Women’s Golf and Travel is excited to offer a 2019 Canadian Rockies golf trip to include breathtaking scenery and golf include a multi-city itinerary within the Alberta province of Canada, including: Calgary, Kananaskis, Banff, and Canmore. The itinerary includes 5 rounds of spectacular golf and breathtaking scenery in the midst of the Canadian Rocky mountains. We have planned some exceptional excursions of your choosing to include the Johnston Canyon, Moraine Lake, Lake Louise and Banff National Park and the Columbia Ice-fields and even a Glacier Adventure. Ride the Gondola up Sulphur Mountain, stroll the shops in Banff village, or opt for extra rounds of golf.
We are truly looking forward to touring with you on this stunning golf and sightseeing trip through the Canadian Rockies!
Starts at $4100
June 12 - 20, 2019
22 spots available only
Transportation throughout the trip
Escorted trip by Women’s Golf and Travel Guide
Welcome Dinner and Guest Gift
9 Days / 8 nights Canadian Rockies Golf and Sightseeing Tour
Lodging 4 – 5 star
Breakfast included daily where indicated
Resort Fees and Taxes
5 Rounds Championship Golf
Golf Carts included for all rounds
Range Balls included for all rounds
Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course, Kananaskis Country Golf Course,
Silvertip Golf Resort, Stewart Creek Golf and Country Club,
Banff National Park Entrance Fees
Optional spectacular excursions** including Banff’s Gondola ride, Johnston Canyon, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Columbia Ice Fields and Glacier Adventure
Farewell Dinner and Award Ceremony
Meals and Alcoholic Beverages not specified
Costs of Excursions*
Costs of Additional Golf Rounds*
Items of personal nature
$ 4100/per person (double-occupancy)*
$ 5340/person (single occupancy)*
25% deposit of full package price is due at time of booking. Balance due 90 days prior to travel.
Please note: All rates are subject to change based on currency fluctuation until deposit is received. 25% deposit is non-refundable.
The Rimrock Resort Hotel is a AAA/CAA Four Diamond Hotel located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and Banff National Park. The Rimrock Resort Hotel offers exceptional views of the Canadian Rockies, fine dining, a relaxation spa and special accommodation packages to suit your vacation needs. Whether a weekend away or a trip of a lifetime; with our unmatched style and superb hospitality, the Rimrock Resort Hotel is a very special place for a truly memorable experience.
BLACKSTONE MOUNTAIN LODGE
Located 20 minutes from Banff National Park in Canmore, Alberta, Blackstone Mountain Lodge offers luxurious hotel rooms, one, two and three bedroom suites. Hotel amenities include a year-round heated outdoor pool and two hot tubs, a modern fitness centre, heated underground parking, meeting and event space and Wi-Fi throughout the resort. Our outdoor courtyard features a BBQ area with stunning views of the surrounding Canadian Rockies.
In the front range of the Canadian Rocky Mountains lies Crosswaters Resort, situated one west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; a modern oasis of well-being. Sweeping scenes from Mountain View Rooms, allow guests to fully take in the awe-inspiring landscape of the Canadian Rockies. Partnering with the Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge, guests can choose from five unique food & beverage outlets inspired farm-to-table options, and take advantage of the Kananaskis Nordic Spa on weekends. Crosswaters Resort offers everything needed for whole body wellness experience.
“A Club filled with history, pride and a beautiful surrounding, the Canmore Golf Club was established in 1926, constructed and funded by the residents of Canmore. The Curling Club joined the Golf Club in 1988 and since, we have been known as the Canmore Golf & Curling Club. Our mission is to provide and maintain the best quality golf and curling opportunities for all our members and visitors at a reasonable and affordable cost. We strive to provide services that will exceed the expectations of our customers. The beauty of the Canmore Golf & Curling Club and the surrounding mountains make for an ideal golf getaway, curling bonspiel, corporate function, and/or private booking. Regardless of the occasion, we have facilities that will contribute to a rich, enjoyable, and memorable experience for you and your group, including the best patio in town!”
“Les Furber, renowned designer of golf courses worldwide, is the master craftman behind Silvertip’s world class golf experience. With over 600 feet of dramatic elevation change, Silvertip Resort is an astonishing course rested on the sunny side of the Bow Valley at the entrance of Banff National Park. Playing up to 7,200 yards depending on tee placement, it’s a course that allows both scratch golfers and recreational players to enjoy the course and hone their skills in the beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The 600 acres of Silvertip Resort are perched on the benchlands of Mount Lady MacDonald and are saturated in sunshine; all in a resort that can be easily accessed in less than an hour from Calgary. Silvertip Resort sacrifices nothing at this world class caliber facility.”
