Discover Canada's beautiful mountain lakes and waterfalls during this day trip from Calgary. Explore Banff National Park and visit Lake Louise, the 'Jewel of the Canadian Rockies,' with its backdrop of the glistening Victoria Glacier. Visit the scenic Yoho Valley and such sights as Takakkaw Falls and Kicking Horse Pass that spans the Kicking Horse River.
• 14 hours
On this day trip from Calgary, see the exciting Icefields Parkway on your way to the Columbia Icefield, and explore the Athabasca Glacier with the Ice Explorer. Stop for dinner in Banff, a beautiful town set amidst the grandeur of the Canadian Rockies. Return to Calgary late in the evening, and reminisce about the day's alpine adventure.
• 14 hours
Travel from Calgary to Jasper on this one-way Canadian Rockies day trip by coach, ideal for photographers, outdoor enthusiasts and casual sightseers alike. Explore Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, and travel along the Icefields Parkway, one of Canada's most scenic drives. You'll visit sights including Lake Louise, Crowfoot Glacier and Peyto Lake, and ride the Ice Explorer on the Columbia Icefield. Enjoy guided nature walks, admire waterfalls and glaciers, and have free time for lunch on this full-day tour.
• 11 hours
Discover hoodoo rock formations and dinosaur fossils in the Canadian Badlands of Alberta. On this day trip by coach from Calgary, travel through the lunar landscapes of Drumheller, known as the Dinosaur Capital of the World, and visit Horseshoe Canyon. Walk a pedestrian suspension bridge built for coal miners, and learn about the region’s unusual geology from a guide. At the world-class Royal Tyrrell Museum, chat with scientists about how fossils are collected and assembled, and even stumble upon a few dino bones on a guided trail.
• 9 hours
Enjoy the convenience and a worry free departure from Banff, one of Canada's most beautiful and culturally unique tourism destinations, nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. Your professional and friendly chauffeurs will take care of you every step of the way until you reach your final destination safely.
• 2 hours
Who needs ice when you've got wheels? Experience the thrill of the summer bobsled at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary. Accompanied by a professional pilot, soar down the legendary Olympic track, twisting and turning around 10 turns and traveling at speeds up to 50 mph (80 kph). This will be 60 seconds you talk about for the rest of your life!
• 30 minutes
Enjoy the convenience and a worry free transfer from Calgary International Airport to Banff, Alberta. Banff is in the heart of one of the largest parks in Canada, Banff National Park. Your professional and friendly chauffeurs will take care of you every step of the way until you reach your final destination safely.
• 2 hours
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump: It might sound like a news headline, but it's actually a UNESCO site that you can visit on this trip to southern Alberta from Calgary. It is one of the oldest and best-preserved sites of the 6,000-year-old practice of buffalo jumping, a hunting tradition you will learn more about from your guide of First Nations descent. This tour will also take you to Bar U Ranch Historic site, a place that commemorates the history of the Canadian ranching industry and development of Canada.
• 9 hours
Get big air as you soar from the top of Canada Olympic Park's iconic ski jump tower on North America’s fastest zipline! Riders fly down the unique cable system in a comfortable harness, reaching speeds up to 75 mph (120 kph). As Calgary’s highest vantage point, the ski jump tower provides a zipline that is 1,640 feet (500 meters) long with a vertical drop of more than 328 feet (100 meters). Your adventure includes instruction, three ziplines, transportation to the ski jump tower and access to the tower.
• 1 hour
Embark on a self-guided exploration of the Fort Calgary Museum and Interpretive Centre. Read all about the history of Calgary and Western Canada, including the formation of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Try on a Mountie uniform or get 'locked' in a jail cell. The museum takes about 1.5 hours to explore, though you're welcome to spend more time reading all of the stories. During summer months, interpreters and RCMP veterans may be on hand to answer your questions and to share their own stories of Calgary and the Force.
• 1.5 hours