Calgary, Banff, Jasper Sightseeing Tours

This Page is being UPDATED:

Home Page

Google Translator

These van tours will operate year-round with at least two or more passengers. Payment is due the day before the service by credit card or the day of the service by cash. If you are a single traveller email "Jim" for space availability on your preferred travel date. Departure is in front of the Calgary Tower. Downtown, airport area and University hotels pickups are available at an additional cost. "Click-on" the tour for full details.

Attraction Pricing when not included with a tour

Groups: Year-Round "Click-here"!

Sightseeing Tours Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise & Jasper

Seasonal Motorcoach Tours

Hotel Pickup & Drops:

Motorcoach Tours Hotel Pickups/Drops:

Calgary

Calgary Marriott Hotel, Delta Bow Valley Hotel, Fairmont Palliser Hotel, International Hotel, Sandman Calgary Centre, Westin Calgary

Canmore

Coast Hotel Canmore

Lake Louise

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Deer Lodge, Post Hotel, Lake Louise Inn, Hostel International, Lake Louise Alpine Centre, Samson Mall

Jasper

Astoria Hotel, Best Western Jasper Inn, Chateau Jasper, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Greyhound/Train Station, Lobstick Hotel, Maligne Lodge, Marmot Lodge, Mount Robson Inn, Sawridge Inn, The Chrimson, Tonquin Inn, Whistler's Inn

Banff

Most hotels (29) in the Banff townsite & Brewster's Transportation Centre..

Explore Banff with Banff Gondola

(01 May 2017 - 21 Oct 2017)

Departs Daily from Calgary, Canmore, Banff
Tour Includes:
* Admission to the Banff Gondola & 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST)
* Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
* Fantastic photo opportunities


Highlights Include:

  • Banff Gondola
     - Originally built between September 1958 and July 1959, the Banff Gondola was one man's vision to bring more visitors to the summit of Sulphur Mountain. Enjoy a comfortable 8-minute ride inside our fully-enclosed gondolas while you are whisked from 1,583 metres (5,194 ft.) to a breathtaking 2,281 metres (7,486 ft.) above sea level for fantastic 360 degree views of the Banff townsite and surrounding valley and mountains.

  • Bow Falls -One of the most popular tourist viewpoints in Banff, this waterfall was featured in the 1953 Marilyn Monroe movie, River of No Return.

  • The Hoodoos - These unique structures are shaped by the erosion of alternating patterns of hard and softer rock layers. Although most hoodoos are found in the desert where it is relatively hot and dry, they can also be formed by frost erosion in places such as the Canadian Rockies.
  • Notes:
    • Warm layers are strongly recommended for the Banff Gondola.
    • Temperatures at the top of the gondola can be a few degrees cooler than at the bottom.
    • Don't forget to bring your camera!
  • Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!
  • Top | Home Page

Banff Gondola & Banff Lake Cruise

(01 June 2017 - 07 Oct 2017)

Departs Daily from Calgary, Canmore, Banff
Tour Includes and:
* Admission to the Banff Gondola, Banff's Lake Minnewanka Cruise and 5% Good and Service Tax (GST).
* Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
* Fantastic photo opportunities

Highlights Include:

  • Banff Gondola - Originally built between September 1958 and July 1959, the Banff Gondola was one man's vision to bring more visitors to the summit of Sulphur Mountain. Enjoy a comfortable 8-minute ride inside our fully-enclosed gondolas while you are whisked from 1,583 metres (5,194 ft.) to a breathtaking 2,281 metres (7,486 ft.) above sea level for fantastic 360 degree views of the Banff townsite and surrounding valley and mountains.

  • Bow Falls - One of the most popular tourist viewpoints in Banff, this waterfall was featured in the 1953 Marilyn Monroe movie, River of No Return.

  • The Hoodoos - These unique structures are shaped by the erosion of alternating patterns of hard and softer rock layers. Although most hoodoos are found in the desert where it is relatively hot and dry, they can also be formed by frost erosion in places such as the Canadian Rockies.

  • Lake Minnewanka - Enjoy a 1 hour, fully interpreted cruise on Banff National Park's longest lake. You will learn about the First Nations people who were in the area as early as 10,000 years ago, as well as the history of the Lake since Europeans first discovered it. The lake is a popular destination for scuba divers who are able to explore the submerged remains of the village of Minnewanka Landing, which was swallowed by the lake when it was dammed in 1912 and again in 1941.

