• Day 1

    Outbound international flight to Calgary

    Set dramatically between prairies and peaks, Calgary is a chic Canadian metropolis, buzzing with innovative energy while embracing its rich Western heritage. The cultural scene sizzles with a full spectrum of arts, and there’s serious
    magic to be found in the city’s everevolving culinary scene.

    Stay: Hotel Arts Kensington (1 night)​

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    Hotel Arts Kensington

    From an award-winning restaurant to a welcoming atmosphere and stunning design elements, the Hotel Arts (overlooking the picturesque Bow River in the heart of Kensington Village), is THE luxury hideaway destination in Calgary.

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  • Day 2

    Calgary to Banff

    Journey Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes

    On-route to Banff, we’d definitely recommend stopping in Canmore – more of a ‘real’ town than Banff, but almost
    equally as scenic. And it’s easy to drive through and take in the sights without sacrificing any of your time in Banff, as it’s only about 15-20 minutes south.

    Stay: Fairmont Banff Springs (3 nights)​

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    Fairmont Banff Springs

    Banff National Park's flagship lodge: a castle-like historical hotel where pampering is an art form, and a full spectrum of activities, and blissful balance at the award-winning Willow Steam Spa, means you may never want to leave.​​

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  • Day 3

    Banff National Park

    The oldest national park in Canada, Banff is a beauty of an outdoor playground, and certainly doesn’t scrimp on adventure – so much so it can be difficult to know where to start. But don’t miss a visit to glacial Lake Minnewanka, be sure to rent a bike and cycle the Banff Legacy Trail, and take dip in the Upper Hot Springs – its temperatures hovering around 40ºC.​

  • Day 4

    Banff to Lake Louise

    Journey Time: 50 minutes

    In the morning, begin the short, one hour drive to heartbreakingly beautiful, supremely tranquil Lake Louise – one
    of the wonders of the Canadian Rockies and the hiking capital of the world. Fed by trickling glaciers and overshadowed by soaring mountain peaks, the lake’s bright turquoise waters are simply stunning.

    In the afternoon, stay close to the hotel and go on a hike or a canoe ride, or try one of the many other activities,
    including horse-riding, rock-climbing, the Lake Louise gondola, sky-diving and paragliding.

    Stay: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise (2 nights)​

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    Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

    Raw beauty, super-fresh air, year-round adrenaline-pumping sport and adventure, family friendliness and renowned service are all par for the course at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise: a place that's highly respected for its environmental tourism too.

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  • Day 5

    Lake Louise

    Summer in Lake Louise is filled with magical moments, from crisp early morning walks through dew covered grass, and paddling in its most Instagrammed lakes (Emerald, Moraine, Agnes and Lake Louise herself ), to traversing sub-alpine walking trails, majestic mountains and verdant forests on the hike up the popular Lake Agnes Tea House Trail, or sipping sundowners with your other half at the end of another golden day.

  • Day 6

    Lake Louise to Jasper

    Journey Time: 3 hours, 15 minutes

    This drive is where you’ll experience the Canadian Rockies in all their glory, with a never-ending procession of mammoth mountains and jagged peaks, over 100 glaciers and pristine emerald-coloured lakes. Ask your hotel to pack you some snacks as the eateries en-route are minimal. And for that perfect Kodak moment look out for Athabasca Falls, just before you arrive in Jasper.

    Stay: Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge (2 nights)​

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    Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

    Widely considered as Canada’s finest golf resort, in an incredible lakeside location surrounded by forests and mountain glaciers on the wild side of the Rockies, with an abundance of outdoor activities and adventures for all (most notably unrivalled skiing).

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  • Day 7

    Jasper National Park

    A host of activities await within Jasper National Park, including guided hikes, mountain-biking, horse-riding, whitewater rafting, the Jasper Tramway (Canada’s longest and highest guided aerial tramway), a trip down the scenic
    Athabasca River, boat tours on lovely Maligne Lake, the Glacier Skywalk, and private guided planetarium experiences.​

  • Day 8

    Jasper to Sun Peaks

    Journey Time: 5 hours

    It’s a long old stretch to Vancouver from Jasper (but a pretty one nonetheless), so we recommend breaking up your journey with a night in the charming Europeanstyle village of Sun Peaks.

    Stay: Sun Peaks Lodge (1 night)​

  • Day 9

    Sun Peaks to Vancouver

    Journey Time: 4 hours, 25 minutes

    As you head further west towards Vancouver, through the agricultural lands of the Fraser Valley, you’ll find there aren’t many points of interest to check-out, so you’ll probably want to head straight into the city.

    Stay: Fairmont Pacific Rim (3 nights)​

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    Fairmont Pacific Rim

    Fairmont's flagship property on Vancouver's vibrant waterfront, with unobstructed views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park and Coal Harbour, and a brilliant fusion of the West Coast and Asia.

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  • Days 10-11


    There are so many ways to fill your three days here, so to get you started, why not pay a visit to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the world’s longest suspension footbridge; take the Skyride up Grouse Mountain for the best views of the city; or an exhilarating 20-minute seaplane city tour, ending with an exhilarating spray of water on touchdown.

  • Day 12


    Depart Vancouver on your international flight back to London.​

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