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Western Canada Solo Traveller Motorhome Tour

  • Calgary
  • Banff
  • Radium Hot Springs
  • Fort Steele
  • Fernie
  • Fort Macleod
  • 9 nights from
  • £2,949 per person
  • Trip Code: RV-1378

    • Book by 31st May and SAVE £100 per booking on Motorhome & Escorted Tour Holidays!

Holiday Overview

Embark on a solo traveller motorhome adventure through Western Canada's enchanting landscapes. Begin in Calgary, where city exploration sets the stage for an unforgettable journey. From there, head to Banff, nestled in the heart of the Rockies, where you'll discover iconic sights like Lake Louise and Bow Lake. Then, venture into British Columbia's Kootenay Rockies, where untamed wilderness beckons with towering mountains and winding rivers. Whether hiking through ancient forests or marvelling at cascading waterfalls, this expedition promises a remarkable solo exploration of Western Canada's highlights.

The itinerary below is a suggested route the best part of hiring a motorhome is the freedom of the open road, if you would like a tailormade campsite inclusive itinerary please call our Canada Experts for more details. 

Western Canada Solo Traveller Motorhome Tour includes:

  • Return Flights from the UK
  • 2 Nights Hotel Accommodation in Calgary
  • 8 Nights RV Hire with Linen Kit, Kitchen Kits and Platinum Plus Package
  • Xploring Calgary Bus Tour

Day 1 - Arrive Calgary

Arrive in Calgary Airport and transfer to your downtown hotel for your 2-night stay. 

Featured accommodation

Alt Hotel Calgary East Village

Enhance your experience

Fairmont Palliser


Day 2 - Explore Calgary

Today we have included the Xploring Calgary Bus Tour. Sit back and relax on this 80km XploringCalgary Bus Tour of the city. You will learn the history that set the city's foundation and how it has grown into the robust urban centre that has its roots in Canadian Western culture. A must for any visitor to the city, XploringCalgary Bus Tour will provide an opportunity to view many Calgary attractions and city views. Points of interest include Downtown Calgary, East Village, Inglewood, Stampede Park, Heritage Park, Canada Olympic Park, and more.

Spending the rest of your day at lesuire.  

Featured accommodation

Alt Hotel Calgary East Village

Enhance your experience

Fairmont Palliser

Unmissable Experiences

Calgary Experiences


Day 3 - Calgary to Banff (127km/80miles)

Today pick up your motorhome hire and begin your drive to the Rockies! 

The main campground is at Tunnel Mountain where free shuttles are available to take you into the township. Spend the rest of today and tomorrow exploring Banff and Surrounds. There is no RV parking in downtown Banff.  The Roam buses are a stress-free way to get around and can take you as far as Lake Minnewanka, Moraine Lake, Lake Louise and Johnson Canyon. If you are planning to travel to Moraine Lake or Lake Louise, advance bookings are essential during peak travel season. The Moraine Lake Road may be closed to private vehicles so you need to look at other options for visiting there including biking and organized tours. Speak to our Canada Experts for more details.  Downtown Banff is very walkable. The Banff Gondola and Banff Hot Springs are popular spots as are the Banff Springs Hotel and Bow Falls. 


Day 4 - Banff

Spend today exploring Banff and the surronding area. We recomend enjoying a trip on the Banff Gondola or visiting Banff's top attractions Bow Lake and Lake Minewanka. 

Unmissable Experiences

Banff Experiences


Day 5 - Banff to Radium Hot Springs (136km/85miles)

Hikers should make time to stop as they travel south on Highway 93 to take in some of the 200km of trails sprouting off from the highway. 

Stop at Marble Canyon where a short self-guided nature trail crosses a narrow gorge eroded by the waters of Tokumm Creek. A connector trail from Marble Canyon leads 3.2 km to a cold mineral spring known as the Paint Pots. At the Paint Pots, the iron in the water has seeped into the region’s clay, giving it a vivid orange colour. Continue on to Radium Hot Springs (more informally known as Radium) and named for the hot springs in nearby Kootenay National Park. Take time to dip in the hot springs today or just spend time exploring the area. Radium boasts a number of campgrounds welcoming RVers including the Parks Canada Redstreak Campground. Advance reservations are strongly advised, especially during peak camping season.


