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The Canadian Rockies

A natural wonder, wild and delicate, a place for tranquility and thrill-seeking, and home to fields of alpine plants, native wildlife, turquoise lakes and dense emerald forests.

This is an escorted road trip through astonishing terrain, from the Great Plains to the Pacific Ocean, via some of the planet’s most sublime scenery. Along the way, you’ll witness ice-capped peaks, vast glaciers and valley floors of Alberta and British Columbia; pass pristine, blue lakes, alpine meadows, the resorts of Banff, Jasper and Whistler, as well as Vancouver, a world-class city.

Duration: 26 days

Holiday Type:
Escorted Motorhome Tours

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Departure dates:

  • September 3, 2024
    On request
    from £6,499  per person
  • May 20, 2025 from £6,699  per person
  • September 2, 2025 from £7,199  per person
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  • Calgary – Home of the Calgary Stampede
  • Banff and Lake Minnewanka
  • Lake Louise and the Icefields Parkway
  • Jasper and Maligne Lake
  • Wells Gray Provincial Park with its waterfalls
  • Cache Creek – an original ’fur town’
  • The Sea-to-Sky Highway to Vancouver
  • Whistler with its Peak 2 Peak Gondola
  • The Okanagan Valley – Famous for its wines
  • Radium Hot Springs and the Glacier National Park

UNESCO World Heritage Sites:

  • Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks

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What's Included

  • International flights to Canada
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Transfers to and from the motorhome depot
  • 3 nights in a centrally located hotel in Calgary including breakfast
  • 21 nights pre-booked campsites
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinners
  • Locally guided by professional and experienced Canadian guides
  • Gratuities for your tour hosts
  • Fraserway C-Small RV hire for 22 days, including:
    • Full Inclusive Package including Convenience Kits, Preparation Fee, CDR and unlimited km’s
    • Collision Damage Waiver
    • Levelling blocks
    • Kitchen Equipment, linen and bedding
    • Reversing camera
    • Camping chairs
    • Road maps
    • Personalised road book with travel tips and day-to-day driving itinerary with local area information
    • Mobile itinerary app with offline maps and real time itinerary updates
    • National Park Fees

Not Included:

Kananaskis Conservation Pass CAD$15 plus 5% GST per day per vehicle.


The trip starts in Calgary, a modern, breezy city with great eateries, a vibrant music scene and a rich western heritage as Canada’s ‘Cowtown’ and home to the ‘Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth’: the annual 10 day Calgary Stampede.

Get to know the bustling downtown with its western stores and amazing views from the 191 metre high Calgary Tower Observation Deck. At the Heritage Park Historical Village the buildings date from 1915 or earlier. Ride a steam train, visit the old shops, post office, church and school and get a real feel for frontier life in times past.

Distance: 150km (93miles)

Today you’ll pick up your RV and head to Banff in the heart of the Rockies.

Take time to get to know Banff, Lake Minnewanka, the Vermillion Lakes, Johnston Canyon and Sulphur Mountain – enjoy a dip in the hot pools and take the leisurely gondola to the top of the mountain for breath taking wraparound vistas.

Distance: 290km (180miles)

Prepare for a truly memorable day. The Icefields Parkway is often considered the world’s most spectacular road. Running 230km from Lake Louise to Jasper, it features the best of Rocky Mountain scenery, with cascading rivers, high mountain passes, alpine glaciers, snowy peaks and crystal clear turquoise lakes.

Along the way keep an eye open for black bears, deer and coyotes. Stop whenever you can and drink in the views – highlights include the Crowfoot Glacier, Peyto Lake and Lake Louise. Maybe find time to take a glacier tour at the Columbia Icefields?

Jasper National Park is jaw droppingly wild and beautiful. More rugged than its utterly beautiful southerly sister Banff, it is immense in every sense, with unique wildlife, vast icefields and desolate expanses. Cruise along the Maligne Lake, admire the alpine meadows and Mount Edith Cavell glacier, a carpet of colourful wildflowers in spring. Follow hiking trails on Mount Whistler or even slip into the warm embrace of the waters at historic Miette Hot springs.

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Distance: 320km (199miles)

The Yellowhead Highway leads you through Mount Robson Provincial Park, home of the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. From there you’ll continue through the high jagged peaks and glaciers of Cariboo Mountains to Clearwater and on to Wells Gray Provincial Park.

Wells Gray Provincial Park is a true wilderness, certainly one of Canada’s most beautiful parks. Immerse yourself in natural surroundings, with pounding waterfalls, guided walks, hiking trails, white water rafting and kayaking.

