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Would you like to go abroad
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car?   These—and a thousand other thrills—await
you across the border —
in British Columbia and
the   Canadian   Rockies.
The ease with which you
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The ivy-embowired Empress Hotel, at Victoria,
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over for its hospitality and charm. Set in a
beautiful garden overlooking Victoria's inner
harbor, the Empress Hotel is of fireproof construction throughout, and its large public and private
rooms are the essence of comfort and good taste.
In the spaciou? dining room the service and
cuisine are unexcelled and the prices reasonable.
Nearby is the glass-enclosed Crystal Garden, the
salt-water   natatorium   on    the
Here you may enjoy warm salt-
Turkish and steam baths, hot
Swedish and electric massage.
Other  attractions   include  a  large  dance  floor,
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ACCOMMODATION
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Single room with bath	
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Single room with bath	
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Double room with bath	
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Double room with bath „
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DAILY RATES
June 15-Sept. 15
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Stay of two weeks or longer — 10% discount allowed on daily room rites.
WINTER RATES (Effective November 1 to April 30)
Stay of one month or longer—per month, Single Rooms, $75.00 and ub; Double Rooms, $100.00 and up.
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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,
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The Hotel Vancouver will continue in operation, by
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, until about
the end of May 1939. The new Hotel Vancouver
will open on May 25, 1939, and will be operated by
the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited on behalf
of the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific
Railway Companies. It is conveniently situated
in the heart of the social and business center of
Vancouver. There are 560 guest rooms, each complete
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IN CANADA S EVERGREEN PLAYGROUND
Victoria,   capital   of   British   Columbia,
charming bit of
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Island ... a city of beautiful
homes and gardens. Visitors are charmed with
the attractive residential districts and formal
gardens, the scenic marine drives and the many
public parks; Parliament buildings, Museum,
Dominion Astro-physical Observatory; Butchart's
famous gardens, noted for their colorful beauty
at all seasons ol the year. Visiting golfers are
welcome at the picturesque, sporty golf courses.
At Victoria you have 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! fishing,  motoring, yachting,
all very enjoyable.   Transpor-
to  all  points  of  interest  are
golf and tennis,
tation  facilities
available to those not driving their own cars,
including train service via the Esquimalt &
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Empress Hotel, Victoria and Vancouver Island
offer ideal vacation facilities for either a long
or short stay.
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Arriving at the city of Vancouver on a
"Princess" liner—with your car aboard—or
driving over the broad Pacific Highway, you
find a growing, progressive city. Vancouver is
built regally on hills which slope down to sheltered
waters. From its natural land-locked harbor
between the Fraser River and Burrard Inlet,
liners sail to all parts of the world. Vancouver
has many attractions and your holiday there
will be still more enjoyable by making the Hotel
Vancouver your headquarters. Among the popular
recreations are driving or walking through the
thousand-acre Stanley Park; trips to Grouse
Mountain, Capilano Canyon and the wonderful
bays and beaches; the finest of salt and freshwater 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 Caribou Trail, through
beautiful scenery, on to the magnificent
Canadian Rockies.
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and flowers    © D.P.
The
known Canadian spa is situated
on the main line of the Canadian Pacific
(near Agassiz, B.C.) in a setting of lake,
mountain and virgin forest, a short drive or
rail trip from Vancouver. Its low altitude
and mountain air are beneficial in heart
and nervojus cases. The two mineral springs
(sulphur and potash respectively), modern
bath establishment under medical supervision, and recreational attractions, make
this a popular vacation and health center.
Sports include golf, tennis, fishing, boating
and hiking. Owned and operated by the
Harrison Hot Springs Hotel Company
Limited.    Rates from $5.00 per day.
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 Rjevelstoke National Park can be
visited, ft. picturesque motor road winds
from Revelstoke for a distance of 18 miles
up the slbpes of Mount Revelstoke to its
summit, \rhere the park begins. Containing
an area cf 90 square miles, this national
park is situated on a wide plateau in the
Selkirk Mbuntains, 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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VICTORIA and VANCOUVER ISLAND
BUTCHART'S 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.
QUALICUM 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.
VANCOUVER
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
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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.
