Watching surfers in Tofino, creating a postcard-perfect photo in Jasper, sipping lattes with the pretty people in Vancouver, feeling humble while gazing up at the mighty Rockies, getting a bird's-eye view of Banff from a gondola, sharing lunch with the goats at Coombs market.
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The Rockies are a great reason to explore the Canadian West, but why stop there? We asked that question, then answered it with this trip—a sprawling, nature-rich mini-epic that melds some of Canada’s best national parks with time off the mist-shrouded shores of Vancouver Island. Loaded with diverse experiences—whale-watching, glacier hikes, hot springs and much, much more—and bookend nights in Calgary and Vancouver, you’ll stuff a lifetime’s worth of adventure into the space of a mere two weeks.
This trip also runs in reverse from Vancouver to Calgary. See National Parks of the Canadian Rockies Eastbound
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Discover the town, view wildlife, take a gondola ride or hike up Tunnel or Sulphur Mountains for spectacular views. Hot springs anyone?
Awe at the phenomenal Takakkaw Falls. Go for an optional rafting trip, hike the six Glacier Trail or to Agnes Lake Tea House.
Take in the views of the parkway. Visit beautiful Peyto Lake, and stop at Columbia Icefield. Option for Ice Age adventure: Take the snow coach up the Icefield or take a flight over the area. Visit Maligne Canyon, hike Bald Hills.
Take in sights of the immense Mount Robson. Visit Overland Falls and Spahats Creek Falls. Full-day canoeing in the Canadian wilderness, and enjoy an evening BBQ.
Relax and take a dip at Green Lake Provincial Park. Head for a morning hike up the trails in the Whistler area, and explore fascinating Whistler on your own.
Ferry across to Vancouver Island. Stroll the trails beneath ancient Douglas firs in MacMillan Provincial Park. Embark on a half-day Zodiac tour for marine wildlife viewing, then explore Pacific Rim National Park.
Head to the center of Duncan to observe First Nations art and culture. Take a stroll around the city and take in the west coast vibe.
Check out the sites on a city tour, then discover Vancouver on your own.
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