Alberta Winter Wonders

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Travel 03 Dec 2021
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  • 2 nt Coast Edmonton Plaza, - Standard Room, Room Only
  • 2 nt Chateau Jasper, Jasper - Standard Room, Room only
  • 2 nt Lake Louise Inn, Lake Louise - Standard Room, Room only
  • 3 nt Rundlestone Lodge, Banff - Standard Room, Room only
  • 2 nt Hotel Arts, Calgary - Standard Room, Room only
  • Jasper Planetarium
  • Snowshoeing to paint pots tour
  • Flights to Edmonton via Calgary and departing from Calgary with Air Canada, accommodation throughout, 9 days compact car hire with GPS to be picked up when departing Edmonton and prepayable taxes.
  • This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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2 nt Coast Edmonton Plaza,

Standard Room, Room Only

If it’s an amazing location you’re looking for, the Edmonton Alberta hotel is pretty tough to beat. Right in the heart of Edmonton, the hotel is walking distance from an array of arts, dining, and entertainment including Rogers Place.

2 nt Chateau Jasper, Jasper

Standard Room, Room only

Sporting a pristine position amid the magnificent Canadian Rockies in the quaint ski town of Jasper — where wildlife is frequently seen roaming — Chateau Jasper is in proximity to a staggering array of alluring sites such as Jasper National Park, The Den Jasper's Wildlife Museum, Sunwapta Falls, Pyramid Lake, and Mount Whistlers.

2 nt Lake Louise Inn, Lake Louise

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Surrounded by soaring pines and sweeping mountain views, Lake Louise Inn is near Lake Louise Village.

3 nt Rundlestone Lodge, Banff

Standard Room, Room only

Conveniently located on Banff Avenue, just minutes from downtown Banff, this 96 room hotel offers a host of amenities.

2 nt Hotel Arts, Calgary

Standard Room, Room only

Explore all Calgary has to offer with Hotel Arts as your home base. Sip an unconventionally delicious cocktail, enjoy an in-room massage or indulge in culinary delights at one of our exceptional, award-winning restaurants.


Flights to Edmonton via Calgary and departing from Calgary with Air Canada, accommodation throughout, 9 days compact car hire with GPS to be picked up when departing Edmonton and prepayable taxes.

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £230, Belfast from £230, Newcastle from £230, Edinburgh from £230, Glasgow from £230. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.

Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

2 nts Coast Edmonton Plaza,

Standard Room, Room Only

2 nts Chateau Jasper, Jasper

Standard Room, Room only

With shimmering glaciers, abundant wildlife, crystalline lakes, thundering waterfalls, deep canyons and evergreen forest all surrounded by towering peaks, it’s little wonder Jasper National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At 4,335 square miles it is also Canada’s largest park in the Rocky Mountains and the second largest Dark Sky Preserve in the world.

The laid-back town of Jasper is your springboard to the park’s outdoor pursuits and attractions. Adventurers can fill their boots with alpine day hikes, adrenalin pumping mountain biking, great paddling, climbing and canyoning. Those who prefer a more relaxed pace can take in the many scenic drives, picnic amongst majestic mountains and enjoy watching wildlife such as caribou, elk, moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, bears, wolves and a variety of birds. For an aerial perspective, ride the Jasper Skytram. It takes seven minutes to reach the high Upper Station where the jaw-dropping views include six mountain ranges.

Additional attractions include Miette Hot Springs, which are the hottest springs in the Rockies; stunning Maligne Lake whose baby-blue water and circle of photogenic peaks are a feast for the eyes; and the steep, narrow gorge of Maligne Canyon. Also not to be missed is the Columbia Icefield where you can hop aboard an Ice Explorer onto the Athabasca Glacier or step out onto the amazing Glacier Skywalk.

After a day in the wild, there are friendly pubs and charming cafés where you can dine alfresco in front of a vista as drool-worthy as the food on your plate.

2 nts Lake Louise Inn, Lake Louise

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While many famous locations don’t live up to the hype, Lake Louise certainly does. Its vibrant emerald-green water, soaring mountain backdrop, glistening glacier and palatial hotel are simply picture-perfect, whatever the season.

