Aug 31, 2022 - Sep 10, 2022
Trip Type
By Land

Group Size: Up to 24 guests
Price: Starting from $6,245 per person double occupancy

Activity Level

Trip Overview

One of North America’s great unspoiled wildernesses, the Canadian Rockies offer bountiful rewards for outdoor-loving travelers. While staying in unique mountain lodges, ride in Glacier National Park’s famed Red Jammers, visit cerulean Lake Louise, and set foot on Athabasca Glacier. Amid stunning alpine scenery, it’s a feast for the eyes – and the spirit.

Schedule by Day

  • Aug 31: Depart for Calgary, Canada
  • Sep 1: Calgary/Waterton Lakes National Park/Glacier National Park
  • Sep 2: Glacier National Park
  • Sep 3: Glacier National Park/Whitefish
  • Sep 4: Whitefish, MT
  • Sep 5: Whitefish/Lake Louise – Banff National Park
  • Sep 6: Lake Louise/Jasper
  • Sep 7: Jasper
  • Sep 8: Jasper/Banff
  • Sep 9: Banff
  • Sep 10: Banff/Depart 


Air inclusive (including airline taxes and fees)

From Seattle:

  • $6,541 per person double occupancy
  • $8,236 single occupancy

From Boston:

  • $7,141 per person double occupancy
  • $8,836 single occupancy

Land Only:

  • $6,245 per person double occupancy
  • $7,940 single occupancy


  • One night at Hyatt Regency Calgary, Calgary
  • Two nights at St. Mary Village, St. Mary
  • Two nights at Grouse Mountain Lodge, Whitefish
  • One night at Lake Louise Inn, Lake Louise
  • Two nights at Whistler's Inn, Jasper
  • Two nights at Rimrock Resort, Banff

What to Expect

Activity Level 3

Busy pacing may include multiple hotel changes plus long drives. Full days of touring will include 1-3 miles of walking per day, up to two hours, sometimes during the heat of the day. Travelers will need the ability to get on/off the motorcoach frequently, without assistance.

This trip involves considerable walking on uneven terrain in a natural environment. You should be in good physical condition to enjoy the tour to the fullest. Elevations at hotel locations are not severe, ranging from 3,400 ft. to 5,200 ft. The relatively high altitude reached on two excursions – Columbia Icefields (9,800 ft.) and Going-to-the-Sun Road (6,700 ft.) – could pose problems for guests with certain health conditions. You should consult your personal physician if you have concerns.

Study Leader(s)

Sahand Hormoz, Assistant Professor of Systems Biology

For More Information

Please email or call our office at 800-422-1636 or 617-496-0806.