Notes:

  • Warm layers are strongly recommended for the Banff Gondola.
  • Temperatures at the top of the gondola can be a few degrees cooler than at the bottom
  • Warm layers are strongly recommended for the Banff Lake Cruise.
  • Occasional winds off the lake can be chilly without a wind breaking layer or long sleeves.
  • Don't forget to bring your camera!

Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!

Top | Home Page

 

2017
Departure
Banff TourRates
Gondola
/ & Cruise
With Gondola
With Gondola
Gondola & Cruise
Gondola & Cruise
Start
Time
End
Duration hrs
Adult
Child (6-15)
Adult
Child (6-15 )
Calgary 06:15 Calgary 9:30 / 11:15 $213.15 $106.05 $252.00 $126.00
Calgary 06:15 Banff 6:45 / 8:25 $169.05 $84.00 $207.90 $103.95
Calgary 06:15 Canmore 8:30 / 10:00 $169.05 $84.00 $207.90 $103.95
Calgary 06:15 Lake Louise 8:45 / 10:00 $169.05 $84.00 $207.90 $103.95
      Duration hrs        
Canmore 07:30 Canmore 6:45 / 8:45 $124.95 $61.95 $163.80 $81.90
Canmore 7:30 Calgary 8:15 / 10:00 $169.05 $84.00 $207.90 $103.95
Canmore 07:30 Banff 5:30 / 7:00 $124.95 $61.95 $163.80 $81.90
Canmore 07:30 Lake Louise 7:30 / 8:45 $124.95 $61.95 $163.80 $81.90
      Duration hrs        
Banff 08:30 Banff 4:30 / 6:00 $124.95 $61.95 $163.80 $81.90
Banff 08:30 Calgary 7:15 / 9:00 $169.05 $84.00 $207.90 $103.95
Banff 08:30 Canmore 5:45 / 7:45 $124.95 $61.95 $156.45 $78.75
Banff 08:30 Lake Louise 6:30 / 7:45 $124.95 $61.95 $156.45 $78.75

Mountain Lakes & Waterfalls

(01 May 2017- 18 Oct 2017)
Departs Daily from Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise

Tour Includes:
* Delicious BBQ lunch at Emerald Lake Lodge & 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST)
* Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
* Fantastic photo opportunities

Highlights Include:
  • Lake Louise - Known as the "Jewel of the Canadian Rockies", world-renowned Lake Louise is a premier example of the beauty the Canadian Rockies have to offer. You can enjoy a leisurely walk around the lake or even explore the world-famous Chateau.

  • Emerald Lake - Emerald lake was discovered in 1882 and is located in the heart of Yoho National Park and accessible year round. The turquoise waters offer superb photo opportunities and is popular with ourdoor activity enthusiasts. You can enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch at Emerald Lake Lodge.

  • Moraine Lake - The view of Moraine Lake from the top of its Rockpile Trail is one of the most photographed locations in all of Canada, featuring the impressive mountains that make up the Valley of the Ten Peaks in the background. This view is commonly known as the "Twenty Dollar View" and appeared on the 1969 and 1979 issues of the Canadian $20 bill.

  • Takakkaw Falls - This waterfall is the second-highest in Western Canada and the third highest in the country. Powerful and imposing, this waterfall's name, Takakkaw, is loosely translated from the First Nations Cree language as "it is magnificent".

Ages:
Child: 6 to 15 years. Complimentary for children under 6.
Adult: 16 years and up

Notes:
* In the case that the road to Takakkaw Falls is closed (usually open June to September) and Moraine Lake seasonal road closures, an alternate stop at Marble Canyon or the Natural Rock Bridge will be used. 
* Don't forget to bring your camera!

Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!

Top | Home Page
2017 Departure
Mountain Lakes Rates
2017 2017 2017
Start Time End Duration Adult Child (6-15)
Calgary 06:15 Calgary 14:30 $242.55 $120.75
Calgary 06:15 Banff 12:30 $198.45 $98.70
Calgary 06:15 Canmore 13:45 $198.45 $98.70
Calgary 06:15 Lake Louise 10:45 $198.45 $98.70
           
Canmore 07:30 Canmore 12:30 $154.35 $76.65
Canmore 07:30 Banff 10:30 $154.35 $76.65
Canmore 07:30 Calgary 13:30 $198.45 $98.70
Canmore 07:30 Lake Louise 10:45 $154.35 $76.65
           
Banff 08:30 Banff 9:30 $154.35 $76.65
Banff 08:30 Calgary 12:30 $198.45 $98.70
Banff 08:30 Canmore 11:30 $154.35 $76.65
Banff 08:30 Lake Louise 8:30 $154.35 $76.65
           
