Start your journey to Famous Canadian Rockies from Calgary and you will visit the Lake Louise and Yoho National Park.
This beautiful lake is named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. Famous photo-taking location. In summer, you can go boating on the lake or walk on the lakeside, and enjoy a leisurely lunch. In winter, you can walk on the lake with snowshoes (provided) and experience the charming snow scenery (Stop for about 2 hours)
*Free Snowshoeing experience will provide for the Winter (Nov to mid-Apr) itinerary (about 20 minutes) / weather dependent
[Moraine Lake/Ten Peaks Valley]
Its waters are the most amazing color, a vivid shade of turquoise that changes in intensity through the summer as the glacier melt. Set in the rugged Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake is surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and rock piles, creating a scene so stunning it almost seems unreal. (stop for about 60 minutes)
*Moraine Lake open from (mid-May to Early Oct)
[YOHO National Park]
Named for a Cree expression of awe and wonder, Yoho lies on the Western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
It is one of the most bizarre feats of engineering to get the grade of a train line to be at or below 2.2%. The current two spiral tunnels where the railroad forms two spirals, crossing beneath itself twice, almost forming a figure eight, before continuing in the proper direction down the mountain were completed in 1909. (pass through)
Name comes from her green water color. (stop for about 20 minutes)
Sculpted by the erosive forces of rushing water over what had once been a waterfall, the Natural Bridge is a powerful reminder of how much influence water has in shaping the landscape. (stop for about 15 minutes)
**Return to Calgary and arrive around 19:00PM
**Sightseeing points and stop time are subject to weather condition
**If closure of any sightseeing point occurs, it will be replaced by other points