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Canadian Rockies

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Gear up for an all-hiking, all-biking adventure on this journey through the stunning Rocky Mountains. Starting and finishing in Vancouver, this trip visits the best of Canada's National Parks including Glacier, Yoho, Banff, Jasper and of course, the mighty Whistler. Ride in an Ice Explorer on the Athabasca Glacier, soak your weary muscles in the hot springs at Jasper and drive the Icefields Parkway on this jaw-dropping Canadian road trip.

Bucket List Inclusions

Ice Explorer tour, Athabasca Glacier

Hot springs, Banff

Wine tasting, Kelowna

Entry to Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Park

More Inclusions

6 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 4 dinners

9 nights in hotels, motels and lodges

Awesome Trip Leader and Driver


Air-conditioned coach (maximum 50 people) or spacious mini-coach (maximum 20 people)

Group Size


Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 08:00 in Vancouver

Finish time:
Approximately 17:00 in Vancouver

Ready to rock the Rockies? Meet your new Topdeck brethren in Vancouver, then prepare for action! Today we'll sip on the good stuff at a wine tasting in Kelowna (practise your finest pinky raise) then take in the views as we drive through Fraser Valley, over the Coquihalla Pass and into the Okanagan Valley. There's an included dinner tonight to help break the ice.

Itching to raise that pulse? Good. Banff National Park is up next! On the way, we'll make a stop at the oh-so beautiful Yoho National Park - a perfectly picturesque slice of alpine heaven. Fill up your camera roll at Emerald Lake.

Banff is National Geographic on steroids - all snow-capped peaks and sky-mirroring lakes. Plus, it has alllll the adrenaline-fuelled optionals, including whitewater rafting, the Sulphur Mountain Gondola and heli-tours over the Columbia Icefield. Long story short? You won't be short of things to do here!

Check out Lake Louise and Lake Moraine as we do the old National Park switcheroo: it's bye-bye Banff, and hello Jasper! Get all up on the Athabasca Glacier with a Snow Coach tour, then hit the hot springs to defrost. Anyone for an optional bike ride? That'll be a yes.

From its wildlife-filled forests to its lakes, waterfalls and mountains, Jasper National Park is just begging to be explored - so take the option to hire a bike and see how much land you can cover. When you're done, we've got an included trip to the hot springs to help soothe your muscles. Ahhhh.

You'll have just enough time to take a selfie with a mountain goat statue and spot the moose near Moose Lake before our date with Sun Peaks. Surrounded by mountains and full of cool little shops and restaurants, this place is like a little slice of Europe in the middle of Canada.

Pass through the small towns and Indigenous communities of British Columbia en route to Whistler. It's the holy grail of ski resorts, but you'll be surprised at how much more there is to do when the snow melts. Did someone say nightlife tour?

Summer is the new winter in Whistler (which is so named for the whistling hoary marmot that lives here. True story). Get involved in a spot of optional mountain biking or ziplining – or work on your tan at the beach (seriously) with the other off-season ski bunnies. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for bears as you explore the mountains!

On the third day, Whistler created five lakes to dip your toe in, a gondola lift to enjoy the view from, countless spas to relieve your stress (four-handed massage, anyone?) and enough cafés, boutiques and galleries to max out your credit card. Have fun, the day is yours to explore.

After passing Brandywine and Shannon Falls, we'll wrap up our trip along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway to Vancouver. Cue sad faces and goodbyes. Or, you could always stick together and head straight to one of the 40-plus brew houses in this craft beer capital. Just sayin’!

This is it. The Canadian adventure you've been dreaming of. Meet the crew in Vancouver and get excited over how incredible the next 10 days are going to be. First: a quick hike to Bridal Veil Falls. Then, stick your head out the window (not literally) as we wind our way through Fraser Valley, over the Coquihalla Pass and into Canada's version of Tuscany: the Okanagan Valley. Get to know the gang at tonight's included dinner - we might be a mixed bunch, but we're all in it together.

