Itinerary

Day 1 Vancouver/Clearwater

Welcome to Vancouver. Perhaps arrive early and warm up for the adventure with a brisk walk around Stanley Park, or stock up on snacks at the Granville Island Farmers Market. Depart for Kamloops in the morning and begin to get an idea of Canada’s vastness and natural beauty. Arrive in Clearwater and, if time permits, take a small introductory walk on a local trail.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 2-4 Jasper National Park

Begin your walking adventure in Canada’s largest national park - the wilderness playground of Jasper. With so many walks on offer, you’ll have a tough time deciding how to spend your time. For those who need a rest, the cable car to Whistler Mountain is a great way to get a bird's-eye view over the park.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 3

Days 5-7 Banff National Park

Cut through the heart of the Rockies on the epic Icefields Parkway and travel from Canada’s largest national park to its oldest. Arrive at the iconic Banff National Park and tackle the challenging and incredibly scenic Plain of Six Glaciers Trail around the rim of Lake Louise. For adventure enthusiasts, there are also plenty of opportunities here for canoeing, mountain biking, helicopter flights and, of course, more hiking.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 3

Days 8-9 Yoho National Park

When translated into the local language, Yoho simply means ‘awe’ – and it’s not hard to understand why. A hidden gem that often gets overlooked in favour of big brother Banff, Yoho boasts some amazing hikes of its own, including the jaw-dropping iceline trail which provides an up-close view of gigantic glaciers and Canada’s second highest waterfall.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 10 Glacier National Park

Hike through ancient pine groves, glacier-hollowed valleys and gaze up at the sheer cliffs of Glacier National Park.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 11 Vancouver

Return to Vancouver, one of the world’s friendliest, most picturesque cities. Perhaps hang around after the trip for a stroll through historic Gastown, a meal at one of Vancouver’s fusion restaurants or a visit to the campus of the sprawling University of British Columbia.