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SUGGESTIONS
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THE MOST MAGNIFICENT MOUNTAIN REGION ON THIS CONTINENT
VISIT THE WORLD'S BEAUTY SPOTS
BANFF  •  LAKE LOUISE   •   EMERALD LAKE
Travel Via the    CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC is the popular route
across the North American continent, traversing the
most picturesque mountain ranges of America. There
awaits you all the magnificent scenery to be found
only in the Rockies, and THE CANADIAN ROCKIES comprise the most wonderful mountain region
in the world. Nearly seven hundred sublime mountain peaks, 6,000 to 12,000 feet in height, sky-blue
mountain lakes, tumbling rivers, primeval forests,
glistening glaciers, hundreds of miles of good roads
and trails—these are some of the outstanding features.
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MT. STEPHEN—Typical of Region Traversed by
Canadian Pacific
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The Canadian Pacific route through these mighty
mountain ranges is in itself a visualization of man's
triumph over nature.
At Banff, Lake Louise and Emerald Lake (near
Field), all points of scenic beauty, the company maintains excellent hotels and lodges with the highest
standard of service at moderate prices.
There are many combinations of possible tours
through this stupendous scenery made possible by the
splendid train service of the Canadian Pacific in conjunction with its fine hotels and mountain lodges
located in the more interesting regions. The following
is but a brief outline of this wonderful region. We shall
be glad to send you additional literature covering more
fully this great playground. Call or address your request to the name and address appearing on the cover
of this folder.
BANFF [s the capital of Canada's greatest national
park, the most popular resort on the continent, situated in a pocket of a wide circle of pearly grey
limestone peaks, embowered in spruce forests with the
glacial-green Bow River flowing through it.
The eighteen-hole championship golf course which
has been created at Banff by the Canadian Pacific, is
one of the sportiest and most picturesque courses in
the world.
From baronial Banff Springs Hotel you may enjoy
an unusual scenic motor tour, Banff to Golden, B. C,
via Lake Louise and Emerald Lake, Field, B. C.
LAKE LOUISE, the "Pearl of the Canadian
Rockies," set in an amphitheatre of peaks, is probably
the most perfect gem of known scenery in the world.
The whole panorama is a dramatic palette upon which
the Great Artist has splashed His most gorgeous hues,
a symphony of color. Lakes in the Clouds, Moraine
Lake, Valley of the Ten Peaks, Victoria and LeFroy
Glaciers, and Paradise Valley are a few of the many
points of interest wThich should be visited.
EMERALD LAKE CHALET—in the heart of the
Canadian Rockies
EMERALD LAKE, FIELD, B. C, is of a most
exquisite coloring, and lies placidly under the protection of Mount Wapta, Mount Burgess and Mount
President, and is the entrance to the fascinating Yoho
Valley.
To see the grandeur of the Canadian Rockies, Banff,
Lake Louise and Emerald Lake (near Field), you
need not leave the main line of the Canadian Pacific
Railway. Transfer from these stations to Banff Springs
Hotel Chateau Lake Louise—50 cents; hand baggage
free, trunks 50c each; Emerald Lake—$1.00, hand baggage free, trunks $1.00 each.
Mountain Lodges
Five mountain lodges are located at convenient
points in the heart of the Rockies. These lodges
appeal particularly to climber, hiker or trail rider; the
accommodation provided consists of small sleeping
bungalows clustered around a central community building in which is an attractive dining room and comfortable lounging room. Rates are $5.00 a person, per
day, American plan; $4.50 a person, per day, if you
! A stay a week or longer.   We will gladly arrange reservations and furnish literature upon request.
Fraser and Thompson Canyon Country
Your trip westward should be made on one of the
Canadian Pacific day trains, in order to enjoy the
glorious daylight ride through the Rockies and Selkirks to Sicamous where you may break the journey and stop over at HOTEL SICAMOUS, a very
comfortable, home-like hotel operated on the American
Plan, and ideally situated on the shores of Shuswap
Lake. Leaving the following morning, your route follows the rugged and impressive canyons of the Fraser
and Thompson rivers, the beginning of the magnificent
canyon country, through scenes of grandeur and scenic
beauty of towering peaks, and then amid more quiet
and peaceful surroundings, you continue on to Vancouver.