Another day, another jaw-dropping drive through the wilderness. This time, we’ll take the Trans-Canada Highway through Glacier National Park. Stop for a photo at Emerald Lake (no prizes for guessing how it coined the name) before we continue the drive to Banff. Ready to turn it up a notch? Take an optional trip down the rapids of Kicking Horse River. Disclaimer: nobody said it would be a smooth ride. After an orientation tour of Banff, dinner tonight is on us. Later, get the gang together and whip out your best impersonation of a dancing sasquatch at a local bar.

Banff is National Geographic on steroids. Like serious Schwarzenegger steroids. Rise early(ish) for an included visit to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. Recognise them from your MacBook screensaver? Make the most of your free time by hiking to the viewpoints around the lakes or potentially squeezing in some kayaking on the aquamarine water. Back in Banff, you're free to do whatever you want. Need suggestions? Ride the Sulpher Mountain Gondola for epic views over the sweeping mountain ranges. Or for those with a heightened sense of adventure: tackle the Via Ferrata mountain climb. Then swap the adrenaline rush for a sugar rush - beaver tail, anyone?

Hopefully you remembered to charge your camera last night. Today's drive along the Icefields Parkway is particularly 'holy sh*t'-worthy. Play musical chairs on the coach trying to capture the best angles of passing landscape and keep your eyes peeled for Yogi Bear. Then: we hit the ice. One of the only places in the world you can experience this; we'll board the Ice Explorer (sounds legit) and head out onto the Athabasca Glacier for a closer look. After a quick stroll around Jasper, the rest of the night is up to you.

They say bigger is better - so, this is your chance to put Jasper to the test. With over 10,800 square kilometres of wildlife-filled forests, glassy lakes, roaring waterfalls and gob-smacking mountain ranges - Jasper National Park is just begging to be explored. See more on two wheels with optional mountain bike hire. Or strap on those hiking boots your mum bought you for Christmas and tackle the trails. Rent a canoe at Beauvert Lake. Or head up to Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge for a feed with a view. There's even a brewery in town if that's more your style. It's 100% up to you.

Time to get high. As in, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies. Stop at Mt Robson for some sick views and to snap a pic for mum. Then, it’s onwards to Sun Peaks. Surrounded by looming mountains and quaint high streets – this place is a little slice of Europe in the middle of British Columbia. You’ll have time to take the chairlift up the mountain for some more hiking and insane views. Or practise your swing at the golf course. Just be back in time for tonight’s included dinner with the gang.

Pass small towns and Indigenous communities of British Columbia en route to Whistler. The holy grail of ski resort towns – you’ll be surprised at how much more there is to do when the snow melts. Get your bearings on a walk around the village with your Trip Leader, then the afternoon is up to you. Check out the legendary Whistler Mountain Bike Park or head to a local watering hole and make a plan for your free day tomorrow.

This is your day, your way. So, make every second count. Our suggestion? Get involved in some optional ziplining. There are different choices for different levels of crazy – including The Sasquatch: the longest zipline in Canada and USA. Or take your togs and head to the Lost Lake for a swim. There’s plenty of hiking, biking and wine-tasting too. Go get it.

Who said group tours have no free time? You’ve got another 24 hours to experience all this adrenaline-junkie's wet dream has to offer. Tackle that fear of heights with a rise on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. Connecting the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains – it’s the world record holder for the longest AND highest lift. Plus, you get access to both mountains. Meaning? More hiking and take-your-breath-away views. Tonight, we’ll get together for one last group dinner. Try not to cry into your pint as we give this awesome trip the send-off it deserves. Cheers to that!

Enjoy a sleep in or one last hike on the trails – we’ll roll out mid-morning. The crazy-good landscapes aren’t over yet though! Following the Sea to Sky Highway, there’s a couple of stops to make at Shannon Falls and Stanley Park before we reach Vancouver. Time to say goodbye – or not. There are over 40 brew houses in this capital, just sayin’.

Banff, Alberta

Via Ferrata climb: $170-$220 CAD

Heli-tour over the Columbia Icefield: Approx $250 CAD

Whitewater rafting: $130CAD

Jasper, Alberta

Bike hire: From $35 - $45 CAD

Whistler, British Columbia

Pub Crawl $50 CAD

Ziplining: From $115 - $145CAD

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