7-Day Western Canada National Parks Camping or Lodging Tours from Seattle

  • Tour code: 528-5788
  • Available: Sun (06/17/2018, 07/15/2018, 07/29/2018, 08/12/2018)
  • Depart from: Seattle, WA
  • Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights
From USD$1295

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Highlights:

Visit Kamloops, Yoho national park, Lake Louise, Banff national park, Ice fields parkway, Jasper national park, Mount Robson, Clearwater, Whistler and Vancouver

Special Remarks:

  • Visit Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks
  • Canoe on Lake Louise
  • Explore the Icefield parkway - take an optional helicopter over the Columbia Icefield
  • Hike or bike in Jasper National Park
  • Small groups tour average group size is 14 guests

Pricing Details

Single: $1295
Double (/Person): $1295
Third Person Adult: N/A
Child (Age 7-17): N/A
Fourth Person Adult: N/A
Child (Age 7-17): N/A

Note: *Price in USD is based on the lowest price per person per room over the next 30 days. Exact prices are displayed when you select a date.

  • The price listed above is for the Camping Tour.
  • The minimum requirement to upgrade to lodging is 2 people.
  • Children age 7-17yrs will be charged an adult fare and must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Children under 6yrs are not allowed to join in this tour.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Seattle - Kamloops(230 miles)
  • Day 2 Yoho National Park - Banff(318 miles)
  • Day 3 Banff National Park - Lake Louise(26 miles)
  • Day 4 Icefields Parkway - Jasper National Park(153 miles)
  • Day 5 Jasper National Park
  • Day 6 Whistler and Vancouver(544 miles)
  • Day 7 Vancouver - Seattle(121 miles)
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Day 1 Seattle - Kamloops(230 miles)

Today, we will travel from Seattle across the Canadian border all the way to Kamloops, BC, an area abundant with stunning scenery and wildlife. On the way, we will stop at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park to enjoy a picnic and walk around.

Kamloops is a city for every season. A place where you skip the crowds, stretch your legs and just escape to the unexpected. Known as the birthplace of freeride mountain biking, Kamloops attracts mountain bikers from around the world looking to ride the rugged landscapes and the desert like climate.

Standard Hotel: Included

Day 2 Yoho National Park - Banff(318 miles)

Today, we will explore magnificent Yoho National Park, hiking down trails around Emerald Lake, where we can relax at the lakeshore café and enjoy the views. In the afternoon, we will drive through Kicking Horse Pass across the Continental Divide into Alberta. Later, we will enjoy panoramic vistas of mountains as we drive through Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park on our way to Banff, where we will spend the night.

These are the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Towering rockwalls, spectacular waterfalls and soaring peaks earn the park its name.

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    The Emerald Lake in British Columbia, Canada's Yoho National Park is the largest of the park's many lakes and one of the park's most popular spots. The lake is named for the spectacular turquoise color of the water.
Standard Hotel: camping

Day 3 Banff National Park - Lake Louise(26 miles)

Today, we will first visit Lake Louise, known for its stunning turquoise waters and its multiple hiking trails. In the afternoon, w will visit Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

Banff is a small town located within Banff National Park in Alberta. It is within distance of several hiking mountains and is home to many shops and boutiques.

Canada's oldest national park-- and one of the first national parks in the world-- is home to an icy but gorgeous landscape.

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    Lake Louise is a glacial lake in Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park. The lake is known for its vibrant blue-green coloration, which comes from rock flour carried into the lake by the water of the nearby melting glaciers.
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    A region located in Banff National Park, this area is so named because the ten summits of the mountain range in the distance are clearly visible. It is an open valley area that also includes Moraine Lake.
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    Peyto Lake in Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park is known for its stunning aqua-blue coloration. It can be best seen from a viewing point just off the Icefield Parkway; this is considered one of the best views in Canada.
Standard Hotel: camping

Day 4 Icefields Parkway - Jasper National Park(153 miles)

We will spend the day driving along the Icefields Parkway, passing stunning vistas, jagged mountains, glaciers and wildlife. We will stop to take short walks near the Bow Glacier and Peyto Lake, as well as having the option to take a helicopter flight over the Columbia Icefield or strap on crampons and walk on the Athabasca Glacier.

Offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation. The park includes the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and mountains.

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    The Athabasca Glacier is the most-visited glacier in North America. It is one of the eight major glaciers of the Columbia Icefield. The Icefield Interpretive Centre is next to the glacier, and is where visitors can arrange tours.
Standard Hotel: camping

Day 5 Jasper National Park

We will have the morning free to enjoy Jasper, the largest national park in Canada, where we will be able to admire the snowcapped summits and beautiful lakes of this mountainous wilderness. We can choose to go hiking, mountain biking, relax in the Miette hot springs. After a full day of activities, we will drive along the Yellowhead Highway until we reach Clearwater, BC, which sits at the base of Mount Robson.

Offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation. The park includes the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and mountains.

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    Mount Robson Provincial Park in the Canadian stretch of the Rocky Mountains has been open to the public for one hundred years. It is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site and features impressive glaciers.
Standard Hotel: camping

Day 6 Whistler and Vancouver(544 miles)

We will spend today exploring the area around the Whistler Resort, where we will enjoy a backdrop of fantastic scenery as we explore this cute ski town. Later in the afternoon, we will drive over the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway to arrive in Vancouver in the evening.

Whistler is a Canadian resort town in the southern Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Over two million visitors come to Whistler annually, primarily for alpine skiing and snowboarding and in summer, mountain biking at Whistler Blackcomb.

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    The "Sea to Sky Highway" is the name given to the section of Highway 99 from Horseshoe Bay to Pemberton. From Horseshoe Bay, the highway travels along the coastline.
Standard Hotel: camping

Day 7 Vancouver - Seattle(121 miles)

This morning, we will go sightseeing in Vancouver, visiting the waterfront, the Gas Lamp District, Chinatown and Stanley Park. Afterwards, we will return to Seattle, where the tour will come to an end around 8:00pm.

This city in British Columbia is the most populated metro area in western Canada. This historic city grew from an 1867 settlement called "Gastown." Visitors can take a boat ride to nearby Victoria on Vancouver Island.

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    The Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Canada's west coast, is the largest Chinatown in Canada. It is also a National Historic Site, and its many historical locations, shops, and eateries make it a popular destination for tourists.
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    Named for seaman "Gassy" Jack Deighton, this historic district in Vancouver has a colorful history that culminates in its function today as a hub for technology and popular shopping and dining locale for tourists and locals alike.
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    One of Vancouver's main tourist attractions and beloved by visitors and locals alike, this massive park on the western coast of Canada is not to be missed. Stanley Park was the first park in Vancouver, and remains the largest.

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.

Inclusions

Exclusions

  • We suggest you bring the following items: Sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket (just in case), walking shoes, a warm clothes for the evenings, swimsuit, hiking boots.
  • We do not provide water on this tour, as a member of the International Eco Tourism Society we encourage our guests to bring a refillable container. This may be as simple as a plastic 1 liter bottle purchased from any convenience store. You may refill this every time we make a comfort stop and we will happily recycle it for you at the end of your tour if you wish.
  • There are many opportunities for walks and hikes on this tour. Not all walks are guided. Your tour guide will advise and make recommendations for walks to suit your ability and interest.
  • Confirmation

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    I recommend this tour!

    Posted by: Kenneth on 2018-07-02

    Well organised by Chris and Rachel, we were fortunate with the weather seeing this wonderful part of the world. Chris was very informative, and looked after us. Good company from my fellow travellers from America, Finland and UK, I was more than happy. This was my second with this company, so I knew what to expect. Considering what you could spend on seeing this part of the world, this tour was value for money.

    I recommend this tour!

    Posted by: Niina on 2018-06-29

    This trip is excellent if you like nature and walking. Well organized small group tour works fine and its easy to move from place to place. We had a new minibus and trailer for luggage and for other equipment. We had picnic style lunches and dinners at campsites. Flexibility and teamwork needed with travel mates and the campsite facilities. Canada is beautiful and tour guides made this trip GREAT!

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