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Walk the Canadian Rockies: Banff & Yoho National Parks

Welcome to a living picture postcard on the Continental Divide!

  • Duration: 7 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 2 - 6|
  • Walking: 2 - 5 hr|
  • Group Size: 20
4.8 out of 5 stars.
Activity Easy
Easy
Walking Tour
Walking Tour
Airplane
Air Package Available
People
Guided Group Tour

Starting From

Walking Vacation + Air Package

$3,545

Walking Vacation Only

$2,945

(per person, double occupancy)

Walk the Canadian Rockies: Banff & Yoho National Parks

Welcome to a living picture postcard on the Continental Divide! Scan for wildlife and breathe in bracing mountain air as you embark on ridge walks or ascend to mountaintops by chairlift and gondola. Let your eye sweep over rugged peaks skirted by fragrant forests, fields of wildflowers, farmland, small towns, untamed rivers and soaring waterfalls. You’ll also dine at one of Canada’s top restaurants and learn about the cultural heritage of the Canadian Rockies on a trip that will surely be a high point among all your travels.

What to Expect

This tour features a combination of hard-packed trails and easy terrain, mixed with moderate hills and uneven footpaths. On rainy days the footpaths and trails can be wet and muddy. Our VBT van is available at specific meeting points for those who would like assistance. Both morning and afternoon walking options are available most days. Ideal for enthusiastic beginners and experienced walkers. Several of the walks require a transfer from the hotel to the start of the walk. Our Trip Leaders often use this time in the van for a morning route review so you can enjoy a more leisurely morning at breakfast.

  • Duration: 7 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 2 - 6|
  • Walking: 2 - 5 hr|
  • Group Size: 20
Activity Easy Easy
Walking
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Walkers
Bus Vehicle
Support

Tour Highlights

  • Gaze upon the glassy waters of Lake Minnewanka
  • Enjoy a bird's eye view of vibrant wildflowers in a gondola over Sunshine Meadows (alternate hike on early season departures)
  • Revel in the untouched beauty of Yoho National Park
  • Take part in all Banff National Park has to offer with its varied sceneries and breathtaking views
  • Savor a box lunch amongst the stunning backdrop of the Plain of Six Glaciers trail
  • Engage in farm-to-table dining experiences with traditional, fine cuisine
  • Stretch out by the warm fireplace with your group members at the end of each fulfilling day
  • Spot local wildlife and sweeping landscapes in what is sure to make a jawdropping photograph
  • Learn the history of Banff with a guided walking tour

Climate Information

Temperatures

Average High /
Low Temperature (℉):

Jun66º/42º

Jul71º/45º

Aug71º/44º

Sep62º/37º

Average
Precipitation:

Jun2.7 in

Jul2.7 in

Aug2.4 in

Sep1.5 in

What's Included

Walking Vacation + Air Package

Walking Vacation Only

Roundtrip international airfare Check
Transfers to and from international airport Check
One night in Calgary in a conveniently located hotel with breakfast included Check
5 nights in 3-star hotels Check Check
13 meals: 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners Check Check

Walking Packages Include:

Pair of Trekking Poles

Two Local, Bilingual Trip Leaders

Vehicle Support

Luggage Transfers

Daily Route Notes

Welcome Reception

Facilitated Cultural Experiences

Your Choice of VBT Branded Gear for Your Adventure

Itinerary

Sat, Jun 22 to Fri, Jun 28 - 2019

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Depart from home for Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Upon arrival at the Calgary International Airport (YYC), claim your luggage and clear customs. Make certain your VBT luggage tags are clearly visible so that our VBT representative can identify you. If your luggage is lost, file a claim with your airline’s luggage service before leaving the customs area counter. VBT representatives are not allowed into the customs area.

After exiting customs, enter the arrival hall and look for your VBT representative, who will be holding a sign with your name. He or she will walk you to your arranged transfer, which will depart from the Arrivals level. The transfer to your centrally located hotel is a journey of approximately 20 minutes.

Please note: Your room may not be available until 4 p.m., in which case you may store your luggage with the Reception Desk.

The rest of the day is yours to explore Calgary at leisure, using the VBT City Information as your guide. All meals are on your own today.

Please note: VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you fly in earlier than the scheduled program dates, transportation from the airport will be at your own expense.