By far the best way to immerse yourself in the spectacular landscape is to step out on a hike and Lake Louise has year-round trails for all ability levels, from a simple short stroll to a rigorous mountaintop trek. Alternatively, hire a bike and take the family for a spin along the lake, or climb as many hills as your legs can manage and pedal amongst towering peaks. When snow covers the trails and roads you can try fat biking, a great fun option. During winter, choose from ice skating on the frozen lake to cross-country skiing, dog sledding and more.

A summertime must do is to hire a canoe from the Lake Louise boathouse and paddle across the lake towards the Victoria Glacier. For a bird’s eye view, climb aboard the Lake Louise Gondola which crawls up the side of Whitehorn Mountain to a dizzying viewpoint above the valley floor.

South of Lake Louise is Moraine Lake, whose waters are the most amazing colour, a vivid shade of turquoise that changes in intensity through the summer as the glaciers melt. Sit lakeside and absorb the surrounding mountains, waterfalls and rock piles, a scene so stunning it almost seems unreal.

The hamlet of Lake Louise itself has a small selection of shops and a variety of accommodation and restaurant options, many of which practise a farm-to-table ethos.

2 nts Rundlestone Lodge, Banff

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Established as Canada’s first national park in 1885 after railway workers stumbled onto a thermal hot spring, Banff National Park is today part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and spans 2,564 square miles of mountainous terrain packed with spectacularly scenic valleys, peaks, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers.

In the picturesque town of Banff, wander along lively Banff Avenue to browse boutiques and souvenir shops, visit art galleries and museums, or chill out in the bars and restaurants.

For a loftier perspective of the town and valley, hike the 2.6 mile trail up Tunnel Mountain or hop on the Banff Gondola which is open year round and floats its way up Sulphur Mountain. When in need of some relaxation and rejuvenation head to the geothermally heated Banff Hot Springs.  It’s magical to sit in the pools whatever the time of year or hour of day.

Alternatively, don your hiking boots or hire a bike and discover more than 1,000 miles of maintained trails. Wander or ride along the shores of glittering blue-green lakes, trek up a mountain pass, hike across a frozen lake and be entranced by the landscapes around you.

Notable sights within the area include the large glacial Lake Minnewanka, where scenic cruises go out to Devil’s Gap. Or you can travel under your own steam and hire a canoe or kayak. Dramatic Johnston Canyon is another must-visit natural attraction along with Vermilion Lakes which are a fantastic place to watch sunrise or sunset, see wildlife or spend a day exploring  its shores.

2 nts Hotel Arts, Calgary

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Set dramatically between prairies and peaks, the chic metropolis of Calgary buzzes with innovative energy whilst embracing its rich western heritage, while Alberta's capital city, Edmonton, is always celebrating something, from arts and culture to food and wine.

Calgary is best known for the annual Calgary Stampede, a ten day wild west extravaganza embraced by the whole city. Dubbed the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, it's held every July and features one of the world's largest rodeos, a parade, stage shows, concerts, chuckwagon racing and First Nations exhibitions. If you plan to visit, be sure to book early!

Throughout the year, visitors can visit Canada's largest living history museum at Heritage Park Historical Village, which has over 180 exhibits depicting an authentic experience of life in the region from the 1860s to the 1950s. Downtown Calgary's most conspicuous landmark is the Calgary Tower, whose observation deck and revolving restaurant offer panoramic views of the city. Other city attractions include the Glenbow Museum, which showcases local history and Olympic Plaza, where festivals and concerts are held throughout the year. Close to downtown and Stampede Park is 17th Ave Retail & Entertainment District where you'll find over 400 unique shops, fine dining restaurants and lively bars.

Edmonton is one of Canada's fastest growing cities and well known for its scenic river valley, thriving music and art community, and is host to more than 60 festivals throughout the year. It's also a gateway to the magic of the Aurora Borealis in the spectacular north, and visitors can spend memorable evenings under the mesmerising Northern Lights in prime viewing spots outside the city limits.

Step back 150 years to the original settlement at Fort Edmonton Park and trace the growth and development of the city through four historical periods. Natural attractions can be found in the North Saskatchewan River Valley or at Elk Island National Park, while shopping enthusiasts must not miss the West Edmonton Mall. Here, along with restaurants, bars and more than 800 shops, you'll find a giant water park, a man-made lake, an ice rink, two mini-golf courses, cinemas, a casino and an amusement park!

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