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KOOTENAY LAKE, Nelson, B. C—Kettle Valley Route
Rail and Lake Through the Kootenay
Travelers to or from the Pacific Coast have the
option of several diverse routes. One that is particularly attractive is offered by diverging from the main
line of the Canadian Pacific at Medicine Hat, and following Crow's Nest Branch through the great ranching districts of southern Alberta and the vast mining
regions   of   the   Kootenay,   thence   to   Nelson   and
West Robson. Here you board a comfortable Canadian Pacific steamer, an extremely interesting trip
of 130 miles on the Arrowhead Lakes to Arrowhead,
joining the main line at Revelstoke. Eastbound make
the diversion from Revelstoke.
The Kettle Valley Route
Another attractive route is offered by diverging
also from the main line at Medicine Hat and following the Crow's Nest Branch to Nelson, thence by a
comparatively new route via Midway and Penticton,
through the orchard districts of the Okanagan Valley
over the Kettle Valley Route, rejoining the main line
at Hope. At Grand Forks is the largest copper smelter
in the British Empire. The Kettle Valley Route
traverses scenery of great beauty. The balmy, equable
climate of this section of British Columbia, "the excellent motoring, the delightful bathing, the opportunities
for motor-boating, sailing and fishing, combine to make
this an ideal holiday district.
Vancouver, B. C.
Is the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific and
port of the Company's fleet of steamships to and from
Alaska, Honolulu. New Zealand, Australia and the
Orient. It is also the largest city and commercial
center of British Columbia, beautifully situated on
Burrard Inlet that forms a nearly land-locked and
fully sheltered harbor, with beautiful drives, bathing
beaches, interesting steamer trips and Stanley Park,
one of the largest natural parks in the world. The
city has several admirable golf courses, open to visitors. The HOTEL VANCOUVER with 500 rooms
and a Rose Roof Garden is owned and operated by the
Canadian Pacific Railway and is one of the most popular hotels on the Pacific Coast.
EMPRESS HOTEL, Victoria, B. C.
HOTEL VANCOUVER, Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B.C.
A Bit of Old England Transplanted —
The Evergreen City—capital of British Columbia,
is a delightful all-year resort with fine parks, handsome government buildings, golf links and many other
attractions, making it a most desirable place to stop
over a day or longer. The EMPRESS HOTEL, one
of the celebrated Canadian Pacific chain, with its distinctive atmosphere is favorably known to travelers
the world over. Adjoining the EMPRESS, an amusement Casino known as the Crystal Garden, contains
one  of the  world's  largest  glass-enclosed  salt-water
swimming pools,  conservatories, a large pavilion for
dancing and facilities for other indoor amusements.
Sunset Cruises to the West Coast of
Vancouver Island
Victoria is the starting-point of Canadian Pacific's
delightful 6^-day cruises to Port Alice, B. €., along
the west coast of Vancouver Island. The steamers,
"Princess Maquinna" and "Princess Norah" specially
equipped for this interesting cruise to the "out-of-the-
way" places, sail from Victoria 11:00 P.M. on the 1st,
11th and 21st of June, July, August and September.
Remarkably low round trip rates—$39.00 minimum—
include berth and meals for entire trip. Let us send
you illustrated booklet and map of this attractive cruise.
OPEN OBSERVATION CAR
Open Observation Cars
Open observation cars are carried during the day on
all through trains of Canadian Pacific in Canadian
Rockies in the summer season, as shown above. Oil-
burning locomotives are used on this section of the
railway, so there is freedom from smoke and cinders,
and the beauties of the mountain scenery are thus
enjoyed to the full. Seats in these open observation
cars are available without charge to all passengers
holding standard sleeping-car tickets.
ON THE MOUNTAIN SIDE—near Lake Louise
Mountain Climbing—Camping—Fishing
Big Game Hunting in the Heart of
Canadian Rockies
Trips of any kind may be made in this wonderful
mountain country. Experienced guides officially
sponsored by Canadian Pacific will arrange trips for
parties of any size and for any length of time. Equipment, food, personnel—pack and riding horses, etc.,
will be provided, so that even those unused to such
experiences will find comfort and delight in such
outings.
Mountain Climbing—May be planned under direction of Swiss guides. The Alpine Club of Canada maintains a camp at Lake Magog on Mt. Assiniboine
(Alt. 11,826 feet), the Matterhorn of Canada.
