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Explore the sapphire-blue lakes and towering waterfalls of Banff National Park and the Yoho Valley on this day trip from Calgary. Discover the iconic Lake Louise, a UNESCO World Heritage Site set against the backdrop of the majestic Victoria Glacier. Then head to the Yoho Valley, where you'll stop by the beautiful Takkakaw Falls. Your mountain lakes and waterfalls day trip also includes lunch, coach transport and round-trip transport from select Calgary hotels.
The Calgary Zoo is a can’t miss attraction for visitors. With over 900 animals from all over the world, the Calgary Zoo has made a name for itself in conservation and education. Make a day of spending time with the animals, learning about their lives and habitats, and how we can help conserve and protect them.
Spend the day exploring the incredible scenery of the Canadian Rockies during this day trip from Calgary to the mountain town of Banff and its surrounding attractions. Check out the surreal rock formations near Tunnel Mountain Drive, shaped by thousands of years of wind and rain. Then soar above Banff on board the Banff Gondola as you take in incredible views of the town and surrounding peaks. At the conclusion of the tour, you have the option of being dropped off in Banff for your own leisure before your shuttle departs back to Calgary. Your Banff day trip also includes round-trip transport from select hotels, coach transport, and gondola ride.
Inspiring Mountain Adventures that are sure to be the highlight of your stay in the beautiful Canadian Rockies. Professional guides, exceptional service and adventures that captivate you imagination.
Stunning scenery, new experiences and the unknown around each river bend…
All the makings of your next great Canmore adventure.
Journey one way from Calgary to Jasper, stopping to enjoy the amazing natural scenery and great attractions in Jasper and Banff National Parks, during this full-day transfer and guided tour by coach. Photographers, outdoor lovers, and casual sightseers alike will enjoy this opportunity to travel along the majestic Icefields Parkway that runs between the two cities, stopping at iconic locations like Lake Louise, Crowfoot Glacier, and Columbia Icefield, among others. Also, take a ride on top of the Columbia Glacier in the all-terrain Ice Explorer and take a break to purchase lunch.
Explore the majestic scenery along the Icefields Parkway, including a trip out onto Athabasca Glacier by all-terrain vehicle, during this 14-hour day trip from Calgary. Visit iconic sites like Lake Louise before enjoying a drive along the Icefields Parkway, admiring the road's jaw-dropping scenery, before arriving at the Columbia Icefield, where you'll have the chance to visit the amazing Athabasca Glacier up close on board the all-wheel-drive Ice Explorer.
Prepare for a real rustic Alberta mountain adventure at Boundary Ranch! The 2-Hour Ridge Ride travels high above Kananaskis Valley to capture a breathtaking view of the entire Kananaskis area. Journey into remote arboreal forests and enjoy the serenity of the backcountry with friendly and professional guides. Trail rides are suitable for riders of any level, and no previous experience is required.
Please Note: Minimum of 2 people required per booking
Get a comprehensive tour of Banff, Lake Louise, and Moraine Lake highlights during this full-day excursion from Calgary. Learn about the history of Canada's first national park and take in the scenic views around Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, accompanied by your guide's engaging commentary. Banff National Park entrance fees included.
Discover the amazing, underground world of caves on this half-day, small-group guided cave explorer tour with all equipment included. Follow your guide through the twists and turns of this subterranean world, crawling past prehistoric bones and observing centuries-old rock formations. Choose to explore lesser-travelled places in the cave and wriggle through manhole-cover sized passages (optional) to test yourself in this rugged environment.
Glide through Calgary and discover its beauty in on this Segway tour. In a short period of time, zoom around effortlessly through the city’s downtown and see Calgary’s famous river valley. Admire the Bow River and the Trans Canada Trail, the longest continuous trail in North America. This Calgary Segway tour is limited to just seven people, ensuring more personalized attention.
Step back in time and delve into Canada’s colorful past with this Heritage Park general admission ticket. With your ticket in hand, head inside the family-friendly park and begin exploring at your leisure. In the summer months, you can learn all about life as a 19th-century fur-trader or railway worker, and visit old-fashioned blacksmith’s shops and lumber yards. Admire antique automobiles at the Gasoline Alley Museum, where vintage 1908 REO Autobuggies and 1912 Buicks take pride of place. Stroll through Heritage Town Square and perhaps chat to the locals in their traditional clothing.
Explore Calgary's 17th Avenue SW on this food-focused walking tour. Get to know what the trendsetters are talking about by spending time with a guide on this hip strip. Traveling with a guided group gets you in to the restaurants that never have reservations available, where you can eat and drink to your heart's content.
