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5-Night Churchill Tour and Polar Bear Adventure from Winnipeg

5-Night Churchill Tour and Polar Bear Adventure from Winnipeg - Churchill, Canada
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Duration: 6 days
Location: Churchill, Canada

From USD
$5569.21

Get to know the remote Manitoba town of Churchill and explore the wonders of the Canadian tundra on this 5-night wildlife adventure from Winnipeg. Known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World due to the many bears that migrate there each year, Churchill is not accessible by road, but you’ll get there easily and comfortably on a charter flight from Winnipeg ... More info ›

Get to know the remote Manitoba town of Churchill and explore the wonders of the Canadian tundra on this 5-night wildlife adventure from Winnipeg. Known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World due to the many bears that migrate there each year, Churchill is not accessible by road, but you’ll get there easily and comfortably on a charter flight from Winnipeg. Spend four days touring the town’s historical and cultural attractions and discovering the open wilderness on a specially designed Tundra Buggy. See polar bears in their natural habitat, as well as other wildlife like foxes and snowy owls. Plus, take a dog-sled ride! Most meals plus accommodation, an expert guide and flights between Winnipeg and Churchill are included.

After booking, you’ll receive a detailed itinerary from the local tour operator that lists specifics like what restaurants have been reserved for your tour, which hotel in Churchill is included and what to pack.

Accommodation:
The first and last night of the tour are spent at the Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg International Airport. The three nights in Churchill are spent at one of the town’s small, comfortable inns. The inns vary by tour, but you can expect to stay at one of the following (all are in walking distance of each other): the Tundra Inn, Aurora Inn, Iceberg Inn or Polar Inn.

Dining:
Most of the breakfasts, lunches and dinners are enjoyed at a variety of local Churchill restaurants, which vary by tour. You'll also have two picnic-style lunches on board the Tundra Buggy, as well as one dinner while you fly.

Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

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10-Day Tatshenshini River Expedition

10-Day Tatshenshini River Expedition - Whitehorse, Canada

Duration: 10 days
Location: Whitehorse, Canada

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$4742.45

Spend 10 days exploring, adventuring and reconnecting with yourself and those on the river with you, 10 days that will be with you for the rest of your life!

This Journey is not solely focused on the time spent on the river; the shorter river days and long hours of sunlight allow for excursions from camp each afternoon before settling in for a campfire dinner under a star-filled sky. Two layover days also allow those who chose to attempt more vigorous hikes to take in the surrounding tundra and glaciers.

Visit one of the most remote and pristine wilderness areas remaining in the world ... More info ›

Spend 10 days exploring, adventuring and reconnecting with yourself and those on the river with you, 10 days that will be with you for the rest of your life!

This Journey is not solely focused on the time spent on the river; the shorter river days and long hours of sunlight allow for excursions from camp each afternoon before settling in for a campfire dinner under a star-filled sky. Two layover days also allow those who chose to attempt more vigorous hikes to take in the surrounding tundra and glaciers.

Visit one of the most remote and pristine wilderness areas remaining in the world. Over ten days you will separate completely from your daily lives and focus your energy on the sights, sounds and people around you. This is a world-class rafting trip, but it is more than that; it is a journey that reconnects us with nature and adjusts our perspectives in life. What more can you ask for from a vacation?

Travelling through remote sections of Yukon, British Columbia and Alaska, you will encounter glaciers sitting on the water’s edge and calving into icebergs in front of your eyes, all worth the journey in itself. You will also view grizzlies, eagles and several other animals and birdlife as you become one with your natural surroundings on the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers.

On DAYS ONE & TWO, begin your journey by heading out on the Alaska Highway to enter the Kluane National Park. Take in the scenery and bountiful wildlife before continuing to Dalton Post, Alaska to settle in for the first of many sumptuous dinners at camp. The next morning, awake to a delicious breakfast and coffee, then set off on your first river day deep into the canyons of the St. Elias Mountains and raft through the most continuous white-water section of the trip before camping for the night.

