DAY 1: Vancouver – Whistler
We will leave Vancouver in the early morning for Whistler. Whistler is a town north of Vancouver, that’s home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America. Whistler has lot of biking and hiking trails. This is the best place to start an adventure tour.
Optional Zip line course – CAD $119 – $199 per person
DAY 2: Whistler
We will spend one more day in Whistler.
DAY 3: Whistler - Wells Gray Provincial Park
One day 3 we will leave for Wells Gray Provincial Park. It is around 5 hours drive. Wells Gray Provincial Park is a large wilderness park located in east-central British Columbia. It is British Columbia’s fourth largest park. Wells Gray Park bears the nickname “Canada’s Waterfalls Park” because 39 waterfalls are found within its boundaries. Following are the park’s major attractions:
Canim Falls and many more
We will be staying at Guest house located in the Park.
DAY 4: Wells Gray Provincial Park
We will spend one more day here so that you can enjoy the beauty of the park and its waterfalls.
DAY 5: Wells Gray Provincial Park – Jasper National Park
We will leave for Jasper national park in the early morning. It is around 3 hours drive. It is in the province of Alberta. We will be able to see a lot of wildlife here including grizzly bear, coyote, mountain goat, bighorn sheep, black bear, timber wolf, hoary marmot, cougar, and wolverine. This park offers lots of hiking and biking trails to enjoy the scenic beauty.
Mountain biking – Jasper – CAD$8.00-CAD$75.00/person
Horseback riding – CAD$55.00/person
DAY 6: Jasper National Park
Enjoy another day exploring the Jasper National park and the scenic mountains.
DAY 7: Jasper National Park – Icefields Parkway – Banff National park
We will go to Banff National Park and will got through the Icefields Parkway. To travel the Icefields Parkway is to experience one of Canada’s best destinations. This drive offers access to a vast wilderness of pristine mountain lakes, ancient glaciers and broad sweeping valleys. This road trip of offers the opportunity to see diverse wildlife, stop at majestic viewpoints and view interpretive displays does not matter if you are traveling by car, bus, bike, or on foot.
Aerial gondola/tramway – Banff — CAD$40/person
Scenic glacier flight – Banff — CAD$195.00 or CAD$325.00/person
Guided glacier walks – Icefields Parkway –CAD$80/person
DAY 8: Banff National park
We will spend another day in Banff National park. On day 8th, we will be visiting Johnston and Stewart Canyon.
Johnston Canyon 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. Stewart Canyon is a day hiking trail, which is a low-elevation trail leading to the canyon where the Cascade River flows into Lake Minnewanka. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding.
DAY 9: Banff National park – Lake Louise – Calgary
We will be visiting Lake Louise on our last day of the adventure tour. It is known for its Turquoise, Glacier fed lake ringed, high peaks. It has a canoe dock in summers and there is skating rink on the frozen lake in winters.
After spending the day at Lake Louise we will depart for Calgary where our tour will end. We will reach Calgary around 6.00 pm.