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This three-week pre-planned motorhome adventure journeys through both the Canadian and American Rockies and takes in some of the most magnificent parks and scenery in North America.
Discover Waterton Lakes National Park with its diverse landscapes and cruise along the famous Going-to-the-Sun-Road in stunning Glacier National Park. You'll gaze in wonder at the vibrant colours of Grand Prismatic Hot Springs and the fierce, spouting Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park. The majestic mountain scenery of Grand Teton National Park is an interesting contrast to the eerie volcanic scenery you'll encounter in Crater of the Moons National Park.
Journey into the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta and explore Banff and Jasper National Parks with their winding mountain passes, turquoise lakes, hanging glaciers, alpine meadows and abundant wildlife. Top this off with a journey along one of the world's most scenic drives - The Icefields Parkway and you've got yourself a motorhome adventure that's hard to beat.
Sought-after campsites in key areas are busy in this part of North America during the short camping season. With that in mind, we'll hand-pick and pre-book the campgrounds for each night of your adventure. Prior to departure, you'll receive a comprehensive road book with day-by-day highlights, routes and maps to guide you along the way.
Distance: 167 miles
It's time to hit the hit the road! Transfer to the motorhome depot for an orientation session and vehicle pick-up. Heading south, you'll travel through rolling prairie hills and cattle country before stopping for your first overnight in Waterton Lakes National Park on the Canadian/USA border.
Consider a stop en route in Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump UNESCO World Heritage Site. This archaeological site, known around the world, preserves the remarkable history of the Plains People through the millennia.
Waterton is characterised by the meeting of the Rocky Mountain peaks with the low-land prairies, Drive to Redrock Canyon and hike the Blakiston Falls. Keep an eye out for grizzly bears as you take the winding 10 mile Akamina Parkway to beautiful Cameron Lake.
Distance: 98 miles
Today you'll cross the border into the USA and make your way to Montana and a park considered the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park. Experience glaciers, towering mountains, reflective lakes, abundant wildlife, and of course, both the Continental Divide and the famous 50-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Distance: 155 milesMighty Yellowstone Park offers the world's largest concentration of thermal features such as geysers and hot springs and an endless variety of wildlife. It's America's first national park and the largest in the lower 48 states. This World Heritage and Biosphere Reserve Site has to be seen to be fully appreciated. You'll have time here to drive the scenic Upper and Lower Loops where you'll encounter Mammoth Hot Springs, Tower and Upper Falls, as well as the Old Faithful Geyser and stunning Lake Yellowstone.
Distance: 93 miles
It's a short drive south today to Grand Teton National Park. The spectacular Tetons are a geologically young nine-million-year-old mountain range. The classic triangular peaks, which stretch for fifty miles between Yellowstone and Jackson, are every bit as dramatic as those of Yellowstone. A string of lakes are set at the foot of the mountains; beyond them lies the broad, sage bush covered Jackson Hole, broken by the winding Snake River. No road crosses the Tetons, but routes along the eastern flanks offer stunning views at every turn.
Whilst in this region hop on a boat ride across Jenny Lake to see Hidden Falls, one of the park's greatest treasures, or take a gentle cruise on Jackson Lake.
Distance: 158 miles
Prepare for a day of contrasts as you leave behind the verdant mountains and journey to the lunar landscape of Craters of the Moon. Formed during eight major eruptive periods around 2,000 years ago, this area covers an astonishing 617 square miles. Enjoy the view along the scenic 7 mile loop drive, or amble along one of the lava trails.
Distance: 280 miles
Jump on Highway 93 north today, a spectacular drive through the heart of Idaho and into Big Sky Country's sweeping Bitterroot National Forest. Be sure to stop in the delightful, teeny towns of Salmon, Darby and Hamilton, where you'll find a friendly welcome and quirky stores and diners.
Your overnight is in Missoula, known as the 'Garden City', its nestled in the heart of the northern Rockies where five valleys converge.
Distance: 323 miles
Continue on Montana's wide open road with endless blue skies into the Canadian province of British Columbia. Your overnight is in the historic mountain town of Nelson, a small city with a big personality nestled in the Selkirk Mountains. The mining history of Nelson is brought to life in Touchstones Museum of Art & History. Enjoy Lakeside Park where you can ride on Streetcar #23 along the edge of the lake, or hire bicycles and meander the shoreline all the way to West Arm Bridge.
Distance: 156 miles
As you travel through the beauty of British Columbia’s interior, you'll pass farms, orchards and vineyards Be sure to stock up on freshly-picked produce, honey and local wine.
Follow the Upper Arrow Lake all the way to Galena and take the free ferry to Shelter Bay before arriving in the alpine town of Revelstoke. Consider a drive to the summit of Mount Revelstoke for spectacular views over the Rockies.
Distance: 171 miles
Journey through British Columbia's warm desert region, the Thompson Okanagan Valley. Travel via Shuswap Lakes and the bustling town of Kamloops, to Wells Gray Park. This spectacular, pure wilderness region is home to 39 waterfalls. The most famous, Helmcken Falls, plunges 140 metres down into a mist-filled gorge.
Distance: 198 miles
Adventure through the Thompson River Valley with marvellous views of the Cariboo Mountains. Follow the historic old trade route, the Yellowhead Highway, to Mount Robson Provincial Park, named after the highest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Be sure to watch out for wildlife by the roadside as you journey along.
With a full day to explore Jasper National Park, make sure you take a cruise on the azure-blue waters of Maligne Lake to Spirit Island, one of the most photographed locations in Canada. Check out the Cavell area with fragrant subalpine forests, flowery alpine meadows and spectacular views of Mt. Edith Cavell and Angel Glacier. If time allows, take a relaxing dip in the historic Miette Hot Springs.
Distance: 180 miles
Prepare yourself today for one of the world's most incredible drives - The Icefield Parkway. It's possible to drive it in three hours, but it would be a crime to do so. Take it slowly and savour every moment! Along the way you'll encounter views of crystal blue lakes, glistening glaciers and thundering waterfalls. Take time out of your drive to do a Columbia Icefields tour by tundra buggy, or enjoy the views through the glass floor of impressive Glacier Skywalk rising over 900 feet from the valley floor. Stop for a picnic by the famous, deep- blue Peyto Lake and marvel at the glacial beauty of Lake Louise.
With a full day to explore Canada's first national park, why not hop on the gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain, relax by the shores of Lake Minnewanka or visit Johnston Canyon.
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