Lake Louise 10:30 Banff 7:45 $154.35 $76.65
Lake Louise 10:30 Calgary 10:45 $198.45 $98.70
Lake Louise 10:30 Canmore 9:45 $154.35 $76.65
Lake Louise 10:30 Lake Louise 6:45 $154.35 $76.65

Columbia Icefield Tour

(01 May 2017 - 16 Oct 2017)

Departs Daily from Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise

Tour Includes:
* Access to the Rockies' newest attraction, the Glacier Skywalk
* A once-in-a-lifetime ride onto the Athabasca Glacier
* Delicious lunch at the Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre
* Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
* Fantastic photo opportunities

Highlights Include:

  • Lake Louise - Known as the "Jewel of the Canadian Rockies", world-renowned Lake Louise is a premier example of the beauty the Canadian Rockies have to offer.

  • Bow Lake - Sitting at an elevation of 1920 metres (6300 ft.), this stunning alpine lake is the beginning of the Bow River. Grab a snack at the historic Num-Ti-Jah Lodge or snap some unbelievable pictures of Bow Glacier, nestled in the mountains behind Bow Lake.

  • Peyto Lake - Named for the legendary Banff pioneer and mountain guide, Bill Peyto, this lake is best known for its distinctly beautiful bright turquoise colour.

  • Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure - Take a once-in-a-lifetime ride out onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier in one of our specially-built all-terrain Ice Explorers. As the most easily accessible glacier flowing from the massive Columbia Icefield, the Athabasca Glacier has become the most visited glacier in North America.

  • Glacier Skywalk - Enjoy a birds-eye view of the Sunwapta Valley from the Rockies' most exciting new attraction. Opening in May 2014, the Glacier Skywalk includes an interpretive cliff-edge walkway that leads to a breathtaking glass-floored observation platform suspended 280 metres (918 ft.) above the Sunwapta Valley floor. Flat. Out. Awesome!

Ages:
Child: 6 to 15 years. Complimentary for children under 6.
Adult: 16 years and up

Notes:
* Warm layers are strongly recommended for the Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure. Temperatures on the glacier can be significantly cooler than those experienced during the tour or at the Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre.
* Sunglasses are also strongly recommended for the Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure as the sun's reflection off the snow and ice can be quite bright.
* Don't forget your reusable water bottle if you'd like to bring back a taste of glacial meltwater!
* Don't forget to bring your camera!

Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!

Top | Home Page

 

2017 Departure Columbia Icefield Tour 2017 2017 2017
Start Time End Duration Adult Child (6-15)
Calgary 06:15 Calgary 14.30 $338.10 $171.15
Calgary 06:15 Banff 12.30 $294.00 $149.10
Calgary 06:15 Canmore 13.45 $294.00 $149.10
Calgary 06:15 Jasper 12:00 $291.90 $149.10
Calgary 06:15 Lake Louise 11.30 $294.00 $149.10
           
Canmore 07:30 Canmore 12.30 $291.90 $149.10
Canmore 07:30 Banff 11.15 $291.90 $149.10
Canmore 07:30 Jasper 10.45 $245.70 $127.05
Canmore 07:30 Calgary 13.15 $294.00 $149.10
Canmore 07:30 Lake Louise 10.30 $291.90 $149.10
           
Banff 08:30 Banff 10.15 $249.90 $127.05
Banff 08:30 Calgary 12.15 $294.00 $149.10
Banff 08:30 Canmore 11.30 $249.90 $127.05
Banff 08:30 Jasper 9:45 $245.70 $127.05
Banff 08:30 Lake Louise 9.15 $249.90 $127.05
           
Jasper 08:30 Lake Louise 8.15 $236.20 $118.60
Jasper 08:30 Banff 9.45 $236.20 $118.60
Jasper 08:30 Canmore 10.45

$236.20

$118.60

Jasper 08:30 Calgary 12 $278.20 $139.60

Top | Home Page

  • Rockies Discovery and Glacier Adventure

    From Calgary Includes Columbia Icefields (Ends Jasper)

