• CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAINS HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Canadian Rocky Mountains
The northerly peaks of the Rocky Mountain range, that stretches for thousands of miles vertically through North America from Mexico in the south into Canada, form the border between Canada’s provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. Alberta’s share of the Rockies provide a winter wonderland for thousands of visitors who come to holiday in themore
Columbia icefield helicopter tour warning - smith. Date of travel: Mar 2010
Tourist trap, 30 year-old helicopters flown by 20 year old pilots. The company hires among the lowest experienced pilots of any tour operator in the world, flies old aircraft, jams people in like sardines, and takes them into the most dangerous flight conditions in the world. This tour is not recommended. Scenery is beautiful, safety comes dead last to money, crash history, pilot experience weather conditions make this one a pass. Wind strong enough to literally blow a helicopter over while on the ground, not to mention what winds are like at 9000 ft.
 
Hotels in Canadian Rocky Mountains User Rating
5-Star Hotels
Chateau Lake Louise | * * * * * |
Fairmont Banff Springs | * * * * * |
4-Star Hotels
Delta Royal Canadian Lodge | * * * * * |
Delta Royal Canadian Lodge (Jr. Suite) | * * * * * |
Moraine Lake Lodge | * * * * * |
3-Star Hotels
Caribou Lodge | * * * * * |
Deer Lodge | * * * * * |
Inns Of Banff | * * * * * |
Juniper Inn | * * * * * |
Lake Louise Inn | * * * * * |
Ptarmigan Inn | * * * * * |
2-Star Hotels
Crossing Resort | * * * * * |
Aspen Lodge | * * * * * |
Swiss Village Lodge | * * * * * |
Voyager Inn | * * * * * |