of activity. This little town, surrounded by mountains, is one of the main tourist destinations in Alberta. It is devoted to the tourism industry with all kinds of accommodation options, interesting shops, and restaurants that range from casual to high end.
– Night in Banff


– Hike: This hike may be a challenge for some, but you’ll feel incredibly proud of yourself at the top. Making those views just a little bit sweeter! In our experience, the views from the summit are way better after you hike up. Everything just looks better when you earn it. The views atop are epic – they are probably the best overall views you will find anywhere in Banff National Park.
– Take a gondola down: Soar 2,292 feet on an 8-minute journey from a summit. Glide over the treetops and enjoy a jaw-dropping mountain experience.
– Bike in Banff: With more than 190 km of mountain bike trails and numerous road riding options, biking is an excellent way to explore Banff National Park. Trails range from easy to difficult.
– Night in Banff


– Hike: There’s a good reason why this hike is on everyone’s must-do list for Banff. It’s a short, easy walk through a deep mountain canyon with many beautiful waterfalls along the way. It’s an impressive natural chasm in the heart of Banff National Park, a beautiful gorge shaped by the rushing waters of Johnston Creek.
– Explore Lake Louise Town: It is nestled in the Canadian Rockies, just 45 minutes east of Banff. In summer this picturesque hamlet overflows with nature lovers are eager to explore unforgettable hiking trails and rock climbing faces. Lake Louise itself thrills visitors every summer with its vibrant turquoise waters.
– Hike: This trail is one of the most beloved hikes near Lake Louise, combining a trip to a historic teahouse with a climb to an impressive viewpoint overlooking Lake Louise. The trail presents a nice mix of scenery and hiking experiences starting with a moderate uphill hike in the forest, then a scenic lakeshore walk, and ending with a challenging switchback climb to the top.
– Night at Lake Louise


– Hike: This trail offers the opportunity to spend a few hours with some of Canada’s most awesome natural wonders. Start at the beautiful Moraine Lake and then head up through native larches to an alpine pass with astounding views – a truly unforgettable experience.
– Canoeing: it is a unique and unforgettable experience that should not be missed by any nature lover or outdoor enthusiast. Whether you’re seeking a peaceful escape from the city or an adrenaline-fueled adventure in the wilderness, canoeing on Lake Moraine is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies.
– Hike: This super short t:rail leads to the best view of Alberta’s iconic Moraine Lake.
– Night at Lake Louise


– Hike: This lovely hike traverses the shores of Bow Lake, travels through an interesting gorge and then ascends an outwash plain to the base of stunning Bow Falls tumbling down a rugged cliff.
– Hike: that trail offers one of the finest views of Peyto Lake. This stunning lake has to be seen to be believed. The dazzling glacial blue water shimmers in the day time and is surrounded by huge alpine mountains.
– Icefields Parkway: it’s one of the world’s most spectacular driving routes. Named one of the top 10 drives in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, the Icefields Parkway links Banff National Park and Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies, along the way taking in mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, and over 100 glaciers, including the Athabasca Glacier.
– Night near Jasper


– Hike: When you reach the top of the mountain, you have a spectacular view of the Saskatchewan Glacier. Interestingly, the Saskatchewan Glacier is one of the largest glaciers in the Canadian Rockies and flows into the North Saskatchewan River. When you view the glacier from the mountaintop, you’ll see how it flows into an emerald lake before continuing on to form the North Saskatchewan River.
– Drive back to the airport with picture stops on the way.
– Departures from Calgary Int Airport (YYC)

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  • 5 nights at 3 different hotels/lodges in Canada
  • Transportation/gas in Canada
  • Biking in Banff National Park
  • *Canoeing at a lake (based on availabilities)
  • Banff Gondola ride (way down)
  • Multiple hikes in Banff National Park
  • Multiple lookouts in Banff National Park
  • Icefields parkway scenic drive
  • Parking and entrance fees
Not Included
  • Flights
  • Food/drinks
  • Mandatory travel insurance
  • Tips
$ 2500/person (book by July 1st)
$ 2700/person book (after July 1st)

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    Adventurous and physically fit adults. Participants must be at least 18 and most are between 20 and 40 years of age.

    A deposit of 50% of the tour cost must be paid upon booking to our business account. The rest of the payment must be paid 15 days prior to the tour date. Payment can be made by Zelle or by credit card. A 3% surcharge will be added when paying by credit card.

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    You will fit right in! Most of our participants are traveling solo so it is a wonderful opportunity to meet a group of like minded people who enjoy adventures. In our tours people connect and remain friends afterwards for a long time.

    You don’t have to be an athlete to join our tours but being physically fit will allow you to enjoy and more easily participate in the adventure activities included in the tour. No special physical skills or knowledge is required. There is always strong team support for the exciting challenges that our tours provide.