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CANADIAN
ROCKIEJ
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Summer Tours
in Canada
"CO tllC reSldCntS Of the paCifiC CoaSt the vacational potentialities of British
Columbia and the Canadian Rockies are distinctively advantageous. The ease
and convenience with which one may reach these delightful summer playgrounds
— by motor, train or steamship —going from one interesting point to another,
with new travel thrills daily, all contribute to make your tour a most complete
vacation. The purpose of this booklet is to bring to you, by word and picture,
the great diversity of the many delightful tours, recreational possibilities and
scenic splendor unequalled on the continent. Your own motor car will carry
you over the fine highways shown on the accompanying strip maps. Every
transportation convenience is available to those who do not
prefer motoring, the excellent train service provided by
the Canadian   Pacific  Railway,  and  the   great  fleet of
"Princess" liners and modern ferry boats in daily opera- f*$
tion. Complete details, special itineraries and reservations
will be gladly furnished by your nearest Canadian
Pacific office:
SEATTLE     .       .       .       .       1320 Fourth Avenue
PORTLAND   .       .       . .'•    .   626 S. W. Broadway
TACOMA 1113 Pacific Avenue
SAN FRANCISCO    .       .       .      152 Geary Street
LOS ANGELES .      .   .   621 South Grand Avenue
VICTORIA, B. C.    .       .    1102 Government Street
VANCOUVER, B. C .    . 434 Hastings Street West
maJahat Drive
Vancouver Jsland
Canadian Pacific Hotels
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JfaCinjg the Jliner ItoUor of Victoria is the Empress Hotel, famous the world
over for its luxury and comfort —its hospitality and charm. The great lobby,
conservatory and rotunda radiate a spirit of graciousness and warmth. The
five hundred  and seventy  beautifully  appointed  rooms  include  a  number
of luxurious suites. In the spacious dining room, where music and dancing are
featured, the service and cuisine are unexcelled, and most reasonable prices
prevail. The ivy-covered Empress, surrounded by velvety lawns, beautiful trees
and gardens is one block from the Pariia- ________™__^^
ment buildingsandgrounds.lt is just a
step to Crystal Gardens, the largest ~x/
warm   salt-water  natatorium  on   the
Coast, whose features include also a
large dance floor, badminton court, tea
garden and promenade. With all its
comforts  and  luxuries,  rates  at  the
Empress are as low as $3.50 per day,
European plan.
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Hotel Vancouver
HThlS ©IStingUiShed fLOtel is the social and business center of metropolitan
Vancouver. Located immediately across from the formal garden of the Court
House, close to many interesting shops and places of amusement, the Hotel
Vancouver with its warm hospitality is the rendezvous of travelers from all over
the world. From the large, beautifully furnished rooms and suites your view
includes Vancouver Harbor and distant mountains, Stanley Park and Marine
Drive. The rose-garlanded roof garden, where you may lounge or enjoy afternoon tea, affords fa sweeping view
of the mountains, harbor, business
and residential sections of Vancouver.
It is another feature much appreciated
by the many guests. In the beautiful
dining room, and the Spanish Grill
with its dinner dances, the service and
cuisine is typically Canadian Pacific,
at moderate prices. Rooms as low as
$2.50 per day, European plan, are
available at this noted hostelry.
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Victoria and Vancouver Island	
in "Canada's Evergreen Playground"
"Che £itg Of ^iCtOria, often referred to as "a bit of old England," offers much of
interest to the tourist and vacationist. Sightseers find delightful charm in the
beautiful residential districts and formal gardens, the scenic marine drives and the
many public parks; Parliament buildings, Museum, and the Dominion Astro-
physical Observatory; and Butchart's famous gardens, noted for their beauty at
all seasons of the year, which are viewed by thousands annually. Visiting golfers
are welcome at a number of beautifully designed golf courses in and near the city.
At Victoria one has the choice of the many vacation opportunities abounding on
Vancouver Island. Throughout its length of three hundred miles there are popular
beach resorts, mountain lakes and
rivers, where unsurpassed fishing,
camping, yachting, golf ^nd tennis
may be enjoyed. Transportation
facilities to all points of interest are
available to those not driving their
own cars. With your headquarters
at the Empress Hotel, Victoria and
Vancouver Island offer ideal vacation facilities, for either a long or
short stay.
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'Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, Express and Travellers' Cheques" Vancouver and its Beautiful Harbor
Vancouver and The Mainland
/VCanada's Evergreen Playground''
3trritling at the <£itg Of ^anCOUtier ona"Princess"liner-withyourcaraboard-
or driving over the broad Pacific Highway, you find a growing, progressive city.
From this port, located on a natural land-locked harbor between the Fraser River
and Burrard Inlet, great Canadian Pacific liners sail to the Orient. The many attractions of Vancouver and its environs are novel and distinctive, and every year
the city is becoming more widely known as an ideal vacation center. Your holidays
will become still more enjoyable by making your home at the Hotel Vancouver.