Hotel: Hotel Arts

VBT Air Package guests: After a leisurely breakfast, you will have the morning to visit a few more sites in Calgary, perhaps strolling the cobbled streets of Stephen Avenue, lined with historic buildings and shops. Then dress for walking and meet your VBT Trip Leaders and the rest of the group at 12:30 p.m. in the lobby of your hotel. Your VBT Trip Leaders will be at the hotel starting at 12:00 p.m., available to answer any questions before the start of the tour. They will be holding a VBT sign and easy to recognize. Please plan to have or buy some lunch before you leave. Please come dressed for walking (with your day pack, water bottle, and your luggage), as there will be no place to change into hiking clothes before beginning the warm-up walk. Your transfer time to Banff is two hours.

Once you arrive in Banff with your Trip Leaders, they will conduct a safety and walking pole fitting session, followed by a warm-up walk at Lake Minnewanka. The longest lake in the Rockies, its name translates into “water of the spirits” in the First Nations Nakoda language. As you follow its pathways along the glassy-surfaced lake, marvel at your first up-close views of Banff National Park, a stunning canvas of spruce and fir trees and rugged peaks skirted by pine-green forest.

Tonight, enjoy a welcome reception followed by dinner in Banff.

Hotel: Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa
Meals: Breakfast (for Air Package guests only), Dinner
Daily Options: 3 miles (4.8 km)

After a hearty breakfast, shuttle 20 minutes to Sunshine Village, a ski resort that straddles the Continental Divide and the border between Alberta and British Columbia. Here, you will ascend the summit by gondola and chairlift, admiring sweeping views. At the top, take time to marvel at Banff’s magnificent Sunshine Meadows, a vast natural garden set in an enormous valley surrounded by breathtaking peaks. Admire its riot of colorful wildflowers, rolling green slopes and glistening lakes. During your visit to the summit, learn about the vegetation and ecosystem from your Trip Leaders of this fascinating world above the tree line. You will have an opportunity to hike one of the ridgeline trails, a thrilling preview of more magnificent landscapes to follow throughout your walking vacation. Enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your Trip Leaders on top of the world, with stunning views of the pyramidal Mount Assiniboine. Nicknamed the “Matterhorn of the Rockies” for its resemblance to the Swiss peak, it is the highest mountain in the southern range of the Canadian Rockies.

Please note: For all guests on our June departures, we will hike to Stanley Glacier instead of Sunshine Meadows as the gondola and shuttle bus service to Sunshine Meadows do not operate in June. Located in Kootenay National Park, this easy half-day outing runs from the Vermillion River to a rockbound hanging valley containing Stanley Glacier. The hike is very rewarding in the early summer when wildflowers blanket the trailside and numerous waterfalls and avalanches tumble off Stanley Peak’s northeast face.

Return to Banff for an historical walking tour and enjoy free time to browse the shops or to visit the Whyte Museum to learn about the cultural heritage of the Canadian Rockies. Tonight, your Trip Leaders will provide recommendations for dinner on your own.

Hotel: Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 3-6 miles (5-10 km) and 2 miles (3 km) (Banff walking tour)
Daily Option in June – Stanley Glacier 5.2 miles (8.4 km) round trip; and 2 miles (3 km) (Banff walking tour)

Awake to the cool mountain air and another full breakfast. After, shuttle to Lake Louise, sure to nourish your body and soul amidst majestic natural beauty. This is one of the most famous lakes in the world, renowned for its magnificent setting. The glacier-fed waters were named for Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.

Begin your walk on the Plain of Six Glaciers trail, one of the most scenic hikes in the Canadian Rockies. With each footfall, you head deeper into a landscape of glaciated mountains and rugged scree fields, passing white rivers flowing with glacial dust that empty into Lake Louise and lend it its magical aura. The trail offers expansive views of the impressive mountains surrounding Lake Louise, including Mount Lefroy and Mount Victoria. You will also have sweeping view of Victoria Glacier. After your steady hike up, enjoy a trail (box) lunch near the historic Plain of Six Glaciers Teahouse. This charming stopover was built by Swiss guides for the Canadian Pacific Railway to serve mountaineers continuing to surrounding mountains. Today it offers a rustic setting and a welcome respite for national park hikers. You may opt to treat yourself to a sweet dessert and tea before heading back down, where you may add a hike to a nearby talus slope (built up from rocky debris that has sloughed off from mountainsides) for breathtaking vistas.

Alternately, take a shorter walk on the Lake Louise Lakeshore, a broad flat trail with ever-changings views of great peaks. Afterwards, opt for a paddle in a rental canoe on the turquoise waters or enjoy tea at the chateau.

