Canada:-Scenic-drama-and-absorbing-cities

1-4,Calgary

Discover the city’s origins at Fort Calgary Historic Park, once home to the Northwest Mounted Police in the 1870s. It’s popularly known as Cowtown, so, for many, a visit to this Canadian city has to coincide with the Stampede, the rodeo festival held each July. It’s an unmissable ten-day celebration marrying the skill of the rider with the power of the beast.

1h15m to Canmore

5-7,Canmore

Take a trip to beautiful Canmore, located in a valley buried deep within the mountain ranges of the mighty Rockies. Visit in the winter months to take a dogsled tour along snow-covered trails and see the area’s natural beauty in all its splendour. This is also a prime place for skiing, snowboarding, ice fishing and hiking.

3h58m to Jasper

8-10,Jasper

Be enthralled by the incomparable scenery of one of the largest national parks in the Canadian Rockies. For a top class scenic adventure, make sure you get a glimpse of the Athabasca Falls or visit Jasper National Park’s Valley of the Five Lakes. For an aerial view of Jasper National Park, don’t miss riding in Jasper Skytram.

7h51m to Vancouver

11-14,Vancouver

Kick-start your vacation in Vancouver by getting outdoors with a visit to the world-famous Capilano Suspension Bridge. Continue your trip at the picturesque Vancouver Aquarium, featuring more than 50,000 fascinating sea creatures, or take a harbour cruise to properly appreciate the city’s bold skyline.