    01 May 2017 - 14 Oct. 2017
      • One Way Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise TO Jasper
      • From Calgary: Daily $291.90 Adult / $149.10 Child (6-15)
      • From Canmore, Banff or Lake Louise: Daily $245.70 Adult / $127.05 Child (6-15)
      • 01 May 2017 - 14 Oct 2017
      • Duration: from Calgary 12 hours, Canmore 10:45 hours, Banff, 9.45 hours, Lake Louise 8.15 hrs
      • INCLUDES:
        • Sightseeing tour from Calgary, Canmore, Banff or Lake Louise TO Jasper
        • The 5% Goods/Service Tax.
        • Ice Explorer Excursion on the Athabasca Glacier.
        • Columbia Icefield's " Glacier Skywalk"
        • Lunch at the Columbia Icefield Centre
      • From Calgary travel through the rolling foothills of Alberta to the Rocky Mountains and onto the famous Icefields Parkway - the most spectacular journey in the world. A photographers dream excursion, we stop at all the major viewpoints along the way. Join us as we visit Lake Louise, the icon of the Canadian Rockies where the stunning emerald green waters flow from the Victoria Glacier. Learn about the Crowfoot Glacier and view the magnificent Peyto Lake. During a visit to the Columbia Icefield Centre enjoy the Glacier Gallery, restaurants, giftshop and a guided Ice Explorer Excursion onto the ancient ice of the Athabasca Glacier. Continue your excursion with a stop at Athabasca Falls and then its on to the quaint resort town of Jasper.
      • Calgary Pickup Locations: Calgary Marriott Hotel, Delta Bow Valley Hotel, Fairmont Palliser Hotel, International Hotel, Ramada Hotel Downtown, Sandman Calgary Centre, Westin Calgary
      • Jasper Drop Locations: Astoria Hotel, Best Western Jasper Inn, Chateau Jasper, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Greyhound/Train Station, Lobstick Hotel, Maligne Lodge, Marmot Lodge, Mount Robson Inn, Sawridge Inn, The Chrimson, Tonquin Inn, Whistler's Inn
      • Terms/Conditions: Full payment is due at the time of booking by credit card. Full refund is given if your reservation is cancelled 24 hours or more prior to the service directly with the bus company. Within 24 hours the tickets are non refundable. Your ticket/receipt/confirmation information will be emailed to you and should be taken on your journey.
      • To book:
      • Click-Here to email us with your phone number, departure date, pickup location and the Jasper drop location. We will phone you (world-wide)!
      • Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!
      • Top | Home Page
      Departing
      Departure Time
      Ending
      Duration
      Adult
      Child
      To Book
      Calgary 6:15 Jasper 12 hours $291.90 $149.10 Email Us!
      Banff 08:30 Jasper 9.45 hours $245.70 $127.05 Email Us!
      Lake Louise 08:30 Jasper 8.15 hours $245.70 $127.05 Email Us!
      Canmore
      08:30
      Jasper
      10.45 hours
      $245.70 $127.05

      Top | Home Page

    Rockies Discovery and Glacier Adventure

    From Jasper Includes Columbia Icefields (Ends Calgary)

    03 May 2017 - 16 Oct. 2017
    • One Way Jasper TO Calgary, Lake Louise, Canmore or Banff
    • INCLUDES:
      • Sightseeing tour from Jasper to Calgary
      • The 5% Goods/Service Tax.
      • Ice Explorer Excursion on the Athabasca Glacier.
      • Columbia Icefield's " Glacier Skywalk"
      • Lunch at the Columbia Icefield Centre
    • Built in 1940, the famous Icefields Parkway links Jasper and Banff National Parks along one of Canada's highest mountain roadways. Climbing from the low valleys to nearly treeline, experience three life zones, the montane, the subalpine and the alpine. Along the way the bus stops at major viewpoints of Athabasca Falls, Columbia Icefield, Crowfoot Glacier, and Peyto Lake.
    • Upon arrival at the Columbia Icefield Discovery Centre, the Glacier Adventure awaits - board an Ice Explorer for an interpretive adventure onto the Athabasca Glacier. Time is provided for lunch (included) before continuing to Banff National Park. On your way to Calgary, experience the breathtaking waters of Lake Louise and the dominate Victoria Glacier. A stop in Banff provides time to dine and explore this historic mountain town before departing for Calgary at 19:00. Arrival in Calgary is around 21:00.
    • Jasper Pickup Locations: Astoria Hotel, Best Western Jasper Inn, Chateau Jasper, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Greyhound/Train Station, Lobstick Hotel, Maligne Lodge, Marmot Lodge, Mount Robson Inn, Sawridge Inn, The Chrimson, Tonquin Inn, Whistler's Inn
    • Calgary Drop Locations: Calgary Marriott Hotel, Delta Bow Valley Hotel, Fairmont Palliser Hotel, International Hotel, Ramada Hotel Downtown, Sandman Calgary Centre, Westin Calgary and the Calgary Airport.
    • Terms/Conditions: Full payment is due at the time of booking by credit card. Full refund is given if your reservation is cancelled 24 hours or more prior to the service directly with the bus company. Within 24 hours the tickets are non refundable.
    • Your ticket/receipt/confirmation information will be emailed to you and should be taken on your journey.
    • To book:
    • Click-Here to email us with your phone number, departure date, pickup location, and the Calgary drop location. We will phone you (world-wide)!
    • Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!
    • Top | Home Page
    Departing
    Departure Time
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper 08:30 Calgary 12 hours $291.90 $149.10 Email Us!
    Jasper 08:30 Banff 9.45 hours $245.70 $127.05 Email Us!
    Jasper 08:30 Lake Louise 8.15 hours $245.70 $127.05 Email Us!
    Jasper
    08:30
    Canmore
    10.45 hours
    $245.70 $127.05
  • Top | Home Page
  • Explore Jasper - 6 hours