Among the popular recreations may be included driving or walking through the
thousand-acre Stanley Park; trips to Grouse Mountain, Capilano Canyonand thewon-
derful bays and beaches; the finest
of salt and fresh-water fishing.The
golf player will get the most out of his
game on the many fine courses that
are open to visitors. From Vancouver the motorist may drive over the
historic Cariboo Trail, through beautiful scenery, on to the magnificent
Canadian Rockies.
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Points of Interest
in Canada's
Evergreen Playground
Victoria	
JButchart's (Bardens: Nationally
noted   for   their   all-year-round
beauty.
jBrrntteoodJBay: A beauty spot
not far from Victoria—all vaca-
tional recreations.
The Beach at English Bay
'Canadian Pacific — World's Greatest Travel System"
Malaliat XOOkOOt: A marvelous
vista of sea, islands and snowcapped mountains.
BanailllO: Historical interest;
fine fishing, golf and tennis.
Qualicum Jtoch: A famous
resort, with bathing, golf, tennis
and fishing.
forbidden pareau: a wonder-
land of scenic beauty; riding,
fishing, golf and mountain trails.
Campbell Hiber: world-famous
salmon fishing; official Tyee Club
headquarters.
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Vancouver	
^tanleu ^ark: one thousand
acres of beauty; giant trees,
gardens, and marine views.
©rouse Mountain: a glorious
landscape, 4,000 feet directly
above the harbor and city.
Capilano dangon: with its 450-
foot steel suspension bridge, 210
feet above the river.
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Arm to Wigwam Inn; Cathedral
Canyon; Spray of Pearls Falls.
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Park and Horseshoe Bay; many
miles of scenic delights.
iaarrisen Hot Springs: Famous
health and vacation resort; health-
giving waters; swimming, golf,
tennis and riding.
4^5S Canada's Year-Round Evergreen Playground	
 This map was prepared to show the principal automobile, railway and
steamship routes, with mileages from one point to another; also to suggest a few of the many
vacation possibilities to be enjoyed in this great playground.
^Harrison Hot Springs.....
t:his famous tiealth Resort, known as -The
Spa of Canada," is located near Agassiz, B. C, a
short drive or rail trip from Vancouver. Here is
the commodious Harrison Hot Springs Hotel,
with rates on the American Plan as low as $6.00
per day, where all guests may enjoy the benefits
of the health-giving waters provided by nature.
A well equipped medical and hydro-therapy department is maintained for special treatment. The
great white tiled indoor hot springs swimming
pool is a feature, and near the hotel are golf
course, tennis courts, lakes, streams and beautiful forests.
Harrison Hot Springs Hotel
"Canadian Pacific Rail and Steamship Services Span the World" Automobile Roads to the Many Resorts in the Scenic Canadian Rockies
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This map was prepared to indicate the automobile highways in Banff National Park.
While not designed to be technically perfect, it shows visiting motorists the
mileage   between   the   various   major   vacation  point's   throughout  this region.
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§ Highway. Eastbound from Revelstoke Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays on Canadian Pacific train No. 2. Westbound motorists leave from Golden on
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%\[\% (Sreat MOUntain UeglOn offers a wonderful welcome to its thousands of
visitors. It is easily reached by rail, or by automobile, using either the Vancouver-
Calgary Highway, or United States Highways Nos. 95,87 or 10. Banff National Park,
with its 3,834.5 square miles, Yoho Park, containing 476 square miles and Kootenay
Park, including 587 square miles are three units of the magnificent system of
Canada's National Parks maintained in the Canadian Rockies. In this vast expanse
of natural scenic wondeiqs are mountains that rise 12,000 feet above the sea level,
hundreds of snow-clad peaks, gleaming white glaciers, beautiful waterfalls, great
rivers and canyons, mountain lakes and primeval forests. The splendid resort hotels
located in this great scenic wonderland are known around the world for their
tasteful appointments. Charming
Chalet-Bungalow Camps are maintained at many of the most interesting points. Golf, fishijig, swimming, tennis, riding, hiking and
mountain climbing are among the
many recreations that make up the
ideal mountain vacation. Fine automobile highways throughout this
region connect the many resorts, so
that when you visit one of them it
is also easily possible tosee them
all before you leave.
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Banff Springs Hotel
ttt the (LOntlUenCe of the Bow and Spray Rivers, in a magnificent mountain setting
overlooking the great Bow Valley, is the locale of Banff Springs Hotel. This great
fireproof hostelry is noted for its appointments, service and entertainment features.
It is the finest mountain hotel on the American continent. The many public rooms,
private apartments and luxurious suites are ail artistically decorated and furnished,
with a view of providing every comfort and convenience. Radically reduced rates are
now available, offering "Mountain Peaks at Valley Prices." European plan as low as
$5.50 per day, double, $8.50. The beautiful open air pool in connection with the hotel
provides warm sulphur water swimming. Musical programs, dancing and special
entertainments are constantly featured. Within three hundred feet of the hotel is the
eighteen-hole Stanley Thompson-
built golf course. The total length is
6,640 yards with a par of 71. The
wonderful scenic setting, wide fairways and beautiful greens all give
a new zest to this mile-high mountain golf course. Alpine climbing,
tennis, fishing, riding and hiking
are among the many other diversions that Banff offers to its visitors.
