Rocky Mountains Transportation

  • Dawn at Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park
    Dawn at Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park
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  • Dawn at Moraine Lake, Banff National Park
    Dawn at Moraine Lake, Banff National...
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  • Dawn at Lake Louise, Banff National Park
    Dawn at Lake Louise, Banff National Park
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    Brewster Travel Canada

    by spidermiss Updated Apr 24, 2011

    Brewster Travel Canada offer a variety of day trips around Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Parks and other services. In July 2005, I joined the Mountain Lakes & Waterfalls tour which took me around Banff and Yoho National Parks.

    You can find out more information including prices on the tours Explore Rockies (a division of Brewster Travel Canada) offer in Calgary and The Canadian Rockies.

    Dawn at Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park Dawn at Moraine Lake, Banff National Park Dawn at Lake Louise, Banff National Park Dawn at Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park Dawn at Castle Mountain, Banff National Park
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    Rocky Mountain Sky Shuttle

    by spidermiss Written Apr 18, 2011

    I used this company for my transfers to Banff from Calgary International Airport when I toured The Canadian Rockies in 2005. The transfers take approximately 2 hours to reach The Rockies from Calgary) but convenient as they drop you off at your accommodation. For your return transfer, you need to reconfirm your booking at least 24 hours prior (between 08:00-17:00). The company has a desk at the arrivals hall at the airport.

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    Touring around the Rockies without a car!

    by spidermiss Updated Apr 3, 2011

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    Having your own car is the best way to get around the Canadian Rockies. However it's possible to travel between the popular tourist centres and areas by public transportation and there are a number of companies that offers tours around the Canadian Rockies.

    In October 2000, I was on an escorted coach tour when touring the Rockies (I went with Jetsave and this was part of my Trans-Canada trip).

    In July 2005, I joined a small group adventure budget tour of the Rockies and also to Waterton Lakes National Park in South West Alberta. I went with a company called True North Tours where they offered a number of tours. I'm not sure if they still exist or operating - I tried to access their website and it came up with something in Japanese! I've put down the numbers incase the company still exists. There are also other companies that offer budget tours in the area such as Moose Travel Network.

    Typical Canadian Rockies Scene
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  • Kananaskis Country - Hwy 40

    by Matyas Updated Sep 15, 2007

    Highway 40 crosses the spectacular Kananaskis Country. Whether you're driving from north to south or opposite direction I can highly recommend to stop by at the Highwood Pass which is the highest road pass in Canada with an altitude of 2206 metres according the road sign (picture 1). Other sources mention 2225 and 2227 metres. During this beautiful and not too long drive many animals can be spotted beside (picture 2) or even in the middle of the road. If you don't wanna stop by by yourself they will probably force you into taking a few minute break:)

    Highwood Pass A local habitant Hwy 40 Hwy 40
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    • Adventure Travel

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