Canadian Rockies & Glacier Park Tour

Canadian Rockies & Glacier Tour 2022

  • Multiple Locations
Multiple Price Structures

Trip setup by Blue Lakes Charters & Tours on a Luxurios Blue Lakes Charters MotorCoach

Enjoy Guided Touring across the Nations Most Wonderful Park Scenery

CALL STEVE KONEWKO @ 1-734-679-7876 RESERVATIONS

Pricing / Info

Trip Departs June 18th - 29th, 2022

Price per Person:

  • $3,995.00 pp Double Occupancy
  • $5,195.00 pp Single Occupancy
  • $3,395.00 pp Triple Occupancy

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Your Itinerary

Tour Includes :
• 11-night accommodations
• Services of a professional Western Leisure tour director
• 11-Breakfasts, 2-Lunches, 7-dinners
• Entrance fees to attractions, National Parks and Monument as mentioned in itinerary
• Tips for included meals
• Luggage handling (1 suitcase per person)
• Gratuities for tour director and local guides
• Transportation by motorcoach
Not Included
• Meals (other than mentioned in the itinerary)
• Items of a personal nature (i.e., room service, telephone, liquor, etc.)
• Customary gratuities for Blue Lakes driver & Guide

June 18th, 2022

Day 1 Michigan to St Paul
Depart Michigan making a few pickups along the way. You are travelling today skirting Lake Michigan on the way into Minnesota and an overnight stay in the twin cities. Tonight, join the group for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. (641 miles)
Residence Inn by Marriott *or similar, St Paul, MN, WI (D)

June 19th, 2022

Day 2 - St Paul to Winnipeg
This morning meet your Western Leisure tour director from your hotel. Next enter North Dakota with a stop in Fargo for lunch on own. After crossing the border, travel through the province of Manitoba to your destination for the night, Winnipeg. This evening you are free to explore this dynamic metropolitan city. One of the city’s jewels, The Assiniboine Riverwalk, winds along the riverbanks from underneath Esplanade Riel all the way to the foot of the Manitoba Legislature. Featuring interpretive plaques concerning area history, the walk showcases a distinctive river’s eye view of central Winnipeg. (475 miles)
Best Western Plus Pembina Inn & Suites *or similar, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN (B)

June 20th, 2022

Day 3 - Winnipeg to Moose Jaw
Travel west on the Trans-Canada Highway and enter the Province of Saskatchewan with rest stops along the way. Upon arrival in Regina, stop at the RCMP Heritage Center. Using state of the art exhibits, multimedia technologies and engaging programming the Centre tells the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police including the Force's role in the development of Canada, the role of the RCMP in policing over 200 communities across Canada, the challenges of serving as Canada's Federal Police Force, and the role the RCMP plays internationally. After a tour of this incredible facility, travel a bit further west to Moose Jaw for Overnight. Check into the hotel and join the group for an included dinner. (406mls)
Best Western Plus Moose Jaw *or similar, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CAN (B, D)

June 21st, 2022

Day 4 - Moose Jaw to Calgary
Continue your westward journey with a rest stop in Swift Current. Continue west with a stop in Medicine Hat for lunch on own and touring of the Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic District. In the early 1900s, Medicine Hat’s clay factories distributed stoneware and pottery as far away as Australia. Today, the iconic 1912 Medalta Potteries factory is a National Historic Site, gift shop and museum, providing opportunities for visitors to learn about turn of the century industrial life. Explore the museum at your own pace and meet costumed interpreters along the way. Continue west to Calgary, join the group for dinner at a local restaurant. (428 miles)
Residence Inn *or similar, Calgary, Alberta, CAN (B, D)

June 22nd, 2022

Day 5 - Lake Louise to Banff
This morning we continue our sightseeing with a short to Lake Louise, a stunning blue-green jewel, its snow-fed waters encircled by surrounding peaks. You'll enjoy lunch in the Chateau Lake Louise dining room, which offers a spectacular view of the lake and Victoria Glacier. There will be time for you to stroll the grounds of the hotel before departing to the Valley of the Ten Peaks. The storybook village of Banff is your next stop, and the beginning of your thrilling ascent of Banff's Sulpher Mountain via gondola. The view from the 7500-foot summit will be incredible: you will see charming Banff below as mountains panoramas spread out around you in all directions. (160 miles)
Holiday Inn Canmore *or similar, Canmore, Alberta, CAN (B, L)

