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14 Day Alberta & Glacier National Park

Jul 02, 2025 - Jul 15, 2025

  • 13 nights (camping)
  • | 35 meals & events
  • | 276 driving miles
  • | 138 avg daily miles

Tour Overview & Route

In the ever-present shadow of the Rocky Mountains, this multi-faceted excursion kicks off with the boot-stomping Calgary Stampede, a rodeo event bursting with the excitement of the Old West! Your days will then take a more laid-back turn with visits to Waterton Lakes National Park, Remington Carriage Museum and historical sites. A drop down into the “Crown of the Continent,” Montana’s Glacier National Park, caps your unforgettable moments in the Rocky Mountains.

Tour Prices

2 Person Price Per Rig


1 Person Price Per Rig


Guest Price Per Rig


Tour Features & Itinerary

  • Orientation & Get Acquainted Social – meet your Ambassadors and fellow guests
  • BEST RV Camping Location for Access to the Stampede – right in the heart of Calgary… no traffic, no hassle!
  • RV Park Across from C-Train Station w/ Unlimited Train Tickets – flexible schedule to & from Stampede Grounds
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Honorary Calgarian Ceremony – learn the history of the Calgary Stampede and take part in a unique ceremony to become an honorary Calgarian
  • Breakfast atop Calgary Tower – a revolving restaurant that offers 360-degree views of Calgary and the Canadian Rocky Mountains
  • Free Time to Explore Downtown Calgary – visit Prince’s Island Park, Stephen Avenue Walk, the Bow Building, Famous 5 Statue and the Wonderland Sculpture
  • Stampede Parade with Reserved Seating, Coffee & Snacks – since 1912, the parade has served as the official kickoff of the Calgary Stampede
  • Downtown Festivities in Rope Square – daily FREE activities including live entertainment, square dancing, horse-drawn “old time” rig rides & the First Nations parade
  • Septic Service – a convenient mid-week service
  • Sidewalk Pancakes on Rope Square – a Stampede tradition since 1923
  • Daily Elite Dog Show – watch an elite troupe of highly-trained dogs compete in agility pole racing, dock-diving, frisbee catching, freestyle dancing & more
  • Daily Freestyle Motocross Tricks & Skills Showcase – see motocross athletes showcase their skills & crazy tricks
  • Calgary Stampede w/ Reserved Seating (2 Days) – watch the best in barrel racing, bull riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, saddle bronc, bareback & more!
  • Stampede Grounds – enjoy delicious food booths, western shopping, midway carnival rides, games & more!
  • Transportation to Heritage Park
  • Breakfast at Heritage Park
  • Heritage Park Guided Tour & Steam Train Ride – Canada’s largest living history museum with historical reenactments, 180 exhibits with over 55,000 artifacts & an antique truck collection
  • Rangeland Derby Chuckwagon Races – the world’s premier Chuckwagon event is the most popular and exciting event at the Stampede!
  • Grandstand Entertainment Extravaganza – after the Chuckwagon races, enjoy an elaborate show with exciting music, dance & acrobatic numbers and a fireworks finale
  • Septic Service – a convenient end of week service
  • Canadian Rockies & Banff Private Motorcoach Tour – guided tour through Banff National Park with stops at Bow Falls and Downtown Banff
  • Lunch in Downtown Banff
  • OPTIONAL: Evening Saddledome Shows with Headlining Entertainment

  • EN ROUTE: Remington Carriage Museum Guided Tour & Carriage Ride – learn the story of horse-drawn transportation, enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride and view over 240 carriages, wagons & sleighs
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation
  • Waterton Lakes National Park Boat Tour – surrounded by towering mountains, enjoy a scenic boat cruise along Upper Waterton Lake and cross the US border to Goat Haunt, MT
  • Lunch at the Bayshore Inn
  • Explore Waterton Lakes National Park – the prairies of Alberta meet the towering peaks of the Rocky Mountains with clear lakes, thundering waterfalls and rainbow-colored streams
  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation
  • Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that preserves and interprets over 6,000 years of Plains Buffalo culture
  • Lunch in Fort MacLeod
  • Fort MacLeod Museum & NWMP Musical Ride – a guided visit to The Fort Museum & First Nations Interpretive Centre, plus watch a spectacular NWMP musical ride on horseback

  • OPTIONAL -- Explore West Glacier National Park--pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes.
  • Red Bus-Western Alpine Tour--Traverse the famed Going-to-the-Sun Road to the high alpine region of the park and stand on top of the Continental Divide.
  • Guided Boat Tour-Lake McDonald--The majesty of the Continental Divide and the tranquility of the emerald-hued lake are a must-see as you cruise along Lake McDonald, the largest lake in the park
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast