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A twelve-day, 1750 kilometres / 1100 miles, unique road trip from Calgary to Vancouver, western Canada.
The designed route is the most scenic and interesting route to travel in western Canada.
If I’d be in the position to join you on your trip, I would guide you exactly the same way as presented in this self drive road trip itinerary.
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This E-roadbook simply includes the best from Alberta and British Columbia.
Starting 1100 m/3600 ft above sea level in Stampede City, Calgary, Alberta, the itinerary guides you along the majestic Rocky Mountains including one of world’s most scenic roads, the Icefields Parkway.
You will be flabbergasted by turquoise coloured Lake Louise and Moraine Lake in Banff National Park. These are just a few of the beautiful mountain lakes to explore.
Discover the wildlife of Jasper National Park and gaze at Mount Robson, Rockies’ highest mountain.
Visit the wonderful waterfalls of Wells Gray Park and continue your journey along scenic Duffey Lake Road that runs through the spectacular Coastal Mountain Range to Whistler Olympic Village.
Your road trip ends in at the Pacific Ocean in metropolis Vancouver, British Columbia.
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This book helped my dream trip become a reality!!
My husband and 2 teenage children spent 3 weeks in Canada in July . I have been wanting to go to Canada for 30years so booking the trip and trying to plan …
Brilliant road trip guide Calgary to Vancouver
Absolutely brilliant guide Calgary to Vancouver - thank you! We had the best holiday of our lives. My disabled wife and I started in Calgary with a hire …
I just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our recent trip to Alberta and BC using your guide. We took with us a Lonely Planet book but found it of little …
Great route advise, we followed it almost completely Not rated yet
Lots of points of interest to help you not to miss out. I liked the form, which was very easy for preparation with the google maps.