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Roaming the Canadian Rockies: A week-long Adventure Through Banff And Jasper

Updated: Sep 5, 2023

Welcome, wanderers, thrill-seekers, and nature enthusiasts, to the majestic realm of the Canadian Rockies! Brace yourselves for an unforgettable journey through a landscape that seems straight out of a painter's most vivid dreams. Nestled in the western provinces of Canada, the Canadian Rockies offer a symphony of awe-inspiring sights, pristine wilderness, and heart-pounding adventures that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.

In this blog, I invite you to lace up your hiking boots, pack your camera, and join me on a whirlwind exploration of the iconic Banff National Park, the captivating Jasper National Park, the hidden gem Yoho National Park, and the pristine Glacier National Park of Canada. Each destination has its unique charm and wonders waiting to be discovered.

Our carefully crafted itinerary will guide you through the most thrilling adventures, the most picturesque viewpoints, and the coziest spots to unwind after a day of exploration. Whether you're a seasoned hiker or a leisurely stroller, the Canadian Rockies have something to offer every soul seeking a rendezvous with nature's grandeur.

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Where To Stay

Although the most popular option for lodging while exploring the Canadian Rockies is Banff or Canmore, I highly recommend splitting your stay equally between Banff/Canmore and Jasper. The reason being, each town is at each end of the Icefield Parkway, which you will be traversing multiple times. So by splitting your time by staying at both ends, you can cut down on your driving time.

There are numerous hotels and airBnB options in all 3 towns. However, BOOK EARLY! We booked our accommodation 2 months before our trip, which was the busy July 4th week. By then, almost all suitable accommodations were booked, and we had to resort to staying in Golden, which was almost 2 hr west of Banff.

Early Reservations

Thanks to social media, Banff and Jasper have becoming one of the top tourist destinations in North America. Due to this, and because of the short tourist season, between late May and early October, when all the roads and trails are open, Banff and Jasper can get extremely busy and crowded. Reservations, upto a month in advance for some, are highly recommended for some of the popular sights and experiences. Below is a list of activities which need early and timely planning:

Audio Guides

A great tip I received from fellow travelers was to download the Guide Along App on my iphone or android. With numerous tours to choose from, all for a small fee, the app will provide entertaining stories, tips and history of the location you are driving through, all of which will autoplay as you drive along. We downloaded the Icefield Parkway audio tour, and enjoyed it immensely throughout our trip.

National Park Pass

One essential item required for your Canadian Rockies adventure is the Canadian National Park Pass. One pass is sufficient to gain entry into Banff NP, Yoho NP, Jasper NP and Glacier National Park of Canada. Although you can buy a day pass, it expires at 4pm each day. So the most economical option is to go for the Discovery Pass which is good for a whole year. It cost CAD$145 at the time of this writing, and is good for 1 vehicle entry into any Canadian National Park. If you are visiting during the busy tourist season, I highly recommend buying the pass online and placing the printout on your dashboard while traveling through the parks. We waited until we got to Banff to buy our pass, and we were stuck in a long line of cars at the park entrance for almost half an hour.

What To Pack

The weather in the Canadian Rockies is unpredictable. When we visited in late June/early July, we experienced rainy days, cold mornings and sunny, cloudless days. So plan to pack layers and bring along a rain jacket/poncho. Wearing our hiking boots really helped during the rains, but at other times, we could make do with our runners on all the well paved hiking trails. Although many forums recommend carrying a bear spray, it is not really needed, unless you plan to hike in remote areas. We hiked the more popular trails, as described below, and we did not encounter any bears or wild animals.

Now that we got all these small details out of the way, it is time to buckle up and get ready to immerse yourself in an unforgettable escapade through the Canadian Rockies. Let the mountains call your name and the crisp alpine air rejuvenate your spirit. Get ready to embrace the rugged paradise that awaits – your Canadian Rockies adventure begins now!

Day 1

Arrive in Calgary. Calgary International Airport is the closest to Banff. If you plan to start your roadtrip from Jasper, then Edmonton Airport is the closest. However, the itinerary I have described here starts from Banff, and Calgary has more flight options from the US, than Edmonton.

Rent a car at the airport and start driving towards Banff. This is the start of your stunning journey to the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

Before hitting the town of Banff, stop at Grassi Lakes for the first of many memorable hikes. It is a moderate 2.1 mile loop trail that takes hikers to two beautiful turquoise lakes and a waterfall.