June 23rd, 2022

Day 6 - Icefields Parkway
The Banff-Jasper Highway is the most spectacular in the entire Canadian National Parks system. Its entire length features snow-domed peaks, waterfalls, and lakes. See an abundance of wildlife, as well as part of the Athabasca Glacier, which spawns a host of rivers that ultimately form the water system for a quarter of North America. Stop at the Columbia Icefields in Jasper National Park for today's biggest thrill, a ride on a specially constructed glacier vehicle over the surface of the mighty icefields. You will see crevasses and seracs, and you will learn that glaciers are moving rivers of ice, thousands of years old. After this incredible journey, return to Banff for the last of your two nights stay. (235 miles)
Holiday Inn Canmore *or similar, Canmore, Alberta, CAN (B, L)

June 24th, 2022

Day 7 - Banff to Kalispell
This morning, you will follow the route of the early explorers. As you pass through Vermillion Pass, you enter Kootenai National Park, one of the many national parks in the Canadian Rockies system. You may see Big Horn Sheep roaming in this area and encounter breathtaking scenery through Sinclair Canyon. Soon, you will reenter the United States in Montana and travel through the Kootenai Valley towards Glacier National Park. Tonight, your accommodations will be in Kalispell, Montana, just outside of the park. (300 miles)
Red Lion Hotel *or similar, Kalispell, MT (B, D)

June 25th, 2022

Day 8 - Glacier National Park
Sightsee Glacier National Park via the world famous "Going to the Sun Highway," amid magnificent snowcapped peaks, gleaming lakes, and the virgin forests of the McDonald Valley. Vintage Red Jammer touring cars take you on this 52-mile drive that crests the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and is famous for its majestic mountains and deep valley floors. We’ll stop for lunch on own before we board your coach and skirt the southern border of the park on your way to Great Falls for overnight. Lewis & Clark’s Corps of Discovery came upon a series of five waterfalls instead of the one “great falls” about which they had been told. Join the group for dinner at a local restaurant. (291 miles)
Crystal Inn *or similar, Great Falls, MT (B, D)

June 26th, 2022

Day 9 - Big Horn Battlefield to Gillette
This morning departs Great Falls and travel through the "Big Sky Country" of Montana with a rest stop along the way. Arrive in Billings with a stop for lunch on your own. Next enjoy touring of Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument. This monument memorializes one of the last armed efforts of the Northern Plain Indians to preserve their ancestral way of life. Here in the valley of the Little Bighorn River on June 25 & 26, 1876, more than 260 U.S. Army soldiers and attached personnel met defeat and death at the hands of several thousand Lakota and Cheyenne warriors. Then continue along the western slope of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming on your way to Gillette for overnight. Dinner on own this evening. (455 miles)
Hampton Inn *or similar, Gillette, WY (B)

June 27th, 2022

Day 10 - 1880 Train - Badlands - Oacama, SD
Depart Gillette and continue your journey eastward as you enter the Black Hills of South Dakota on your way to relax and enjoy the scenery as we board the 1880 Train. Passengers view vistas of Harney Peak, mining encampments and participate in good old-fashioned fun. Trains follow the original route of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad laid down in the late 1880s to service the mines and mills between Hill City and Keystone through the Black Hills National Forest. After this thrilling train ride you will have plenty of time to walk around, photograph, explore this quaint western town and have lunch on your own. As you depart the Black Hills, say goodbye to your Western Leisure tour director as you drop them in Rapid City and continue east to Badlands National Park (fee to be paid on the spot by Blue Lakes tour escort) where fantasy shapes and colors provide a surreal experience in this unusual park. The remainder of the afternoon will be travel across the plains to Oacama for dinner at a local restaurant and overnight. (385 miles)
Arrowwood Resort *or similar, Oacama, SD (B, D)

June 28th, 2022

Day 11 - Oacama to Wisconsin Dells
It will be a day of travel as you continue eastward across South Dakota and Minnesota with rest stops along the way. In the afternoon, enter Wisconsin and arrive in Wisconsin Dells for overnight. Tonight, join the group for a farewell dinner. (520 miles)
Holiday Inn Express *or similar, Wisconsin Dells, WI (B, D)

June 29th, 2022

Day 12 - Home!
After a hearty breakfast, your group begins its journey home. Relax as you travel, taking this chance to think back on the marvelous scenery and wonderful friendships you have discovered in the past few days. What an unforgettable vacation you've had in the West! (442 miles) (B)