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Canadian Rockies Travel: Fun Exercise, Stunning Beauty, Steamy Romance

Canadian Rockies travel is made simple by the ample facilities available.


Canadian Rockies Travel

by Sandhya Thukaram

Canadian Rockies Travel – For Every Out Door Person:

You could of course take the easy way out and snuggle in bed with a copy of Bill Bryson’s “A Walk In The Woods”. But then the easy way has never meant the best way. A Canadian Rockies travel adventure is the absolute real thing. From biking to hiking to skiing, choosing the Canadian Rockies travel option covers the entire spectrum. Stretching from the Eastern slopes of Kananaskis Country to the Northern Ranges of Jasper National Park, the Alberta Rocks are world famous. Who wouldn’t be tempted by the combined lure of sparkling blue lakes, large natural hot springs, soaring mountains and the bliss of breathing clean pure air! A Canadian Rockies travel adventure isn’t necessarily only for the single, athletic, meditative types. There is enough here for a great family holiday and the beautiful surroundings are appealing as a wonderful romantic get away too!

Biking- a Great Option On A Canadian Rockies Travel Adventure:

Biking holidays are not just great to tone up your calves but extremely rejuvenating too. The point to note about Canadian Rockies travel is that the weather is erratic. Keeping this in mind it is best to dress in layers. While July and August are the warmest months, September and October are by far the most pleasant months. Canadian Rockies travel is made simple by the ample facilities available. To ensure a relatively safe and comfortable biking holiday, it helps to carry a repair kit, first aid kit and extra food. That out of the way, bikes can easily be rented from several locations around Lake Louise, Jasper, Banff, Camore and Kananaskis village. A first timer on a biking trip would do well to check the rules set out by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The rules suggest you stick to riding on open trails and refrain from checking out closed areas. So, make a plan, get a good sturdy bike, stick to the rules and discover the Rockies!

Canadian Rockies Travel In Winter:

There is more to Canadian Rockies Travel than summer activities. Come winter and skiing becomes the sport of choice. Despite a skiing holiday being a relatively expensive travel option, there are various packages that make it fairly economical. There are plenty of hotels and resorts in the area to choose from. The Castle like Banff Springs Hotel, the Chateau Lake Louise at the edge of Lake Louise and Jasper Park Lodge, are a few of the well-known hotels. Winters in Alberta are a popular time for Canadian Rockies travel. The sunny skies, the dense snow, the glorious cliffs make skiing a pleasure.

In addition, there is the frozen Lac la Bicche with its miles of glassy ice. The Winter Festival of Speed is held on March 5th and 6th when snowmobiles race in competition.

Another fun event is the Ling Festival held on March 19th and 20th. Held around the Cold Lake it is the fishing derby of sorts and Ling Cod is the prize catch.

Making Canadian Rockies travel even more appealing is the presence of the world famous dinosaur museum, an ancient buffalo hunting ground, The Jasper Tramway and the Ice fields Parkway known for it’s spectacular mountain drives. What are you waiting for?


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