The Oh Canada Eh? dinner show provides a truly unforgettable Canadiana dinner experience. Meet singing Mounties, lumberjacks, a hockey player, Anne of Green Gables, and others as you enjoy the songs and scenes of Canada.
Book adult admission, and get one complimentary child admission!
Explore the jewels of the Canadian Rockies. Drive along the Bow Valley Parkway to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, and learn why these pristine lakes are key components of the Canadian Rocky Mountains’ UNESCO World Heritage Site. Return along the world's longest highway—the Trans Canada Highway.
Travel the Icefields Parkway, one of the world’s most scenic roadways. Cross the Great Dividewhile viewing the Columbia Icefields, the Crowfoot, Athabasca, and Bow Glaciersand learn about the explorers who first set foot in this icy realm.
Get up-close and personal with the locals in the Canadian Rockies—the wildlife. With a 95% success rate for viewing wildlife, this is an ideal chance to see wild elk, sheep, and white-tail and mule deer.
With a swift turn of the propeller, you'll lift off and head towards the high cliffs and deep blue crevasses of the Wilson Icefield. On this helicopter ride, you'll see extraordinary views of six glaciers, high alpine lakes, and a 900-foot waterfall.
Soar above the sapphire jewels of Jasper National Park—the Columbia, Lyle, and Wilson icefields. This 55-minute helicopter tour also covers eight major glaciers, spectacular ice and waterfalls, and high alpine meadows.
Explore the six glaciers of Mount Cline, Mount Resolute, and the Whitegoat Peaks on this 20-minute flight. You'll also see a 900-foot waterfall and cross a 9,000-foot-high mountain pass. But it's not just about getting a bird's-eye view; you'll stop and spend up to an hour in the wilderness, with your pilot as your guide. You can even have a picnic there!
Get romantic at 10,500 feet! Couples get to view glaciers, high alpine lakes, a 900-foot waterfall, and the Wilson Icefield, then enjoy an hour's stop in the wilderness, followed by champagne. You can even go on a "privacy guaranteed" tour, where the two of you are the only passengers.
Take your adrenaline for a little joyride. Experience Kicking Horse River's spin-cycle-like rapids, rated up to class IV. You'll spend almost 2 1/2 hours rafting before drying out and sitting down to a hearty barbecue lunch, complete with dessert and cool drinks.
Gain a unique perspective of Jasper National Park as you raft down 10 miles (16 kilometers) of the Athabasca River. The National Park-licensed guide will divulge historical and natural facts as the raft makes its way down the same route that was used by traders in the 19th century.
If you're looking for an adrenaline-filled whitewater challenge, take on the entire 17 miles (27 km) of the Kicking Horse River. Raft both the upper and lower canyons and enjoy a barbecue lunch afterwards.
The Kicking Horse River, renowned as the “Whitewater Gem of the Canadian Rockies,” boasts BC’s and Alberta's biggest whitewater thrills. Experience a half- or full-day adventure with a knowledgeable river guide aboard an eye-popping, candy-red raft.
Rafting through the Jasper National Park doesn’t get any better than this popular 5-mile trip down the Athabasca River. Experienced guides navigate through Class 2 whitewater rapids for an unforgettable rafting adventure.
Ideal for families with young children: Learn to raft on class II and III rapids at a leisurely pace while surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. After rafting, play volleyball and enjoy other lodge amenities at the private Hydra River site, including a barbecue lunch.
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