Fishing—Along the line of the railway are many fine
fishing grounds, where lake and stream fishing may be
enjoyed.
Big Game Hunting—Each year magnificent trophies
are secured by hunting parties. Mountain sheep and
mountain goat, elk, moose, black-tail, white-tail and
mule deer, grizzly and black bear are found. Trips may
be started from Banff, Lake Louise or any of the
Canadian Pacific hotels. Comolete information will
be cheerfully furnished by any Canadian Pacific agent.
The number and length of time for which party wishes
to be outfitted should be stated in order to make estimate or arrangements.
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ITINERARIES MADE TO ORDER
The map shows the many diverse routes available
over the Canadian Pacific Railway no matter whether
one's destination be among the numerous famous
resorts in the Rockies or through and beyond them
to the North Pacific Coast, Alaska or California.
Many itineraries are available but all should include at least one or more days' stop-over at the popular Canadian Pacific Resort Hotels or mountain
lodges enabling one to view the entire 600 miles of
magnificent mountain scenery by daylight.
ALLURING ALL-EXPENSE HOLIDAY BARGAIN TOURS — 4 and 6 Wonderful Days in the
Canadian Rockies—126 miles of Alpine motoring,
including General Drive at Banff.   See page 15.
We shall be glad to prepare an itinerary to fit
your individual requirements—naturally our experience
makes it possible to tell you what to see and how
best to see it in the time you have available and approximately the cost. Call or write us at address shown
on cover of this folder; we shall be glad to send you
literature and happy to assist you.
ALWAYS CARRY CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAVELLERS CHECKS—GOOD THE WORLD OVER
10
CANADIAN PACIFIC
HOTELS
Owned and operated by
Canadian Pacific Railway. European Plan unless otherwise
noted.
SEASON 1937
Banff, Alta.—"Banff Springs
Hotel." Open June 12 to September 13. SWIMMING in
Fresh or Sulphur Outdoor
Pools, 50 cents per person.
Calgary, Alta.—"Hotel Palliser." Open all year.
Digby, N. S.—"The Pines/'
American Plan. Open June 25
to September 11.
Emerald Lake, B.C. (near
Field)— "Eftnerald Lake Cha-
let.,, American Plan. Open
June 12 to September 13.
Halifax, N. S— "Lord Nelson."   Open all year.
Kentville, N. S.—"The Cornwallis Inn." American Plan.
Open all year.
Lake Louise, Alta. — "Chateau Lake Louise." Open June
12 to September 13. SWIMMING in Fresh Water Outdoor Pool, 50 cents per person.
McAdam, N. B.—"McAdam
Hotel." American Plan. Open
all year.
Quebec, Que.—"Chateau
Frontenac."   Open all year.
Regina, Sask.—"Hotel Saskatchewan."   Open all year.
St. Andrews, N. B.—"Algonquin Hotel." Season June 26
to September 7. American Plan.
Toronto, Ont.—"Royal York
Hotel." Open all year. Subway
between Station and Hotel.
Vancouver, B. C.—"Hotel
Vancouver."   Open all year.
Victoria, B. C.—"Empress
Hotel."   Open all year.
Winnipeg, Man.—"Royal Alexandra Hotel." Open all year.
Covered passage between Station
and Hotel.
Yarmouth, N. S.—"Lakeside
Inn." American Plan. Open
June 28 to September 7.
SPECIAL. For stay of 2
weeks or more 10% discount
on room or suite rates. For
stay of 4 weeks or more 20%
discount on room or suite rates
at Banff, Lake Louise, and
Emerald   Lake   (Field).
MOUNTAIN LODGES
American Plan
Open June 21 to September 11
Radium Hot Springs
Lake Wapta Lake O'Hara
Yoho Valley Moraine Lake
Open July 1 to October 15
Mount Assiniboine Lodge
Rates on Application
TEA HOUSES
CANAPIAN ROCKIES
European Plan
Open June 21 to September 13
Plain of Six Glaciers
Twin Falls Lake Agnes
SUMMER 1937
TRAIN. SERVICE
A Distinguished Service —
All - Year - Round Chicago - Vancouver service providing compartments, drawing rooms, double bedrooms and sections, also
lounge observation every day
in the year between Moose Jaw
and Vancouver. Dining facilities
—During summer season this
service is augmented by the operation of Chicago-Banff and
St. Paul - Vancouver sleeping
cars. 	
