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Map Courtesy Rocky Mountaineer Vacations®
You'll spend two nights in Vancouver and enjoy a city tour of many sights in this beautiful coastal city. Your rail adventure onboard the Rocky Mountaineer begins with your journey from Vancouver to Kamloops.

The next day onboard the Rocky Mountaineer you follow Eagle Pass and Rogers Pass into the Canadian Rockies and on to Banff where you'll enjoy a morning motorcoach tour of the Banff area. Banff National Park's unique blend of first class amenities, stunning scenery, warm hospitality and local heritage will exceed your expectations. The alpine beauty of the Canadian Rockies is the setting for the mountain resort communities of Banff and Lake Louise.

The Canadian Rockies offers visitors endless year-round opportunities for adventure and relaxation. The winter season offers virtually no lift lines at the three world-class ski resorts of Banff Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise, or for the more adventurous, experience mountain skiing via helicopter. Banff and Lake Louise offer a winter wonderland of activities including festivals, Canyon Icewalks, snowshoeing, dogsledding and cross country skiing, just to name a few. The summer season in Banff National Park is an outdoor enthusiasts' dream. Enjoy activities ranging from guided hikes to white water rafting, helicopter sightseeing to trail rides, and mountain biking to gondola sightseeing, Cruise on beautiful Lake Minnewanka to the famed Devil's Gap - there's something for everyone! Every season is a new world in the Canadian Rockies, with stunning scenery that changes with each.

You'll be thrilled with the view from a mountain gondola ride to the peak of Sulphur Mountain. On your way to Jasper you'll enjoy a full-day motorcoach tour of the Icefields Parkway and a Snocoach ride. The Snocoach Tour will take you out onto the Athabasca Glacier, a tongue of the Columbia Icefield, for an awe-inspiring glimpse of icy crevasses and ice-fed streamlets. Your driver will point out interesting geological features as you travel in safety and comfort. The highest point along the Icefields Parkway is Bow Summit at 2069 metres (6787 feet above sea level) while the elevation at the Village of Lake Louise is 1534 metres (5,033 feet above sea level).

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In Jasper, you'll be treated to a "Discover Jasper Tour." The next day you are free to enjoy this stunning mountain village on your own. Jasper National Park is Canada's largest Rocky Mountain Park and one of North America's largest natural areas and wildlife sanctuary spanning 10,878 sq. km. (4,200 sq. mi.) of awe-inspiring scenic splendour Jasper National Park is located in the Rocky Mountains in the west-central portion of the province of Alberta, adjacent to the British Columbia boundary. Nestled in the midst of this vast unspoiled grandeur lies the picturesque town of Jasper where many of our first-class facilities await the visitor. Jasper offers four season fun in a pristine Rocky Mountain environment. Shimmering glaciers, abundant wildlife, crystal clear lakes, thundering waterfalls, deep canyons and evergreen forests surrounded by towering rugged mountain peaks - all a part of the Jasper experience.

From Jasper, travel to Kamloops, following the trail of the Overlanders through the Canadian Rockies. Pass through Mount Robson Provincial Park - the peak of Mount Robson is the highest in the Canadian Rockies, towering 12,972 feet (3954 m) over the western entrance to the park. Mount Robson Provincial Park, one of the oldest in British Columbia, contains the headwaters of the Fraser River, and, in the northwest section of the park, the massive Berg Glacier, notable for being one of the few living (or advancing) glaciers in the Canadian Rockies.

Your tour will continue onboard the Rocky Mountaineer® as it follows the glacier-fed Thompson River until it meets the legendary Fraser. Pass Hell's Gate on the way through the Coastal Mountains and continue on to Vancouver.

11 nights/12 days
Package Includes

4 days onboard the Rocky Mountaineer®
4 breakfasts, 4 lunches
11 nights accommodation
Tour of Vancouver
Banff Tour and Banff Gondola ride
Icefields Parkway Tour and Snocoach ride
Tour of Jasper
Rail Station transfers in Vancouver, Kamloops, Jasper and Banff
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