The emerald green Grassi Lakes

The trail is well-maintained and easy to follow. I would recommend while starting the hike, to take the right fork, as the climb is more gradual and you will be coming down some steep steps on your return, instead of climbing them while going up. The view of Bow Valley and the tall waterfall as you climb down, on your return, is breathtaking.

Bow valley and waterfall

As this area is within the Kananaskis provincial park, you will need to purchase a Conservation Pass online, prior to parking at the trailhead.

Banff Downtown

After the hike, stop by at downtown Banff for lunch and souvenir shopping. Banff is a charming mountain town nestled in the heart of Banff National Park. The streets are lined with shops, restaurants, and art galleries, and the views of the surrounding mountains are simply stunning. Parking comes at a premium in the area. We parked at the very large and free parking lot at the Banff train station, which is about 10 minutes walk from downtown Banff. There are numerous dining option along Banff avenue, which is closed to vehicular traffic. We enjoyed our pizza lunch at The Canadian Brewhouse, which had great views of the mountains and Banff avenue.

View from The Canadian Brewhouse

Banff downtown

After lunch and shopping, make your way on foot to Bow Falls Viewpoint. The viewpoint is an easy walk from Banff avenue, and is a popular trail to view the 30ft Bow Falls that falls over a cliff on the Bow River.

Bow River Falls

Banff Gondola

Head back to your car to drive to the Banff Gondola. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area. It is a cable car that takes visitors to the summit of Sulphur Mountain, offering stunning views of the park and the surrounding mountains. I had booked this a couple of days in advance to ensure we had tickets for our planned time and date. The parking lot is huge at Banff Gondola, so dont fall for the signs in downtown Banff warning you to park in downtown and take a bus up to the gondola. We had no issues finding parking on a Saturday at 4pm. The gondola ride itself takes about 8 minutes, and the summit is located at an elevation of 2,281 meters (7,486 feet). The summit has a number of attractions, including a restaurant, a gift shop, and a viewing platform, as well as a couple of hiking trails. There is a small theater inside the summit building, that screens 15 minute films about Banff and the surrounding mountains.

Views from the Banff Gondola

End the day by checking into your hotel/airbnb at Banff or Canmore.

Day 2

Day 2 promises to be a day filled with breathtaking views, iconic landmarks, and unforgettable experiences as you continue our journey through the enchanting Banff National Park.

Mt. Norquay Road Lookout As the sun begins to rise over the Rockies, start our day with a scenic drive to the Mt. Norquay Road Lookout. Just a short drive from Banff town, this picturesque viewpoint offers an awe-inspiring panorama of the surrounding peaks and valleys. With the valley below and the snow-capped mountains above, it's the perfect spot to breathe in the crisp mountain air and marvel at the grandeur of nature's masterpiece. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, as it's not uncommon to spot mountain goats or bighorn sheep grazing on the slopes.

View of Bow Valley, with the Bow River in the center, and the town of Banff on the far left. Vermilion Lakes Next up, head to the tranquil Vermilion Lakes, a series of three stunning lakes located just minutes from Banff town. Surrounded by lush greenery and framed by the magnificent Rockies, the Vermilion Lakes offer a picture-perfect reflection of the landscape. It's the ideal place for a leisurely walk or a peaceful picnic by the water's edge. As you stroll along the shoreline, you'll be captivated by the mirror-like reflections, making it a photographer's paradise. This is also a great location to capture some amazing sunset pictures. So plan to come back here at the end of your day, if time permits. Remember, in the summer months, the sun sets at 10pm or later!!

Vermillion Lake reflections

Banff Springs Hotel Now, it's time to visit the crown jewel of Banff – the world-renowned Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel. This iconic castle-like hotel exudes grandeur and elegance, nestled amidst the Rockies like a fairytale palace. Step inside to experience the opulent interiors and rich history of this architectural marvel. While you're here, indulge in a delightful afternoon tea or simply take a leisurely walk through the immaculately manicured gardens. Bear in mind that afternoon tea needs to be booked atleast a month in advance. We were unaware of the popularity of this place, so could only get reservations for lunch on one of its many rooftops, with excellent views of the surrounding mountains.

