Alberta and the Rockies, an outdoor wonderland

The Canadians Rockies or a beautiful outdoor wonderland

Breathtaking nature with turquoise lakes and thick forests, mountains and valleys offering pristine landscapes, this is Alberta!

You will also find the last cowboys of Canada with the greatest rodeo on earth held in Calgary in July and villages with a friendly atmosphere.

A beautiful skyline, a new generation of chefs, buildings connected by bridges to avoid the cold and the most beautiful view on the Rockies from its higher tower. 

Banff National Park
Surrounded by imposing mountains, the village is very quiet during the winter season; you will enjoy relaxation in front of the fire and enjoying the sound of the crackling of wood fire.

Depending on the seasons, the activities vary.

In January, snow and ice sculptures come to life during Banff Snow Days.

Enjoy a ski heli-hiking experience.

During the summer and fall, visit a submerged village at glacial Lake Minnewanka.

Hike through alpine meadows, raft along the Kananaskis River, or ride a horse along the base of Sulphur Mountain.  

Lake Louise
The lake is simply stunning with its turquoise green blue water. Victoria Glacier hangs above the blue-green waters, and it is just spectacular.  You can explore the vast network of trails above the lake, enjoy a break and sip a tea at Lake Agnes.  The Lake Agnes Tea House was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1901 as a refuge for hikers.  After a steadily  hike on a forested trail, past Mirror Lake and the waterfall that cascades out of Lake Agnes, you will reach the idyllic alpine waters of Lake Agnes and enjoy speciality teas and delicious homemade baking. The family-run Tea House has no electricity or running water. Some supplies (such as flour and sugar for the baking) are flown in by helicopter at the start of the season, but all fresh food is packed up the trail by the staff. 

Ski and snowboard  in a fairytale setting during the winter month.  Ideal for families.  

Jasper and Jasper National Park
A remote charming alpine village & Canada’s largest mountain park. 

The road to get to Jasper is a trip in itself, as you drive along the Icefields Parkway, a world famous scenic drive, where you will encounter tumultuous rivers, spurting waterfalls, emerald lakes and magnificent glaciers.  Glance at elk, caribou, moose and bears

Discover the power of nature on the Columbia Icefield Adventure—the must-do experience in the Canadian Rockies. At the heart of the incredible Icefields Parkway is one of the largest non-polar ice fields in the world. Here, you’ll travel on a massive Ice Explorer to a place where you can walk on, feel and drink from the Athabasca Glacier

Take a jaw-dropping walk along the glass-floored Skywalk at the cliff’s edge. 

Explore its natural wonder:    blue-green lakes, ice fields, deep forests, wildflower-filled meadows, tumultuous rivers and spurting waterfalls but also dark sky watching, star-gazing and an incredible wildlife.  

Discover a rich and vibrant culture:  Wild West heritage. Cowboys, be a cowboy for a day and taste authentic western BBQ.

Meet indigenous artists, through outstanding performances, concerts, residencies, presentations, workshops, talks, and exhibitions, Indigenous Arts contributes to strong and vibrant Indigenous arts communities in Canada . 

Pay a visit to Carter Ryan Gallery, Indigenous Artist Jason Carter, one of Canada’s most prolific soapstone carvers and painters.  

For foodies:  stroll at Calgary Farmers’ Market. Walk through the farmers’ market and discover fresh fruits, vegetables, local beverages, organic juices, bison, beef, pork and cheeses.

Try the different microbreweries or Eau Claire Distillery for Alberta spirits and craft tonics. 

For active travels: Hiking Sunshine Meadows, Hiking to the Ink Pots in Banff National Park, Cross Country skiing at Canmore, Fishing in fast-running mountain rivers and streams, Hiking from lodge to lodge, White-Water Rafting & Canoeing in Jasper, riding a horse to a remote tea-house, take a historical snowshoe tour, and all kind of winter activities.



