The Rockies and Ranchlands Circle Tour is an amazing opportunity to discover exactly why BC and Alberta are so famous for their scenery and history.

The trip begins in Calgary, where travellers can drive by ranching communities, discover Spruce Meadows, and pass through some of the small towns like Black Diamond. This first part of the route will lead travellers to the Town of High River. 

Stage two of the trip allows travellers to be mesmerized by the prairie lined highway and rolling valleys. This road will lead travellers to the historic Head-Smashed-in-Buffalo-Jump, a preserved area now used to teach guests about hunting methods that were used by early First Nations people. 

The third stage leads travellers through the breathtaking Waterton Lakes National Park. This area is home to days worth of activities and is a short driving distance from the Town of Pincher Creek. 

Stage 4 and 5 provide travellers with breathtaking Rocky Mountain views and the peaceful landscapes of British Columbia. Travellers will also drive through the beautiful City of Fernie, surrounded by mountains and its own fantastic ski hill. This stage of the Circle Tour drives into Fort Steele Heritage Town. Fort Steele Heritage Town offers its visitors the chance to see what life in the late 1800’s was like, with attractions such as horse-drawn waggons. Fort Steele Heritage Town is only a short drive from the City of Cranbrook.

The final two stages of the circle tour bring guests by the relaxing and beautiful hot springs in Fairmont and Radium. After this, the journey back to Calgary is completed with a scenic trip through the world-famous mountain towns of Banff and Canmore.

The Rockies and Ranchlands Circle Tour is an unforgettable experience and a fantastic way to see some of the most beautiful spots in Western Canada.