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O  WONDERFUL   DAYS    •    Hotel,  Meals,  Rooms-Motor  Transport-Sight-seeing.
Two days each, Banff Springs Hotel, Chateau Lake Louise,
Emerald  Lake  Chalet; 126 miles  motoring,  including  general  drive  Banff,  and «   -— j^.
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GLORIOUS   DAYS     •  Hotel, Meals,  Rooms — Motor   Transport — Sight-seeing.
One day Banff Springs Hotel; two days each, Chateau  Lake
Louise and Emerald Lake Chalet; 126 miles motoring, including general drive Banff,
and to Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks; also transfers.    Westbound
from Banff—Eastbound from Field.      All expenses   ........
"§  COLORFUL    DAYS    •   Hotel,  Meals,  Rooms —Motor  Transport — Sight-seeing.
One day each, Banff Springs Hotel, Emerald Lake Chalet; two
days Chateau Lake Louise; 126 miles motoring, including general drive Banff, and £* mm 4%
to Moraine Lake in the Valley of   the   Ten   Peaks;   also   transfers.      Westbound *J> ^ mW
from Banff — Eastbound from Field.      All Expenses        ....... ^0 ^&
ALL   THREE   TOURS   BEGIN   AT   BANFF   OR   FIELD
All are first class in every sense of the word and include transportation
from Banff to Emerald Lake (Field Station) or from Field to Banff.
(To figure your total cost simply add rail and travel charges from your city to Banff or Field)
♦ PAGE TWO ♦ uptime ADVENTURING
IN AMERICA'S MOST MAGIC MOUNTAINS
Intriguing trails lead up to the mountain-
tops from all three resorts at which you stay. Many were
blazed by Indians or the wild life which once roamed
in great herds. Man has added spectacular features.
You can pack a lunch and be gone for the day or you
can make frequent short sallies.   It is grand fun!
• Swimming At Banff and Lake Louise swimming in beautiful Roman pools is a favorite pastime.
Banff offers either warm sulphur or clear cool waters and
Lake Louise boasts an outdoor pool framed in a horseshoe setting of snow-topped mountains that exalts
swimming to its most thrilling plane. At both resorts
you may loll on the grass terrace to soak in the vital rays
of mile-high sunshine.
• Motoring Because these are essentially Motor
Tours, it is important to know that the buses used are
modern, big, comfortable, with tops that open up to the
brilliant sunshine, with drivers who act as your personal
guides, explaining the natural wonders as you go and
affording the definite advantage of intimate introductions to all that is interesting and famous.
Days Should you plan your trip to
coincide with the annual Indian Days at Banff, you will
be treated to one of the most colorful sights on the Continent. Several hundred Indians in native costume, all
on horseback, journey to Banff for their Annual Pow-
Wow. They are Stoney Indians from nearby reservations.
And theirs is a show worth seeing!
The facilities for riding are exceptional:
fine ponies, sky-sloping trails, competent guides.
Cantering along tree-embowered mountain trails you are
amazed at the many varieties of beauteous flowers and
grasses, abounding on every side. If you are fortunate
enough to take the four-day Annual Trail Ride over the
Top of the World, you will get the thrill of a life-time I
Thrilling Motoring. . , Stupendous Scenery,.. World-Traveled
Companions * . . The Utmost in
ety . . . Grandeur * . . New
erience
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• A complete adventure in the heart of
two great National Parks! The three resorts are the high spots of the whole
region — as different as you could imagine — ranging from the palace-like grandeur of Banff Springs to the quiet charm
of Chateau Lake Louise and the Swisslike Chalet-Bungalows of Emerald Lake.
The whole purpose of the tours is to introduce you to these resorts so that you
will want to come back and stay. You
can be sure you will receive only the best
of everything, everywhere! And you will
have lots of time to enjoy the unrivalled
facilities for fun and recreation.
• 7#nrt/$ Banff Springs boasts some of the finest, fastest
clay courts in resort-land. And tennis really should be
played in the mountains! One never seems to tire . . . The
scenery itself is restful . . . The air is so peppy. No wonder
tennis is so popular up there. Be sure to bring along your
racquet
You can also add fishing to the thrills
at Banff. The waters have been abundantly stocked with
mountain trout. . . Depend upon it they will put up a good
fight — and if you want some fast-action fun, come prepared!
♦ PAGE THREE  ♦ Wkere to Go
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• The roads are wide, firm, clean. They wind for miles along the valley
of the rippling, sometimes-roaring, Bow River. Great trees frame majestic
views. The play of lights and shadows on the sparkling snow and minerals
in the rocky mountain slopes is like an unending symphony.
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• The Valley of the Ten Peaks
is especially thrilling. Easy to see
why they call this imposing region
the Rockies I
• Glance at the map opposite and you will get the
idea in a hurry... You see it all! Your 126-mile route
is through the very heart of this mile-high playground.
Deer scamper before you. Sure-footed mountain
goats stand sentinel-like on their rocky perches and
gaze at you in amazement... Rocky Mountain black
bears are inevitable . . .You pause at the Great
Divide, famous Kicking Horse Pass . . . Circle sublime Mt. Stephen, watch torrential falls pounding
down the sides of rocky cliffs, muse in the coolness of
great cathedral glens . . . And when the tour is over
you know your Canadian Rockies!
• Up the Yoho Trail . . . with clear
views of giant crags shooting up three,
four, five thousand feet above you. .. And
up on the peaks Alpinists are climbing
sky-ward led by a Swiss guide.
Lots of "curve ahead" signs. Lots of winding
ups and downs — but every view is different and
every bend in the road opens up new wonders. Be
sure to have your camera handy!
♦ PAGE FOUR ♦ ITINERARIES
SIX  WONDERFUL DAYS
FIVE GLORIOUS DAYS      FOUR COLORFUL DAYS
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
6th Day
7th Day
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
6th Day
7th Day
WESTBOUND
$70
Ar. Banff, A. M.
Transfer to Banff
Springs Hotel.
Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Banff Springs Hotel. Mea's and Lodging. General Drive around Banff, 10.00
A.M., or 1.30 P.M.
Breakfast. Lv. Banff Springs Hotel, 9.00
A.M. Motor to Chateau Lake Louise.
Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging. Visit to Moraine Lake and
return, or Pony Trip, 10.00 A.M., 1.30 or
4.00 P.M.
Breakfast. Lv. Chateau Lake Louise,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Emerald Lake
Chalet.  Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
Lake   Chalet.   Meals   and
At   Emerald
Lodging.
Breakfast.   Lv.     Emerald     Lake    Chalet,
12.40 P.M.   Motor to Field Station.
• EASTBOUND
Ar. Field Station, A.M. Transfer to Emerald
Lake Chalet.   Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Emerald Lake Chalet. Meals and
Lodging.
Breakfast. Lv. Emerald Lake Chalet,
9.15 A.M. Motor to Chateau Lake
Louise.   Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging. Motor to Moraine Lake and
return, or Pony Trip, 10.00 A.M., 1.30 or
4.00 P.M.
Breakfast. Lv. Chateau Lake Louise,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Banff Springs Hotel.
Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Banff Springs Hotel. Meals and
Lodging. General Drive around Banff,
10.00 A.M., 1.30 P.M.
Breakfast—Lunch. Lv. Banff Springs Hotel,
1.45 P.M.   Transfer to Banff Station.
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
6th Day
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
6th Day
WESTBOUND
$60
Ar. Banff, A.M.
Transfer to Banff
Springs Hotel.
Lunch — General    Drive   around   Banff,
1.30 P.M., Dinner —Lodging.
Breakfast — Lunch. Lv. Banff Springs
Hotel, 4.00 P.M. Motor to Chateau Lake
Louise. Dinner — Lodging.
At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging. Motor to Moraine Lake and
return, or Pony Trip, 10.00 A.M., 1.30 or
4.00 P.M.
Breakfast. Lv. Chateau Lake Louise,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Emerald Lake
Chalet.   Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At   Emerald
Lodging.
Breakfast.    Lv.     Emerald     Lake    Chalet,
12.40 P.M. Motor to Field Station.
• EASTBOUND
Ar. Field Station, A.M. Motor to Emerald
Lake Chalet.   Lunch — Dinner—Lodging.
At   Emerald   Lake   Chalet.   Meals   and
Lodging.
Breakfast. Lv. Emerald Lake Chalet,
9.15 A.M. Motor to Chateau Lake
Louise.   Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging. Motor to Moraine Lake and
return, or Pony Trip, 10.00 A.M., 1.30
and 4.00 P.M.
Breakfast. Lv. Chateau Lake Louise,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Banff Springs Hotel.
Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
Breakfast. General Drive around Banff,
10.00 A.M. Lunch. Lv. Banff Springs
Hotel 1.45 P.M.   Transfer to Banff Station.
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
Lake   Chalet.   Meals   and 5^ £)ay
1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
WESTBOUND
$50
Ar. Banff, A.M.
Transfer to Banff
Springs Hotel.
Lunch. General  Drive around Banff, 1.30
P.M.   Dinner—Lodging.
Breakfast. *Lv. Banff Springs Hotel,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Chateau Lake
Louise.   Lunch — Dinner —Lodging.