A privileged encounter with wolfdogs

An interpretive walk through the sanctuary allows visitors to see the sanctuary and view our various packs of wolfdogs at your own pace. This is a great opportunity to learn interesting facts about wolves and wolfdogs and support the sanctuary.

A privileged encounter with wolfdogs

An interpretive walk through the sanctuary allows visitors to see the sanctuary and view our various packs of wolfdogs at your own pace. This is a great opportunity to learn interesting facts about wolves and wolfdogs and support the sanctuary.

Go dog sledding in the heart of the Kananaskis Valley

Feel your heart race and your mind clear as you dog sled through the pristine wilderness of the Canadian Rockies.

Ice hiking in Johnston Canyon

This popular guided hike takes you along steel catwalks built into the canyon walls all the way to the iconic frozen upper falls, with airy views into the icy gorge below.

Snowshoe ride at Lake Louise

Trade your skis for snowshoes and let our guides show you some of the most breathtaking vantage points in the Canadian Rockies. With our easy to use snowshoes, you’ll be amazed at where your own two feet will take you.

Afternoon tea at the Chateau Lake Louise

Admire the emerald waters of the lake just in front of you, the reflection of the Victoria Glacier while enjoying scones, finger sandwiches and clotted cream.

Relax in the hot springs in Banff

In 1883 when three rail workers re-discovered the Banff Hot Springs at the base of Sulphur Mountain, it’s unlikely that they could have imagined the legacy that would follow.  The salutary feeling of slipping into a pool filled with water that has been heated and filtered from deep within the crust of the earth is undeniable

Ride the gondola up Sulphur Mountain

Tremendous views of the cliff-faced mountains that frame Banff. 


Hotel Le Germain*****

Offering on-site dining, a 24-fitness centre and in-room massages, this centrally located Calgary boutique hotel is located across the street from the Calgary Tower. A flat-screen cable TV is featured in every room.

Free WiFi and an iPod docking station are provided in the spacious, modern rooms at Hotel Le Germain Calgary. They have a minibar and safety deposit box as well as 10-foot ceilings.

Charcut Roast House offers chef-driven American cuisine with local ingredients. Lounge Central 899 serves cocktails and appetizers. Room service is available. Continental breakfast is provided daily.

Santé Spa facilities offer a luxury retreat with a variety of treatments available. A complimentary Kindle e-Reader is available for guests’ shared use.

Le Germain Hotel Calgary is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Glenbow Museum, Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts and The Art Gallery of Calgary. Calgary Stampede is 2 km away.

Moraine Lake Lodge****

Located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this lodge offers free guided hiking programs and free canoeing. Each room and cabin features custom made, hand-crafted log furniture.

Moraine Lake Lodge provides the guest rooms and cabins with a soaking tub in the bathroom. They also boast a private balcony with views of Moraine Lake. This mountain retreat offers no telephones or TVs in any of the accommodations.

Internet access and a telephone are available for use in the lobby of the Lodge Moraine Lake. Free tea, coffee and evening presentations about Banff National Park are offered.

The Walter Wilcox Dining at the Moraine Lake Lodge serves fine regional cuisine for breakfast and dinner. For more casual dining, guests can enjoy deli foods, snacks and ice cream at the Snowshoe Cafe.

The Post Hotel & Spa****

Nestled in the Bow River Valley, with the spectacular Canadian Rockies as a backdrop, the Post Hotel offers one of the most picturesque locations imaginable: the heart of Banff National Park, Canada’s first.This is a protected region, designated as a World Heritage Site – unspoiled natural beauty, pristine wilderness and a safe haven for the bountiful wildlife. Imagine skiing or hiking in this breathtaking landscape. Just two hours west of Calgary International airport and you are there: spacious suites, crackling fireplaces, Temple Mountain spa, award winning fresh market cuisine and one of Canada’s largest wine cellars, with over 25,000 bottles and more than 2,200 labels.

Fairmont Château Lake Louise****

Offering panoramic views of Lake Louise and the Victoria Glacier, this 4-star resort is in Banff National Park.The resort health club facilities includes a heated indoor pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center. It offers skiing, a full-service spa and hair salon, and 8 on-site dining options.