Day 6 - Radiuim Hot Springs to Fairmont Hot Springs to Kimberley to Fort Steele (263km/163miles)

Another short drive today giving you plenty of time to explore en route.  Small towns with UK influenced names like Windermere and Invermere are reached by roads sprouting from Highway 93 and are worth a stop.

From Invermere a road leads to Panorama Mountain Resort, a popular winter ski resort, also alive in summer with activities such as ATV tours, scenic flights, trail riding, white water rafting and excellent mountain biking opportunities.  Relax on one of Windermere Lake’s many beaches. Stop in Fairmont Hot Springs - a prime destination for hot springs, golf, and skiing in winter.  Continue on to the mountain town of Kimberley where rich history combines with endless opportunities for adventure. Head underground to discover Kimberley’s humble mining history. Spring through summer offer hiking, rafting, golfing and awesome mountain biking. Stroll through the Platzl, home to the Canada’s largest free-standing cuckoo clock. Continue on to Fort Steele for your overnight stay.


Day 7 - Fort Steele to Fernie (95km/60miles)

Take time to visit Fort Steele Heritage town today before heading to your next stop in Fernie, BC. This town of fewer than 10,000 people really comes alive in the winter when skiers and snowboarders alike flock to Fernie Alpine Resort. Spring through Summer are still busy as mountain biking, boating, fishing, golfing, hiking, rafting and more draw tourists to the city.

Stroll the sidewalks in downtown Fernie and admire the early 1900s rose and gold brick buildings.  Pop in to some unique shops or stop for coffee in a local cafe.  Scenic summer chairlift rides are available on the mountain at Fernie Alphine resort and those who fancy a bit of hiking might enjoy the Ancient Cottonwood Trail or a more sedate walking tour.  There's definitely something for everyone in Fernie so plan to spend a couple of nights here to give you enough time to explore.


Day 8 - Fernie to Fort Macleod (160km/100miles)

Today’s drive takes you over the Crowsnest Pass, the richest archaeological zone in the Canadian Rockies. Sites and relics in this area date back to 1000BC, the oldest relics being stone tools found outside Frank, Alberta. The Pass takes its name from a nearby mountain, possibly referring to the nesting of crows or ravens at the base of the mountain’s peak. Stop in Sparwood – that town with the big green truck. This 1974 Terex Titan is so big that two greyhound buses and 2 pickups can fit into the box. The area has a long history in mining and mine tours are available here in July and August. Take a stroll around the town to admire several murals depicting the town’s railway and mining history before continuing on through Bellevue (another opportunity for a mine tour) to Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump. This UNESCO World Heritage Site preserves and interprets over 6,000 years of Plains Buffalo culture. Plan to spend time here to view the exhibits and learn about the cultural significance of the Buffalo Jump. End your day in Fort Macleod, founded in 1874 by the establishment of a North-West Mounted Police in the town. A re-creation of the Fort now sits approx. three kilometers from its original site and visitors are welcome to experience the NWMP Musical Ride or to participate in their programs. The town itself is often used as a small town set in many box-office movies.


Day 9 - Fort Macleod to Calgary (166km/104miles)

From Fort Macleod, Highway 2 travels through small prairie towns back to Calgary. Stop in Nanton where you’ll be surprised at the number of things to do and see in a town of fewer than 3000 people.Standing proud on the landscape are two preserved grain elevators, a nod to the farming history of the area.  Nanton is home to many antique stores and also to the Bomber Command Museum of Canada celebrating the rich aviation history of Alberta and Canada.  Check out the Nanton Candy Store where your sweet tooth will have you making decisions about what to buy.  Continue on back to Calgary for your final overnight stay before dropping off your RV on Day 10.


Day 10 - Calgary to UK

Today drop your motorhome off on route to the airport for your onward flight home. 

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