CANADA - BREATHTAKING!!
the only way to describe Canada.
Whether you're in the magnificent Canadian
Rockies of Alberta or the scenic coast and
islands of British Columbia, you can't go
The golf courses are superb — but you're
at a total disadvantage, everywhere you turn
you are confronted with majestic mountain
peaks and spectacular scenery - a definite
BEST OF THE ROCKIES
Day 1 — Arrive
in Calgary, gateway to the Rockies. Make
your way the short distance to Kananaskis
through the scenic Kananaskis River Valley
at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Day 2 — Golf on
one of the two Robert Trent Jones designed
courses, Mt. Kidd or
Mt. Lorette. Both courses
play to over 7,000 yds., but the elevation
helps to shorten them. Between the large
greens, sand traps, water and spectacular
beauty there are enough hazards to challenge
Day 3 — A round
on the course you didn' t play yesterday.
Day 4 — Today travel
northward on the Icefields Parkway. Stop
at Athabasca Glacier where you can board
a snow coach to tour the glacier. Continue
on to Jasper National Park.
Day 5 — Golf Jasper
Park GC, home of the Totem-Pole
Tourney. This beautiful championship course
has some of the most spectacular scenery
in the world.
Day 6 — Depart
this golfing haven and head south to Banff,
Canada's oldest national park. Take the
funicular to the top of Sulphur Mountain
and get a panoramic view of Banff.
Day 7 — Play Banff
Springs GC, considered to be
one of the ten most scenic courses in
the world. This magnificent championship
course is built along the edge of the
River and has three 9-hole courses that
are interchangeable. A true Canadian jewel!
Day 8 — A second
day on the Banff Springs GC.
Day 9 —
Depart Canada for
Day 1 — Drive the scenic highway to Whistler,
world renown for skiing, is becoming a popular golfing destination.
Enjoy the alpine village atmosphere, superb restaurants and
Day 2 — Whistler GC
is your venue today, designed by Arnold
Palmer, it features an appealing and picturesque
layout. This magnificent mountain-high
course is everything a world-class golf
course should be . . . scenic, fun and
Day 3 — Chateau Whistler
GC designed by Robert Trent Jones
Jr., was rated as the best new course
in 1993! Situated on the hillside of Blackcomb
Mountain it may not be particularly long
but the challenges are endless. The true
test is paying attention to your game
with all the stunning panoramas around
Whistler has other top notch golf courses: Nicklaus
North GC, a challenge which promises to be an experience
you' ll enjoy! And Big Sky Golf & CC the
newest addition is receiving high praise.
Day 4 — Depart Whistler for your next
of the Rails -
How to combine British Columbia and Alberta?
Hop on board a train and explore the beauty
and diversity of this vast country, in
total comfort. Choose from two great rail
travel through the heart of the Rockies...
two days, all in daylight. Meander along
the famous routes between Calgary, Banff
or Jasper and Vancouver. Skirt a rainforest,
bridge mighty rivers, cross grassy ranch
land, transcend one mountain chain after
another and stop in Kamloops where you’ll
overnight in a hotel. Choices are ‘Signature
Class’ and the famous ‘Gold
Rail -- is a world-class transcontinental
train service. Board in Vancouver or Jasper
and travel through the spectacular scenery
in VIA Rail’s Canadian ‘Silver&
Blue’ service. Renown for its comfort
and classic Art Deco elegance, not to
mention the domecar which presents 360
degrees of stunning Canadian scenery.
Day 1 — Arrive by
air or board a ferry and cross the Straight
of Georgia to Victoria.
You will be enchanted with this historic
city. Explore the Inner Harbor area, where
the Provincial Museums, and Parliament
Buildings are found. Visit Butchart Gardens,
believed to be the most beautiful in the
Day 2 — Golf Gorge
Vale GC, a testing, well-bunkered
course. At 6,394 yards from the blue tees
this is a short course, but the topography
and trees present significant challenges.
Day 3 — Cordova Bay
GC a championship course is today’s venue.
This former daffodil farm has been the site of the Victoria
Payless Open. The views of the Pacific Ocean and Washington
State' s Mt. Baker make a beautiful and challenging experience.
Day 4 — Depart
Victoria for your next destination.
Other golf in the area: Arbutus
Ridge GC, Olympic View GC and much more.
Day 1 — Arrive in Vancouver, B.C.'
s largest and most cosmopolitan city.
Enjoy Stanley Park, with its famed Rose
Gardens; visit English Bay and the West
End, as well as Robson Square and Granville
Island with its many shops and farmer's
Day 2 — Vancouver
has many challenging courses, today maybe
play one of the two Arnold Palmer designed
championship courses at Northview
GC & CC. They span over 400
acres and include 35 acres of wildlife
Day 3 — A second round of golf today
—try the exciting Swan-e-Set Golf & CC,
built by the legendary Lee Trevino and William Graves. This
subtly contoured landscape with a sweeping view of the Coast
Mountains holds many challenges for all golfers.
Day 4 — Time to
move on to your next venue.
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