OPEN OBSERVATION
CARS through the Rockies.
AIR-CONDITIONED SOLARIUM LOUNGE, DINING AND STANDARD
SLEEPING    CARS.
THE MOUNTAINEER.
sponsorecl by the Chicago &
North Western, Soo Line and
Canadian Pacific . . . serves
the Canadian Rockies, including Banff, beautiful Lake
Louise, Emerald Lake, the
Yoho Valley . . . then on to
Vancouver. Coordinated transcontinental train service provides through travel for the
many who wish to enjoy the
"ALPS of AMERICA" as a
feature of their outing.
INCLUDING
Banff-Lake Louise-Emerald Lake
ORIGINATED as an aid to deflated pocketbooks, these low-cost
all-expense tours are continued
again in 1937 because so many found
them the best possible introduction
to the glorious Canadian Rockies.
They have everything! You stop
at famous Banff Springs Hotel,
lovely Chateau Lake Louise and
Swiss-like Emerald Lake Chalet—
and receive the best of everything.
You have time to play and rest:
swim, hike, play tennis, dance, fish.
And for the usual nominal fees, you
can golf at Banff or ride at any of
the resorts.
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 BARGAIN  TOURS
4*Z days at Lake JL.ouise, visit Emerald Lake
—Canadian Pacific Hotels, including General Drive at Banff and Moraine Lake in the Valley
of the Ten Peaks—all expenses	
6 Banff, 2 aays at Lake Louise, plus 1 day
optional at Banff or Lake Louise, 1 day at
Emerald Lake—Canadian Pacific Hotels, including
General Drive at Banff and Moraine Lake in the
Valley of the Ten Peaks—all expenses	
BOTH  TOURS   BEGIN AT   BANFF  WESTBOUND
AND FIELD EASTBOUND—JUNE 12th
Continuing daily through the summer season, last tour to be
completed to conform with closing date of hotels, September 13.
All tours include meals, accommodations with bath at Banff
Springs Hotel and Chateau Lake Louise, and at Emerald Lake
Chalet. Transportation from Banff to Field (or Field to
Banff)—126 miles of thrilling motoring.
TO  FIGURE   TOTAL  COST   ADD   RAIL   FARE   FROM YOUR
CITY TO FIELD, B. C. AND COST OF TOUR
74
service with refinement—
between Montreal, Winnipeg,
Calgary, Canadian Rockies and
Vancouver—offering all classes
of equipment on convenient fast
schedules—every day in the year.
. THE DOMINION
A merited service—-between
Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, all classes of equipment—
fast, daily year 'round schedule.
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126 Miles of Thrilling Motoring
in big comfortable modern buses
with tops that open up to the Alpine
sunshine. The Great Divide, Kicking Horse River Pass, Cathedral
Forest Glens, Mt. Stephen, Moraine
Lake and Natural Bridge are just
a few of the famous landmarks you
visit.
It's Grand Adventuring!
Interesting booklets show complete
itineraries with map of the whole
region and give invaluable information. You will want to study it before making any other vacation
plans.   Write for it!
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VARIATIONS  IN  ROUTES
WITH AND WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE
Optional Routes Without Extra Charge
The following optional routes are available, without additional
charge, in connection with Pacific Coast round-trip tickets:
Via Winnipeg—Tickets should be routed "Via Emerson" instead of "Via Portal"—no additional charge when tickets are
routed via Soo Line Canadian Pacific.
Tickets may be routed "Via Emerson" instead of Tortal, Via
Duluth, thence to St. Paul and Winnipeg—no additional charge
when tickets are routed via Soo Line Canadian Pacific.
Tickets reading between Portal or Emerson and Vancouver
are honored.
Via Main Line through Calgary and Banff, Alta.
Via Dunmore, Macleod and:
Colvalli and Golden.
Kaslo, Nakusp and Revelstoke.
Nelson, Roseberry, Nakusp and Revelstoke.
Nelson, West Robson, Nakusp and Revelstoke.
Nelson, Midway, via Penticton and Merritt to Spence's Bridge.
Nelson, Midway, via Penticton, Brodie and Hope.
Via Moose Jaw, Kerrobert, Wilkie or Macklin, and Wetaskiwin or Edmonton and Calgary, or via Moose Jaw, Kerrobert,
Lacombe and Calgary.
