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Vancouver to Vancouver 2

Vancouver to Vancouver 2

This is a 3 week trip adapted to the pace of young children aged between 0 and 6 years old. In 21 days and with a distance of 2.942 km (1.828 miles) this tour will take you along the U.S.-Canadian border to some of Canada's world famous National and Provincial Parks such as Dinosaur, Banff, Yoho and Glacier. Along the way you will find some less known attractions but all of them will make your trip an unforgetable one.
The described tour makes only some suggestions to make it easy to plan you...
This is a 3 week trip adapted to the pace of young children aged between 0 and 6 years old. In 21 days and with a distance of 2.942 km (1.828 miles) this tour will take you along the U.S.-Canadian border to some of Canada's world famous National and Provincial Parks such as Dinosaur, Banff, Yoho and Glacier. Along the way you will find some less known attractions but all of them will make your trip an unforgetable one.
The described tour makes only some suggestions to make it easy to plan your trip. Explore the links and find out more about what to do on the given location. You can always change or fill in your own information notes (when you're logged on). You can also easily change this trip by deleting a stop and choosing another stop on this site.
When you don't have 21 days to spend, it's easy to shorten this trip by deleting some overnight stops.
Keep in mind that the distance of 2.942 km (1.828 miles) is calculated based on the proposed stops. Changing this trip, changes the calculated distance! Also keep in mind that local excursions easily add 1000 km (621,37 miles).
This is a 3 week trip adapted to the pace of young children aged between 0 and 6 years old. In 21 days and with a distance of 2.942 km (1.828 miles) this tour will take you along the U.S.-Canadian border to some of Canada's world famous National and Provincial Parks such as Dinosaur, Banff, Yoho and Glacier. Along the way you will find some less known attractions but all of them will make your trip an unforgetable one.
The described tour makes only some suggestions to make it easy to plan you...

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Rogers Pass Discovery Centre

Take your time to visit this area. Glacier National Park provides just a few easy hikes. When you are here with young children, Loop Brook, Abandoned Rails Trailhead and Glacier House are nice places to stroll around.


Info for this point: Trailhead to Balu Pass. It takes at least 4 hours to hike this trail. Balu Pass is also used by caving groups as a base to explore the Nakimu Caves.
 
Day 18:Driving: From the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre to Mount Revelstoke your estimated driving time is 54 minutes.

While traveling through Rogers Pass, please do not forget to adjust your watch. The time zone is changing from Mountain Time Zone into Pacific Time Zone.