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Ages 18-39, max of 24 per group
Duration: 5 days
Start time: Check availability
What's not included
- 4 nights accommodation in mixed gender, hostel dorm-style rooms
- Moose Bus transportation
- Services of a professional & fun tour guide/driver
- Paddleboarding on Skaha Lake
- National Park fees
- Meals except as indicated under Inclusions
- Optional activities
- Departure details
- Samesun Vancouver, 1018 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1L5, Canada Please check in at the Moose reception desk in the lobby of Samesun Backpackers. You should arrive 15 min prior to the scheduled departure time of 8:10 am.
- HI Vancouver Jericho Beach, 1515 Discovery St, Vancouver, BC V6R 4K5, Canada Please be ready 15 min prior to the scheduled departure time of 7:30 am.
- HI Vancouver Downtown, 1114 Burnaby St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1P1, Canada Please be ready 15 min prior to the scheduled departure time of 7:50 am.
- Cambie Seymour Hostel, 515 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 3H6, Canada Please be ready 15 min prior to the scheduled departure time of 8:00 am.
- HI Vancouver Central, 1025 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1L4, Canada Please check in at the Moose reception desk in the lobby of Samesun Backpackers, across the street at 1018 Granville. Please be ready 15 min prior to the scheduled departure time of 8:10 am.
- Samesun Banff, 433 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1B4, Canada
- HI Banff Alpine Centre, 801 Hidden Ridge Way, Banff, AB T1L 1B3, Canada
- YWCA, Banff, AB T0L, Canada
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 8160P4
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Minimum age is 18 years
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
- Luggage Restrictions: Each passenger is restricted to one reasonably sized main backpack, bag, or suitcase to be stored in the bus luggage compartment, with a maximum allowable weight of 23kg (50lbs) and maximum linear dimensions (Height + Width + Depth) of 158cm (62in). In addition, each passenger may bring one small daypack that will be carried in the passenger compartment of the bus. Moose reserves the right to refuse to accept luggage that exceeds our weight and/or size restrictions. Moose will not cover any storage costs incurred by the client as a result. If Moose chooses to accept overweight or oversize luggage, we will charge a fee of $50 per bag for overweight/oversize pieces. Note that the decision to accept an overweight/oversize piece can only be made at departure.
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 24 travelers
- If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
- If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
- If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
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- 5-day Rocky Mountains Coho Tour from Vancouver finish Banff cancellation policy: If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. Discover and book 5-day Rocky Mountains Coho Tour from Vancouver finish Banff on Tripadvisor
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Vancouver - Kelowna
Kelowna - Banff
Banff - Rampart Creek
Rampart Creek - Jasper
Jasper - Banff
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Moose Travel Network
Joined in February 2015
#50 of 232 Outdoor Activities in Vancouver
- Alka011100My best weekMoose tour was incredible as much as possible in a short space of time. My trip was unforgettable. There are lots of stops to see the Canadian scenery. It is such excellent value for money when you take into meals, accommodation and activities. Our tour guide Bruno who himself loves nature was amazing, chill, flexible, always helpful and constantly positive. I would definitely recommend traveling with Moose Travel Network
- SparkleMarshmellow00Towards the end it was traumatic due to the threats I received.Many Services which were promised were NOT DELEIVERED and I realized that they had 'Misrepresented' them in the Itinerary, thereby deceiving us. Thus I didn't get what I paid for. When I contacted the Person in Charge via email regarding a certain matter he threatened me and falsely accused me which made me fear for my safety in a foreign country. It was evident that he was racially biased, unprofessional, immature and had anger management issues. I was cheated and add to that was traumatized by his threats. This made the tour very unpleasant towards the end. If you are Asian DO NOT book this tour through this company.
- lerchy201500Moose Pacific Tour was amazing! Highly recommendMoose Pacific tour was amazing! Really enjoyed the 2 weeks with a smaller group around Whistler, Vancouver Island, Kelowna and the Rockies. Our guide Hunter had a great energy and lots of local tips and experiences in most places we visited. It was awesome meeting so many other solo travellers spread out between 18-late 30's! The itinerary is designed so you can fit so many different activities in and the nature and scenery was always incredible. Though some days were long on the bus we had plenty of snack, toilet and stretch legs stops to break it up and were always able to throw on a good playlist. Mike and Hunter went above and beyond numerous time to help with different unforseen situations, were super flexible and patient. Highly recommend Moose to anyone visiting West Canada!
- CMblanca00Mixed feelingsMy experience was good overall. We saw beautiful places and the people I toured with and the guide made it enjoyable. However, there were some discrepancies in what I paid for and what I got that left me feeling scammed. Firstly, the tour was supposed to include 4 breakfasts, but we only received two. The reason provided for this shortfall was the change in accommodation from Samesun to Hi Banff. Interestingly, I actually welcomed this change, as I had an unpleasant experience during our stay at Samesun Kelowna, finding it understaffed and dirty. The most disheartening aspect was the lack of activities on the last day. I was genuinely excited about the Tuckkwiowhum Village, but we didn't do anything on the last day due to a flooding that happened a year ago. There was plenty of time to make alternative arrangements instead of adding fake inclusions to the itinerary. Attempting to reach the tour organizer was frustrating. He was hard to reach and he ignored my concerns regarding the discrepancies in the itinerary. This left me with a bitter aftertaste. You have to sign a waiver on day one that basically says if anything goes wrong, it's all on you. And they also seem to evade accountability for providing what was promised in the tour package.