Banff Springs Hotel

Lunch with a view at Banff Springs Hotel

Iconic View of Banff Springs Hotel For the quintessential postcard-worthy shot, head to the viewpoint just below the Banff Arts Center, overlooking the Banff Springs Hotel. From here, you'll capture the perfect angle of the hotel against the backdrop of majestic mountains, with the Bow Falls below. This view is nothing short of magical, and you'll understand why it's one of the most photographed spots in the Canadian Rockies. Take your time to capture the beauty and soak in the ambiance of this unforgettable scene.

Hoodoos Trail No visit to Banff is complete without exploring the Hoodoos Trail. This short and easy trail is located further up the road from the Banff Arts Center, on Tunnel Mountain Road. The interpretive trail, with a small parking lot, provides numerous viewpoints of the Bow River flowing below and the Hoodoos. These natural sandstone formations, shaped by centuries of erosion, stand tall like ancient sentinels against the vast landscape.

Hoodoos of Banff

Johnston Canyon Hike As the day winds down, save the best for last – Johnston Canyon. This popular destination features a series of waterfalls and turquoise pools, accessible via a well-maintained trail that winds its way through the canyon. The Lower Falls and Upper Falls are awe-inspiring, and the steel catwalks along the cliffs offer thrilling viewpoints. Johnston Canyon is a true testament to the power of water, carving its way through the rock over millennia. Being an extremely popular hiking destination in the Canadian Rockies, expect to find large crowds and long lines to snap pictures in front of the Upper and Lower Falls. The area is very well developed, with large parking lots and ample restrooms at the trailhead.

Johnston Canyon - Lower and Upper Falls

Day 3

Day 3 is dedicated to immersing ourselves in the enchanting beauty of Lake Louise, a destination that needs no introduction. Today, you will embark on an unforgettable journey that will take you to iconic viewpoints, a charming teahouse, and the majestic shores of Moraine Lake. So, let's lace up our hiking boots and dive right into the splendor that awaits!

NOTE: As of 2023, personal vehicles are not allowed to drive up to Lake Moraine. The only way to access the lake is to walk or bike 11km each way from Lake Louise, or take a shuttle. Parks Canada offers shuttle services from the Park And Ride near Lake Louise, to Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and back to the Park and Ride Lot. Ticket sales for the shuttles open up at 8am MST, on their website, 48 hours (2 days) prior to your day of visit. The ticket prices are very nominal (CAD 5 at the time of writing). Plan ahead and dont miss the window of opportunity to book your tickets at 8am MST two days before your planned visit to both the lakes.

Lake Louise

As the sun rises, make your way to Lake Louise, to witness the mesmerizing turquoise waters that have inspired countless travelers and artists. With Victoria Glacier towering above and the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise gracing its shores, the lake's beauty is nothing short of captivating. First, grab a coffee or hot chocolate from the grab-and-go cafe in the Fairmont, before you head out to explore the lake. Take some time to stroll along the shoreline, bask in the tranquility, and snap a few photos to forever cherish this moment.

Lake Louise

Fairmont Hotel at Lake Louise

Embarking on this 7.7 mile scenic hike, ascend to the Lake Agnes Teahouse, a hidden gem perched beside Lake Agnes, a smaller lake nestled higher in the mountains. The moderate hike which starts at Lake Louise, winds through a lush forest, treating you to occasional glimpses of the surrounding peaks. Upon reaching the teahouse, you are welcomed with warm hospitality and freshly brewed tea, the perfect reward for your efforts.

Lake Agnes and the Teahouse

From here, continue on to the Big Beehive. The trail climbs further, revealing breathtaking views of both Lake Agnes and Lake Louise below. The panoramic vistas from the Big Beehive are nothing short of awe-inspiring and provide ample opportunities for capturing postcard-worthy snapshots. Find a picturesque spot along the shores of Lake Louise to indulge in a delightful picnic. With a backdrop of turquoise waters and majestic mountains, your meal will turn into a feast for the senses. The tranquility of the lake and the serenity of nature envelop you as you savor each bite and reflect on the wonders you've encountered so far.

