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6-Day Rocky Mountaineer Classic Summer Tour from Vancouver, end in Calgary (with Airport Drop-off) - Tour Code: 19434

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Child prices apply for the hotel, bus seat occupancy, optional tours and admissions tickets.

If the child is under 2 years of age, the room/seat can be shared for free for the child. (Note: No seat will be provided for child)

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Start City: Vancouver End City: Calgary

Duration: 6 Day(s) Language: Chinese&English Airport Pickup: No

Highlights

☆ Travel in style on the award-winning Rocky Mountaineer!

☆ Enjoy 2 on-board breakfast and lunch on the Train while enjoy the majestic scenery

☆ Stay 4 nights in the Rockies (Jasper Town & Banff Town)

☆ Explore Canada's most beloved national parks, Jasper, Banff & Yoho National Parks

☆ Stay for 2 hours in Lake Louis in the morning for the best lighting and views.

☆ Multiple optional activities one cannot miss in the Rockies

  • Banff Sulphur Mt Gondola - Enjoy a 360º view of Banff (stop for about 90 minutes)
  • Glacier Adventure: Snocoach and Skywalk - Visit the Canadian Rockies and tour over the Athabasca Glacier in a giant Ice Explorer; a once in a lifetime experience. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the glacier from the Glacier Skywalk.
  • Maligne Lake Cruise - one of the best cruises in Canada. Cruise to Spirit Island, one of the most photographed places in the Canadian Rockies.

☆ Likely to sell out 30 days before the trip. Book soon!

Itinerary

Day 1: Vancouver - Rocky Mountaineer - Kamloops

Summary of The Day

Early in the morning, make your own way to Vancouver Station to board the train at 7:30 a.m Travel from the coastal city of Vancouver to Kamloops, in the heart of British Columbia’s interior.

Start the journey with a welcome-aboard breakfast on the train.

The train follows the scenic Fraser Valley, pass through the lush, forests and winding river canyons to the desert-like inland. Highlights include the rushing waters of Hell’s Gate in the Fraser Canyon and the steep slopes and rock sheds along the Thompson River.

Lunchtime, you get to enjoy a well-prepared three-course lunch in the comfort of your seat.

Finally, at around 6:00pm-7:30pm, you will disembark in Kamloops, the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day on the train.

Overnight in the hotel in Kamloops. Your luggage will be transferred to the hotel.

Please note

1. You need to arrange your own transport to the Vancouver Station(1755 Cottrell Street, Vancouver, BC). Please arrive at least 30 mins.

2. Bring the e-boarding pass and valid ID for boarding.

3. The train may delay and affect your following trip. Please understand.

4. Please confirm your boarding time with Rocky Mountaineer before departure.

5. Kamloops Accommodation

Upon check-in for your train departure you will receive a boarding pass which will indicate your Kamloops accommodation. Your accommodation in Kamloops will be of a moderate standard, and will include all the essential amenities to make your stay comfortable.

Silverleaf Sample Meal

Breakfast Sample Menu

  • Breakfast begins with a cinnamon scone, baked daily, and a fresh fruit salad.
  • THREE CHEESE OMELETTE
  • FIELD BERRY PARFAIT

Lunch Sample Menu

  • SLICED TOMATO SALAD
  • Main (choose one: GRILLED SALMON;BRAISED SHORT RIBS)
  • CHEF'S DESSERT CREATION
Sightseeing
Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer, an eight-time winner of “World’s Leading Travel Experience by Train” by World Travel Awards and National Geographic, is highly regarded as one of the best traveling experience. It combines the majestic vistas of the Canadian Rockies with the comfort of luxury train experience (2 levels of services: GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf)

Rocky Mountaineer offers the classic routes to choose from, including: First Passage to the West, Journey Through The Clouds, Rainforest to Gold Rush.

  • First Passage to the West: Vancouver - Kamloops - Banff/Lake Louise
  • Journey Through The Clouds: Vancouver - Kamloops - Jasper
  • Rainforest to Gold Rush: Vancouver - Whistler - Quesnel - Jasper
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Meals
Hotel (included)
Kamloops Hotel , OR Similar

Day 2: Kamloops - Rocky Mountaineer - Banff /Lake Louise

Summary of The Day

Boarding at 6:25 AM at Kamloops.

From Kamloops, continue the journey to the west through Roger Pass the Spiral Tunnels and Kicking Horse Pass.

Breakfast and lunch will be served on the train.

Later today, arrive in Banff at around 8:00pm-9:30pm (Mountain Time)

Sightseeing
Canadian Rockies

Canadian Rockies

The Rocky Mountains of Canada are a vast land – filled with inspiring scenery, wildlife, a multitude of recreational activities for all ages and a lot of unique opportunities that only the people who live in this area know about.