    02 May 2017 - 15 Oct 2017

     

    Departs Daily from Jasper - 8:30 AM
    02 May - 15 Oct 2017
    Tour Includes:
    * * Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
    * Fantastic photo opportunities

    Highlights Include:

    Athabasca Lookout - Offering one of the most stunning panoramas of Alberta's Northern Rockies, this viewpoint sits at 1,585 metres (5,200 ft.) above sea level. From here, enjoy breathtaking views of Solomon Valley, Roche Miette, Brule Lake, and the Athabasca River.

    Maligne Canyon - Made up of primarily of limestone, this canyon has been created by the process of erosion over thousands of years. The pounding waterfalls, swirling river, and glaciation during the last Ice Age have all contributed to the creation of an impressive canyon that can be as narrow as 2 metres (6.6 ft.) and reaches a depth of up to 50 metres (160 ft.).

    Medicine Lake - This lake is considered a geologic anomaly, as it is not actually a lake, but rather an area where the Maligne River becomes restricted and then disappears underground. During the summer, when meltwater levels rise, the river cannot drain underground fast enough and, like a bathtub, the area will fill up to form Medicine Lake. In the winter months, the lake no longer exists and the lake bed becomes a mud flat with a series of scattered pools, connected by a small stream.

    Maligne Lake - This stunning lake is the largest in the Canadian Rockies at 22 kilometres (13.7 miles) long and features Spirit Island, one of the most photographed locations in the world. A symbol of the tranquility and unrivalled beauty Jasper National Park has to offer, the Maligne Lake area is popular with tourists and locals alike. Spirit Island, as well as the two official campsites on the lake, are only accessible by boat.

    This tour does not include the cruise (see below for Jasper Tour and Cruise)

    Ages:
    Child: 6 to 15 years. Complimentary for children under 6.
    Adult: 16 years and up
    Notes:
    ** Don't forget to bring your camera!
    Transportation:
    Transportation is available from most hotels

    To book 'Click-here" Please provide the pickup/drop locations, a date and a phone number which we will use to complete the booking.!!

    Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!

    Top | Home Page

  • Departing
    Departure Time
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper Tour 2017
    08:30
    Jasper
    7
    $66.15
    $33.60
  • Explore Jasper & Maligne Lake - 7 hours

    Departs Daily from Jasper - 8:30 AM
    01 June - 30 Sept 2017
    Tour Includes:

    * Cruise on Maligne Lake, Friendly, knowledgeable driver-guides
    * Fantastic photo opportunities

    Athabasca Lookout - Offering one of the most stunning panoramas of Alberta's Northern Rockies, this viewpoint sits at 1,585 metres (5,200 ft.) above sea level. From here, enjoy breathtaking views of Solomon Valley, Roche Miette, Brule Lake, and the Athabasca River.

    Maligne Canyon - Made up of primarily of limestone, this canyon has been created by the process of erosion over thousands of years. The pounding waterfalls, swirling river, and glaciation during the last Ice Age have all contributed to the creation of an impressive canyon that can be as narrow as 2 metres (6.6 ft.) and reaches a depth of up to 50 metres (160 ft.).

    Medicine Lake - This lake is considered a geologic anomaly, as it is not actually a lake, but rather an area where the Maligne River becomes restricted and then disappears underground. During the summer, when meltwater levels rise, the river cannot drain underground fast enough and, like a bathtub, the area will fill up to form Medicine Lake. In the winter months, the lake no longer exists and the lake bed becomes a mud flat with a series of scattered pools, connected by a small stream.