The world-famous Calgary Stampede is a unique event your whole family will love. The annual 10-day rodeo, exhibition and festival is a century-old tradition featuring authentic rodeo competitions, chuckwagon races, grandstand shows and much more. This is an amazing way to enjoy a taste of the Wild West in Alberta, Canada.
Immerse yourself in the UNESCO-listed scenery of the Canadian Rockies—and visit two top-notch national parks in one day—on this seamless tour from Calgary. Depart in the morning from the city center, and travel via comfortable coach. Venture first to Banff National Park, where you’ll admire the turquoise waters of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. Next, transfer to Yoho National Park, where you’ll explore lovely Emerald Lake. Finally, at day’s end, return to Calgary.
Cruise effortlessly through Calgary and discover its beauty in on this 90-minute Segway tour. In a short period of time, glide through the city’s downtown and see Calgary’s beautiful river valley. Admire the Bow River and the Trans Canada Trail — the longest continuous trail in North America — as well as St Patrick's Island, Fort Calgary, and Inglewood. This Calgary Segway tour is limited to just seven people, ensuring a more memorable experience.
Tackle Rat’s Nest Cave, located near Canmore, Alberta, on this all-day adventure tour. After being outfitted with your gear, head out on a short hike up to the cave. Along the way, learn how caves are formed and the geologic history of the area, plus possibly spot bighorn sheep. Once at the cave, rappel down 59 feet (18 meters) and begin navigating the route, which includes some challenging sections that involve climbing, crawling, squeezing, and sliding through the cave. At the end, reach the grotto with its crystal-clear pool and stalactites and stalagmites.
Visit Studio Bell in Calgary, the home of the National Music Centre. The attraction opened in 2016 with five floors of music focused and interactive exhibits--it's like a music festival in a museum. In addition to the museum dedicated to Canadian music icons, Studio Bell houses the impressive Kimball Theatre Organ, over 22 stages and studio spaces, and the opportunity for visitors to try their hand at being a musician themselves.
See the mountains of Kananaskis Country the way they have been seen for hundreds of years…on horseback. You’ll spend about an hour riding the Lodgepole Loop around Boundary Ranch. Take in the stunning Rocky Mountain scenery on a sturdy horse who knows the trail well. You will love this authentic Western experience.
The snow-capped mountains, lakes, and valleys of the Canadian Rockies mountains span two states and three national parks. On this tour, spend three days exploring the wild landscapes; take in the highlights of the Jasper, Banff, and Yoho national parks; and stay in Banff town, at the heart of the Rockies. Along the way, see landmarks including the Athabasca Glacier, Lake Louise, Columbia Icefield, and Sulphur Mountain.
Discover the culinary delights of Banff as you explore stunning Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel on this small-group tasting tour. Visit four locations within the sprawling complex including the Vermillion Room and 1888 Chop House for “fork and knife” tastings and beverage pairings. Learn about the history, art, and architecture of the national historic site from your guide as you explore.
Step into our stable 25' voyageur canoe and paddle breathtaking Barrier Lake. A leisurely paddle along the shore of this lake is the perfect addition to any visit to Kananaskis. The voyageurs were responsible for the Western settlement expansion of Canada by utilizing large canoes that held many people. Learn how to light a fire without a match and watch for wildlife as you paddle along the rugged shoreline surrounded by mountains.
Drink out of a toilet! Lay on a bed of nails! Live science demos, amazing Facilitators and an open studio where you can create and explore.
Currently showing Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out, as well as the new Dome show, Great Bear Rainforest! Last day is March 29!
TELUS Spark Science Centre is a space for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore science, technology, engineering, art and math. Exhibits and programs ignite a sense of wonder and excitement. Over 200 hands- on experiences and the largest Dome theatre in Western Canada. General admission covers all special exhibits, unlimited Dome shows and the award winning outdoor Brainasium park. Enjoy a bite in the Spark Eatery and find unique gifts for that science geek in your life in the Spark Store. Spark Science Centre is a registered charity.
Join one of our certified guides in the Kananaskis Village, then depart for Canada's highest paved pass! Relax and enjoy the views in our spacious van en route to the trailhead. Your hike will begin at 7250 feet above sea level; take in the breathtaking scenery as you hike to an elevation of 8000 feet, the perfect habitat for bighorn sheep, pikas and an incredible array of alpine plants. Follow the creek and waterfalls back on this easy 2-3 hour hike. Suitable for children 8 years and older. Please schedule 4.5 hours for this excursion.