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The Canadian Rockies

The Canadian Rockies are for everyone

Rocky Mountain Itinerary

What’s needed for your trip to The Rockies?

STAMINA REQUIREMENTS: This trip is suitable for all abilities | Exception: optional kayaking requires average stamina
SUITABILITY: All assistive mobility devices, including manual and motorized wheelchairs

Day One: Arrival In Calgary


The Rockies are for everyone: Ski jumps in Calgary are a sight to seeArrive in 1988 Winter Olympic City of Calgary for an overnight stay.
Visit Olympic Village and take a turn on the Luge
Canadian Sports Hall of Fame

Day Two: Banff National Park


The Rockies are for everyoneOn to Banff, nestled in the awe inspiring Canadian Rocky Mountains. Banff is a unique mountain community located in Canada’s first National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get a sense of the history of this rugged region with a visit to the Whyte Museum. The Evening Wildlife Tour brings you closer to the natural habitat of the many animals that inhabit Banff National Park and includes a touch table with artifacts of the area.
Whyte Museum
Evening Wildlife Tour

Day Three: Town Stroll & Hot Springs


The Rockies are for everyone: Banff Hot Springs are a steamy delightTake a leisurely morning to explore the main avenue of Banff. Explore galleries showcasing art of local artists and the First Peoples of Canada. Sip a perfect latté in sight of some of the most stunning views on earth. Then turn down a side street lined with speciality shops and charming hotels. In the afternoon, we’ll head for the steamy, naturally heated Banff Hot Springs. But don’t be late for dinner… the chocolatier experience in not to be missed!
Cowboy Lunch at Bar U Ranch
Banff Hot Springs
Drive to Canmore for Dinner and ‘Chocolatier’ experience

Day Four: Drive to Lake Louise


The Rockies are for everyone; Crystal green waters of Lake Louise set against a backdrop of towering, snow-capped mountainsLake Louise offers one of the largest ski resorts in North America. With spectacular scenery and beautiful terrain, you needn’t hit the slopes to be blown away by the natural beauty.
Explore and shop in the Hamlet or tour Columbia Icefields
Lunch at Fairmont Lake Louise

Day Five: Leave for Jasper


The Rockies are for everyone: Jasper is a brilliant green jewel in the valleySoaring mountain peaks and the majestic Victoria Glacier create majestic views. But memories of the famous emerald lake will stay with you long after you return home. Bedding down at Pine Bungalows brings you deep into the park experience.
Scenic Stop with lunch
Athabasca Falls
Check-in at Pine Bungalows

Day Six: Jasper and Area


The Rockies are for everyone; the observatory - not for the faint of heartJasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies comprises a vast wilderness area of Alberta province defined by glaciers, lakes and peaks. No visit to this area is complete without a memorable meal at the elegant Fairmont Jasper. An evening at the observatory reveals the heavens filled with brilliant stars. A bracing ride on the Jasper Gondola rounds out your adventure.
Dinner at the Fairmont Jasper
Observatory/Dark Sky Preserve
Jasper Gondola

Day Seven: Bus to Banff


The Rockies are for everyone; Banff is full of accessible trains with access to spectacular viewsEnjoy the relaxing ride and Spectacular Scenery.
Kayak the River
Banff Centre for Performing Arts

Day Eight: Leave for Calgary


The Rockies are for everyone: The Lionsgate bridge in Calgary is a sight to seeYou will see rolling hillsides and farmlands as you exit the Rockies.
Visit Bragg Creek
Visit Chinook Honey
Meal at Saskatoon Berry Farm

Day Nine: Drumheller


The Rockies are for everyone: spectacular desert sunset is radient with hues of orange and goldDrumheller is known as the Dinosaur Capital of the World
Tyrrell Museum
Steam Train Excursion with Dinner

Day Ten: Departure from Calgary


The Rockies are for everyone - Calgary, with the saddledome in the forground and the towers of downtown in the background, is resplendent against a bright blue skyAfter checking out of the hotel, we are here to help you with the next leg of your trip, whether it be home or onto another adventure.
Tours can be tailored to your particular interests

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This tour includes:

    *NOTE: Kayaking and hot springs may not be suitable for all abilities; some activities include meals

Canadian Rockies Accessible Adventure

10 days!


$6155 per person

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