Between Winnipeg and Edmonton, thence through Calgary,
via Yorkton or Kirkella and Lanigan, or Regina and Bulyea,
or Regina and Colonsay, also via Moose Jaw and routes shown
in preceding paragraph.
Between Nelson and Sicamous, via Midway to Penticton,
C. P. S., Okanagan Landing, thence Hope and points west optional. THESE ROUTINGS APPLY IN REVERSE DIRECTION.
Optional Routes on Extra Payment
Between Moose Jaw and Edmonton or Wetaskiwin, thence
Calgary and points west via Regina and Bulyea or Colonsay,
Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin, $1.45.
Between Portal or Emerson to Calgary and points beyond via
Macleod, $3.75.
Between Portal or Emerson and Macleod and points west, via
Calgary, $3.75.
VALIDATION
ALL PACIFIC COAST TICKETS MUST BE VALIDATED
AT   DESTINATION   BEFORE   COMMENCING   RETURN
JOURNEY.
CANADIAN    CUSTOMS   OFFICERS    will   be   stationed   at
Banff permanently; at Lake Louise, June 12 to September 15 for
the purpose of clearing baggage of passengers from points in
United States. A UNITED STATES CUSTOMS OFFICER will
be at Banff from June 12 to September 18 to examine baggage
destined to United States.
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ND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST FARES AND DATES OF
TO PACIFIC COAST AND CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESORTS
TO
ROUTE
FROM
Akron  Ohio
Atlanta Ga.
Birmingham Ala
Charlotte N. C.
Chattanooga Tenn.
Chicago 111.
Cleveland Ohio
(via N.Y.C, P.R.R. or
B. & O.)
Cleveland. Ohio
(via N.Y.C. & St. L.)
Columbia S. C.
Davenport Iowa
Des Moines Iowa
Dubuque Iowa
Erie Pa.
Harrisburs; Pa.
Jacksonville Fla.
Jackson Miss.
Lima Ohio
Madison Wis.
Mansfield Ohio
Milwaukee Wis.
New Castle Pa.
New Orleans La.
Omaha Neb.
Philadelphia Pa.
Pittsburgh Pa
Reading Pa.
Springfield 111.
Trenton N. J.
Wheeling W. Va.
Wilmington Del.
Youngstown Ohio
North Pacific Coast
Via
Vancouver, Victoria,
Seattle, Tacoma,
Portland
Going or Returning
via St. Paul or
Council Bluffs
Season
$105.65
112.80
105.25
122.25
105.95
86.00
105.65
104.05
123.25
83.45
77.65
81.35
111.25
127.45
127.25
99.30
98.00
b 82.60
102.90
b 84.85
110.45
104 50
77.28
133.10
113.05
129.35
83.85
135.10
112.65
133.10
109.40
Coach
Season
$ 71.55
73.15
69.35
78.81
69.03
57.35
71.05
69.05
79.39
55.65
51.80
54.25
74.95
85.83
82.51
66.20
65.65
55.10
69.15
56.60
74.35
69.70
51.55
90.15
76.15
90.15
55.90
91.45
75.85
90.15
73.65
San Francisco
Via
Vancouver, Victoria
Seattle, Tacoma,
Portland
One Way via North
Pacific Coast
Season
$105.65
112.80
105.25
122.25
105.95
86.00
105.65
104.05
123.25
86.00
81.50
86.00
111.25
127.45
127.25
99.30
98.00
86.00
102.90
86.00
110.45
104.50
81.50
133.10
113.05
129.35
85.75
135.10
112.65
133.10
109.40
Coach
Season^
$71.55
73.15
69.35
78.81
69.03
57.35
71.05
69.05
79.39
57.35
54.35
57.35
74.95
85.83
82.51
66.20
65.65
57.35
69.15
57.35
74.35
69.70
54.35
90.15
76.15
90.15
57.20
91.45
75.85
90.15
73.65
Banff
Lake Louise
Season
"$"84760"
101.40
94.35
106.85
94.55
64.25
83.90
82.30
107.80
64.25
66.75
61.20
89.50
105.75
116.30
91.95
76.20
59.15
81.10
61.35
88.70
98.85
69.00
111.40
91.30
108.50
70.90
113.35
90.90
111.40
87.60
21
 Days
$ 73.85
87.85
79.75
97.25
81.00
53.50
73.15
71.55
98.20
51.45
49.05
48 • 60
78.75
95.00
101.20
76.65
65.45
49.25
70.35
51.15
77.95
82.40
52.10
100.65
80.55
97.75
59.10
102.60
80.15
100.65
7685
Season
$ 86.10
102.90
95.85
108.35
96.05
65.75
85.40
83.80
109.30
65.75
68.25
62.70
91.00
107.25
117.80
93.45
77.70
60.65
82.60
62.85
90.20
100.35
70.50
112.90