    Maligne Lake - This stunning lake is the largest in the Canadian Rockies at 22 kilometres (13.7 miles) long and features Spirit Island, one of the most photographed locations in the world. A symbol of the tranquility and unrivalled beauty Jasper National Park has to offer, the Maligne Lake area is popular with tourists and locals alike. Spirit Island, as well as the two official campsites on the lake, are only accessible by boat.

    * Warm layers are strongly recommended for the Maligne Lake Cruise. Occasional winds off the lake can be chilly without a windbreaking layer or long sleeves.
    * Don't

    To book 'Click-here" Please provide the pickup/drop locations, a date and a phone number which we will use to complete the booking.!!Tour Operator: Brewster To book please Email Us!

    Top | Home Page

  • Departing
    Departure Time
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper Tour & Maligne Lake Cruise 2017
    09:00
    Jasper
    6
    $132.30
    $66.15
  • Maligne Canyon Icewalk Tour - Jasper

    Winter 2016

    This a great option for anyone who does not ski or snowboard.

    While in Jasper you may wish to take this popular tour. The "Sundog" Tour Guide will take you to the bottom of Maligne Canyon - the deepest accessible canyon in Jasper National Park - where you will explore frozen waterfalls, ice caves and incredible ice formations. You will learn about Jasper's Maligne Valley, Karst topography and the mystery of the disappearing Medicine Lake.

    The Icewalk Tour covers approximately 3.5 km's (2.1 miles) and is mostly downhill. Participants are required to dress appropriately for the weather.  Transportation is included and pick-ups are available from all Jasper accommodations.  Please indicate your shoe size when booking as warm boots and ice cleats will be provided. 

     As this excursion is weather dependent, please confirm your booking with Sundog Tours of Jasper 24 hours prior to departure.

    Tour Operator: Sundog Tours of Jasper To book please Email Us!

    Top | Home Page

  • Maligne Icewalk Tour Winter 2016          
    Departing
    Departure Time
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper
    10:00, 14:00, 19:00
    Jasper
    3 - 3.5 hours
    $68.25*
    $30.45*
  • Jasper - Mount Robson Train Tour

    Summer OR Winter 2016/2017 (2017 rates to be advised)

    Enjoy the views of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies as you relax on this comfortable train journey.

    Via Rail’s Skeena train will transport you along the shores of the mighty Fraser River and into British Columbia’s Robson Valley. Upon arrival in Dunster B.C. (approximately 3 hours after your departure from Jasper), you will be greeted by your guide with a vehicle ready for your return journey to Jasper.

    On this portion of the tour, you will visit Rearguard Falls, famous for being the easternmost waterfall which the salmon ascend during their journey from the Pacific Ocean to their spawning grounds; and Mount Robson, the tallest mountain in the Canadian Rockies at 3954 metres (12,970 feet). Each stop offers incredible photo opportunities plus a chance to get some fascinating information from your guide about the rich history, geology, and ecology of the region.

    In summer or winter, let SunDog Tours’ Half-Day Train Journey be the highlight of your next trip to Jasper!

    (*Prices includes the 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST)

    Tour Operator: Sundog Tours of Jasper To book please Email Us!

    Top | Home Page

    Jasper Train Tour 2015/1016 Sun, Wed, Fri          
    Departing
    Pickup Times
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper
    12:00 - 12:15
    Jasper
    5 - 6 hours
    $103.95*
    $57.75*

    Wildlife Discovery Tour

    Winter 2016

    This is a Winter Wildlife Discovery Tour with Sundog Tours of Jasper. Their knowledgeable guides are trained to seek out all the park's most iconic creatures, big and small.

    There are lots of animals to see in Jasper! elk, deer, sheep, goats, coyotes, wolves and moose are just a sample of Jasper's wild mountain fauna. Learn all about the ways these animals contribute to the rich diversity of the National Park and how they survive the mountain winters. Sundog guides are well versed in the history, geology and ecology of the area and are happy to answer any questions you may have

    As you travel through the Athabasca Valley the Sundog Guides will show you some of the park’s most beautiful scenery, so have your camera ready to capture some amazing photos of the highlights of your visit. This tour is the perfect way to spend a morning and your best opportunity to see the wildlife of Jasper!

    The Wildlife Discovery Tour is a van tour with minimal walking. Photos are usually taken from the inside the vehicle or on the ground at a safe distance from the animals. Jasper National Park is not a zoo but a wild, protected area. The types of animals seen on the tour depends on the season, the time of day, and the weather.

    Kindly note that the selected route is at the discretion of your guide.

    Tour Operator: Sundog Tours of Jasper. To book please Email Us!

