Blue Sky Tours

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Multiple Day Trips


This little resort town in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Jasper is a five hour drive from Calgary along the world famous Icefields Parkway. Stops along the way could include beautiful star-shaped Peyto Lake and the spectacular Columbia Icefield Glacier, where you can take the massive Ice Explorer coach onto the Athabasca Glacier where you will set foot on up to 1000 feet of glacial ice. See the Athabasca Falls, a powerful falls fed from the glaciers of the Columbia Icefilelds. In Jasper experience colourful lakes such as Maligne Lake plus Maligne Canyon, plus many waterfalls, and wildlife sightings are common. All this and so much more awaits your adventure to Jasper.

Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park

The park is a provincial historic resource and archaeological preserve. It preserves and protects hundreds of Aboriginal petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings) on sandstone cliffs of the Milk River valley of Alberta. The park, a National Historic Site, protects the largest collection of native rock art found in North America, some of the largest blocks of native prairie in Alberta and a replica of the original North West Mounted Police outpost - an important symbol of Canadian history. Nearby is Red Rock Coulee with its unusual round rock formations.

Waterton Lakes National Park

Tucked into the southwestern corner of Alberta, Waterton National Park is bordered to the south by the state of Montana and to the west by the continental divide. Waterton is the perfect place to view spectacular scenery and wildlife, spend the night in one of the fabulous hotels overlooking Waterton Lake, and experience a memorable lake cruise along the Canadian/American border.