- andiamo961200Absolutely incredibleI’d definitely recommend Moose to anyone - this tour was incredible and crammed in as much as possible in a short space of time! I met some amazing people from all over the world and had the best time ever on my first solo trip, I absolutely fell in love with Canada. The hostels in Whistler and Jasper are amazing, and the hostel in Banff is also really nice (great breakfast!). The drives never felt too long as we were always stopping at more viewpoints/lakes/waterfalls etc. There are lots of stops to buy food for the day/next day as needed and you can cook yourself at hostels if preferred, though we tended to venture into town to enjoy some of the restaurants and bars. The kayaking in Revelstoke and the Sea to Sky sightseeing flight en route to Whistler were two of my highlights - I’d definitely recommend both! Visiting the stunning blue lakes in Banff was also an unforgettable day, the beauty is just unbelievable. That being said, I do want to highlight some things that could be easily improved. I know it’ll seem like the majority of my review is negative, but I did still have an incredible time - as I said, 5 stars and I would still recommend the company! I just think it’s important to highlight what can be better. - The itinerary hasn’t been updated in over two years. I know this because we were told that the indigenous village we were supposed to visit, as well as the tunnel hiking on the same day, have both been inaccessible for over 2 years due to flooding. This was hugely disappointing as we were looking forward to these visits, and there wasn’t really any appropriate replacement (we just had lunch near a lake instead). We only had 1 free breakfast instead of the 4 listed on the itinerary. We also didn’t get the indigenous dinner in Kelowna as they’re closed on Saturdays… we just went to a chain restaurant instead. Again, really disappointing and with some better planning (e.g., not passing through Kelowna on a Saturday) could have been avoided. The hostels listed are also not all correct - e.g. we only stayed in the HI Banff, not the samesun (this was fine, but good to know in advance!). If the itinerary was accurate, there wouldn’t be any disappointment as people would know what to expect. It doesn’t take long to update a PDF document and the website! - I had two different tour guides for the 2 days in Whistler and the 8 days in the Rockies. They said this isn’t normally what happens, and it wasn’t a big deal, it’s just that the second guide was more of a bus driver than a guide. He didn’t really engage with us at all at first, didn’t take any time to get us talking/introducing ourselves to each other, didn’t point out anything we passed on the road (I know this is difficult when driving and safety always has to come first, but our first guide managed it), didn’t tell us much about the places we visited and overall seemed fairly disinterested. He was a lovely person and towards the end of the tour chatted with us more as we had become more comfortable and talkative with each other, but there definitely wasn’t much of a fun/enthusiastic vibe. The guide for Whistler seemed much happier to be there and really engaged with us throughout. - The bus we had for the Rockies was horrific - it was absolutely boiling hot for parts of the tour through Vancouver and Kelowna, and we had no working AC. As we were a smaller group, they gave us a smaller bus than normal, and we suffered as a result! Even though there weren’t many of us, the forecast clearly showed very hot weather, so they could’ve sent us with the bigger bus and working AC! Being on a bus with huge windows that don’t open and no AC in 35+ degree heat (think: greenhouse) was bordering on unbearable. I don’t want to sound like a Karen, but it really wasn’t safe or enjoyable. I think it’s rare for there to be such a small group for the Rockies - other tours probably didn’t experience this as they had the bigger bus, but the AC does need to be fixed before they take this small bus out again. - At Rampart Creek, our guide cooked a chicken dish for everyone. I’m vegetarian, but I still had to pay $10 into the pot like everyone else even though I bought and cooked my own food and just had a very small amount of the group vegetables. I didn’t want to make a fuss at the time but looking back, it wasn’t really fair. - You have to book activities in Banff yourself by calling the activity centre. I thought this was a bit odd but no big deal, until I checked my phone bill and I’ve accumulated a £40 charge for the call seeing as I have a UK phone number - and yes I was on wifi call, but I was still charged. If moose could consider this in future and book activities on behalf of people, that would be great. - The loss of both the indigenous village visit and the indigenous dinner meant we didn’t visit any sites related to the First Nations people and their culture throughout the 8 days in the Rockies. We visited the cultural centre in Whistler, which was incredible and one of the highlights of my trip, but the vast majority of the tour joined after Whistler so they didn’t get to experience the centre. I think Moose should do more to ensure attendees are educated on the culture, customs and history of the indigenous people - even if it’s just the guide sharing information. - Leaving a beautiful lake in Revelstoke to instead have our ‘picnic’ lunch (that we’d already purchased) at a petrol station with a Starbucks was a very weird choice. - Our guide through the Rockies told us not to buy bottled water as there would be places to refill our bottle, but then failed to mention that on some days every place we visited would have no drinking water. It left us running very low on water sometimes (not good on a very hot bus) so towards the end of the tour we all just ended up buying additional bottled water. That’s all my moaning done - I do think when we’re paying a lot of money some of these things need to be fixed, and I want to make sure Moose is aware of them. Regardless, I had the best time ever and am so glad I did this tour!