On DAYS THREE & FOUR, relax as you meander through Quiet Canyon, the Oxbows and Bear Bite Creek. Take in panoramic mountain vistas and a variety of wildlife before setting camp at Sediments Creek. Spend your first layover day relaxing, or join a group hike to an open ridge and an alpine meadow bursting with flowers, and maybe continue to Goat Ridge to view glaciers.

On DAYS FIVE & SIX, raft through the Monkey Wrench before passing the O’Connor River, and take in the spectacular scenery as the valley broadens. As the river expands, lose track of its flow and take in its colour caused by the presence of glacial sediment. After meeting the confluence with the Alsek River, set camp at Reynolds Creek and recover from SOS (Scenic Overdose Syndrome).

On DAYS SEVEN & EIGHT, slowly travel down the Alsek to reach Walker Glacier where you will settle for lunch before hiking the glacier to marvel at its seracs and crevasses. Come morning, cut through the Barbazon Range, pass by the massive Novatak Glacier, and take in views of Mount Fairweather.

On DAYS NINE & TEN, enter the ice age on the breathtaking Alsek Lake filled with floating icebergs. Row through the lake in a once-in-a-lifetime experience before camping a final time. Float down to Dry Bay, Alaska on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, then hop on a scenic flight back to Whitehorse where the group will gather a final time for a dinner among friends, old and new.

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6-Day Babine River of Grizzlies Expedition

6-Day Babine River of Grizzlies Expedition - Smithers, Canada

Duration: 6 days
Location: Smithers, Canada

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$2831.97

Spanning over 6 days, the Babine River Rafting Expedition will take you deep into the wilderness of Northern British Columbia with extraordinary wildlife sightings including grizzly bears, eagles, salmon and more, surrounded by breathtaking views of Coast Mountain Range.

Combining the beautiful narrow canyon rapids of the Babine River, the massive exhilarating waves of the Skeena River, the amazing scenery of the Coast Mountain Range, and more wildlife than you can count, this 6-day rafting trip is the best adventure expedition in all of British Columbia.

On this adventure of a lifetime, make memories that will outlast the best of them with stories that will be the envy of all your friends!

Visit one of the few remaining pristine and untouched areas of the world. Over 6 days you will experience the thrill of class IV white-water rafting, encounter wildlife in the most natural setting, and rejuvenate yourself in a sacred headwaters river integral to the area’s native heritage.

Under the friendly and experienced care of your guides, you will be surrounded by the abundant wildlife drawn to the area by the salmon and steelhead trout that have established the river as their spawning grounds ... More info ›

Spanning over 6 days, the Babine River Rafting Expedition will take you deep into the wilderness of Northern British Columbia with extraordinary wildlife sightings including grizzly bears, eagles, salmon and more, surrounded by breathtaking views of Coast Mountain Range.

Combining the beautiful narrow canyon rapids of the Babine River, the massive exhilarating waves of the Skeena River, the amazing scenery of the Coast Mountain Range, and more wildlife than you can count, this 6-day rafting trip is the best adventure expedition in all of British Columbia.

On this adventure of a lifetime, make memories that will outlast the best of them with stories that will be the envy of all your friends!

Visit one of the few remaining pristine and untouched areas of the world. Over 6 days you will experience the thrill of class IV white-water rafting, encounter wildlife in the most natural setting, and rejuvenate yourself in a sacred headwaters river integral to the area’s native heritage.

Under the friendly and experienced care of your guides, you will be surrounded by the abundant wildlife drawn to the area by the salmon and steelhead trout that have established the river as their spawning grounds. Grizzly bears, black bears, bald and golden eagles, and a variety of wildlife are sure to make an appearance throughout the trip.

Everyday, relish in sumptuous multi-course gourmet meals and luxury camping in some of the most spectacular locations in the world. And along the way, discover the historic Gitxsan village of Hazelton with its remarkable totem poles and stunning views of the Babine Mountain Range.


