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Visitors  from   the   United^ States are assured   of a
friendly    welcome   at   the    Canadian     border   and
throughout  the  Dominion.      It's  easy  to  drive  to   and
through  British  Columbia and  the   Canadian   Rockies   in
your   own   car!      Or travel  by   Canadian  Pacific   train and
coastal   steamship.       You'll   find   that  your  American   travel
dollar goes farther  in Canada !     Good roads take you quickly
to   the   mountains,   the  forests,   the   lakes   and   streams,    the
seacoast, and the interesting resorts and cities of this hospitable
neighbor country! You will have a thrilling, rejuvenating vacation!
Remember, too, there is  no  hay  fever  in  the  Canadian  Rockies,
and the scenery there is of unsurpassed magnificence.
U. S.   citizens  do   not   require   passports   to   cross  the   Canadian
boundary in  either  direction,  but identification papers, such as
voters registration cards, birth certificates, or letters from public
officials are helpful in establishing status. Naturalized citizens
are advised to carry their naturalization certificates if possible.
k        Canadian and other non-citizen residents of the United States
are   advised   to   apply   in   advance   through   the   nearest
U. S. Immigration and Naturalization office for re-entry
permits to facilitate their return from visits to Canada.
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VICTORIA,BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Hotels, like persons, have definite personalities —
and the personality of the famed Empress Hotel
is charming. There is an atmosphere of unhurried
poise about this ivy-covered place as it looks out
across ever-blooming flower gardens to the silver
sea. Service and cuisine are unexcelled, public
rooms and guest rooms are attractive. There is
a tennis court, lawn bowling green, a tea garden
and an interesting promenade. Across the way
is the glass-enclosed Crystal Garden housing
the largest warm salt water natatorium on the
Pacific Coast,   ■•»■
ACCOMMODATION
DAILY
RATES
MEALS
European Plan—Open all year
June 15-Sept.
15
Other Months
Single room with bath	
$5.00;   6.00;
$4.00;    5.00;
(Harbor or Garden view)
7.00;   8.00
6.00;   7.00.
A la carte, also table d'h6te
Single room with bath	
and combination, meals at
(Court view)
4.00.
3.00.
low, popular city prices.
Double room with bath	
8.00;   9.00;
6.00; 7.00; 8.00;
(Harbor or Garden view)
10.00; 12.00.
9.00; 10.00.
Double room with bath	
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(Court view)
7.00.
5.00.
Suites	
$12.00 up
$10.00 up
Stay of two weeks or longer — 10% discount allowed on daily room r&tes.
WINTER RATES  (Effective October  1  to April 30)
Stay of one month or longer—per month. Single Rooms, $67.50 and up; Double Rooms, $90.00 and up.
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TRANSFER :
Between hotel and Canadian Pacific Railway coastal steamships dock—M mile
'* '■*      **     ocean steamships docks—\Yi miles
Trunk, 50c each way; hand baggage—free. 1
GOLF—Guests of the hotel are extended the courtesy of the famous Victoria (Oak Bay) Golf Links,
the Royal Colwood Golf Links, as well as the numerous golf courses in and around the city,
on payment of green fees. <
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This is a spacious hotel, unsurpassed on the North
Pacific Coast. It is located in the very heart of the
social and business center of the city and is near to
the Canadian Pacific station and docks, parks,
beaches, and playgrounds. It has 560 guest rooms,
each with shower bath and tub, and each attractively
appointed. The new Hotel Vancouver is operated by
the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited on behalf
of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National
Railways.
Canada Welcomes
U.S. Citizens
No Passports !
.     .     •
ACCOMMODATION
European Plan—Open all year
Single	
Double (double bed)	
Double (twin beds)	
Bedroom     with     connecting
Loggia	
Bedroom     with     connecting
Sun Room	
Bedroom     with     connecting
Loggia and Parlor	
Suites	
DAILY RATES
(European Plan)
.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 5.50, 6.00.
$4.50, 5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.50.
$5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.50, 8.00.
Single $ 8.00
Single      8.00
Double $12.00
Double    12.00
Single
Single
12.00
12.00 up
Double
Double
13.50
13.50 up
MEALS
A la carte, also table d'hdte
and combination meals at
low,   popular    city   prices.
TRANSFER :
Between hotel and Canadian Pacific station or steamships dock :
Hand baggage, 25c each way; trunk, 50c each way.