*At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging. Motor to Moraine Lake and
return, or Pony Trip. 10.00 A.M., 1.30
and 4.00 P.M.
Breakfast — Lunch. Leave Chateau Lake
Louise, 2.30 P.M. Motor to Emerald Lake
Chalet.   Dinner — Lodging.
Breakfast. Lv. Emerald Lake Chalet,
12.40 P.M.   Motor to Field Station.
^Departure from Banff Springs Hotel is
optional for either second or third day
• EASTBOUND
Ar. Field Station, A.M. Motor to Emerald
Lake Chalet.  Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
Breakfast. Motor to Chateau Lake Louise
9.15 A.M. Lunch — Dinner — Lodging.
Motor to Moraine Lake and return, or
Pony Trip, 1.30 or 4.00 P.M.
*At Chateau Lake Louise. Meals and
Lodging.
Breakfast. *Lv. Chateau Lake Louise,
9.00 A.M. Motor to Banff Springs Hotel.
Lunch — Dinner — Lodging. General
Drive around Banff, 1.30 P.M. or 10.00
A.M., following day.
Breakfast—Lunch. Lv. Banff Springs Hotel,
1.45 P.M.   Transfer to Banff Station.
^Departure from Chateau Lake Louise is
optional for either third or fourth day.
♦ PAGE FIVE ♦ EXCEPTIONALLY LOW SUMMER
RAIL FARES BRING BANFF-LAND
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True, Banff-land is another world
yet it is a world only a relatively few
hours away from you . . . if you live
anywhere in North America.
The main line of the Canadian Pacific
transcontinental route passes through
the very heart of this famous playground. Many of the important railway
systems of the United States make connections with fine trains to Banff.
jf you will study the adjacent map for
Just a few moments you will be able to
judge your distance in hours.
Should you care to break your journey
at interesting cities en route, you will
find intermediate railways most considerate regarding stop-overs and most
anxious to co-operate with you.
There are, this season, innovations in
new low rail fares . . . these tend to
make the distance even shorter in terms
of dollars.
The trip itself is most enjoyable. You
enjoy complete changes in scenery:
from prairie lands to^ rolling hills to giant
mountains. It is a liberal education in
American Life and definitely widens
your horizons.
Canadian Pacific transcontinental trains
have modern conveniences, courteous
employees, and a standard of service
famous throughout the world which
must be experienced to be thoroughly
appreciated.
Indeed, all roads lead to Banff!
♦ PAGE SIX ♦
♦ PAGE SEVEN  ♦ Social Capital and Outdoor
Paradise of North America!
• The picture tells the story... and it is
magnificent... Banff Springs Hotel nestles
in the setting as though its existence had
been planned from the beginning of time
. .. every view is worthy of a frame. Great
mountains on ail sides. The winding Bow
River in the foreground, its green valley
providing spectacular fairways for the
famous golf course, lends a glorious restful
touch and leads the eyes naturally to the
snow-crowned skyline of the mountain
tops . . .
And in such a setting every sport is provided
at its best: golf, tennis, fishing, riding, climbing, motoring, swimming. Social life is gay
and eventful. Dancing in the great ballroom is heavenly, and all life is lived in a
happy tempo of rest and adventure. You'll
love Banff, no doubt about that!
SWIMMING
POOL
©Associated
Screen News
SWIMMING AT BANFF
* Immediately in front of Banff
Springs Hotel this warm sulphur
pool enjoys a view of the Bow
Valley as seen above, has an
excellent lawn terrace where
swimmers may loll in the sun,
and is unquestionably one of the
most popular of all pastimes.
CLOSE-UP OF THE BOW
VALLEY
* This insert taken from the Bow
Valley side of Banff Springs Hotel
serves to magnify the splendor of
the hotel's location. Et is the valley
as you see it from the hotel. The
other larger view, shown above, is
taken from high up on a mountain
back of the hotel. Two views to
give you one grand ideal
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♦ PAGE EIGHT ♦ Incomparably Beautiful.
Color Contrasts
Utmost in the Unusual!
• The views shown here are both from
the lawn in front of the Chateau. Here
Alpine poppies bloom in profusion.
Here in these mirror waters earth and
sky are reflected in ever-changing
colors as though some master stage hand were
experimenting with colored spotlights... Here
people are thrilled to rest.
At the right of these views is a magnificent
glass-walled swimming pool built in the Roman
manner. It is impossible to imagine a more
spectacular setting. On all sides intriguing
trails lure you to the mountain tops.   Swiss
WSimk
guides and cowboy guides lend local color as
they come and go with their parties.
The Chateau itself is exquisitely charming . . .
with a continental atmosphere. It is the centre
of a very real social life. Dancing in its royal
ballroom is magic indeed ! See it... live it...
and ever after whenever you use the word
"lovely" you will think of Lake Louise!