On DAY ONE, meet with your group and crew and begin your journey to the river. After a riverside lunch, you will raft to your first camp where you’ll enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as camp is set, followed by the first of a series of sumptuous dinners.

On DAYS TWO, THREE, FOUR & FIVE, wake to the sound of the river, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and a delicious breakfast. After breaking camp, get back aboard the rafts to continue your trip downstream through deep canyons and exciting rapids, and take in the backdrop of thick forest, mountains and glaciers of the Sicintine Range. As the river’s pace picks up, raft through a sustained stretch of class 3 rapids highlighted by the “Pinball Alley” section before setting camp deep in the Babine Canyon adjacent to a waterfall. Visit the famous class 4 “Grizzly Drop” rapids section to catch a glimpse of fishing grizzly bears, and continue on to hike to the abandoned Native village of Kisgegas, now overgrown with wildflowers. As the river valley opens, admire the vistas of Mount Thomlinson and the show put on by the narrow Babine River pouring into the wide Skeena River. Journey through large splashy rapids of sinuous waters surrounded by rock-lined canyons and coastal cedars before making camp one final time.

On DAY SIX, notice signs of civilization along the shores as you pass the native village of Kispiox, where giant totem poles pay silent tributes to generations past. Return to shore in Hazelton, BC before returning to Smithers to gather together for a final diner with friends, old and new.

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Trail Riding in the Canadian Rockies

Trail Riding in the Canadian Rockies - Calgary, Canada

Duration: 6 days
Location: Calgary, Canada

From USD
$2281.32

Unleash your inner cowboy/cowgirl on a six day adventure into the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Experience rustic camping with all the comforts of home while you travel into the most spectacular and scenic country in the world ... More info ›

Unleash your inner cowboy/cowgirl on a six day adventure into the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Experience rustic camping with all the comforts of home while you travel into the most spectacular and scenic country in the world. This summer we will explore the wilderness of Castle Provincial Park and Wildlands in southwestern Alberta Canada. Disconnect from the internet and sit back and let our professional tour guides and chefs treat you to an incredible adventure that previous guests have said will be, “the best vacation of your life.” For beginners and advanced riders these amazing trips will take you in the areas where no one else goes and submersed you in the evenings to western cowboy culture. It is an exclusive six-day package. After 94 years of leading beginners and seasoned riders from all over the world into our tremendous backcountry we know how to give you a dream vacation… and that “hidden gem” you’ve been looking for? Well, you just found it! See our Trip Advisor reviews.

Your adventure begins at the Acclaim Hotel very close to the Calgary International Airport in Calgary Alberta Canada. Starting at 7 AM we will transport you to the Bar U Ranch, a Canadian historic site, for a two hour interpretive tour followed by lunch. Next, it is on trailhead corral where you will be introduced to your horse! After a safety talk and trail guidelines you will ride into our base camp known as “Teepee Town.” You will select an Indian style Teepee or walled tent of your choice which will be your home for the next five nights. Each one is complete with a raised cot and mattress while you supply your own warm sleeping bag. After a champagne welcome reception you will sit down to a four course hot dinner. Our traditional "doughnut tent" is where we gather in the evening for live entertainment, educational talks, and music, - cowboy style! The camp is complete with hot water for washing and a hot outdoor shower. Our horses travel at a steady walk and we take plenty of breaks during the day. Beginners tend to ride near the front of the line while more experienced rides at the back of the line. We “gear ourselves” to folks who may ride a bit through the year, and really want to see this spectacular country in comfort without having to walk. Riding lessons are provided but we do suggest guests “brush up a bit” before their ride. Each daily trip from our base camp is “customized” based upon: weather, trail conditions, riding ability of the guests which may include dividing into two groups. (ie. each of our 5 rides may vary slightly based upon these conditions) After an exhilarating day on the trail our guests return to our base camp where they are served another hot four course home cooked meals. Subsequent days will find the riders exploring lakes, valleys, glaciers or mountain passes. The high, uninhabited valleys of the Rockies offer peace and contentment combined with the thrill of majestic visas. There is a sweep of majesty to this land, a towering grandeur and nobility of face, so powerful in its vast silence. This alpine land abounds in larch, spruce and fir trees, mountain animals and birds, meadows and parklands leading to the nearby snow capped peaks and ridges.