    Top | Home Page

    Wildlife Discovery Tour Winter 2016            
    Departing
    Pickup Times
    Ending
    Duration
    Adult
    Child
    To Book
    Jasper
    9:00
    Jasper
    3 - 3.5 hours
    $68.25*
    $36.75*

    Top | Home Page

    Horseback Vacations!

    Anchor D Guest Ranch" Horseback Vacations! Horseback Vacations in the Canadian Rockies are available just over a hour drive southwest of Calgary at the Anchor D Guest Ranch. Anchor D offers day and multi-day trips. Contact Anchor D!

    Moose Mountain Horseback Adventures! Located in the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 4400' (1350 m), the M & M Ranch lies 13 km south of the picturesque hamlet of Bragg Creek and roughly 60 kilometers southwest of Calgary. The ranch occupies 340 acres of forest and pasture. To the south and west lies Kananaskis Country, stretching to the Continental Divide and the border with British Columbia. Contact Moose Mountain today!

    Calgary Year- Round Van Tours

  • Banff and Lake Louise with optional Gondola Lift

    Daily, year-round except on Christmas Day & New Year's Day

    Enjoy a full day excursion to the Canadian Rockies with a small group with stops in Canmore, Banff and Lake Louise. Travel  thru the foothills country of Alberta with a short coffee break in Canmore before proceeding into Banff National Park to Lake Louise. The tour takes the Bow River Parkway, when open, to Lake Louise with Elk and Mountain Sheep frequently seen along route. After looking over the "Ski Louise" Resort your destination is the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise at the lake itself and Victoria Glacier in the background.

    Time is given for views of Lake Louise before returning to Banff for a stop for a late lunch (at your own cost). There is a short Banff town tour, including a Bow Falls, the Banff Springs Hotel, and a stop at the Upper Hot Springs and the Sulphur Mountain Gondola Lift (not included in the rate) before returning to Calgary in the late afternoon..

    FOR SUMMER TOURS: WAIT TIMES CAN BE LONG due to the popularity of the Banff Gondola. IT IS UP TO THE DRIVER TO DETERMINE WHETHER THERE IS ENOUGH TOUR TIME FOR THE GONDOLA. (i.e. wait times up to 2.5 hours!). The motorcoach tours usually has prebooked Banff Gondola Times. For details: "Click-here".

    • The tour requires at least two persons to operate although some exceptions may apply.
    • If you are an individula B O O K in advance so the tour has enough passengers to operate!
    • Payment is not required until the day beofre the serivce if paying by credit card.
    • You can also pay the driver "cash" on the day of the serivce.
    • $125.00 per person including the 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST).
    • Departure/Return Time
    • 7:45 AM
    • Return around 1730 (5PM) - 1800 hrs (6PM)
    • Includes:
    • Van Tour & National Park Fees ($8.30/head to 31 December 2016)
    • 5% Goods and Service Tax..
    • Excludes:
    • Coffee, Lunch, tip to the driver, and Sulphur Mountain Gondola Lift, if required.
    • Pickup Location:
    • Front of the Calgary Tower
    • The Four Point Sheraton by Canada Olympic Park
    • Downtown Hotels pickup or drop locations add $10.00 extra each way per location, not per person
    • Motel Village/Hotel Alma/University pickup or drop add $10.00 each way per location, not per person
    • Airport Area Hotels add CAD$20.00 per pickup; CAD$20.00 per drop (not per person)..
    • To Book:
    • Payment:
    • By credit card the day before departure or cash on departure date.
    • Cancellation Charge:
    • Failure to cancel the day before or for "no show" will result in the lost of payment.
    • Operator:
    • Legendary Tours To book please Email Us!

    Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

    Join for a scenic journey to the native past. About a two hour drive south of Calgary is Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, one of the oldest and most interesting buffalo jumps in North America. This is the place where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains meet the great plains, one of the world's oldest, largest and best preserved buffalo jumps know to exist. It has been used continuously by aboriginal peoples of the plains for over 5000 years. After lunch we travel thru the rolling Porcupine Hills and see Lundbreck Falls before returning to Calgary via Highway 22 thru "cowboy-land" on the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies.

