Explore the pristine wilderness of British Columbia and Alberta… Camp in the high Rockies, soak in hot springs, hike across an ice glacier and canoe on a crystal clear mountain lake. The Mountie will take you into the heart of Canada’s wilderness – the perfect outdoor adventure!

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Canada Mountie Adventure


Canada Mountie Adventure  Highlights Include:

  • Guided walk on the incredible Athabasca Glacier
  • Relax in the Sulphur Mountain Hot Springs in Banff
  • Unearth adventure in all-action Whistler
  • Stay at a rustic guest ranch at Wells Gray Provincial Park
  • Drive the spectacular Icefields Parkway
  • Leisure time at picture-perfect Lake Louise
  • Spot iconic Canadian wildlife in scenic Banff
  • Visit Yoho’s Takakkaw Falls & vivid Emerald Lake
  • Hike through Canada’s epic alpine scenery
  • Sightseeing & Stanley Park in cosmopolitan Vancouver
  • Admission to national & provincial parks – Wells Gray, Jasper, Banff/Lake Louise & Yoho

Optional Extras

(paid locally)

  • Mountain biking in Jasper US$8-$75
  • Aerial gondola/tramway in Banff US$35
  • Extreme zipline course in Whistler US$110-$130
  • Whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River US$85-$130
  • Scenic glacier flight, Banff US$265
  • Canoeing on Lake Louise US$45 per hour
  • Horseback riding in Wells Gray US$55



Full Details

Our routes have been carefully chosen to include the best night stops and highlights. However, as local conditions and passenger requests vary, no two trips will ever be the same. With the guidance of your Trek Leader you may modify certain night stops and highlights to give a truly unique experience!

As this tour departs at 07:30 hrs we recommend that you book pre-tour accommodation. Please request hotel details at the time of booking.

Local Payments – Food Kitty: CA$15 per day

Day 1 – 2: Vancouver – Whistler

When we leave Vancouver, you enter a land of snow-dusted mountains, dark conifers and sparkling lakes as you cross the landscape of British Columbia. Travel the old Gold Rush Trail and head to the adventure capital of Western Canada! Don’t let the fact that Whistler is widely known for being the ultimate winter resort fool you; Whistler has plenty of action all year round! It is an absolute playground for your mountain bike enthusiast, beginner or pro. For a very different view, try the zip line through and over treetops or enjoy a ride through the skies in a glass-bottomed gondola. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or someone who likes to be at one with nature, there’s something for everyone in Whistler. In the summer you’ll find locals hanging out by the beautiful lakeshores, so why not join them for the perfect afternoon?.

Accommodation: Camping included

Day 3-4: Wells Gray Provincial Park

Wells Gray is what Canadian dreams are made of and nature will never feel as close to nature as this. Suck in the stillness, silence and isolation. Don’t let the fact that Wells Gray is not a national park fool you, this place is stunning! Home to the famous Helmcken Falls, Canada’s fourth highest waterfall, the park is famous for beautiful meadows full of wildflowers and bears literally roam freely around the park. Enjoy views of high mountains, deep canyons, brooding old-growth forests and raging whitewater rivers. Tonight you’ll stay at a rustic guest ranch for an authentic Canadian experience inside the park itself.

Accommodation: Cabins included (multi-share)

Day 5-6: Jasper National Park

The legendary Jasper National Park is your next stop! This is the largest national park in Canada, Jasper will leave you in absolute awe from the get-go, with jagged mountain peaks surrounding you at every turn and wildlife roaming through the wilderness. The sharp-eyed may spot a Grizzly or even a caribou here. People travel from far and wide to marvel at this stunner of a park and to hike or bike its famous trails.

Accommodation: Camping included

Day 7-8: Icefields Parkway – Yoho Ntional Park

Today’s drive will blow your mind as you cruise along the stunning Icefields Parkway. Running parallel to the Continental Divide, it’s one of the world’s most stunning drives, seriously, it’s insane!  Next on our list, you will reach Yoho National Park. ‘Yoho’ comes from the Cree word for awe and wonder and as soon as you start hiking through this national park, you’ll soon see how it got its name. The scenery will continue to fill you with complete awe as you walk to Takakkaw Falls, cascading from the mountains to the valley below, lay your eyes on the incredible Emerald Lake with its glacial hues and forest backdrop. Your group leaser will guide you on the Wapta Falls & Emerald Loop Trail to explore the best of Yoho. If you’re feeling adventurous, embrace your wild side with some optional white water rafting down the aptly named Kicking Horse River, which offers some of the best rapids in the world – not to mention the coldest!

Accommodation: Camping included

Day 9-10: Lake Louise – Banff National Park

A nickname like the ‘Gem of the Rockies’ has a lot to live up to, but that’s easy for Lake Louise. The imposing chateau looks on as mountains cluster around turquoise waters that you literally have to be seen in order to believe it! Once you’ve closed your mouth and rubbed your eyes, after staring at the incredible scenery that surrounds you, walk the beautiful lakeshore trail, hike out to the Plain of Six Glaciers tea house, or maybe rent a canoe and soak up the scenery by paddle power and explore the lake at your leisure.

