Perfect adventure for families who love the outdoors
From £1,049 to £1,159 12 days ex flights
Small group travel:2017: 21 Jul, 23 Jul, 30 Jul 2018: 22 Jul, 24 Jul, 29 Jul
reviews for Walking holidays in Canada
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
Hiking the Iceline trail in Yoho National Park. Seeing grizzly and black bears by the roadside.
The pace of this holiday is a bit frenetic and there was very little 'down time'. Days started early and every minute was taken up with hiking, cooking for the group (of 16 in our case) and washing up, putting up or taking down tents and
travelling between destinations, but, despite the hard work, it was one of the best holidays I've ever had. Truly fabulous group... (more)Christabel Owens
Always consider that temperature could get lower than expected and same for the rain, it rains frequently but a rain coat is enough to deal with the rain.
Yes, we purchased food from locals
It was enjoyable (more)Luis Marrero
Whale-watching in the Gulf of Maine ... amongst the most memorable of other memorable moments, including Pier 21 Immigration Museum in Halifax, the ceilidh at Cavendish, and the few birds that were around.
Be aware that
- there are long days travelling between each location, and that the transport used may not be all that comfortable; in the kind of wonderful, hot and sunny weather that we were lucky enough to have throughout the trip, good-quality air conditioning... (more)Jill Powlettbrown