From Calgary to Banff, a family winter adventure

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Day 1:  Calgary for 1 night
Meet & greet private transfer from Calgary airport to hotel

Calgary is Canada’s most « western » city — but it offers more than just pickup trucks, cowboy hats and grilled steaks.

Accommodation at 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.

2 hour private guided walking tour of Calgary
Our private tour will begin at 4th Street & 8th Avenue SW (Stephen Avenue). We will walk East and North, stopping to admire the sandstone and brick reminders of the vision of Calgary’s early settlers. Your guide will tell you stories of early Calgary and the interesting folks who made this city great. You will see some great public art and get you oriented to downtown Calgary.
Your guide will take you to the Glenbow Museum where he will give you a curated tour of the current and permanent exhibits. You will then be free to spend as much time checking out the rest of the museum and art gallery as you like.

We could get tickets for a hockey game depending on the season

Day 2:  Banff for 5 nights
Pick up car in Calgary
Guided visit and meeting with wolf dogs at Yamnuska Wolf Sanctuary.
Come enjoy an up-close and intimate look at wolves and wolfdogs. Gain a better understanding about wolf behaviour through the wolfdogs at our sanctuary and how this behaviour fundamentally differs from domestic dogs. This is also a great opportunity to learn about the importance of wolves in our ecosystem, and why it’s so important to preserve them in our natural environment.

Accommodation at 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.

Day 3:
Private Hiking to Johnston Canyon’s Frozen Waterfalls
A winter walk through Johnston Canyon allows you to see how nature makes beautiful art out of ice. A series of trails and steel catwalks provide easy access into a deep canyon to see the frozen waterfalls.
Well equipped with studded shoes, you will follow your guide on a hike dotted with waterfalls and frozen rock walls, in a territory with a very rich fauna.

Day 4:
Access tickets to Upper Hot Springs
Start your day with a relaxing soak in the hot pool at Banff Upper Hot Springs then dry off and take a trip back in time at the Cave and Basin National Historic Site.
Learn about the hot springs’ rich history from their initial use by Indigenous People, to their role in the establishment of Canada’s first national park and the world-class experience they are today. This is your chance to discover Banff’s rich hot springs history for yourself.

Gondola Tickets to Mont Sulfur
The air is clean and clear up here. There’s a slight chill in the wind, but that’s okay because you’re warm in the gondola, on your way to the summit. Gazing down from the jagged mountain ridge, you stare in amazement at the town, lakes, and rivers on the valley floor far below. Around you, massive peaks reach into the sky. You feel small in the vastness of the alpine, and it’s such a revitalizing and calming sensation.
Sulphur Mountain, named for the two sulphurous hot springs found on its lower slopes, will amaze you with awe-inspiring 360-degree views of six mountain ranges, the Bow Valley, and the town of Banff.

Day 5:
Private Dogsledding adventure in Kananaskis Valley
A Taste Of The Canadian Rockies Winter Wonderland
The tour begins with a brief instruction and a meet and greet with the huskies and the opportunity to assist in preparing for the trip
Set off on your journey through the forest surrounding the Ranch aboard the dog sled
Stop to explore an authentic Teepee encampment while learning about the Aboriginal way of life and how dogsledding played an important role in Alberta’s History

Rest beside a toasty campfire, sip some hot chocolate and roast up a marshmallow or two!
Onto the Buffalo Paddock to get a close up view and take photos of our resident Canadian Plains Bison herd
The Trappers Cabin, just up the trail, offers some history of Kananaskis Valley and includes a display of artifacts from the days of trappers and prospectors
Climb aboard your sled for the final leg of your trip back to the Ranch
Enjoy the serenity of winter in the mountains.

Day 6:
Private snowshoe wildlife tour in Lake Louise
Perfect for anyone who wants to explore the peace and stillness of the winter forest! Join our enthusiastic and certified guides on this tour as you escape the crowds and learn how animals and plants deal with the long, hard winters in the Canadian Rockies.

Day 7:
Drop off car in Calgary
Fly home



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