We, The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies (TRCR), are a non-profit society and operate with a five person Board of Directors with help, during the summer, from a small group of volunteers. We do this simply because we want people from all walks of life to enjoy, appreciate and explore, on horseback, the wilderness backcountry mountains in the most spectacular country in the world. We ourselves have been riding for years and simply put, it is a FANTASTIC adventure and we just want to tell the world about it! Our goal is to provide our rides at a reasonable cost to allow more people to see this unforgettable land. Our trail ride adventures have been operating for 94 consecutive years.

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6-Day Halfway Lodge Backcountry Trip by Horseback

6-Day Halfway Lodge Backcountry Trip by Horseback - Banff, Canada

Duration: 6 days
Location: Banff, Canada

From USD
$1748.84

The ultimate backcountry trip, few folks ever get to experience a place like this. Sky-piercing mountains stretch out across the landscape, their peaks crusted with ice and snow ... More info ›

The ultimate backcountry trip, few folks ever get to experience a place like this. Sky-piercing mountains stretch out across the landscape, their peaks crusted with ice and snow. The air is cool and fresh. And best of all, there’s an almost zen-like quiet out here. On this six-day, five night trip you’ll pass by the shimmering waters of the Bow River, travel along a historic pack trail and then ride up Allenby Pass, where jagged rock formations line the route.

And although you do climb to an elevation of 8,100 feet on this trip, the terrain is gentle for the entire way. And for all the rugged scenery you’ll get to gaze at on this trek, the adventure itself is far from ‘roughing it.’ Unwind in rustic luxury at the spacious Sundance Lodge and later at the cozy Halfway Lodge – both quintessential mountain cabins with comfortable beds.

Please note that this trip departs on Sundays and Thursdays from late June to early September.

On this six-day adventure you’ll spend five nights at Sundance Lodge and Halfway Lodge, two quintessential mountain cabins. Your days will be spent exploring on horseback and your evenings relaxing in the cosy lodges, sharing delicious hearty meals and great conversation with your fellow riders.

Day 1: Backcountry Ride to Sundance Lodge

The adventure starts at 9:30am at Warner Stables, where you can park your vehicle for free for the duration of the trip. Once we have organised the gear and saddled up, we will begin the 10 mile journey to Sundance Lodge – following the rushing waters of the Bow River and Healy and Brewster Creeks. On the way we’ll stop for a cowboy cook-out along the banks of the river.

You’ll saunter into Sundance Lodge at around 4:30pm, where you will be greeted by the friendly lodge host and shown to your room where you can freshen up with a warm shower and settle in. You'll sleep in a soft bed and dine on gourmet cuisine whipped up by your talented host in the professional kitchen.

Day 2: Ride the Erling Strom Trail to Halfway Lodge

The adventure continues as you journey 9 miles southward to Halfway Lodge. The rugged peaks of the Sundance Range loom over the eastern horizon as you follow the winding historic Erling Strom Trail. Tonight we’ll stay at Halfway Lodge, constructed by Erling Strom in the 1920s. With propane lanterns and candles providing lighting and a woodstove providing warmth, it hasn’t changed much in the last 80 years.

Day 3: Climb Allenby Pass on Horseback to 8,100 feet

Today you’ll make the thrilling climb up Allenby Pass on horseback, an elevation of 8,100 feet. For many this is the highlight of the trip, as you’ll get a breathtaking view of the jagged rock formations, the enormous amphitheatre of mountains stretching out all around you.

Day 4: Rest Time to enjoy the Backcountry

Today is a rest day at Halfway Lodge. An optional hike is available today to a shimmering glacial fed lake at the end of the valley, where you can enjoy views of the valley below.

