Vancouver and Canadian Rockies :
Take a morning stroll around Vancouver’s Stanley Park and you will feel like you are in an evergreen forest, where intricately carved totem poles stand beneath giant Douglas-fir trees. If it’s raining head for the Aquarium to catch a glimpse of the famous Beluga whales; if it’s sunny make for Chinatown #150; the third largest in North America #150; to experience the melting pot that is Vancouver first hand. The Canadian Rockies are Canada’s premier attraction and a must-see destination. Here you can go trekking for days enjoying beautiful mountain scenery, or stay at a luxury lodge surrounded by thick virgin-green forest. From Vancouver’s chilled-out beaches to the awesome Canadian Rockies, this Footprintfocus guide will help you get the best out of your trip.
íÂ· Essentials section with practical advice on getting around.
íÂ· Highlights map of key regions so you know what not to miss.
íÂ· Comprehensive listings including where to eat & sleep, plus where to go canoeing, climbing and skiing.
íÂ· Detailed street maps for Vancouver, Calgary and other important towns.
íÂ· Slim enough to fit in your pocket.
Loaded with advice and information, this concise Footprintfocus guide will help you get the most out of Vancouver & Canadian Rockies without weighing you down.
The content of Footprintfocus Vancouver & Canadian Rockies guide has been extracted from Footprint’s Western Canada Handbook.