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Silver Leaf

Silver Leaf

  • Single-level glass-dome coach
  • Full glass-dome windows
  • Outdoor viewing area
  • Delicious breakfast and lunch served in the comfort of your seat
  • Complimentary beverages and snacks
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Gold Leaf

Gold Leaf

  • Bi-level glass-dome coach
  • Oversized glass-dome windows
  • Large, exclusive outdoor viewing platform
  • Gourmet breakfast and lunch served in a lower-level dining room
  • Complimentary beverages and snacks
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Meals
Hotel (included)
Aspen Lodge , OR Similar

Day 3: Banff National Park

Summary of The Day

Today, we will explore Canada's oldest national park - Banff national park.

We will visit Sulphur Mountain where guests will have a chance to take a Gondola Ride (optional, at your own expense) to the top of Sulphur Mountain. 

In addition, we will visit Johnston Canyon, Bow Falls, Surprise Corner and Hoodoos.

Then, you can explore Banff town at your pace, explore a myriad of galleries, trendy shops, and boutiques.

Sightseeing
Banff Gondola

Banff Gondola

This unique cable-car ride takes visitors to Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park to the top of Sulphur Mountain, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Atop the mountain, you can experience a bird's eye view of six mountain ranges, a long boardwalk, and two small museums.Read more
Johnston Canyon

Johnston Canyon

Johnston Creek is a tributary of the Bow River in Canada's Rocky Mountains. The creek is located in Banff National Park. As Johnston Creek approaches the Bow River, it flows through a large canyon formed by erosion over thousands of years. The creek has cut through the limestone rock to form sheer canyon walls, as well as waterfalls, tunnels, and pools.

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Banff National Park

Banff National Park

When many people hear of Canada, the first place that springs to mind is Banff. The soaring peaks, dense coniferous forests and abundant wildlife are a Canadian institution. The Banff townsite sits within Banff National Park, Canada's oldest and most spectacular Heritage Site. Home to many of the nation’s most famous landmarks, densely populated with wildlife and full of opportunities for relaxation and adventure, Banff is Canada’s ambassador to the world and one of the country's most-visited tourist attractions.

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Banff Town

Banff Town

Banff is a resort town and one of Canada's most popular tourist destinations, known for its mountainous surroundings and hot springs. It is located in Alberta's Rockies along the Trans-Canada Highway, approximately 126 km west of Calgary and 58 km east of Lake Louise. It is a destination for outdoor sports and features extensive hiking, biking, scrambling and skiing.

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Meals
Hotel (included)
Aspen Lodge , OR Similar

Day 4: Banff Town - Columbia Icefield - Jasper Town

Summary of The Day

Start your journey today to Jasper National Park, the biggest National Park in Canada.

In the morning, you will travel through Icefield Parkway, reach Bow Lake.

Afterwards, you will visit Columbia Icefield (approx. 3.5-hour stay), you’ll travel on a massive Ice Explorer (snowcoach) to a place where you can walk on, feel and drink from the Athabasca Glacier. Then, take a jaw-dropping walk along the glass-floored Glacier Skywalk and step high above Sunwapta Valley..

In addition, we will visit the Athabasca Falls and then head to Jasper Town.

Sightseeing
Bow Lake

Bow Lake

Bow Lake is a small lake in western Alberta, Canada. It is located on the Bow River, in the Canadian Rockies, at an altitude of 1920 m. It is one of the lakes that line the Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, other such lakes being Hector Lake, Lake Louise, Peyto Lake, Mistaya Lake, Waterfowl Lakes, Chephren Lake and Sunwapta Lake.

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Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, spanning 10,878 km2 (4,200 sq mi). It is located in the province of Alberta, north of Banff National Park and west of Edmonton. The park includes the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls, and mountains.Read more
Columbia Icefield

Columbia Icefield

The Columbia Icefield is the largest icefield in the Rocky Mountains of North America. This incredible Icefield feeds eight major glaciers in the area, including Athabasca Glacier and Dome Glacier.

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Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Falls is a waterfall in Jasper National Park on the upper Athabasca River, approximately 30 kilometres south of the townsite of Jasper, Alberta, Canada, and just west of the Icefields Parkway. A powerful, picturesque waterfall, Athabasca Falls is not known so much for the height of the falls (23 metres), as it is known for its force due to the large quantity of water falling into the gorge. The river 'falls' over a layer of hard quartzite and through the softer limestone below carving the short gorge and a number of potholes. The falls can be safely viewed and photographed from various viewing platforms and walking trails around the falls.

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Jasper Town

Jasper Town

It is the heart of Jasper National Park. 2nd biggest town in the Canadian Rockies.

