Take to the high ground, following the trails and ridges of the Canadian Rockies
Forming a natural boundary between the states of Alberta and British Columbia and rising to over 3500 metres, the snow-capped Canadian Rockies include some of the world's finest mountain scenery; to make the most of this dramatic region, we have devised a walking and trekking holiday that keeps to the high ground as much as possible. Traversing forested valleys to flower-filled alpine meadows and pretty glacial lakes, each of our day-walks will take us to a high ridge, pass or summit at the heart of the mountains. Seeking out the best walks, our travels will take us to Lake Louise, Revelstoke, Glacier National Park, Golden, Yoho and Banff. En route, we will trek to the summit of several big and impressive mountains, including Mount Fairview (2744m), Cirque Peak (2993m), Mount Bourgeau (2931m) and Mount Allan (2820m). We have also included a mini-trek along the Iceline Trail, overnighting in the beautiful and remote Stanley Mitchell Hut. This action-packed walking holiday offers the very best of the Canadian Rockies.