The hotel is open from June 22nd
to September 10th.
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%\[\% Moflem, JfireprOOf UeSOrt ftOtCl, Chateau Lake Louise, is located on the
margin of one of the world's most beautiful lakes, with the dazzling white Victoria
Glacier and numerous mountain peaks forming a majestic background. Reaching
from the hotel to the water's edge is a picturesque Alpine flower garden, displaying
the many beautiful wild flowers that grow in the mountains and valleys. From the
lounge, dining room, and the ball room, the visitor may rest, dine and dance without losing sight of this great natural panorama. There are many attractions at the
Chateau—swimming in the sparkling glass-enclosed pool, dancing,
boating, tennis, riding and exploring the many fascinating trails.
The rates have been reduced so
that all may visit "The Top of
the World — at Rock Bottom
Prices." European plan as low as
$5.00 per day, and $8.00 per day
for two in a room. The Chateau
is open from June 42nd
September 10th.
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Many Beautiful Trails for Riders and Hikers at Lake Louise
Points of Interest in the Canadian Rockies
\3MX XimiteO ^paCe will permit the mention of only a few of the principal points
in this vast expanse of scenic wonders that are accessible by motor car, the faithful
trail horse and the enthusiastic hiker: In the Canadian Rockies are nearly seven
hundred mountain peaks, over 6,000 feet high, comparable to fifty Switzerlands
in one; Plain of the Six Glaciers; Lake in the Clouds, 1,200 feet above Lake Louise;
Moraine Lake, in the Valley of the Ten Peaks; Paradise Valley, between Lake
Louise and Moraine Lake; Mount Assiniboine, 11,860 feet in height; Lake O'Hara
and Lake McArthur, altitude
7,359 feet; The Yoho Valley and
Takakkaw Falls, falling from the
Daly Glacier; Emerald Lake and
Mount Burgess; Wapta Lake and
Mount Stephen; Abbot Pass and
Glacier Peak; Kootenay National
Park, Sinclair Pass; Radium Hot
Springs; and hundreds of other
scenic gems of nature. Chalet-
Bungalow Camps and charming
Tea Houses provide meals and
sleeping accommodations at
various points throughout this
region.
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Emerald Lake Chalet
"Che ^ffine HlOtOr "ROafl running through the cool, green forest, with gleaming
snow peaks in the distance is Snowpeak Avenue, and at its end lies Emerald Lake.
Mount Burgess rises above, and you also see the mountain peaks of Wapta,
Micheal, President, Carnarvon and Emerald. On the southern shore of this beautiful mountain lake of jade glacier water is Emerald Lake Chalet. The Club House
is of Swiss design, built of great timbers, with large overhanging balconies. Here
is the dining room, a good floor for dancing; library and lounging room with its
large, cheerful fireplace. Surrounding the Chalet are some very charming bungalows
of various sizes, comfortably
furnished, and equipped with hot
and   cold   running    w^ter   and h ^
bathrooms.   Each  bungalow has ^^v
its individual veranda. Fishing,
boating, riding and hiking over
the many beautiful trails are
vacational opportunities here.
Emerald Lake Chalet is operated
on the American plan, with daily
rates as low as $6.50 per person,
two in a room. The Chalet is
open from June 22nd to
September 10th.
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Hotel Palliser, Calgary $£*
Chalet Bungalow Campi
3111 through this (Slorious Mountain llepnchaiet.Bungaiow
Camps have been established at scenic points, accessible by motor
car and trail. The various Camps consist of one large Club House,
surrounded by modern bungalows, with comfortable bed, water,
electric lights, stoves and other conveniences. Each camp offers
individual opportunities for vacation, rest and recreation —swimming, fishing, trail riding and hiking. Chalet-Bungalow Camps are
situated at Moraine Lake, in the Valley of the Ten Peaks; at
Wapta Lake, 5,200 feet above sea level; Yoho Valley, facing
Takakkaw Falls ;Radium Hot Springs overlooking Sinclair Canyon;
Lake O'Hara accessible only on foot or by pony. All Chalet-
Bungalow Camps are operated on the American plan at rates of
$5.00 per day or $31.50 a week and are open from June 22nd to
September 10th.
* * * *
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Canadian and United States Customs Requirements
To bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it must
be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of the United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States State registration card will be accepted as
establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles. If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety days in the United
States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs Officer at port of entry
allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety days in the United States)
without securing Customs bond or depositing duty. If more than a sixty-day
stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding
thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or deposit, upon application to
Customs Department.
"Canadian Pacific Train Service to All Parts of Canada3' CANADIAN
ROCKIEJ
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CANADIAN PACIFIC

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