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FROM THE COLUMBIA ICEFIELD HIGHWAY
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NORTH
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RIVER CROSSING
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LAKE
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5.670
Organized events—from the annuai "Stampede" at Calgary
to Banff Golf Week—are regular features of the Canadian
Rockies.
Calgary Stampede—a week of real Western rodeo ending
with the Stampede Ball at the Hotel Palliser, a Canadian
Pacific hotel.   Held usually the second week in July.
ndian Days at Banff—For four days each July, the Stoney
Indian Reserve at Morley, east of Banff, is deserted when
Braves, Squaws and Papooses go to Banff for tribal sports.
Trail Rides—Conducted each year under the auspices of the
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, these July expeditions
explore the Rockies area. An all-in rate includes horses,
food, guides, tent accommodation and gratuities.
Banff Golf Features-
Edward, Prince of Wales Cup, for Men,
Brewster's Cup for Ladies.
Seventy-two  holes  medal   play,  no  handicap.    Replica  of
cup and prize for winner and prize for runner-up.   Amateur
Golfers of any recognized Golf Club, in good standing, are
eligible on producing evidence of amateur standing and golf membership card.
Wiliingdon Cup tor Men,
Associated Screen News Cup for Ladies.
Banff Springs Hotel Trophy for Men,
Chateau Lake Louise Trophy for Ladies.
Seventy-two   holes   medal   play   handicap.
Replica   of  cup  and   prize  for winner  and
prize for runner-up. Amateur Golfers of any
.recognized   Golf   Club,   in   good   standing,
and   being   registered   guests
of Banff Springs Hotel during
entire    period    of    either   of
these  tournaments,  are  eligible   on   producing   evidence
of   amateur   standing,   golf
membership card and veri-
ied  handicap.
Trail Hikes—From annual camps
in the mountain area the Sky
Line Trail Hikers of the Canadian
Rockies, an order similar to the
Trail Riders, travel Mountain
trails — usually in August.
Banff School of Fine Arts
— An increasingly popular
summer school, operated by
the   University   of   Alberta.
Courses include painting,
the theatre, music.
Open in July and
August.
For reservations or further information  apply to any
Canadian Pacific office or your local travel agent.
Twin Falls guesthouse, a rustic, comfortable overnight stop for riders in the Yoho Valley.
Moraine  Lake  in the  Valley of the Ten  Peaks.
Here Moraine Lake Lodge offers restful mountain
holiday life.
Lake O'Hara, brilliant gem in Canada's Rocky
Mountain diadem, is site of a Canadian Pacific
lodge. (Right) Powerful busses, plastic-topped for
full observation of snow-capped peaks, thread
mountain highways, dramatic passes, lovely valleys.
For mountain holidays where the evening atmosphere is less formal
Canadian Pacific owns mountain lodges throughout the most spectacular
regions of the Canadian Rockies. Sited amid mountain peaks beside
lakes of limpid beauty, these lodges comprise central chalets surrounded
by individual cottages.
Operated on the American plan, Canadian Pacific Lodges at Lake
O'Hara, Wapta, Yoho, Moraine Lake and Emerald Lake specialize in
riding, climbing, fishing, hiking and just plain loafing.
Motorbus connections with Banff, Lake Louise and Field are maintained
by the Brewster Transport Company — except Lake O'Hara, reached
on horseback.   r. -
At Athabasca Glacier, beyond Sunwapta Pass, the Columbia Icefield
Chalet, (owned . and operated by Brewster Transport Co.,) is open
during the summer months.
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resort,   commands   this   view   of   the
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Peaks underlined are on the south side of
Canadian Pacific main line from Banff to Golden.
ALTITUDES OF PRINCIPAL PEAKS FROM GOLDEN TO BANFF ;„ the CANADIAN ROCKIES

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