After your dream day at iconic Lake Louise, you will shuttle to Golden, British Columbia’s “Kicking Horse Country,” crossing the great Continental Divide en route. Your home for the next two nights is the Palliser Lodge. Tonight, you will gather for dinner at the 3-Diamond Cedar House Restaurant, named one of the “Top 50 Places to Eat in Canada” for over ten consecutive years by the National Restaurant Guide. It will be a meal well deserved

Hotel: Palliser Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Daily Options: 2.4 miles (3.8 km) or 6.8 miles (10 km)

Golden lies at a breathtaking confluence of natural wonders, making it a hiker’s paradise. Nestled in the Rocky Mountain Trench, it spreads out where the Columbia and Kicking Horse rivers meet. Three different mountain ranges surround the town and five National Parks are visible from the heights of the summit of Kicking Horse Resort.

After breakfast, you will walk from our lodge to the Golden Eagle Express Gondola for a swift ride to the summit of Kicking Horse (elevation 7,700 ft. / 2,347 m). Enjoy endless sweeping views as you begin a walk along the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Ridge, following Terminator Ridge over some loose rock and well-traveled rocky trails. Terminator Ridge reaches out onto a massive promontory that parallels the path of the gondola. The beauty of much of today’s ridge walk is the 360-degree view it affords, giving you a full appreciation for the untouched beauty of Canada’s wilderness. Everywhere you look, the vast valley stretches to the imposing wall of the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia River slices a path past forest, farmland and small towns.

When you pause to rest, you may ponder the idea that five National Parks are visible from these spectacular heights: Glacier, Yoho, Banff, Kootenay, and even Jasper. After a rewarding walk, enjoy your trail (box) lunch.

After lunch, continue your ridge walk in the opposite direction. Later, head down for an optional trip to the town of Golden to explore its afternoon farmer’s market, shop or enjoy a flight of tasters at the Whitetooth Brewing Company.

Tonight, your Trip Leaders will provide recommendations for dinner on your own in the town of Golden and they will provide shuttles.

Hotel: Palliser Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 2 miles (3 km) and/or 1 mile (1.7 km)

This morning, you shuttle to Yoho National Park. This splendid preserved wilderness on the western slopes of the Continental Divide was named for the First Nations Cree word for “awe” and “wonder.” You’ll quickly come to experience its magnificence for yourself as you arrive at Wapta Falls, a soaring waterfall with an impressive 30-m (98-foot) drop on the kicking Horse River and Yoho’s largest waterfall by volume.

Afterward, transfer to Emerald Lake, the largest of Yoho’s 61 lakes and ponds. Tumbling creeks, bracing mountains and clean air make it a paradise for hikers and you will have the chance for a leisurely walk here before a picnic lunch.

After lunch, transfer to Mount Engadine Lodge in pristine Spray Valley Provincial Park. This hidden gem is surrounded by untouched wilderness in Kananaskis Country. Stretch your legs on the Rummel Lake trail to the Spray Lake reservoir viewpoint or settle in at the lodge and enjoy afternoon high tea.

Tonight, you will dine at the lodge. During our special farewell dinner, savor its locally sourced food served family-style and wines from British Columbia.

Hotel: Mount Engadine Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Daily Options: 2.8miles (4.6 km) easy and 2-4 miles (4-6 km) easy

VBT Air Package guests: Enjoy an early breakfast at the Mount Engadine and bid farewell to your hosts. Then shuttle to the Calgary International Airport (YYC) at 8:15 a.m. (2 hour, 10 minutes’ travel time); you’ll arrive at by 10:30 a.m. for your return flight. We recommend a flight out of Calgary no earlier than 12:00 p.m. (noon).

* Please note: If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport is at your own expense.

Meals: Breakfast

Sun, Jun 23 to Fri, Jun 28 - 2019

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VBT-Walking-Vacation-only guests: Your tour begins at 12:30 p.m. in the lobby of your Calgary hotel, either at Hotel Arts in Calgary (119 – 12th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 0G8 Canada, telephone +403-266-4611), or Ramada Plaza Calgary Downtown hotel (708, 8th Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1H2, telephone +403-263-7600), where you will meet your VBT Trip Leaders and the rest of the group. Your VBT Trip Leaders will be at the hotel starting at 12:00 p.m., available to answer any questions before the start of the tour. They will be holding a VBT sign and easy to recognize. Please plan to have or buy some lunch before you leave. Please come dressed for walking (with your day pack, water bottle, and your luggage), as there will be no place to change into hiking clothes before beginning the warm-up walk. Your transfer time to Banff is two hours.

If your arrival at the Calgary hotel is scheduled for later than 12:30 p.m. or if you are delayed, you must travel at your own expense to our Banff hotel (Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa, 521 Banff Avenue, Banff, Alberta, Canada, telephone +403.762.5887). Banff Airporter (www.banffairporter.com) and Brewster Banff Airport Express (www.brewster.ca/transportation/brewster-banff-airport-express) offer shuttles between the Calgary International Airport and Banff. Costs are approximately $65 CAD per person one-way. Please contact Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa to advise of any travel delays or changes, and the staff will pass your message on to your VBT Trip Leaders. Please note that if you miss VBT’s transfer from Calgary, you will miss the warm-up walk in Banff. Once you arrive in Banff, check into your room. Meet your Trip Leaders as soon as they return from the warm-up walk with the rest of the group (around 5:00 p.m.).