♦ PAGE NINE ♦ Sanctuary in the Mountain Wilds
Peaceful... Beautiful... Like an
Adventure in far-off Switzerland
m Emerald Lake is included in the All-Expense
tours because it gives you an altogether different picture of life in the Canadian Rockies.
Many find it a most valuable experience of the
tours because life here is necessarily more
intimate and informal.
The community is like a charming little Swiss
village with twenty-nine cozy little individual
cabins, a large central Chalet where meals are
served and where the guests gather around a
large open fireplace at eventide.
The lake is as gem-like as  its  name.    It  has
its moods of change and definite charm. Its waters provide
excellent trout fishing and good boating fun.
Because this settlement is so definitely in the wilds its chief
activities are riding and climbing. Trails lead away in all
directions and you have time on these tours to pack a lunch
and be off to the peaks!
Life here is care-free to an unusual degree and the spirit
of outdoor adventure captures all who linger ...
♦ PAGE TEN ♦ • Trans-Atlantic
Air-line route to Europe . . . Frequent sailings via the
short St. Lawrence Seaway from Montreal and Quebec (summer) . . . Saint John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S. (winter) . . .
to British and Continental ports . . the majestic "Empress
of Britain" and other great "Empress," "Duchess" and
"Mont" ships of the CANADIAN PACIFIC fleet set new
standards of Trans-Atlantic service.
Trans-Canada
Rail . . . Fast passenger and freight services cover Canada
from coast to coast;  coastal and inland steamships.
Hotels ... A chain of comfort from Atlantic to Pacific ...
Sixteen hotels in leading cities and resorts, including Chateau
Frontenac, Quebec; Royal York, Toronto; Banff Springs;
Empress Hotel, Victoria . . . Nine chalet-bungalow camps
in the Canadian Rockies and at Ontario fishing resorts.
Telegraphs and Express . . . owned and operated by the
CANADIAN PACIFIC . . . throughout Canada . . .
world-wide connections.
Trans-Pacific
Regular sailings from Vancouver and Victoria to Honolulu,
Japan, China, Manila.
Direct Express Route to Orient  .   .   . swift sister ships>
" Empress of Asia" and " Empress of Russia" . .  .Yokohama
in 10 days flat!
Via Honolulu   .   .   . The mighty "Empress of Japan" and
her running mate "Empress of Canada"   make Honolulu in
5 days, Yokohama in just 8 days more.
South Seas   .   .   . Canadian Australasian Line fast modern
liners to Honolulu, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia.
• Round-the-World
Annual World-Cruise on celebrated "Empress of Britain,"
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Atlanta, Ga	
Banff, Alta	
Boston, Mass	
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Chicago, 111	
Cincinnati, Ohio. . .
Cleveland, Ohio. . .
Dallas, Texas	
Detroit, Mich	
Edmonton, Alta.. ..
Fort William, Ont.
Guelph, Ont	
Halifax, N.S	
Hamilton, Ont	
Honolulu, T.H. . . .
Juneau, Alaska. . . .
Kansas City, Mo. .
Ketchikan, Alaska.
Kingston, Ont	
London, Ont	
Los Angeles, Cal...
Milwaukee, Wis. . .
Minneapolis, Minn
Montreal, Que	
Moose Jaw, Sask....
Nelson, B.C	
New York, N.Y	
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Peterboro, Ont	
Philadelphia, Pa	
Pittsburgh, Pa	
Portland, Ore	
Prince Rupert, B.C. .
Quebec, Que	
Regina, Sask	
Saint John, N.B	
St. Louis, Mo........
St. Paul, Minn	
San Francisco, Cal. . .
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Seattle Wash	
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Skagway, Alaska	
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Toronto, Ont	
Vancouver, B.C...
Victoria, B.C	
Washington, D.C.
Windsor, Ont	
Winnipeg, Man...
Antwerp, Belgium. . . .
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Bristol, England	
Brussels, Belgium	
Dublin, Ireland	
Glasgow, Scotland . . . ,
Hamburg, Germany. .
Liverpool, England . ..
London, England	
Manchester, England..
Paris, France	
Rotterdam, Holland . . .
Southampton, England
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GOOD THE WORLD OVER
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These resorts are not included as stopping places on the tours because the
facilities are not sufficient to accommodate great numbers of guests. But for
those who take the tours and want to include this type of adventure it is
readily available through means of the liberal stop-over privileges and the
cost is extremely moderate. If you're interested be sure to ask for full
information about the Chalet-Bungalow Campsl
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♦ PAGE TWELVE ♦
■ Alluring kUrimHSl Tours
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