"Low rail and coastal steamship fares via Canadian Pacific" m Canada's evergreen playground
Beautiful Victoria, city of lovely gardens and
fine homes, reigns in queenly fashion over the
southern end of Vancouver Island. People really
live in Victoria, and no wonder, for this capital
of British Columbia seems to have every recreational and cultural advantage that could be
desired. There are outstanding marine drives,
golf courses that are green and fresh, tennis,
yachting, nsiiing, beach resorts, and mountain
lakes and rivers close at hand. The fine Parliament Buildings, Museum, Dominion Astro-
physical Observatory, new Thunderbird Park
and wealth of beautiful gardens hold exceptional interest for residents and visitors. Using
the Empress Hotel and Victoria as headquarters, you may travel by motor on the
Esquimau It and Nanaimo Railway to the
scores of interesting points on this 300-mile
long island.
SPRING GARDEN FESTIVAL
Each year Victoria heralds the spring with an
elaborate Garden Festival held under the auspices of the Vancouver Horticultural Society and
sponsored by the Empress Hotel. This year
the event will be held April 30 to May 3. The
program includes a flower festival at the
Empress Hotel and the opening of the city's
many exclusive gardens.
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City of Vancouver, ©R.C.A.F.
Stanley Park in foreground
in Canada's evergreen playground
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You can reach Vancouver either by "Princess"
liner or the Pacific Highway.    Located at the
foot of the Coast Range,  between the Fraser
River  and  Burrard  Inlet,   this  great  Canadian
city is easily accessible by either route.    It is a
delightful city to visit,  graciously endowed by
nature and progressive in spirit.   The huge trees
of Stanley Park, beautiful Capilano Canyon and
Grouse Mountain are inspiring, while the excellent  golf,   thrilling  sailboating,  salt  and  fresh
water fishing and sunny beaches provide recreation of the highest type. Out from Vancouver the
historic Caribou Trail winds up through the Coast
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Two mineral springs, one sulphur and one
potash, together with the rare combination
of low altitude and invigorating mountain
air, have won high standing for Harrison
Hot Springp as a health center. The resort
is particularly recommended for heart and
nervous cases. There are modern bath establishments under medical supervision. Recreational diversions include golf, tennis,
fishing, beating, and hiking. This well-
known spa? is owned and operated by the
Harrison Hot Springs Hotel Company
Limited, and rates are from $5 to $10 a day
including meals. Located in a setting of
lake, mountain and virgin forest on the
main line pf the Canadian Pacific, 75 miles
east of Vancouver and near Agassiz, B.C.
MT. REVELSTOKE NATIONAL PARK
Continuing your journey, if you travel to
Revelstoke,! British Columbia, via the main
line of the Canadian Pacific Railway or via
British Columbia motor highway A-S-B,
Mount Revfelstoke National Park is worth a
visit. A picturesque motor road winds
from Revelstoke for a distance of 18 miles
up the slopes of Mount Revelstoke to its
summit, where the park begins. Containing
an area of 90 square miles, this National
Park is situated on a wide plateau in the
Selkirk Mountains, its landscape consisting
of gentle, rolling uplands, covered in summer
by gardens of wild flowers and groves of
balsam and fir. While there is no tourist
accommodation in the park, a motor campground is located at Balsam Lake, and hotel
accommodation is available at Revelstoke.
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routes, with mileages from one point to another; also to suggest a few of the many
vacation possibilities to be enjoyed in this year-round playground.
POINTS OF
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COLORFUL GARDENS: Nationally
noted for their year-round beauty.
BRENTWOOD BAY: A beauty spot
not far from Victoria—all vacational
recreations.
MALAHAT LOOKOUT: A marvelous
vista of sea, islands and snow-capped
mountains.
NANAIMO: Historical interest; fine
fishing, golf and tennis.
OUALICUM BEACH: A famous resort,
with bathing, golf, tennis and fishing.
FORBIDDEN PLATEAU: A wonderland
of scenic beauty; riding, fishing, golf
and mountain trails.
CAMPBELL RIVER: World-famous
salmon fishing; official Tyee Club
headquarters.
PORT ALBERNI: On the picturesque
West Coast of Vancouver Island.
STANLEY PARK: One thousand acres
of beauty; giant trees, gardens and
marine views.
GROUSE MOUNTAIN: A glorious landscape, 4,000 feet directly above the
harbor and city.