- ethanj57500Do it!!Honestly didn’t know what to expect but I created some of my best memories on this tour. Everyone was great and we all went out, ate and drank as one. Terrance, our guide, was amazing. He’s super chilled but also professional and constantly positive. He came out for the drinks and food and I felt like he was one of the gang after a couple days 🍻 Highly recommend and big up Terrance ❤️
- bethanybX4085BM00Amazing tour to meet fellow like-minded travellers!This trip was honestly unforgettable. Our tour guide, Dayton was super friendly and made sure everyone was included and having a good time. We got to see the best of Western Canada and I also made some lifelong friends along the way! 10/10
- anna_kulhankova700Big west 10 days tripI went for the Big west trip for 10 days with Dayton as our guide / driver. I met great people, saw amazing places, took many many pictures and had lot of fun. I can only recommend traveling with Moose Travel Network. Just be prepared for loud music in the tour bus that couldn’t be your cup of tea. And for the additional activities I highly recommend kayaking with Terry (I hope that I remembered his name correctly), his jokes and delicious granola bars.
- GeorgeDance00Everything we need, Everything we wantWe had Dayton on our bus and he was class. Chill, flexible and always encouraging us to have a better time. There was never a dull moment and some great laughs were had. Would definitely consider Moose again.
- fritziekit202200Overall amazing tour! 👏Had a fantastic and awesome trip meeting new friends from different parts of the world. The nature views 😍 were exhilarating, made me speechless in awe 🤩. Our tour guide Bruno was amazing, he tries to accomodate group request activity. I had lots of fun ziplining in Whistler, paddleboarding in skaha lake, kayaking in revelstoke, rafting in jasper, hiking in banff etc.
- camloond00Great tour for solo travelers!Highly recommend for solo travelers! Everyone in our group was solo and by the end we all were close friends. I was worried about joining the tour midway through, but the guides (Lee + Dayton) and other travelers made me feel included. I loved the small bus and tour size (we were around 16 people) because it felt like a group of friends on a road trip where we could make our own decisions about what we wanted to see and do (while also still feeling organized!) My favorite part of the trip was the Banff to Jasper drive along the Icefields Parkway to the overnight in the wilderness hostel, and then the Columbia Icefield the next day. Don't miss those days of the trip if you can! (I think this section is the Athabasca tour--if you only have time for a short trip, that's the one I'd recommend). The scenery was amazing and the night out by the campfire playing guitar and making s'mores was the best! There was a good mix of organized activities and also time to go off on our own and do our own thing. I liked that I didn't have to stay with the tour the whole time and could walk at my own pace/eat where I wanted while also having the choice to join for group dinners and activities when I wanted. The tour group skewed younger, I think ranging from 22-30ish and were all international. Typical hostel dorm rooms for accommodations, so bring a lock for your locker if you plan on bringing anything expensive since sometimes we were mixed in a room with people not on the tour. Nothing super fancy, but everything was clean and nice enough! I had so much fun! Thanks, Moose!
- joelrD4032UD00FantasticMy partner and I only had 2 weeks to cram in the whole of BC. This totally ticked all the boxes. We got to see the highlights and some of the smaller, quieter tourist spots. Steph, our driver, was ace and the people travelling with us made it our most memorable trip so far. We went in August so the attractions were busy which is to be expected. The activities included were great and the hikes were incredible, with Steph as a personal tour guide. We got the accommodation package which was worth the money and totally hassle free. I would recommend Moose Bus to anyone, even if it's simply a day trip.
- Stephanie B00Breathtaking views from the top of Whistler/ BlackcombThis trip was short and sweet. Met a lot of new people from all over the world. A little too short for my liking. We really packed in a lot of sight seeing in only two days.
- Stephanie B00Amazing for individual travelorsMet so many new friends from all over the world. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable of the history of the area. Amazing experience and would do it again in a heart beat!
- Thomas R00Best week of my lifeNo doubt the Caribou was the best week of travelling I've ever had. Pretty much everyone on our tour was travelling solo, and by the end we were all best friends! Keira our tour guide / driver / fount of all knowledge was amazing, anyone who gets her as a guide is really lucky. I'd do it all again tomorrow.
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May 2019 • Couples
Outstanding trip 5/5 Stars!! Amazing scenery through the Canadian Rockies and obvious highlights was Lake Louise and the town of Banff.
Troy the "Tour Leader" was outstanding and I highly recommend Moose travel Network
Troy the "Tour Leader" was outstanding and I highly recommend Moose travel Network
Written June 13, 2019
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