    • Daily, year-round except on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Easter Sunday.
    • Please Note:
    • The tour requires at least two persons to operate although some exceptions may apply .
    •  If you are an individual B O O K in advance so the tour has enough passengers
      • Payment is not required until the day before the service if paying by credit card.
      • You can also pay the driver "cash" on the day of the service.
    • Departs / Return:
    • 07:45 hrs returning around 1700 - 1800 hrs
    • Costs:
    • $125.00 per person including the 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST).
    • Includes:
    • Admission to Head-Smashed-In Museum and Van Tour
    • Excludes:
    • A tip to the driver.
    • Pickup Location:
    • Front of the Calgary Tower.
    • Other downtown hotel pickup or drop locations add $10.00 extra each way per location, not per person
    • For airport area hotels add CAD$20.00 per pickup; CAD$20.00 per drop (not per person)
    • To Book:
    • Payment:
    • By credit card the day before departure or cash on departure date.
    • Cancellation Charge:
    • Failure to cancel the day before or for "no show" will result in the lost of payment.
    • Operator:
    • Legendary Tours To book please Email Us!
    • Top | Home Page

    Blackfoot Crossing

    Come and enjoy a full day excursion to the Blackfoot Crossing, about an hour and half drive east of Calgary. Enjoy the stunning new facility exploring the North American Indian Culture, with its dances, ceremonies and ti pi's. From here take a complimentary tour* of the numerous historic sites with a local interpreter. See Chief Crowfoot's "last ti pi site" and signing location of Treaty #7 between the five Blackfoot Confederacy Tribes, the Blackfoot (now Siksika), Bloods, Peigan, Stoney (now Nakoda) and the Sarcee (Tsuu T’ina) and the Canadian Government in 1887.

    • Departs: 07:45 hrs Return 1700-1800 hrs
    • Daily except Saturday,Sunday and holidays
    • Please Note:
    • The tour requires at least two persons although some exceptions may apply .
    • If you are an individual B O O K in advance so the tour has enough passengers to operate!
      • Payment is not required until the day before the service if paying by credit card.
      • You can also pay the driver "cash" on the day of the service.
    • Cost:
    • $125.00 per person including the 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST)
    • Pickup Location:
    • Front of the Calgary Tower. Other downtown hotel pickup or drop locations add $10.00 extra each way per location, not per person.
    • .For airport area hotels add CAD$20.00 per pickup; CAD$20.00 per drop (not per person)
    • Operator:
    • Legendary Tours
    • To book
    • Payment:
    • No deposit is required. Payment by credit card the day before departure or cash on departure date.
    • Cancellation Charge:
    • Failure to cancel the day before or for "no show" will result in the lost of payment.
    • To book please Email Us!

    Drumheller & Dinosaur Museum

     Thumbnail image

    Royal Tyrell Museum. Photo 2008 © Travel Alberta.

    An hour and half northeast of Calgary is the world renowned Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology, "The Dinosaur Museum". Located in Drumheller on the Red Deer River, this area has produced over 100 complete dinosaur skeletons which are on display. The result is an eerie landscape that looks like another world! The Dinosaur trail takes you throughout this region viewing many natural wonders of the Alberta Badlands.

    The tour departs Calgary @ 0745 hrs with a stop at Horseshoe Canyon for approximately 15 minutes and then proceed to the Royal Tyrell Museum for a two hour visit. After the museum the tour heads to the Last Chance Saloon in the ghost town of Wayne for a lunch break (Lunch not included). After lunch head for the Suspension Bridge for about 15 minutes and then proceed to the Hoodoos for about a half hour stay before returning to Calgary.

    • Please Note:
      • The tour requires at least two persons to operate although some exceptions may apply .
      •  If you are an individual B O O K in advance so the tour has enough passengers to operate!
        • Payment is not required until the day before the service if paying by credit card.
        • You can also pay the driver "cash" on the day of the service.
      The Tour is Daily, year-round except Mondays during the winter
    • Itinerary/routing is subject to change due to road/weather conditions especially in the winter.
    • Departure Time:
    • 07:45 AM; returning around 5PM
    • 9 Hours or more
    • Rate:
    • $125.00 Rate is per person including the 5% Goods and Service Tax (GST).
    • Equipment:
    • Van Tour
    • Includes:
    • Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology Admission.
    • Excludes:
    • Coffee, Lunch and tip to the driver & local interpreter.
    • Pickup Location:
    • Front of the Calgary Tower.
    • Other downtown hotel pickup or drop locations add $10.00 extra each way per location, not per person
    • For airport area hotels add CAD$20.00 per pickup; CAD$20.00 per drop (not per person)
    • Operator:
    • Legendary Tours
    • To book
    • Payment:
    • By credit card the day before departure or cash on departure date..
    • Cancellation Charge:
    • Failure to cancel the day before or for "no show" will result in the lost of payment.