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7-day Rocky Mountains Whistler Tomahawk Tour from Vancouver finish Banff
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7-day Rocky Mountains Whistler Tomahawk Tour from Vancouver finish Banff

This amazing 7 day adventure trip from Canada's west coast rainforest to the Rocky Mountains will leave you breathless! We travel from Vancouver to the alpine playground of Whistler, and on to the glacial peaks in Banff and Jasper National Parks, stopping at incredible sights, and for hiking and swimming along the way. By the time you've finished in Banff, you'll have experienced the major highlights of British Columbia and Alberta. <br><br>Moose tours are designed for 18 to 39 year olds, but we welcome all adventurous travellers that are 18+. <br><br>Note: the Tomahawk is a combination of our Sea to Sky and Coho Passes. Some of your fellow travellers will be continuing back to Vancouver after you finish.
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cherryNewWestminster wrote a review Sep 7
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if you have use a washroom make sure you go before you get there , There are no washrooms until you get to the bottom , over priced
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Raymond wrote a review Sep 2
Los Angeles, California470 contributions67 helpful votes
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Great views but not much to do. I was not really sure what to expect when we headed to this attraction. I was visiting my friends in Surrey & Richmond and they just brought me here. We travelled down the air tram to the other side of the river and the views were awesome! We got to take some really nice pictures.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jo J wrote a review Jul 2020
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As a family of 5 with 3 children over 5 years old, we spent $150. There was a sign saying that fudge and ice cream were not being made on site due to Covid. The air tram was not disinfected at all between people getting on and off. There was nothing available when we got to the ‘attraction’ area we were disappointed to find out that the restaurant was only serving hot dogs, the gift shop was over priced. It’s one of the most expensive washrooms I have ever used. Hells gate is not the attraction it once was and we have been several times before. Big disappointment, not recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Nic wrote a review Oct 2019
Manning Park, Canada11 contributions
Firstly this is a great place to visit and offers a unique view of Hells gate and the Fraser River, me and my girlfriend have been twice and both times it has been very enjoyable. However on our first visit the staff on the tram were moody and offered no talk or information which was disappointing, on our second visit however the girl that took us down on the tram have an informative talk about hells gate and it’s history on the way down which made it an all around more interesting experience. It could be improved by making it a more interpretative experience but it is very cool none the less! I do recommend!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sterling H wrote a review Sep 2019
Chilliwack, Canada8 contributions
Friends from Ontario we’re visiting and this was our last stop during their visit. We printed a discount coupon not the day of our trip and headed out. After driving 1.5 hours we got to the entrance and it was closed. Sign read “CLOSED DUE TO POWER OUTAGE”. The lights were on but nobody was home. Very disappointed that there was no information about a closure on their website. Would have saved us a trip and we could’ve done something else more useful with our time. I sent them an email on their website and it turns out that the link for their contact isn’t working so they didn’t even receive my original complaint. Not happy about their website maintenance. Better phone them before you head out. Never know if they’re open or not.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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