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Whistler Quesnel Gold Pan Lake Louise

the Canadian Rockies, the town of Banff has all the

amenities you could wish for. The lively streets of

downtown are lined with top class restaurants, bars

and shops, as well as a vibrant mix of art galleries

and museums. The town is small, which means it's

easy to get around and accessible to everyone.

Calgary, Alberta

Set dramatically between prairies and peaks,

Calgary is a chic Canadian metropolis, buzzing with

innovative energy while embracing its rich western

heritage. Immerse yourself in that Wild West spirit

at the annual Calgary Stampede, a 10 day whoopup embraced

by the whole city. Surrounded by

incomparable natural beauty, Calgary is a place

where you can explore the magic of the Canadian

Rockies or the mystery of the badlands by day and

be back in time for dinner.

Jasper, Alberta

Jasper is the entry point to epic adventure, where

true outsiders seek out raw and untouched wild, and

where boundless trails link peaks to valley, forests

to icefields. It is here that bears and elk and moose

stand amongst 11,000 sq. km of real Canadian

Rockies. As Canada's base of adventure, Jasper is a

rugged resort for those who want to step outside of

their comfort zone - but return to the comforts of

an authentic mountain town. Where amenities and

accommodations feel refined, yet true to the place,

and where people welcome you like you're one of

their own.

Lake Louise, Alberta

Lake Louise is world famous for its turquoise lakes,

the Victoria Glacier, soaring mountain backdrop,

palatial hotel, and incredible hiking. Surrounded

by a lifetime's worth of jaw-dropping sights and

adventures, Lake Louise is a rare place that must

be experienced to be believed. The vibrant waters

of Lake Louise are 3 miles from the hamlet of Lake

Louise. Named for Queen Victoria's fourth daughter,

Lake Louise is a truly awe-inspiring sight. The

hanging Victoria Glacier and an amphitheatre of

rugged peaks provide an imposing backdrop to the

lake, which is about 1.5 miles long and 295

feet deep.


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