L: View of the Big Beehive from the Lake Agnes trail

R: View of Lake Louise from the end of Big Beehive trail

Moraine Lake

After lunch, return down the same trail to Lake Louise, to venture to another breathtaking destination – Moraine Lake. As mentioned earlier Moraine Lake is only accessible by shuttle bus which you can board at the Lake Louise bus terminal, if you have a valid shuttle ticket. Just a short drive away, Moraine Lake is a hidden gem known for its surreal turquoise hue and the towering peaks of the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Upon arrival, you will be greeted with a sight that defies description – the sheer beauty of this place will leave you in awe.

Take a leisurely stroll along the lakeshore, soaking in the serene ambiance and taking photos to capture the essence of this natural masterpiece. While swimming in the lake is not allowed due to its glacial origin, the visual feast provided by Moraine Lake is more than enough to satiate ones spirits.

Moraine Lake

Day 4

Day 4 holds promises of more natural wonders and jaw-dropping sights as you venture further into the stunning Yoho National Park. You'll be graced by the turquoise gem that is Emerald Lake, followed by the awe-inspiring Wapta Falls and the thunderous Takakkaw Falls. Get ready to be captivated by cascading beauty and surrounded by the untamed wilderness of Yoho. Let's continue our journey and soak in the magnificence that awaits! Emerald Lake

The day begins with a scenic drive to Emerald Lake, a place that lives up to its name in every sense. Nestled amidst dense forests and framed by towering peaks, the vibrant turquoise waters of Emerald Lake are a sight to behold. Spend some time exploring the lakeshore, by taking a leisurely canoe ride to fully immerse yourselves in the serenity of this natural jewel. The reflection of the surrounding mountains on the calm waters adds to the ethereal charm of the place, making it a photographer's paradise. At the time of writing, canoe rentals were CAD90 for an hour and is rented out on a first come, first serve basis.

Canoeing at Emerald Lake

After the canoe adventure, hike along the 3 mile lakeshore. The trail gently hugs the shoreline, offering breathtaking views of the lake at every turn. The still waters mirror the surrounding landscape, creating an ethereal atmosphere that seems almost surreal.

Reflections along the lakeshore trail

The Emerald Lake Lodge and restaurant are great places to break for an early lunch. Both offer stunning views of the mountain and lake with a rustic vibe.

Natural Bridge

Next on the itinerary is a visit to the enchanting Natural Bridge. Carved by the powerful Kicking Horse River, this natural rock formation is a testament to the forces of water and time. The river has worn away the rock, creating a stunning bridge-like structure that showcases Mother Nature's sculptural finesse.

Natural Bridge

Wapta Falls Hike Leaving the tranquility of Emerald Lake and Natural Bridge behind, drive a few miles westward to embark on a 3 mile hike to Wapta Falls. Following the winding trail through the forest, the sound of rushing water grows louder with every step. As you near the falls, the spectacle of the Kicking Horse River thundering down a 30-meter drop is nothing short of awe-inspiring. The sheer power and force of the water will leave you humbled by nature's might. Find a vantage point to witness the falls' majesty and take in the refreshing mist that rises from below.

Wapta Falls

Takakkaw Falls Next, head to the awe-inspiring Takakkaw Falls, a magnificent waterfall that seems to touch the sky. The short walk from the parking lot to the falls allows one to appreciate the grandeur of the towering peaks and lush forests. Upon reaching the falls, you will be greeted by a surreal sight as the water cascades down a sheer cliff, sending mist and rainbows dancing into the air. Takakkaw Falls is a true testament to the raw power and beauty of nature.

Takakkaw Falls

Head back for your last night in Banff/Canmore, before you checkout and move towards Jasper for the rest of your trip.

Day 5

Start the day by checking out of your lodgings in Banff/Canmore, as you head towards Jasper. Day 5 promises to be a day of unparalleled beauty as you embark on a scenic drive along the world-famous Icefields Parkway. This breathtaking stretch of road will take you through some of the most picturesque landscapes on Earth that will leave us in awe.

Herbert Lake

Start your Icefield Parkway exploration with a stop at Herbert Lake, a serene gem just minutes from the town of Lake Louise. As you approach the lake, you will be met with a reflection of the surrounding mountains dancing upon the still waters. The peaceful ambiance will invite you to take a moment of contemplation, soaking in the beauty of this hidden gem. Keep your camera ready, as the reflections here make for stunning photographs.