The wildlife is exceptional: black bears, grizzlies, moose, mountain goats, caribou, wolves and cougars. Don’t miss Dawson and Spahats Falls and especially Helmcken Falls, which plunge 140 metres down into a mist-filled abyss and which, in winter, freeze into a pinnacle of ice.

Distance: 207km (129miles)

Today you’ll be following Highway 5 along the North Thompson River; the valley stretches over 200 miles from Mount Robson and the Canadian Rockies in the north to its southern tip close to Kamloops. From Kamloops you’ll head west through the desert-like climate to Cache Creek, a town that was built from the fur trade.

Distance: 215km (134miles)

Head through the scenic Coastal Mountains on today’s journey to Whistler and stop at Duffey and Joffre Lakes for some stunning views.

Whistler is another stunning ski resort that also offers plenty of activities in the summer months. We recommend taking the Peak 2 Peak Gondola for amazing mountain scenery. You could also take a seaplane for a flight over the mountains and glaciers or try a 4WD tour across the mountains in search of bears.

Distance: 170km (106miles)

Today you’ll be driving the scenic Sea to Sky Highway along the shores of the Pacific Ocean. There’s so much to see along this route including waterfalls and a copper mine. We recommend a visit to see the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain both of which are located just outside of Vancouver.

You’ll have two full days to explore the seaside city of Vancouver and its stunning surrounds. A visit to Stanley Park is a must, but you should also try and head to Chinatown, Gastown and Granville Island too.

Distance: 383km (238miles)

Leaving Vancouver behind, cruise along the Crowsnest Pass (Highway 3) running from Hope at the east end of the Fraser Valley all the way east to the British Columbia-Alberta border in the Rockies. Near Hope, stop and explore the Othello Tunnels, an easy 3.5 km walk through four tunnels on the old railway track, cut through sheer granite between 1911 and 1916.

A little further on, 30 km south east of Hope pause and stroll among the tree cloaked hills and valleys of beautiful Manning Park with its crashing rivers and serene meadows.

Visit Oliver, the wine capital of Canada, to take a winery tour on the Golden Mile and Black Sage Road. Discover the best of Canadian wines and, of course, enjoy a tasting or pick up a sample of two.

Distance: 290km (181miles)

Today you’ll head north along the shores of the picturesque Okanagan Lake where you can enjoy the scenic views of the Okanagan Valley. There are pine forests, parks, vineyards and orchards all around, as well as the ever present mountains.

Stop in Kelowna and explore the attractive centre beside the lake, before proceeding to Vernon and stepping back in time at the Historic O’Keefe Ranch. There is no shortage of tempting stops today, with a range of wineries, orchards and fruit stands along the way.

At Revelstoke, venture into the Monashee and Selkirk Mountains for excellent alpine walking and biking trails. Visit the Revelstoke Dam, paddle a canoe or SUP on the lake or simply cruise along the Meadows in the Sky Parkway up to the summit of Mount Revelstoke for unforgettable views.

Distance: 253km (157miles)

Passing through the sublime Mount Revelstoke National Park, you’ll continue along the Trans-Canada Highway that skirts around towering mountains and glaciers to Glacier National Park. Wildlife is plentiful, if shy, so keep an eye out for bears and other animals on the road.

Radium Hot Springs offers soothing thermal spring water, naturally heated underground to 44 degrees Celsius and with different temperatures in different pools. It’s a great place to soak and relax. The town itself offers good bars and restaurants, a golf course and extraordinarily beautiful scenery.

Distance: 158km (99miles)

Passing through Kootenay National Park you’ll come across many easy hiking trails, viewpoints, hot springs and handy picnic areas. You’ll also cross the Continental Divide. So take it easy today and enjoy the drive.

Kananaskis is comprised of over ten provincial parks and wildlife reserves and is a wildlife haven for bear, moose, elk, mountain goats and sheep. From here you’ll descend from the Rockies and re-enter the Great Plains.

Distance: 85km (53miles)

Return your motorhome to the depot and then transfer to your Calgary hotel for an overnight stay and a Farewell Dinner.

Time for some last minute sightseeing or shopping before a late afternoon transfer to Calgary airport for your overnight flight to the UK.

Additional Information

Price per person is based on two people sharing, prices for solo travellers are available on request.

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Available Vehicles

You have the choice of 3 types of motorhome for this tour. The prices displayed are based on the Fraserway C-Small 3 berth model or you can upgrade to the Fraserway C-Medium 4 berth or the Fraserway C-Large 5 berth - please enquire for upgrade prices and availability. Click on the images for more details and specifications of each motorhome.


Our hosts for this tour all live in Canada and can't wait to share their passion for their home country with you. Each tour departure is led by one couple and you can click on their photos below to find out more about them.

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