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  • Duration: 15 days
  • Departs: Tuesday & Friday ex Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane: 13 Nov 2018 – 29 Mar 2019
  • From Price: $4,575

Winter in the Canadian Rockies is just about as good as it gets for skiers, snowboarders and outdoor aficionados of all stripes seeking the winter adventure of a lifetime. From families looking for a memorable vacation and couples seeking true alpine romance to thrill seekers ready to take the plunge into the wild, everyone who ventures into the Rockies departs feeling invigorated, inspired and simply awe-struck at its sheer natural beauty.

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  • Duration: 14 days
  • Departs: Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane: 14, 21 Dec 2018; 4, 25 Jan; 1, 15 Feb; 15 Mar; 5 Apr 2019
  • From Price: $4,849

Tick an item off your bucket list and go in search of the elusive Northern lights in the night skies of Fort McMurray. Continue onto Edmonton and experience the majesty of the Canadian Rockies. Travel through a Winter wonderland of pristine wilderness, making stops in Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff before ending in Calgary for the return flight to Australia. Book & Pay by 15 Nov 2018

Fly from Australia to Vancouver for a 2 night stay. From here, travel only a short distance from Vancouver, to the all season resort of Whistler. See it in all it’s winter glory and enhance the trip with very special experiences - a snowmobile tour, dog sled ride and a snowshoeing adventure. Book & Pay by 15 Nov 2018

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  • Duration: 12 days
  • Departs: Sundays & Wednesdays: 28 Nov 2018 - 22 April 2019
  • From Price: $3,699

Experience the beautiful Canadian Rockies in winter time on a tour from Vancouver to Calgary using the unique Snow Train from Vancouver to Jasper. Venture onto Banff and Lake Louise for a plethora of winter magical moments. Enjoy a sleigh ride, snow shoeing and an ice walk with free time for additional activities. Book & Pay by 15 Nov 2018

Travel overland from the Pacific to the Arctic, along snow covered highways and roadways built of ice along ancient wildlife corridors, and traditional trading routes of First Nations traders – later used by Klondike Gold Rush prospectors and local patrolmen and now more well known by the TV show "Ice Road Truckers".