Boot up and breathe in the crisp alpine air with the resident Marmots, bears, porcupines and elk. Whether you explore Banff National Park from the road or on the trails, you’ll be left speechless by its endless beauty. With 1600 km of trails, a town full of heritage and some incredible wildlife, you won’t want to leave this mountain wonderland. One of the more popular trails in the park is the Sundance Canyon Trail, a laid-back walk past rolling hills and flowing streams and through narrow canyons. You may choose to ride the gondola to the peak of Sulphur Mountain, or for something really special, take a scenic glacier flight. End your active day with a recharge in Banff’s heavenly hot springs.

Accommodation: Camping included

Day 11: Banff National Park to Calgary

After a free morning in Banff, make your way to ‘Cowtown’ or Calgary! This one-time Mountie outpost is a unique city with the epic Rocky Mountain Range as its backdrop, so stay on after your Canada tour if you want to check out the western saloons and rodeo.

This tour ends at our gateway hotel at approximately 17:00 hrs. We can book you post-tour accommodation at our gateway hotel if required. If you are planning to fly tonight, please do not book a flight that departs before 21:00 hrs.

Accommodation: None included. Tour ends at 17:00 hrs

Optional Activities during your tour:

There are loads of exciting optional activities available for you to choose from during your trip giving you the flexibility to do the things you want to and leave out the things you don’t. A list of optional activities and approximate costs are shown at the end of each day by day itinerary descriptions above.

Your tour leader will arrange your chosen activities during the tour so no need to pre-book. You’ll also pay for these locally so ensure you budget for the bucket list items!

As local weather conditions and seasonality can change not all optional activities may be available on your trip and prices can be subject to change.


During the trip we will be camping in a range of well equipped camp sites, all the equipment you need is included (except sleeping bags). Tents are shared with one other person of the same sex.

Canada Mountie Adventure  Frequently Asked Questions

Luckily for most, especially people from the UK and European countries, all you need is a valid passport and you will be permitted to enter Canada for a period of six months! People from some countries may need to apply for a Visitors Visa in advance.
Check the following link to to see whether or not it is necessary for you.  Canada visa information
If you are not covered by Canada´s health care system, you will need travel medical insurance (this is mandatory).  You may also wish to purchase trip cancellation insurance in case of sickness or injury, which prevents you from completing the trip (optional).

Duration Option Price  
11 (Days)June/July/Aug/Sept 2018 FromGBP 1399Book Now


  • Sightseeing in Vancouver
  • Provincial & National Parks – Yoho, Banff/Lake Louise, Jasper and Wells Gray, Whistler
  • Services of a tour leader
  • All transportation by private adventure vehicle
  • 10 nights – All accommodation, camping & equipment (except sleeping bag)


  • CA$15 a day for the food kitty
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Spending money
  • flights
  • travel insurance
  • accommodation pre and post trip
  • sleeping bag

Optional Extras

(paid locally)

There are loads of exciting optional activities for you to choose from during your trip giving you the flexibility to do the things you want to and leave out the things you don’t. Below are the main optional activities for this trip, these can be arranged once you are on tour via your Tour Leader and are paid for locally.


  • Mountain biking in Jasper US$8-$75
  • Aerial gondola/tramway in Banff US$35
  • Extreme zipline course in Whistler US$110-$130
  • Whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River US$85-$130
  • Scenic glacier flight, Banff US$265
  • Canoeing on Lake Louise US$45 per hour
  • Horseback riding in Wells Gray US$55



Start dates 2019

JUL 01 – JUL 12
JUL 08 – JUL 18
JUL 15 – JUL 25
JUL 22 – AUG 01
JUL 29 – AUG 08

AUG 05 – AUG 15
AUG 12 – AUG 22
AUG 19 – AUG 29
AUG 26 – SEP 05

SEP 02 – SEP 12
SEP 09 – SEP 19

2020 Start Dates

JUNE 2020

JUN 02 – JUN 12
JUN 15 – JUN 25
JUN 20 – JUN 30
JUN 29 – JUL 10

JULY 2020

JUL 04 – JUL 14
JUL 11 – JUL 21
JUL 17 – JUL 27
JUL 24 – AUG 03
JUL 30 – AUG 09


AUG 06 – AUG 16
AUG 12 – AUG 22
AUG 19 – AUG 29
AUG 25 – SEP 04


SEP 01 – SEP 11
SEP 07 – SEP 17

“Wow, what an adventure. I’ve never been on anything like this- was fully like going back to nature. Amazing trip, would highly recommend to anyone who loves the outdoors and fancies something new” See more reviews here.”
Jess Simmons


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