Escape the crowds, soak in the winter beauty, and experience the best of a winter Rockies adventure with a guided snowshoe adventure.
The Bucket List demands you eat the testicles of a bull, because, well, this is something to do in Canada.
Banff National Park, the oldest national park in Canada, has three excellent ski resorts. Whether you’re enjoying the views of Lake Louise, the poweder of Sunshine or the intimacy of Norquay, you’re in for a treat.
Deservedly named as one of the world’s great train journeys, the Rocky Mountaineer showcases the magnificent Rockies in all their glory.
While the price range puts heli-yoga beyond all but the most keen (or wealthy) yoga enthusiasts, it remains an inspiring and unique blend of human ingenuity, technology, and our ongoing quest for healthy spirit.
The sweet eye candy of the Icefields Parkway just got a little sweeter. Walking on air (OK, 3.81cm-thick glass), this U-shaped observation platform gives you unforgettable views of the Rockies, providing your nerves can handle it.
Connecting Banff and Jasper National Parks, the Icefields Parkway is one of the world’s most spectacular drives. Watch out for wildlife, go slow, and soak in the views and amazing roadside attractions.
Ski into Western Canada’s oldest backcountry ski lodge, among staggering mountain beauty and simple, rustic accommodation.