Sample Itinerary
Canadian Lakes
Travel to Toronto, Ontario to visit the falls, beaches and enjoy city life. Then fly to Southern Alberta for some of the most beautiful Lakes around for fishing, hiking, canoeing and more.

Approximately 10 days

Spring, Summer and Autumn

From 2 to 5 Star- Lodges, Resorts and Hotels

Toronto, Ontario:

Arrive in Toronto and visit the Rideau Canal, Lake Ontario, Niagara Falls and Gibraltar Point Lighthouse. Be sure to enjoy this city life before heading off into the wilderness on the later part of this trip.

Toronto Beaches:

Be sure to pack your swim suit to visit the Toronto beaches and relax. Also take this opportunity to visit Toronto Island Park, the famous CN Tower, and take a trip out to Georgian Bay for some fishing.

Jasper National Park, Alberta:

Fly out to Southern Alberta to begin some serious fishing! Visit Maligne Lake, famed for the color of its water, the surrounding peaks, the three glaciers visible from the lake and Spirit Island. 

Columbia Icefield, Alberta:

Enjoy a day visiting the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains of North America, located along the border of British Columbia and Alberta.

Banff National Park, Alberta:

Full of beautiful turquise blue, glacial fed lakes. Be sure to take this opportunity to do some fishing, kayaking, canoeing and sightseeing around Peyto Lake, Bow Lake, Bow Summit, Bow Glacier, Hector Lake, Lake Agnes, Lake Louise, and Johnston Canyon. Also relax and enjoy the Hot Springs at the end of your day. 

Vermillion Lakes, Minnewanka Lake and Johnson Lake:

Vermillion Lakes is a series of lakes located immediately west of Banff, they are formed in the Bow River valley at the foot of Mount Norquay. Minnewanka Lake is a glacial lake located in the eastern area of Banff National Park. Both are beautiful sights to enjoy, then be sure to hop on Johnson Lake for more canoeing, fishing and kayaking as if you haven't already had enough on this trip.