Herbert Lake


Icefield Parkway, between Lake Louise and Jasper, is teeming with wildlife. Everytime you see a car stopped along the highway, you can rest assured that it is because of a bear sighting nearby. We saw 9 grizzlies and black bears in total, along the Parkway. When you see one, stay in your car and at a safe distance, click your pictures and move on, without creating a traffic hazard.

Hector Lake

Continuing along the Icefields Parkway, you will arrive at the tranquil shores of Hector Lake. Surrounded by the rugged mountains and vast forests, the lake exudes a sense of serenity that is simply captivating. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline or find a quiet spot to sit and appreciate the untouched beauty of this pristine lake.

Hector Lake

Bow Lake

Your next stop takes you to the mesmerizing Bow Lake, one of the most iconic sights along the Icefields Parkway. The stunning turquoise waters of Bow Lake are framed by the majestic peaks of the Canadian Rockies, creating a postcard-perfect scene. Take a moment to breathe in the crisp mountain air and admire the glacial-fed lake that sparkles under the sun's rays.

The Lodge at Bow Lake is a good place to stop for a quick lunch.

Bow Lake

Peyto Lake

Prepare to be mesmerized as you venture to Peyto Lake, a true highlight of the Canadian Rockies. A short, but STEEEEEP hike takes you to the renowned Bow Summit viewpoint, where the panoramic vista of Peyto Lake awaits. The sight is nothing short of awe-inspiring, as the vibrant blue waters of the lake contrast against the surrounding lush forests and snow-capped mountains. It's a view that will leave you speechless.

Peyto Lake

Waterfowl Lake

As you continue your journey, you will soon arrive at Waterfowl Lake, another gem along the Icefields Parkway. The peaceful atmosphere here invites you to take a leisurely walk along the shoreline or simply sit and enjoy the serenity of the surrounding wilderness. This lesser-known lake is a true hidden treasure, offering a sense of tranquility away from the crowds.

Reflections at Waterfowl Lake

Saskatchewan River Crossing

Situated midway along the Icefield Parkway, The Crossing is a popular stop for tourists traveling between Banff and Jasper National Parks. This is the only gas station along the parkway, and a good place to stop to fuel up as well as shop for souvenirs and snacks.

Weeping Wall

Your final stop for the day brings you to the magnificent Weeping Wall. This impressive rock face boasts numerous waterfalls cascading down its surface, creating a natural spectacle that seems like a work of living art. The sight and sound of the water streaming down the rocks is a truly memorable experience, showcasing the power and beauty of Mother Nature.

Weeping Wall

There are more beautiful sights to see along the parkway, but you can save those for Day 7 on your drive back to Calgary. Spend the rest of the day driving to your accommodation in Jasper, and at the same time, keeping an eye out for wildlife along the route.

Day 6

Downtown Jasper

Kick-start your day with a stroll through downtown Jasper, a quaint mountain town nestled amidst the Rockies. The town's picturesque streets are lined with charming boutiques, cafes, and souvenir shops. A couple of restaurants we loved there were Alba for Italian fine dining and Andaaz for Indian cuisine.

Maligne Lake Cruise Maligne Lake cruise is one of the most popular activities in Jasper, and which needs reservation atleast a week in advance. The cruise is about 90 minutes long, and takes you to Spirit Island, for a 20 minutes stop. Spirit Island, an iconic spot that's often featured on postcards and travel brochures, can only be accessed by small cruiseboats, or kayak. During the trip a knowledgeable guide enlightens everyone with captivating stories about the lake's history, geology, and the unique ecosystem thriving in this pristine environment.

Driving through Jasper National Park to reach Maligne Lake is a treat in itself. The scenery along the journey was breathtaking, with wildlife spotting opportunities. As you reach Maligne Lake, you will be left in awe of its crystal-clear waters mirroring the surrounding mountains. Surrounded by towering mountains, Spirit Island is a symbol of the unspoiled beauty of the Canadian Rockies.

Maligne Lake Cruise

Edith Cavell Meadows Hike After the Maligne Lake Cruise, drive back towards Jasper to embark on the Edith Cavell hike. This moderate hike is known for its stunning views of the Angel Glacier and Cavell Meadows. The trail winds through alpine meadows filled with wildflowers, offering a glimpse of the diverse flora and fauna in the region. As you ascended the trail, the imposing Angel Glacier comes into view. The sheer size and beauty of the glacier is humbling, reminding us of the ancient forces of nature that shaped these landscapes.