CAPILANO CANYON: With its 450-foot
steel suspension bridge, 210 feet above
the river.
INDIAN RIVER PARK: Up the North
Arm to Wigwam Inn ; Cathedral
Canyon; Spray of Pearls Falls.
MARINE DRIVE: To Whytecliff Park
and Horseshoe Bay; many miles of
scenic delights.
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and the new, spectacular Columbia Icefield Highway stretching north from Lake Louise. While not designed
to be technically perfect, it shows the mileages between the  major  vacation points in  this glorious region.
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Canada's   Rocky   Mountain   Playground!
A vast garden of incredible grandeur and
beauty.f     Snow-capped   peaks    towering
twelve thousand feet against the blue of
the   skj%   virgin   forests   of   deep   green,
glaciers two thousand feet deep, rushing
rivers, clashing waterfalls, lakes, and lush
meadovflands.     All unspoiled,  yet  made
accessible to you through Canada's  fine
roads a|nd the famous  Canadian   Pacific
Railway, resort hotels and lodges situated
at focallpoints throughout the area. These
hotels offer you luxury or rustic  informality,   as  you   prefer,   with   golf,   tennis,
fishing,     swimming,     trail     riding,
hiking,     mountain     climbing    and
other  recreational opportunities for
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EASILY REACHED
BY
TRAIN OR CAR
Travel Canadian Pacific or motor over
Vancouver - Calgary Highway or United
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Framed in a setting that is majestic beyond
the imagination of any artist, is the famous
Banff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park.
The edifice is an architectural masterpiece
— a baronial castle guarded by lofty peaks
and deep forests, with the green valley of
the Bow River as its proud domain. In its
public rooms and guest quarters the appointments are attractive and comfortable. Suites
and rooms are spacious and inviting; service
and cuisine are world renowned. Recreation
is varied and zestf ul — dancing to the music
of "name" orchestras, golf on a championship course that is unquestionably the most
scenic on the continent, tennis, thrilling
fishing, skyline trail riding and hiking,
swimming in warm sulphur water or cool
fresh water pools. Forests about are teeming
with wild life — deer, black bear, moose, and
mountain sheep on the high crags. Banff
Springs Hotel is open from June 7 to September 7, 1941, with Euronean Plan rates as
low as $6.50 per day for single room; $10.00
per day for double room. Effective this year
is a Special All-inclusive Rate for stay of
7 days or longer — room with bath and table
d'hdte meals — playing privileges of golf
course, tennis courts, admission to swimming pools, concerts and ballroom — for as
low as $8.50 a person per day, double
occupancy.
"Canadian Pacific Rail and
Steamship Services Span the World"
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Chateau
Lake LoUlse
Most beautiful of all glacial lakes and the
photographed lake in the world!
The waters of Lake Louise are pure sapphire (with an amazing quality for catching and retaining fairy-like reflections.
Looking upon Lake Louise you see a gleaming glacier mirrored in a natural-color
cyclorama that shows rose, green, blue,
amethyst, violet, gold and white. At the
very edge of the lake is gracious Chateau
Lake Louise — a modern, fireproof hotel
with (perfect appointments and service.
Every window is broad and deep to frame
the vtew of mountain, forest, and water.
Life at Lake Louise is gay or quiet, as you
desire it. Dancing, riding, hiking, swimming,, exploring— all are at their best.
European Plan rates are as low as $6.50
per day for a single room, and $10.00 for
a double room. The Chateau is open from
June 7 to September 7, 1941. Reduced
rates may be arranged for longer visits.
Effective this year is a Special All-inclusive
Rate for stay of 7 days or longer — room
with bath and table d'hdte meals—playing
privileges of tennis courts, admission tp
swimming pool, concerts and ballroom —
for as low as $8.50 a person per day, double
occupancy.
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SALT LAKE CITY
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Gleaming glaciers — timeless, mysterious,
inexorable — rivers of frozen splendor 2,000 feet
deep! The spectacular new Columbia Icefield
Highway—eighth wonder of the^ world—permits
you to see at close hand the amazing ice-cap
of the continent. Every mile, every turn of the
winding road, discloses new scenic wonders.
Starting point over the Columbia Icefield
Highway is from Lake Louise and you may go
by motor car or in a big, luxurious observation bus.
