|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Deer Lodge – with much of its original hand-hewn log structure and decor still in place – is the classic definition of rustic mountain accommodation. Located just minutes by foot from the enchanting Lake Louise, this century old property has seen substantial restoration of its early architecture. The Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts lodge is ideal for guests looking for a quiet retreat with dazzling views, delicious cuisine and attentive staff. Think intimate rooms with inviting feather comforters and historic furniture.
In the campground surrounded by hundreds of trees, the Caboose Cabins are situated on their own set of real railway tracks for a true train car experience. With all of the modern amenities a person could desire, the interior design provides the luxury of a modern hotel for the perfect getaway. Relax and enjoy both the indoor and outdoor space. Imagine your own deck right outside for lounging in the sun and a fire pit, perfect for late night marshmallow roasting and creating new memories with friends, family or even colleagues.
Travel the incredibly scenic Maligne Valley while searching for abundant wildlife. You’ll go on a short walk to see stunning waterfall vistas at Maligne Canyon and stop for photos at Medicine Lake before embarking on a guided walk along the Maligne Lake foreshore. Available May 4 to Oct. 10.
Treat yourself to a night out in vibrant downtown Calgary! Let the Fairmont take care of the bed and the breakfast, and even parking. Package Includes: overnight accommodation in a Fairmont room, breakfast for two in the Rimrock Dining Room, overnight valet parking for one car, Internet access.
Explore stars, planets, galaxies and more in the world’s largest accessible astronomy park. Daily Planetarium and telescope stargazing programs provide an incredible opportunity to observe the wonders above Jasper National Park, rain or shine. Allow a minimum of 90 minutes.
An encore from last season! Fortunate Ones Catherine Allan and Andrew James had strong solo roots in Newfoundland’s music scene before joining forces. Now, the duo have performed in Canada and abroad, won a 2015 Canadian Folk Music Vocal Group of the Year Award, and were nominated for a 2016 Juno Award. They continue to charm fans and critics with their sweet accordion and piano-laced songs. Combined with their optimistic energy, The Fortunate Ones create a shared emotional experience between artist and audience.
With original, funky tracks and cleverly covered classic R&B tunes, Vancouver's Brickhouse blends classic and modern (Blue Funk) with an ease that makes hearing and seeing them an addictive experience. For more than 10 years, Brickhouse was the official late-night house band for Vancouver's famous Yale Hotel. It was on the Yale stage that they built a legion of fans as diverse as you can get: hipsters, university students, baby boomers, tourists, and musicians who experienced the band live and grew to love their brand of groovy, bluesy, funky music. Known for almost-hypnotically melding mind, body, and soul, Brickhouse audiences are encouraged to sing and dance along and become part of a fantastic live music experience.
A gentle giant with kind eyes and an undeniable ability to make you feel good about yourself, this musical master brings 45 years of commitment, consistency and depth to a career that skilfully blends the many genres of performing and communication.