Once you arrive in Banff with your Trip Leaders, they will conduct a safety and walking pole fitting session, followed by a warm-up walk at Lake Minnewanka. The longest lake in the Rockies, its name translates into “water of the spirits” in the First Nations Nakoda language. As you follow its pathways along the glassy-surfaced lake, marvel at your first up-close views of Banff National Park, a stunning canvas of spruce and fir trees and rugged peaks skirted by pine-green forest.

Tonight, enjoy a welcome reception followed by dinner in Banff.

Hotel: Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa
Meals: Breakfast (for Air Package guests only), Dinner
Daily Options: 3 miles (4.8 km)

After a hearty breakfast, shuttle 20 minutes to Sunshine Village, a ski resort that straddles the Continental Divide and the border between Alberta and British Columbia. Here, you will ascend the summit by gondola and chairlift, admiring sweeping views. At the top, take time to marvel at Banff’s magnificent Sunshine Meadows, a vast natural garden set in an enormous valley surrounded by breathtaking peaks. Admire its riot of colorful wildflowers, rolling green slopes and glistening lakes. During your visit to the summit, learn about the vegetation and ecosystem from your Trip Leaders of this fascinating world above the tree line. You will have an opportunity to hike one of the ridgeline trails, a thrilling preview of more magnificent landscapes to follow throughout your walking vacation. Enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your Trip Leaders on top of the world, with stunning views of the pyramidal Mount Assiniboine. Nicknamed the “Matterhorn of the Rockies” for its resemblance to the Swiss peak, it is the highest mountain in the southern range of the Canadian Rockies.

Please note: For all guests on our June departures, we will hike to Stanley Glacier instead of Sunshine Meadows as the gondola and shuttle bus service to Sunshine Meadows do not operate in June. Located in Kootenay National Park, this easy half-day outing runs from the Vermillion River to a rockbound hanging valley containing Stanley Glacier. The hike is very rewarding in the early summer when wildflowers blanket the trailside and numerous waterfalls and avalanches tumble off Stanley Peak’s northeast face.

Return to Banff for an historical walking tour and enjoy free time to browse the shops or to visit the Whyte Museum to learn about the cultural heritage of the Canadian Rockies. Tonight, your Trip Leaders will provide recommendations for dinner on your own.

Hotel: Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 3-6 miles (5-10 km) and 2 miles (3 km) (Banff walking tour)
Daily Option in June – Stanley Glacier 5.2 miles (8.4 km) round trip; and 2 miles (3 km) (Banff walking tour)

Awake to the cool mountain air and another full breakfast. After, shuttle to Lake Louise, sure to nourish your body and soul amidst majestic natural beauty. This is one of the most famous lakes in the world, renowned for its magnificent setting. The glacier-fed waters were named for Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.

Begin your walk on the Plain of Six Glaciers trail, one of the most scenic hikes in the Canadian Rockies. With each footfall, you head deeper into a landscape of glaciated mountains and rugged scree fields, passing white rivers flowing with glacial dust that empty into Lake Louise and lend it its magical aura. The trail offers expansive views of the impressive mountains surrounding Lake Louise, including Mount Lefroy and Mount Victoria. You will also have sweeping view of Victoria Glacier. After your steady hike up, enjoy a trail (box) lunch near the historic Plain of Six Glaciers Teahouse. This charming stopover was built by Swiss guides for the Canadian Pacific Railway to serve mountaineers continuing to surrounding mountains. Today it offers a rustic setting and a welcome respite for national park hikers. You may opt to treat yourself to a sweet dessert and tea before heading back down, where you may add a hike to a nearby talus slope (built up from rocky debris that has sloughed off from mountainsides) for breathtaking vistas.

Alternately, take a shorter walk on the Lake Louise Lakeshore, a broad flat trail with ever-changings views of great peaks. Afterwards, opt for a paddle in a rental canoe on the turquoise waters or enjoy tea at the chateau.