Crowfoot
Glacier
CANADIAN ROCKIES
FEATURE ATTRACTIONS - 1941
Calgary Stampede—July 7 to 12
Indian Days at Banff—July 17 to 20
Alpine Club of Canada Camp, Glacier, B.C.
July 20 to August 3
Annual Trail Ride—July 25 to 29
Sky Line Hikers Camp—August 1 to 4
Banff Golf Week—August 24 to 30
Banff School of Fine Arts—August 1 to 30
"Canadian Pacific Hotels-
Hotels of Beauty and Efficiency
99 Etherald Lake and Mt. Burgess
IN ITS MOUNTAIN SETTING
-  } I
This gem lake of the high country, with
its rugged mountain setting is as Swiss as
Switzerland itself and travelers call it as
beautifil. The shores about its green
waters are carpeted with Alpine wild
flowers £ nd the forests are deep and virgin.
Emerald Lake Chalet, on the southern
shore, frovides an informal dining room
and nearby is the club house containing
a librarv, lounge room and great stone
fireplace. Comfortable rustic bungalows
equipped with hot and cold running water
and bathrooms, are grouped about the
central :halet. Good fishing, riding and
hiking provide recreation for guests.
Many visitors show great interest in the
fossil beds which are near.   Emerald Lake
r
Chalet ik open from June 7 to September 7
with daily rates as ow as $7.00 per person,
American Plan. Rates are reduced for
longer s^ays.
Photographs in this book are copyrighted as follows: R.C.A.F. - Royal
Canadian Air Force; D.P. - Dominion
Photo Co. Others are by Associated
Screen News Limited and Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
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105
MACLEOD
Pincher Creek
38
Waterton Park
29
22
81
Babb
90
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33
Choteau
57
GREAT FALLS,
25
Armington
36
Neihart
42
43
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Springs
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29
LIVINGSTON
38
Big Timber
84
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Yoho  Valley Lodge
A lodge in the Canadian Rockies consists of a central chalet, with
dining room and lounge; surrounded by comfortable sleeping cabins.
While such lodges are less formal than the hotels, they have modern
conveniences such as electric light, running water, and a homelike
charm of their own. Wapta Lodge (station—Hector, B.C.), near the
Great Divide, stands on the edge of Lake Wapta, the principal source
of the Kicking Horse River. From Wapta, Lake O'Hara Lodge is
conveniently reached by trail (8 miles). There is also another new
trail (12 miles) from Lake Louise. O'Hara is considered by some the
fairest jewel in the Rockies' crown and won the unstinted affection of
John Singer Sargent. Yoho Valley Lodge, situated within sight of
Takakkaw Falls, well merits its name—for Yoho was the Cree Indian's
exclamation of wonder. Radium Hot Springs Lodge (owned and
operated by Miss C. Armstrong) on the Banff-Windermere Highway
is known for the curative properties of its waters. Moraine Lake Lodge
is located in the majestic Valley of the Ten Peaks. Mount Assiniboine
Lodge (owned by Mr. Erling Strom) is reached by several trail routes
from Banff (35 miles), with overnight stop at a half-way cabin. The
Columbia Icefield Chalet (operated by the Brewster Transport Co.)
is reached via the new Columbia Icefield Highway from Lake Louise.
CANADIAN AND UNITED STATES CUSTOMS
Residents of the United States entering Canada with automobiles of
American manufacture and ownership are not required to report to
United States Customs at port of exit, because on returning to the
United States the registration card will be accepted as establishing
the American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
All automobiles of United States or other foreign registry must,
however, be reported to the Canadian Customs at Canadian port of entry
when touring permit, valid for period required, not exceeding six
months, will be issued without the necessity of procuring Customs
bond or depositing duty. When leaving Canada automobiles temporarily imported for touring purposes must again be reported to the
Canadian Customs at port of exit for cancellation of permit issued
upon entry.
CANADIAN PACIFIC REPRESENTATIVES :
Further   information,   special   itineraries   and   reservations   will   be
gladly supplied by your nearest Canadian Pacific office, including :
LOS ANGELES—513 West Sixth St.
SAN FRANCISCO—152 Geary St.
PORTLAND—626 S.W. Broadway
SEATTLE—1320 Fourth Avenue
SPOKANE—Old Nat. Bank Bldg.
VICTORIA, B.C.—1102 Government St.
VANCOUVER, B.C.—434 Hastings St. W.
Printed in Canada 1941
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WINDERMERE
69
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BELLEVUE
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