Views of Lake Louise or the Château grounds are featured in every room at the Lake Louise Fairmont. The traditionally decorated rooms include a cable TV and a coffee maker

Dine at the 4-Diamond Fairview Dining Room, serving regional cuisine made with organic ingredients. The Chateau Experience at the Walliser Stube offers cheese fondue, chateaubriand and chocolate fondue for dessert. It features a floor-to-ceiling wine library. A 24-hour deli and a sports bar are also on-site.

This resort is 5 km from the Trans-Canada Highway. The Great Divide Nature Interpretation is an 8-minute drive away.


Fairmont Banff Springs*****

This resort, built in 1888, is styled after a Scottish Baronial castle and is a National Historic Site. Located in Banff National Park, it offers 11 restaurants and 14 shops.

The Fairmont Banff Springs has a 32 m lap pool and a 20 m heated outdoor pool. The resort’s Willow Stream Spa has 23 treatment areas and offers a variety of relaxing massages and beauty treatments. Other on-site activities for guests include bowling, tennis, horseback riding, and golfing.

Numerous ski locations are just minutes away. The resort also offers ski passes, storage, and rental.

Rooms at Fairmont Banff Springs have feather beds and down duvets. Bathrooms feature granite vanities and European style performance body spray showers.

Fairmont Banff Springs offers a shuttle service to nearby ski resorts including Mount Norquay Ski Village, Sunshine Village Ski Resort and Lake Louise Ski Resort.


Rimrock Resort Hotel*****

Offering an indoor pool and a hot tub, Rimrock Resort Hotel is located 6 minutes’ drive from Banff centre and near the Upper Hot Springs. A restaurant is located on site. A 32″ LCD flat-screen cable TV is featured in each room.

All air-conditioned rooms at Rimrock Resort Hotel offer a seating area and a desk. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath and a hairdryer.

At Rimrock Resort Hotel guests can enjoy a spa and wellness centre . Other facilities offered include meeting facilities, ski storage and shops on site.

The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course is 7 minutes’ drive from this hotel. Mount Norquay Ski Resort is 11 km away.


Buffalo Mountain Lodge****

This Banff hotel is located on the slopes of Tunnel Mountain, within a 20 minute walk of downtown. Each rustic room offers a wood burning fireplace, balcony and private bathroom. A cable TV, a coffee maker and ironing facilities are also included in each room at the Buffalo Mountain. All beds offer feather duvets and pillows. Sleeping Buffalo Restaurant at the Mountain Lodge serves Rocky Mountain cuisine. The property also boasts Buffalo Mountain Café, featuring coffee, fresh pastries, muffins, and sandwiches to-go. Guests can enjoy a workout in the gym or relax in front of the fireplace in the lounge. Meeting rooms are available on site for guest use. Mount Norquay ski area is only 9 km away. Banff Gondola is 13 minutes’ drive from Buffalo Mountain Lodge.


Cathedral Mountain Lodge***

Located in the Kicking Horse River Valley surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains, these cabins offer stone fireplaces and antique furniture. The property features guided hiking tours and canoe rentals. Free WiFi is available in the main lodge and most rooms.

The cabins at Cathedral Mountain Lodge are furnished with balconies with views of the surrounding mountains. The bathrooms are spacious and include a soaker tub. A coffee maker is provided.

The Great Room Restaurant at this property serves regional cuisine created with organic and free-range ingredients. The extensive wine list includes Canadian wines as well as several other selections. The restaurant is open for dinner and reservations are recommended.

Banff National Park is a 30-minute drive from Cathedral Mountain Lodge. Lake Louise is also 30 minutes from the property.


Emerald Lake Lodge****

Located in the Yoho National Park surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, Emerald Lake Lodge features rooms with wood burning fireplaces. An outdoor hot tub, 3 restaurants and a lounge are also provided.