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Meals
Hotel (included)
Whistlers Inn Lobstick Lodge , OR Similar

Day 5: Jasper National Park - Banff Town

Summary of The Day

Today we will continue our adventures in Jasper National Park, where you will visit the Maligne Lake. You can embark a Maligne Lake Cruise (approx. 100 mins) at your own expenses. 

Then we will visit Maligne Canyon, where we will stay for about 30 minutes.

Passing by the Medicine Lake, we will then arrive at the Peyto Lake in Banff National Park, with a short stay at the Crossing.

After that, we will tour the Crowfoot Glacier for another 15 minutes.

* If Peyto Lake is closed, we will visit WaterFowl Lake

Sightseeing
Maligne Lake

Maligne Lake

Maligne Lake Cruise(optional) operation time: end of May - beginning of Oct.

Maligne Lake is located in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. It is famed for the vibrancy color of its water, the surrounding peaks, the three glaciers visible from the lake and Spirit Island. The lake is located 44 km south of Jasper town and is accessible by motor vehicle, including shuttle buses from Jasper. Boat tours run to Spirit Island in the spring to the autumn season.

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Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon: It is carved into the Palliser Formation, a layer of limestone deposited in a shallow tropical sea by lime-secreting plankton about 365-million years ago.

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Medicine Lake

Medicine Lake

Medicine Lake: During the summer, glacier melt waters flood the lake, sometimes overflowing it. In fall and winter the lake disappears, becoming a mudflat with scattered pools of water connected by a stream. Medicine Lake is one of the largest known sinking rivers in the Western Hemisphere and may be the largest inaccessible cave system anywhere in the world!

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Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is a glacier-fed lake in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake itself is easily accessed from the Icefields Parkway. It was named for Bill Peyto, an early trail guide and trapper in the Banff area. The lake is formed in a valley of the Waputik Range, between Caldron Peak, Peyto Peak and Mount Jimmy Simpson, at an elevation of 1,860 m.

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Crowfoot Glacier

Crowfoot Glacier

Crowfoot Glacier is located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, 32 km (20 mi) northwest of Lake Louise, and can be viewed from the Icefields Parkway. Crowfoot Glacier is east of the continental divide, and runoff from the glacier supplies water to the Bow River. The glacier has retreated since the end of the Little Ice Age and now has lost one entire lobe; it therefore no longer resembles the glacier which early explorers named. The glacier was measured to be 1.5 km² (0.58 miles²).

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Meals
Hotel (included)
Aspen Lodge Lake Louise Inn , OR Similar

Day 6: Lake Louise – Moraine Lake – Yoho National Park – Home

Summary of The Day

In the morning, we will go to visit Lake Louise (approx. 120-min stay) in Banff National Park. We will spend more time enjoying the picturesque views there and then continue to Moraine Lake/Ten Peak Vally (approx. 45-min stay).

After that, we will head to Yoho National Park. Passing by Spiral Tunnel, we will then arrive at Emerald Lake (approx. 20-min stay). 

Afterward, we will move to Natural Bridge (approx. 15-min stay).

Drop-off at Calgary Airport.

Lunch Package

Optional lunch package includes lunch for today at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

Note

Please book the departure flight scheduled after 9:30 pm.

Sightseeing
Lake Louise

Banff National Park: Lake Louise (approx. 120mins)

Lake Louise is a glacial lake in Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park. The lake is known for its vibrant blue-green coloration, which comes from rock flour carried into the lake by the water of the nearby melting glaciers.

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Moraine Lake

Banff National Park: Moraine Lake (approx. 45mins)

This glacial lake in Banff National Park's Valley of the Ten Peaks has a brilliant bright blue color due to the refraction of light off the rock flour deposited in the lake on a continual basis. This beautifully famous lake has appeared in advertisements all over the world and is a beloved attraction for tourists to visit.

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Yoho National Park

Yoho National Park

Named for a Cree expression of awe and wonder, Yoho lies on the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Vertical rock walls, waterfalls, and dizzying peaks draw visitors from all over the world. With exceptional hiking and sightseeing, the park offers a unique glimpse of Canada’s natural wonders, from the secrets of ancient ocean life to the power of ice and water.

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Emerald Lake

Yoho National Park: Emerald Lake (approx. 20mins)

Emerald Lake is located in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. It is the largest of Yoho's 61 lakes and ponds, as well as one of the park's premier tourist attractions. Emerald Lake Lodge, a high-end lodge perched on the edge of the lake, provides local accommodation. A 5.2 km (3.2 mi) hiking trail circuits the lake, the first half of which is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. During the summer months, canoe rentals are available; in the winter, the lake is a popular cross country skiing destination.