“Wherever golf ranks on your list of passions, high mountain courses are among the most spectacular and rewarding golf experiences in the world. The pinnacle of Canada’s mountain golf is Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club, consistently rated among the best golf experiences in the country. Few golf courses in North America can boast its spectacular combination of setting, extraordinary vistas and naturally sculpted fairways. Designed by Canadian Golf Architect Gary Browning in 2000, it continues to be a favourite among returning guests, and a discovered jewel for new visitors. With breathtaking views of the Three Sisters, Cascade, Pigeon and Ha Ling Mountains, Stewart Creek is a course that no one who has had the opportunity to experience will soon forget.
To some, it’s a pastime; to others, a way of life. Wherever golf ranks on your list of passions, high mountain courses are among the most spectacular and rewarding golfing experiences. The pinnacle of Canada’s mountain golf is Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club, consistently rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. Few golf courses in North America boast its spectacular combination of setting, extraordinary vistas and naturally sculpted fairways.”
“Rested in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course (Stanley Thompson 18) is an engaging course with a challenging layout and stunning panoramic vistas in every direction. Seasoned golfers and amateurs alike are consistently amazed with the manicured conditions and stunning backdrops that the Bow River and snow-capped peaks of Sulphur Mountain and Mount Rundle create. Master golf course architect, Stanley Thompson, designed the original 18 holes of Fairmont Banff springs in 1928. The 18-hole championship course was expanded in 1989 by adding another 9 holes, creating 27 holes of high caliber championship golf.”
Offering one of the most spectacular and accessible destination golf experiences in Alberta, Kananaskis Country Golf Course is the location of world-class yet easy-going mountain golf. Whether it’s your first visit and you’ve never set foot on a golf course before, or it’s your fiftieth and you know our 36 holes like the back of your hand, you’ll feel right at home from the moment you arrive. More than 30 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
Golfing paradise in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, less than an hour’s drive from either Calgary or Banff. Since opening in 1983, Kananaskis Country Golf Course has been recognised as one of the Canada’s premier golf destinations – and we’re back and better than ever, newly restored for the 2018 season.
With six stunning mountain ranges and the sweep of the Bow Valley before you, views from the Sulphur Mountain summit are nothing short of breathtaking. And there’s much more to discover in a state-of-the-art building that will heighten your senses at every turn.
Why not start with a walk along the Sulphur Mountain Boardwalk to learn more about Canada’s first national park? Or perhaps go indoors to sample from three delicious restaurant menus. Then get hands-on in our world-class interpretive centre and theatre. Included in your gondola ticket is admission to the new multi-sensory Above Banff Theatre. Soar over the Canadian Rockies from the perspective of a fierce bird of prey: the bald eagle. Experience the true power of Mother Nature as you witness some of Banff’s ever-changing weather systems.Unparalleled views provide a unique opportunity to capture photos of the Banff townsite and six mountain ranges. Visit on Friday or Saturday evening for a spectacular stargazing experience.
COLUMBIA ICE FIELDS & GLACIER ADVENTURE
Your adventure begins with a ride onto the Athabasca Glacier in an all-terrain Ice Explorer—a massive vehicle specially designed for glacier travel. On this thrilling trip, an experienced driver-guide will share a wealth of fascinating information about glaciers and their impact on our environment.The grand finale to this experience is a stroll on the Glacier Skywalk: a cliff-edged walkway where giant glaciers perch above you and the spectacular Sunwapta Valley spreads out below.
The Glacier Skywalk experience features waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more on an exciting 1-kilometre walkway that leads to a platform where glass is all that separates you from a 918-foot drop. The walk is presented in an interpretive storytelling format that will leave you feeling connected to a natural world that few travelers experience.
Carved steeply into the limestone bedrock by thousands of years of water erosion, the dramatic Johnston Canyon is a must-visit natural attraction in Banff National Park. Overhanging canyon walls, waterfalls, the deep pools of Johnston Creek, and lush forest are sure to leave a memorable impression. And it can all be experienced via an an easy hike along smooth trails and catwalks, making it ideal for families and people of all fitness levels and ages.
Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular destinations in Banff National Park, and for good reason; it is a place of dramatic natural beauty accessible to most. It is particularly popular during the summer and at certain times of the winter. If you seek a more peaceful experience, try visiting Johnston Canyon during the spring and fall, or make the most of the long summer days by going in the early morning or mid evening.