Emerald Lake Lodge rooms include a private bathroom and balcony. The rooms are equipped with a coffee maker. All guest room are located with cabin style buildings and enjoy a private entrance.

The Emerald Lake guests can dine at the Mount Burgess Dining Room, which features Rocky Mountain cuisine. The Kicking Horse Lounge offers dinner, lunch and cocktails. The Cilantro on the Lake is open seasonally.


Sunshine Mountain Lodge****

This ski-in, ski-out lodge is located in at Sunshine Village Resort in Banff National Park. It is 20 minutes’ west of Banff city centre. It features multiple restaurants, and outdoor hot pool, ski storage and spa services.

Each room at the Sunshine Mountain Lodge feature a 42-inch flat-screen HDTV and wood furniture. Each bathroom has slate floors and granite counter tops with hairdryers. Windows open for fresh air.

Guests can work out in the on-site gym or relax in the dry sauna. The lodge also schedules movie nights, snowshoe tours and tobogganing adventures.

Banff Upper Hot Springs are 25 minutes’ drive away from Sunshine Mountain Lodge.


Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge***

Located on the shores of Beauvert Lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this resort boasts an award-winning golf course, 8 on-site restaurants and a 10,000 square foot spa. The Marmot Basin ski area is 30 km away.

The apartment is situated on the top and third floor. Be aware there are 12 steps to each landing and there no elevators in the building

A flat-screen TV which includes children’s channels and a refrigerator are provided in every room at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Rooms are decorated with neutral and warm colours and some have lake views.

On-site dining options include Orso Trattoria Restaurant & Terrace, which offers casual gourmet dining and lake and mountain views. Fitzhugh’s To Go offers Canadian gourmet foods, including fresh sandwiches with fine meat.

In the winter guests can ice skate on Beauvert Lake or cross-country ski. Horseback riding and swimming in the outdoor pool are popular activities in the summer.


Pyramid Lake Resort***

Located in Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies, this resort offers canoeing, fishing, and hiking. It features a private beach, on-site dining, and rooms with gas fireplaces. Complimentary WiFi is available in all areas. The Jasper tramway is 14 km away.

The accommodations at Pyramid Lake Resort are equipped with cable TV. A refrigerator and coffee maker are provided in all rooms.

A gym and a hot tub are offered at Jasper Pyramid Lake Resort. The Pines features panoramic views of the resort and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Free parking is offered.

Jasper town centre is 6 km from the property. The Marmot Basin ski area is 40 minutes’ drive from Pyramid Lake Resort.


Hotel Glacier View Lodge***

Located along the Icefield Parkway (Highway 93) an 1-hour drive from the Townsite of Jasper, Alberta, this hotel features views of Athabasca Glacier and the Canadian Rockies.

Rooms at Glacier View Lodge have a comfortable living room with a satellite TV and sofa bed. In addition to a mountain or glacier view, each room has a telephone and clock radio.

As part of the Columbia Icefield Centre, the Glacier View Lodge offers a gift shop and photo shop for souvenirs. The Columbia Icefield Restaurant includes an all day dining room and lunchtime cafeteria serving salads and hamburgers.


Chateau Jasper***

Featuring an award-winning seasonal restaurant and indoor pool, this environmentally friendly hotel is located in Jasper National Park, only 13 minutes’ drive from the Jasper Tramway. A seasonal ski shuttle is provided for an additional charge.

A flat-screen TV and free WiFi are provided in the air-conditioned guest rooms at the Chateau Jasper. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are available in the private bathrooms.

Chateau Jasper features a modern gym and a indoor hot tub. Meeting rooms are available for guest use. Heated underground parking is also included.

Athabasca Falls is 30 minutes’ drive from the Chateau in Jasper. The Miette Hotsprings are 1 hour’s drive away.


Pocahontas Cabins

Pocahontas Cabins is located just thirty minutes from the Jasper townsite, set in stunning Canadian Rockies nature. It’s the ideal holiday to spend some quality time together and relax. Many of our cozy cabins have a kitchen and some also have an extra bedroom and balcony.


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