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First Passage to the West Canmore Self-Drive (Eastbound)
2020 Season

First Passage to the West Canmore Self Drive

Description

Just 20 minutes from Banff, this authentic mountain town offers stunning views and a laidback atmosphere where you can hike, explore caves or discover unique restaurants and boutiques. 

Tour Code: DBCE
Destinations
Vancouver,  Kamloops,  Canmore,  Lake Louise,  Calgary
Routes
First Passage to the West
Trip Length
7 Days / 6 Nights Total
2 days onboard Rocky Mountaineer
7 Days / 6 Nights Total
2 days onboard Rocky Mountaineer
Mode of travel

Rocky Mountaineer Train

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Route Type
Rockies Highlights
First Passage to the West Canmore Self-Drive (Eastbound)
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Storytelling
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Itinerary

What's Included

Activities & Tours

Activities & Tours

  • Vancouver Lookout
  • Calgary Tower
Dining

Dining

  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches
Travel & Transport

Travel & Transport

  • 2 days Rocky Mountaineer GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf Service
  • 4 days full-size car rental, including one-way drop charge and unlimited kilometres
  • Luggage handling and rail station transfers in Vancouver, Kamloops and Canmore
Accommodations

Accommodations

  • 6 nights hotel: Vancouver, Kamloops, Canmore, Lake Louise and Calgary

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