After your dream day at iconic Lake Louise, you will shuttle to Golden, British Columbia’s “Kicking Horse Country,” crossing the great Continental Divide en route. Your home for the next two nights is the Palliser Lodge. Tonight, you will gather for dinner at the 3-Diamond Cedar House Restaurant, named one of the “Top 50 Places to Eat in Canada” for over ten consecutive years by the National Restaurant Guide. It will be a meal well deserved

Hotel: Palliser Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Daily Options: 2.4 miles (3.8 km) or 6.8 miles (10 km)

Golden lies at a breathtaking confluence of natural wonders, making it a hiker’s paradise. Nestled in the Rocky Mountain Trench, it spreads out where the Columbia and Kicking Horse rivers meet. Three different mountain ranges surround the town and five National Parks are visible from the heights of the summit of Kicking Horse Resort.

After breakfast, you will walk from our lodge to the Golden Eagle Express Gondola for a swift ride to the summit of Kicking Horse (elevation 7,700 ft. / 2,347 m). Enjoy endless sweeping views as you begin a walk along the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Ridge, following Terminator Ridge over some loose rock and well-traveled rocky trails. Terminator Ridge reaches out onto a massive promontory that parallels the path of the gondola. The beauty of much of today’s ridge walk is the 360-degree view it affords, giving you a full appreciation for the untouched beauty of Canada’s wilderness. Everywhere you look, the vast valley stretches to the imposing wall of the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia River slices a path past forest, farmland and small towns.

When you pause to rest, you may ponder the idea that five National Parks are visible from these spectacular heights: Glacier, Yoho, Banff, Kootenay, and even Jasper. After a rewarding walk, enjoy your trail (box) lunch.

After lunch, continue your ridge walk in the opposite direction. Later, head down for an optional trip to the town of Golden to explore its afternoon farmer’s market, shop or enjoy a flight of tasters at the Whitetooth Brewing Company.

Tonight, your Trip Leaders will provide recommendations for dinner on your own in the town of Golden and they will provide shuttles.

Hotel: Palliser Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 2 miles (3 km) and/or 1 mile (1.7 km)

This morning, you shuttle to Yoho National Park. This splendid preserved wilderness on the western slopes of the Continental Divide was named for the First Nations Cree word for “awe” and “wonder.” You’ll quickly come to experience its magnificence for yourself as you arrive at Wapta Falls, a soaring waterfall with an impressive 30-m (98-foot) drop on the kicking Horse River and Yoho’s largest waterfall by volume.

Afterward, transfer to Emerald Lake, the largest of Yoho’s 61 lakes and ponds. Tumbling creeks, bracing mountains and clean air make it a paradise for hikers and you will have the chance for a leisurely walk here before a picnic lunch.

After lunch, transfer to Mount Engadine Lodge in pristine Spray Valley Provincial Park. This hidden gem is surrounded by untouched wilderness in Kananaskis Country. Stretch your legs on the Rummel Lake trail to the Spray Lake reservoir viewpoint or settle in at the lodge and enjoy afternoon high tea.

Tonight, you will dine at the lodge. During our special farewell dinner, savor its locally sourced food served family-style and wines from British Columbia.

Hotel: Mount Engadine Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Daily Options: 2.8miles (4.6 km) easy and 2-4 miles (4-6 km) easy

VBT-Walking-Vacation-only guests: Enjoy an early breakfast at the Mount Engadine and bid farewell to your hosts. Then shuttle to the Calgary International Airport (YYC) at 8:15 a.m. (2 hour, 10 minutes’ travel time); you’ll arrive at by 10:30 a.m. for your return flight. We recommend a flight out of Calgary no earlier than 12:00 p.m. (noon).

* Please note: If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport is at your own expense.

Meals: Breakfast

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Enjoy an early breakfast at the Vagabond Lodge and bid farewell to your hosts. At 8:15 a.m. shuttle to your downtown Calgary hotel, with a drop-off at the Calgary International Airport (2 hour, 10 minutes’ travel time); you’ll arrive your Calgary city hotel at by 11:15 a.m.

After settling in, you can explore this sophisticated city with ease, walking to many of its landmarks and attractions from your hotel. Browse the art collections at the Glenbow Museum. Ascend the Calgary Tower for splendid city views. Wander among the shops on Stephen Avenue, lined with historic buildings. Or explore Prince’s Island Park, a peaceful urban green space in the Bow River. Local favorites include Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, then a short stroll away stop in at Sidewalk Citizen Bakery and continue on the urban pathways along the Bow River to Fort Calgary (a 5 km walk). This evening, you will have many options for dinner on your own.

Meals: Breakfast
Hotel: Hotel Arts
Alternate Hotel: Ramada Calgary Downtown (for select dates that fall during the Calgary Stampede)

After breakfast*, transfer to the Calgary International Airport for your flight home**.

* Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the front desk to verify the times that breakfast is served.

** Please note: VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport is at your own expense.

Meals: Breakfast

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