|Non-stop to Calgary||9 h 15 min|
|Non-stop to Edmonton||8 h 40 min|
Get ready for a magical adventure through the winter wonderland that is the Rocky Mountains. Exploring the Rockies, you’ll stop off perennial favourites such as Banff and Jasper, and have the chance to admire the lofty peaks from the air, from a sleigh, on skis & from a dog sled.
7 Nights accommodation at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge including return flights from London. Car hire can be added.
Banff is one of the world’s most popular ski resorts, in the heart of the incredible Canadian Rocky Mountains. On one lift ticket you can ski at 3 resorts; Mount Norquay, Lake Louise Ski Resort and Sunshine Village.
Oh Snap! Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris? Can you name all 3 Presidents that Forrest Gump meets? Do you enjoy head-banging to Bohemian Rhapsody so much that your neck gets sore? Join us Thursday, July 12, through Sunday, July 15, as we settle-in to watch some of the best '90s films to hit the giant screen.
There’s a very real possibility that the wilderness of Waterton Lakes National Park could more than double in size, and people are invited to gather at the Waterton Lakes Opera House to show their support for the dream. We want to send the message that people are excited and committed to the idea of the expansion of Waterton Lakes into B.C.’s Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park, also known as the Flathead Valley. This event will be a who's who of leading Canadian and international conservation leaders. Hosted by Harvey Locke, conservationist, writer, photographer and founder of Yellowstone to Yukon initiative. Music by Sid Marty- Sid is an award-winning musician and author. Presenters: Brian Keating: Well-known conservationist and radio/television host . Dr. Ric Hauer: Director of the Center for Integrated Research on the Environment at University of Montana. Plus in memorial tributes to Charlie Russell, world-famous bear conservation advocate, John Russell, Charlie's brother and tireless campaigner for Southwest Alberta habitat preservation,and John Fredrick, long time champion of the North Fork Preservation Association in Montana, and advocate for the preservation of the Flathead.
The Banff Centre 2018 Summer Music Program, has commissioned an extraordinary 12 new works! This new music will make an indelible impact on the contemporary music scene and will involve the Banff Centre participants in the most important process of the musical world: the creation of new art.Juno Nominee Cris Derksen is an Indigenous cellist/composer known for building layers of sound into captivating performances. Originally from Northern Alberta, her music braids the traditional and contemporary in multiple dimensions, weaving her traditional classical training and her Aboriginal ancestry with new school electronics, creating genre defying music. Visit our website for more details about Cris! Join us for a pre-Concert talk at 6:45 p.m. in the Bentley Chamber Music Studio.