Calgary, concludes Jasper, Canada

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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 11-hour 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, Peyto Lake, Crowfoot Glacier and Athabasca Falls, among others. You’ll also take a ride on top the Columbia Glacier in the all-terrain Ice Explorer and take a break to purchase lunch.
  • One-way tour of the Canadian Rocky Mountains from Calgary to Jasper
  • Relaxing and scenic way to get from Calgary to Jasper, where the tour ends
  • Visit Banff National Park to see Lake Louise, Crowfoot Glacier and Peyto Lake
  • See the Columbia Icefield, ride the Ice Explorer and experience the Glacier Skywalk
  • See Tangle Falls and Athabasca Falls
Make the most of your transfer from Calgary to Jasper thanks to this one-way 11-hour day trip, stopping at some of the most beautiful locations in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It’s the perfect combination of sightseeing trip and city transfer, all rolled into one convenient fun tour experience.
Start your day from select Calgary hotels, heading by coach along the Trans-Canada Highway towards the mountain town of Banff. From there you’ll continue onto the Icefields Parkway, considered to be one of Canada’s most stunning scenic drives, and passing through two national parks, heading to your ultimate destination in Jasper.
Stop by famous natural landmarks on the way including Crowfoot Glacier, Lake Louise, Peyto Lake, allowing you the chance to immerse yourself in this amazing alpine landscape. Soon you’ll reach the Columbia Icefield, where you’ll climb aboard the specially equipped Ice Explorer vehicle for an unforgettable ride on top of a glacier. You’ll also have time here to have lunch before moving on to Sunwapta Valley, traveling past Tangle Falls and the Stutfield Glacier at Mt Kitchener. The trip also includes time to visit the Glacier Adventure and Glacier Skywalk. Make one last stop at Athabasca Falls, arriving in the late afternoon in Jasper.
Please note:• This trip ends in Jasper and is one-way only.• Passengers can bring 2 pieces of luggage per person maximum• This tour is seasonal and only runs May through to October.


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, Oct 2017

Well worth the trip! Make sure to call and reconfirm pick up point and time with the tour agency number provided it's very likely Brewster to avoid any confusion the morning of, since pick-up time is usually at the crack of dawn. We stayed at the Hyatt Regency, and no pickup was available at our hotel, but it was a short walk to the Fairmont where we and a couple of other passengers were picked up around 6:15AM. After a two hour bus ride to Banff, we transferred to our main coach at the Brewster Station, for the one-way trip to Jasper. The 10-hour trek into the beautiful Canadian Rockies has commenced! It was a long ride, but you will never feel the length since there were enough stops to alight from the bus and enjoy the scenery - one more beautiful than the next. We stopped for lunch at the Icefields Parkway Observatory - it was included in the tour, and was a buffet in the building restaurant. I suppose the place had to cater to the many Chinese tourists that descend in that area, that lunch was a weird combination of salads and Chinese dishes made poorly. We had enough time after lunch to explore the observatory, before boarding the bus for our pre-assigned tour time of the Columbia Icefield. The massive Icefield Explorer vehicles were impressive, and make sure to dress warmly. In a hot August summer, the place was about 40F and one must have sturdy hiking shoes, as the ice on the ice field is definitely tricky! Make sure to bring an empty water bottle with you, as don't miss your chance of tasting some awesome glacier water! Then off we went to another pre-assigned tour time of the Glacier Skywalk for breathtaking views. Boarding the bus again, the last stop about half an hour from Jasper is the Athabasca Falls. We arrived at Jasper close to about 6pm, enough time to check-in and enjoy this charming town for our next destination. There are so many awe-inspiring sights on this tour, it is so hard to pick a favorite. But if your trip entails a route from Calgary to Jasper, this tour is the best thing to take, hands down! The stops were well-thought of, the tours very organized, and the comfort second to none.

, Sep 2017


, Sep 2016

This was the longest day, and I was feeling pretty hesitant about the long journey. However, it was by far the best day of my 17 day holiday - enough pit stops, so many sights, a great guide Mitch, and the most beautiful scenery. So glad we opted to do this journey through the Rockies.

, Jun 2016

This tour gave us a one way ride to Jasper and all the lovely views enroute. The highlights were lake Louise, the Columbia ice fields, the glacier sky walk, the peyto lake and many more sceneries on way. The time given to explore each point was adequate and we reached by evening and we could explore

, Jun 2016

This tour was absolutely amazing. Our driver was Dustin and he was informative and provided oodles of information about the area. He was easy to talk to and provided us with friendliness and service way beyond our expectations. TAKE THIS TOUR. It will create a memory you will never forget.

, Oct 2015

We went with Brewsters tours who were excellent despite a miscommunication from Viator. We were led to understand the tour bus would be picking us up from our Hotel, the Delta Calgary, we were up at 6 am and waiting for the bus to arrive. The bus from Brewsters did not turn up, when we contacted Brewsters they told us they had not been asked to pick us from our Hotel but another hotel in downtown Calgary. We then had to pay 300 dollars for a taxi to catch up with the bus in Banff! The tour itself was excellent and Brewsters were helpful. Aviator were not available to help us! I would recommend Brewsters but go direct.

, Oct 2015

Very good trip. Picked up 6.15am, in Calgary, transferred to a coach in Banff. First visit Lake Louise, beautiful scenery. Then onto Bow Lake, next Peyto Lake which was stunning. Lunch which was included in the price, was at the Columbia Icefields, very good. The ride on the ice explorer was great. All in all good value and we were dropped off at our apartment.

, Sep 2015

This tour was AMAZING! So far my favourite tour in Canada. It had the best stops, the only thing i would say was bad that we didn't stop at some of the locations long enough, but it was the some of the most beautiful scenery! Our tour guide, Dustin was fun and made the trip enjoyable :

, Jun 2015

Excellent way to get to Jasper and to see everything along the way! Amazing scenery! Didn't miss anything, was able to see it all. Guide was very knowledgable

, Jun 2015

Very scenic and beautiful tour. The tour guide Dustin from Brewster travel was very knowledgeable and gave lots of information.

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