"Wilderness is where we become still and are able to reconnect with our sense of wonder. In the ever-increasing staccato pace of our lives, I love watching how guests dropped into the luxurious stillness of my regions' wild retreats, immediately melt into the rhythm of nature. It's why I do this job—to share that restorative quality of beauty, solitude and stillness."
—Marianne Abraham, Experience Designer
Home to some of Canada’s most idyllic scenery
The Rockies are a stunning example of nature at her best. These transcendent mountains formed more than 80 million years ago from continental plates shifting beneath North America. Continuing tectonic activity, along with the erosion created by glaciers, resulted in the dramatic combination of jagged peaks and valleys we see today. What better way to experience them than on an adventure-packed private journey, tailor-made by our Experience Designer who calls the Rockies her backyard.
Discover the possibilities:
Rocky Mountain Winter Multi-Sport
Welcome to the land that does winter best, the Canadian Rockies: where waterfalls are frozen into place, hills are clad with sparkling snow and lakes have turned from swimming holes to ice rinks. Don some crampons and traverse the ice cathedrals of Johnston Canyon, snowshoe on the glittering snowfields of Sunshine Meadows and learn to mush your own dog sled team on the Spray Lakes.
Rocky Mountain Family Adventure
Iconic national parks, larger than life snow-peaked mountains and wild beauty—the Canadian Rockies are the stunning backbone of this vast country, rising from the land and towering overhead. Bike riverside trails, hike waterfalls and maybe even spot a bear or two! Stay in some of the most authentic mountain lodges around, brimming with pure rustic charm. Your journey through Canada’s wild west, including world-renowned Banff, is sure to be one your family won’t forget.
Rocky Mountain Backcountry
Take the path less travelled in the Rockies. Starting in Canmore, navigate the rivers, lakes and low ridges that surround this mountain town as you work your way deeper into the belt. A helicopter then whisks you away to your secluded backcountry lodge for epic hikes amid the peaceful, untouched corners of Mother Nature.
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Let's bring your travel ideas to life
These highlights are just a sample of what you can do and discover in the Rocky Mountains. Mix and match a little bit of everything and add on a few extra nights and private tours in Calgary. Connect with your Experience Designer for the Canadian Rocky Mountains to start piecing together your perfect trip.
Notes From Your Designer:
Ideal trip length: 5 - 8 days
Starting Price: US $1,000 Per Person/Day