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Natural Bridge

Yoho National Park: Natural Bridge (approx. 15mins)

Referenced in "Moby Dick" and called by Thomas Jefferson "the most Sublime of nature's works," Virginia's Natural Bridge (located in an eponymous town) has been fascinating travellers for hundreds of years. The rock arch has a 90-foot span.

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Pricing
Inclusions

    1. Hotel accommodations for 5 nights

    2. Bilingual tour guide (Chinese and English)

    3. Transportation via air-conditioned coach

    4. 5% GST Tax

    5. 2 days on Rocky Mountaineer (Silverleaf)

Exclusions

    1. Meals (Vegan food options available)

    2. All personal expenses, such as laundry, phone, and travel insurance

    3. Mandatory Tips/Service Fee (Min. C$10/person/day for tour guide and driver, C$5/person/way for airport transfer) Please pay in cash to the tour guide while on the bus. Any child/Infant reserving a seat will have to pay the service fees as well.

    4. Child Safety seat: C$32 per person. If the child under 2 wants to apply car seat, you should pay the child pricing at the time of booking.

    5. Luggage allowance: 1 check-in luggage (29-inch) and 1 carry-on is allowed for each guest. Extra luggage will be charged for C$26.5 (incl. tax) per piece per day.

    6. Mandatory Fee (Prices are only for reference and subject to change without prior notice. Please select at the time of booking.)

     * Admission tickets to National Parks & Daily Breakfast - Adult C$132, Child (0-15) C$90

    7. Optional Tours (Prices are only for reference and subject to change without prior notice. Please select at the time of booking.)

      * Sulfur Mountain Gondola Ride + Ice Explorer + Skywalk + Maligne Lake Cruise- Adult C$241, Children (6-15) C$121

      * Lunch Package (4 Lunches, including one at Chateau Lake Louise Lunch) - C$142 per person, FREE for children under 2

Departure Points
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Vancouver

Rocky Mountaineer Vancouver Station

1755 Cottrell Street, Vancouver, BC

07:30

**Please reach to the departure points at least 10-15 minutes early.

Booking Info
Reminder

    1. Globerouter cooperates with top local tour operators and ensures the best quality of services to all travelers.

    2. The sequence of itineraries is subject to change without prior notice according to departure date, weather, traffic, etc.

    3. Adult pricing applies to all children.

    4. Please ensure safety of your luggage always, especially in public areas. The tour operator or the tour guide cannot be held responsible for any loss of personal belongings.

    5. In case of attraction closures (due to holidays or construction, etc.), the tour guide may make some necessary changes to the itinerary accordingly.

    6. Luggage allowance: each traveler is allowed a maximum of 1 suitcase (29 inch) and 1 carry-on bag. Oversized or excessive luggage will be charged additional fees.(C$25+5%GST/per piece, please pay in cash to the guide)

    7. Due to resources shortage in the Rocky Mountains, please select the optional tours / meals at the time of booking. It will be unavailable to book 14 days before the tour starts or upon arrival.

    8. Two full-sized beds per room. No additional bed for children, 3rd or 4th travelers. No smoking in hotels.

    9. Waiting time of pick-up service: within 90 minutes upon arrival of international flights; within 60 minutes upon arrival of domestic flights. Guests who arrive late and still need pick-up service will be charged again. In case of cancellation or change of flights, guests need to contact with the local tour operator at least 2 hours before the scheduled arrival time of flights.

    10. Due to peak travel season and the Oil Show and Stampede, the hotel accommodation is subject to availability and prices may fluctuate. Please refer to the final confirmation.

    11. National Park Pass / City Pass / Entry Tickets / Annual or Season Passes / Senior Pass (or) any admission tickets to attractions purchased on your own are not allowed on this tour. All mandatory / optional tour services, have to be purchased as instructed in the exclusions section.

    12. Tour is not wheel chair accessible.

    13. Hotel upgrade: Upgrade surcharges are subject to availability and are non-refundable. Upgrade Location depends on the Itinerary

Cancellation / Modification and Refund Policy

Non-refundable on any changes or cancellation once confirmation is issued

Cancellation and Refund Policy

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Please check the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

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What's the temperature in Rocky Mountains? What should I bring and wear?
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Dear Customer,

Shown below are average temperatures in Banff (Lowest-Highest):

Seasons ºC ºF
Spring -3 – 9 27 - 48
Summer 7 – 25 45 – 77
Autumn -1 – 10 30 – 50
Winter -5 – -15 5 – 23

 

Casual wear is recommended. Prepare jacket for morning and night during Spring and Summer; bring coats during Fall and Winter. Suggest wearing comfortable and non-slippery shoes, sunglasses or hats.

We highly recommend you check the weather forecast before your arrival.

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