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My itinerary for the Canadian Rockies

My itinerary for the Canadian Rockies

The provinces of Alberta and British Columbia share the Canadian Rockies, famous for their rugged peaks and the valleys that separate them. Last summer my family travelled around the Rockies and here is our itinerary. The road trip took us from Banff to Lake Louise to Jasper along the Bow Valley and Icefield Parkways—about the best road trip in the world—over the Robson Pass, past the highest mountain in the Rockies, and down along Lake Okanagan … Read entire article »

Filed under: Canada, Family travel, Road trips, Travel itinerary

Hiking with kids: Bow Glacier Falls, Banff National Park, Alberta

Hiking with kids: Bow Glacier Falls, Banff National Park, Alberta

Some of the best hikes in the Canadian Rockies can be found around Lake Louise and when we were camping there last summer we looked for a trail that would be easy for children and not overrun with people. We heard there was one on the edge of the Wapta Icefield starting from the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge off the Icefields Parkway. During the winter, this is one of the top backcountry ski areas in the world. The … Read entire article »

Filed under: Canada, Family travel, Memorable moments