Motorists using the Vancouver-Calgary highway may have their automobiles transported between Golden and Revelstoke in automobile baggage cars on regular
passenger trains from June 15th to September 30th. The service is eastbound from Revelstoke daily on Canadian Pacific train No. 4 or No. 8, and westbound
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Canada's Rocky Mountain playground is
easily reafched by Canadian Pacific Railway or bjf automobile, using either the
Vancouver-Calgary  highway,  or United
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National £ark (2,585 square miles), Yoho
Park (507 square miles), Kootenay Park
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(468  square   miles),   are   four   magnificent national parks maintained in the
Canadian!   Rockies.     In  this  mountain
empire  Snow-clad   peaks   soar  skyward
12,000   feet,   and   the  grandeur   of   the
scene  is  enhanced   by   gleaming-white
glaciers, tumbling waterfalls, mile-high
rivers and canyons, mountain lakes and
Alpifie   meadows.     Here   too,   are
typical    Canadian    Pacific    resort
hotels,    noted   for   their   tasteful
appointments and service.    Rustic
lodges and tea houses are delightfully situated in  the forests,  and
offer home comforts in the heart of
the  wilds.     Recreations   in   Banff-land
include: fcolf, fishing, swimming, boating,  temjis, riding,  hiking and  Alpine
climbing.! Automobile highways connect
the many resorts, so that when you
visit one of them it is also easy to see
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This great fireproof castle-hotel is noted for
its appointments, service and entertainment. The spacious public and private
rooms and luxurious suites, are artistically
decorated and furnished, providing every
comfort and convenience. Banff Springs
Hotel has two pools . . . the outdoor one
filled with warm, health-giving sulphur
waters . . . while warm, clear, fresh water
sparkles in the inside pool. Musical programs, dancing and special entertainments
are frequently offered. A picturesque
eighteen-hole golf course stretches away
from its doors down the beautiful Valley of
the Bow. 6,640 yards long, with a par of
71, it has three sets of tees for each hole,
thus providing in reality three courses—
long, medium and short—to suit all types
of golfers. The fairways are doubly wide
with two routes to each hole. Alpine
climbing, tennis, fishing, riding and hiking
are other diversions that Banff offers to its
visitors. The hotel is open from May 29 to
September 10, 1939, with European Plan
rates as low as $6.50 per day, for single
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Nestling 5,680 feet above sea level, amidst
an amphitheatre of peaks, Lake Louise is
probably the finest gem of scenery in the
world.     Exquisitely   colored   is   the   lake
itself, sleeping from rosy dawn to sunset
through green, blue, amethyst, and violet,
undershot by gold; dazzling white is the
sun-glorified    Victoria    Glacier,    at    the
farther end; and majestic are the encircling spruce-clad, snow-capped peaks.  On
the   margin   of   this   perfect   lake,   in   a
wonderful Alpine flower garden, stands the
Chateau ILake Louise, a fireproof, modern
hotel.   From the lounge, dining room, and
the ball room, the visitor may rest, dine
and dance without losing sight of the lake.
There ar^ many attractions at the Chateau
—   swimming   in    the   sparkling   glass-
enclosed pool,  dancing,  boating,  tennis,
riding, and exploring the many fascinating
trails.   European plan rates are as low as
$6.50|per day for a single room, and $10.00
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and gleaming glaciers. At 11,000 feet elevation
you'll see vast fields of ice . . . also, Mt. Hector,
Crowfoot and Bow Glaciers, Howse Peak, Bow
and Waterfowl Lakes, Mt. Murchison and Peyto
Glacier. This is but one of the thrilling motor
tours that can be made from Lake Louise.
CANADIAN ROCKIES
FEATURE ATTRACTIONS - 1939
Calgary Stampede—July 10-15
Indian Days at Banff—July 20-23
Annual Trail Ride—July 28-Aug. 1
Sky Line Trail Hikers Camp—August 4-7
Golf Week at Banff—August 21-26
Banff School of Fine Arts—August 1-26
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Canadian Pacific Hotels—
Hotels of Beauty and Efficiency" IN ITS MOUNTAIN SETTING
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the central chalet is the dining
nearby is the club house with
its library, lounge room and cheerful
Surrounding the Chalet are
bungalows, comfortably furnished and equipped with hot and cold
running water and bathrooms. Recreational opportunities include fishing, riding
The slopes along the lake
shore are rich in wild flowers. Nearby are
of unusual interest. Emerald
Lake Chalet is open from June 10 to
10, 1939, with daily rates as
low as $7.00 per person, American Plan.
Reduced raltes for longer stays.
Photographs in this book are copyrighted as follows: R.C.A.F. - Royal
Canadian Air Force; D.P. - Dominion
Photo Co.f Others are by Associated
Screen News Limited and Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
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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 homely
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 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 :
SEATTLE—1320 Fourth Avenue
TACOMA—1113 Pacific Avenue
VICTORIA, B.C.—1102 Government St.
VANCOUVER, B.C.—434 Hastings St. W.
PORTLAND—626 S.W. Broadway
SAN FRANCISCO—152 Geary St.
LOS ANGELES—621 South Grand Avenue
SPOKANE—Old Nat. Bank Bldg.
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