ALBERTA LEGENDARY TOURS
Explore the Alberta Rockies and Beyond with Tour Specialist, David Smith.
FULL DAY TOURS
Banff & Lake Louise
Banff National Park is visited by over 7 million people per year and is one of the most popular & spectacular wilderness destinations in the world. Banff National Park is Canada's first National Park and the third in the world. A definite “must see” for anyone coming to Canada.
Glacier Helicopter Tour
$199/Person (Helicopter Excluded)
Legendary Tours & Icefield Helicopter Tours offers you a chance to experience a mountain and glacier sightseeing trip by motor coach and by helicopter. A sightseeing adventure tour that will take your breath away! This is an adventure trip like no other! Advanced reservations required for helicopter.
Let's head out for the day to one of the most intriguing and spectacular areas in Alberta and perhaps one of the most fascinating in the world. A visit to Calgary and the Canadian Rockies is not complete without a trip to the Drumheller region and a visit to the spectacular Royal Tyrell Museum of Palaeontology. The largest dinosaur museum in the world.
"The Must Do" Rocky Mountain Hike
$169/Person (Includes Mountain Shuttle)
The Sunshine Meadows are known by many as the most stunning alpine setting in the Canadian Rockies and perhaps in the world. Situated at an average elevation of 2220m (7,300'), the meadows straddle the Continental Divide and the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia. Surrounded by some of the Rockies' highest peaks, the unobstructed views are beyond compare.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Join Alberta Legendary Tours on a scenic journey to the native past! We now travel to the World Famous Heritage Site, Head-Smashed-in Buffalo Jump, one of the oldest and most interesting buffalo jumps in North America
$199/Person (Snowcoach & Skywalk Excluded)
Columbia Icefields Glacier
On our tour we will travel on one of the world's most scenic and spectacular mountain highways. Unsurpassed mountain scenery paralleling the Great Divide, including the Columbia Icefields, Bow and Crowfoot Glaciers and Peyto Lake. Grizzly and black bears, moose, caribou and other large wildlife are sometimes seen along our route.
Come experience this mystical place, see the gallery, watch dance & craft demonstrations, eat traditional food, ask questions, and take home a little of our Blackfoot culture with you!