Canadian Pacific Fly Fishing Tours
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CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL FLY-FISHING ADVENTURE
The premier fly-fishing adventure in the World! Hone your skills and test your finest flies as you explore pristine trout fishing rivers teeming with cutthroat, brown, rainbow and
bull trout, in the heart of the Rocky Mountain wilderness. Relax in the comfort of the most luxurious train in the world as the remote Canandian wilderness passes right outside your window - can life get any better?
This luxury vacation is six days/five nights beginning and ending in Calgary, Alberta.
2013-2014 Royal Fly-Fishing Adventure Package Price - Call for custom pricing
2013 Canadian Pacific Fly Fishing Tour highlights:
At the gateway to the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta’s Crowsnest Pass are some of the best fly-fishing rivers in North America. The Oldman River and its tributaries form the major drainage system in this region. The Crowsnest, Livingston and Castle rivers all feed into the Oldman, along with miles of smaller waterways, making this area a small stream paradise. Widely acknowledged as the most diverse fly-fishing destination in North America, the rivers, streams and floatable tail waters abound with trout of all descriptions: brown, bull, rainbow and alpine cutthroat. Our expert guides provide you with an exclusive an exceptional fly-fishing experience, on, in and alongside the hidden waters of this fisherman’s dream come true.
An area of pristine Canadian wilderness, British Columbia’s Elk Valley is home to an abundance of wildlife. The Elk River offers up an ample population of bull and western slope cutthroat trout. Renowned for its dry-fly fishing, the Elk River can be accessed by drift boat or by “walk and wade” on and in it’s many tributaries.
Incredible scenery, secluded waters and a wide range of fishing opportunities await you in the southeast Kootenay Mountains. Glacier-fed rivers and bubbling alpine streams are home to numerous species, including cutthroat, rainbow and bull trout. Both the St. Mary and Bull rivers are located in this region, along with many other small streams full of fish awaiting your cast.
Yoho National Park and the Spiral Tunnels
The name “Yoho” comes from a native American Cree word meaning amazement. From your unique vantage point aboard the Royal Canadian Pacific, the rock walls and waterfalls of this beautiful park in the Western Rocky Mountain range are sure to be a highlight and the subject of many spectacular photographs. Enjoy the views from an open air vestibule as the train climbs through Kicking Horse Pass. This pass was one of the biggest challenges to the building of the transcontinental railroad, now demonstrating the ingenious engineering feat known as the “Spiral Tunnels” which have allowed safe rail movement through the pass since 1909.
Banff National Park
One of the world’s most popular destinations, Banff is renowned for it’s beauty, scenery, and wildlife. Originally set aside as a 10-square-mile reserve around the hot springs discovered at Sulphur Mountain in 1883, Banff National Park has grown to encompass more than 2,500 square miles of protected wilderness. Among the many towering peaks you will see as you travel through the park are the stunning mountains Victoria, Temple, Castle, Rundle and Cascade.
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