Wildlife Spotting The area around Jasper is known for its abundant wildlife, so keep your eyes peeled for any signs of activity. We were fortunate enough to see more bears and a magnificient elk, making for more fantastic photo opportunities.

Day 7

As your incredible adventure through the Canadian Rockies draws to a close, start Day 7 by checking out of your hotel in Jasper and driving south on the Icefields Parkway. Follow the GuideAlong App from where you left off on Day 5. Here are some of the major sites mentioned in the App.

Athabasca Falls

Your first encounter of the day will be with the awe-inspiring Athabasca Falls. The rushing waters of the Athabasca River carves through the limestone, creating a powerful spectacle of natural beauty. The water's turquoise hue contrasts brilliantly with the surrounding rock formations, leaving you captivated by the force and elegance of the falls. Strolled along the well-maintained trails, pausing at various viewpoints to capture the beauty of the falls on your cameras. The misty spray from the cascading water is a refreshing touch on a sunny morning, invigorating you for the rest of the day's journey. The falls are 23 meters (75 feet) tall and 150 meters (490 feet) wide. They are located on the Athabasca River, which is a major tributary of the North Saskatchewan River.

Athabasca Falls

Sunwapta Falls Hike

Continuing your drive along the Icefields Parkway, you will soon arrived at Sunwapta Falls. This set of waterfalls is a hidden gem, known for its thunderous flow and dramatic canyon views. A short hike will lead you to different vantage points, allowing you to witness the falls from various angles. It is a symphony of nature, where the crashing water creates a melody that echoed through the valley. The falls are 30 meters (100 feet) tall and 180 meters (590 feet) wide. They are located on the Sunwapta River, which is another major tributary of the North Saskatchewan River.

Sunwapta Falls

Tangle Creek Falls

The last stop on your waterfall-viewing tour is Tangle Creek Falls. These falls are smaller than Athabasca and Sunwapta Falls, but they are still worth a visit. The falls are located about 30 kilometers (19 miles) south of Sunwapta Falls, and are easily visible from the highway. The falls are 35 meters (115 feet) tall and 50 meters (165 feet) wide. They are located on Tangle Creek, which is a tributary of the Sunwapta River.

Athabasca Glacier / Columbia Icefield

After you've finished exploring the waterfalls, it's time to visit the Athabasca Glacier, which is part of the Columbia Icefield. The glacier is located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of Tangle Creek Falls, and there are a number of ways to experience it. You can take a guided tour on the Ice Explorer, walk on the glacier, or take in the views from the Glacier Skywalk. All three experiences require advance reservations, especially if you are visiting the area during peak tourist season in the summer. We were not interested in walking on the glacier, as we have experienced it in our prior travels. Instead, we took a short hike to the foot of the glacier. The immensity of the glacier serves as a poignant reminder of the delicate balance of our planet's ecosystems and the need to protect them for future generations.

Athabasca glacier

Heading to Calgary

As the sun begins to set, it is time to bid farewell to the Canadian Rockies and started your journey towards Calgary, the vibrant city that marks the end of your adventure. The drive will provide you with one last chance to soak in the majestic mountain scenery and reflect on the incredible experiences you had over the past week.

Calgary is a vibrant and exciting city located in the heart of the Canadian prairies. If you dont have to take a red-eye flight back home at the end of Day 7, then stay back for a day and enjoy this small town. During summer, the town is famous for the Calgary Stampede which is a world-famous rodeo and festival. It is a great opportunity to experience Western Canadian culture and see some of the best rodeo athletes in the world compete. Or spend an afternoon browsing the shops and boutiques along Stephen Avenue Walk, a pedestrian mall in the heart of downtown.


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A Journey to Remember

As you bid adieu to the Rockies, its time to reflect on the profound impact this journey had on you. From the roaring waterfalls to the ancient glaciers, every moment is a testament to the timeless beauty and fragility of our planet's natural wonders. This 7-day itinerary is just a suggestion, of course. There are many other things you could see and do in the Canadian Rockies, and you could easily spend much longer exploring this beautiful region. But if you're short on time, this itinerary will give you a great taste of what the Canadian Rockies have to offer.

I hope you enjoy your trip!


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