Day 5: Follow Brewster Creek to Sundance Lodge

Your guide will lead you through the backcountry on a scenic and exciting trail, criss-crossing the valley in the historic footsteps of the early pioneers and stopping for lunch along the way. You’ll arrive back at Sundance Lodge again, a luxurious retreat you will have fallen deeply in love with.

Day 6: Return to Warner Stables

It’s your final day on the trail – a gentle 9 mile ride from Sundance back to Warner Stables. You’ll stop along the banks of Healy Creek for a lunch of fresh sandwiches, baked goods and fruit. You’ll return at approximately 4:30 pm, with plenty of great tales from the backcountry to tell your family and friends.

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10-Day Newfoundland and Maritime Tour from Halifax to Moncton

10-Day Newfoundland and Maritime Tour from Halifax to Moncton - Halifax, Canada

Duration: 10 days
Location: Halifax, Canada

From USD
$1625.89

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick are provinces with stunning scenery, captivating coastlines, treasured traditions and wonderful wildlife that will take your breath away! On this 10-day tour, hike to the summit of the incredible Gros Morne Mountain, explore the beaches and trails of Cape Breton Island, observe humpback, minke, pilot whales and more on a whale watching cruise, kayak through the amazing fjords in Norris Point, and get “Screeched in” on George Street, St. Johns.

Day 1 : Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)
After a friendly welcome from your guide, head towards the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage ... More info ›

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick are provinces with stunning scenery, captivating coastlines, treasured traditions and wonderful wildlife that will take your breath away! On this 10-day tour, hike to the summit of the incredible Gros Morne Mountain, explore the beaches and trails of Cape Breton Island, observe humpback, minke, pilot whales and more on a whale watching cruise, kayak through the amazing fjords in Norris Point, and get “Screeched in” on George Street, St. Johns.

Day 1 : Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)
After a friendly welcome from your guide, head towards the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage. You’ll hike the famous Skyline Trail. Stay in a hostel located on the Cape Breton Road. (Dinner included).

Day 2: Pleasant Bay to Baddeck (Bear on the Lake Cape Breton)
This morning, you have the option to take an amazing whale watching tour in the Atlantic Ocean (own expense). Drive along the Cabot trail and stop for an easy hike up the Skyline Ridge. Spend this evening beside the lake and roast some marshmallows at the campfire. (Dinner included).

Day 3: Baddeck to Norris Point
Board the ferry to Newfoundland (6 hours). Drive to Norris Point, a picturesque coastal community located near Gros Morne National Park. 

Day 4: Gros Morne National Park
Take advantage of the many optional activities available, including sea kayaking, boat tour through freshwater fjords, or the famous hike up Gros Morne Mountain. In the evening, relax and enjoy dinner cooked by your guide. (Dinner included).

Day 5: Norris Point to Botwood
Spend time hiking in Gros Morne National park before you drive to the town of Botwood. Botwood is centered around its sheltered, deep water port. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to see some magnificent icebergs floating by. At night, you'll have a group meal at the hostel (included).

Day 6: Botwood to Trinity East
Continue your drive through the Bonavista Peninsula to a small town called Trinity East. Here, you'll explore the area by walking the famous Skerwink Trail. After a full day of hiking, enjoy a relaxing group dinner. (Dinner included).

Day 7: Trinity East to St. John's
Stop at St. Johns, one of North America’s oldest cities. Join your guide for a city walk and then relax (or party) with some drinks on George Street which is known for its many pubs and bars. This is your opportunity to get “Screeched in” at a local pub!

Day 8: St. John's
Enjoy a free day in St. Johns.

Day 9: St. John’s to Ferry
On the way back to the mainland, take note that this area has the world's largest puffin colony, the world's southernmost caribou herd, and some of the world's oldest and rarest marine fossils. You will board the ferry in the early evening for an overnight adventure across the sea!

Day 10: Ferry to Moncton
Journey back into New Brunswick today and stop to take a tour of Hopewell Rocks, where you can see and learn about the incredible tidal changes which are some of the largest in the world! Tonight, join your guide for a city walk and night out on the town!

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