92.80
110.00
72.40
114.85
92.40
112.90
89.10
21
Days
$ 75.15
89.15
81.05
98.55
82.30
54.80
74.45
72.85
99.50
52.75
50.35
49.90
80.05
96.30
102.50
77.95
66.75
50.55
71.65
52.45
79.25
83.70
53.40
101.95
81.85
99.05
60.40
103.90
81.45
101.95
78.15
Field
Season
$ 87.00
103.80
96.75
109.25
96.95
66 65
86.30
84 70
110.20
66.65
69.15
63.60
91.90
108.15
118.70
94.35
78.60
61.55
83.50
63.75
91.10
101.25
71.40
113.80
93.70
110.90
73.30
115.75
93.30
113.80
90.00
21
Days
$ 75.85
89.85
81.75
99.25
83.00
55.50
75.15
73.55
100.20
53.45
51.05
50.60
80.75
97.00
103.20
78.85
67.45
51.25
72.35
53.15
79.95
84-40
54.10
102.65
82.55
99.75
61.10
104.60
82.15
102.65
78.85
b—Both directions via St. Paul.
Round trip tickets to North Pacific Coast and California good in tourist sleeping cars west of St. Paul on sale May 15 to October 15, final return limit October 31,1937. Rates on application. The above are proposed fares, subject to correction, pending issuance of regular tariff.
DATES OF SALE—RETURN LIMIT, 1937
Final
Return
Limit
DATES OF SALE
Tickets
To
North Pacific
Coast and
California
To
Banff
To
Lake Louise
and Field
Season
October 31
21 days
May 15 to
October 15
May 15 to
Sept. 30
May 15 to
Sept. 30
June 1 to
Sept. 30
June 1 to
Sept. 30
21 days
Stopovers
Rail tickets permit stopovers at all points where train stops and
standard sleeping car tickets permit stopovers, not to exceed a total
of 60 days in all at Banff, Lake Louise, Hector, Field, Glacier, Sicamous, Kamloops. or Penticton.
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REGULAR 9-DAY CRUISE
$
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TAKU GLACIER
19 SAILINGS from VANCOUVER
MEALS  and BERTH INCLUDED
from VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
to SKAGWAY AND RETURN
THE REGULAR 9-DAY TRIP
Nine days through the world-famous "Inside Passage," the Fjords of America, a channel calm and
smooth as a river. In many places the mountains
overhang the channel on either side and tower far
above. The shores are varied and rugged, with heavy
timber on the slopes. To the north are glaciers—vast
rivers of ice among the mountains. There are many
spectacular and gorgeous features to the trip—mountains, Indian totem poles, wild game, gorges, glaciers,
"Narrows" with winding restricted channels, weird and
beautiful "Northern Lights"—"Midnight Sun"—glorious Alpine flowers, gold mines, fish canneries along
the shore. Surely no other trip can show so much in
grandeur and unusual charm at such little expense.
THE STEAMSHIPS
The smart Canadian Pacific "Princess" steamships
were built especially for the Alaska Service. Lectures
on historical and industrial Alaska, deck games and
other sports are features on board. All "Princess"
steamships in Canadian Pacific Alaska service have
dance orchestras and spacious dance floors.
The $95.00 minimum round-trip fare includes tasty
meals and comfortable berths, excepting while in port
at Skagway.  There are many other desirable rooms at
slight additional cost. Passengers who desire to remain aboard steamer while in port at Skagway may
do so—the expense is nominal—or they may take
advantage of the attractive side trips.
THE SAILINGS
From Vancouver steamers sail at 9:00 P.M. on
June S, 12, 19, 26, 30, July 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, 31,
August 7, 11, 14, 21, 28. Connecting day or night
steamer from, or to Seattle.
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE sails from Vancouver
June 22nd and August 3rd at 11:00 A.M. on Special
11-Day Cruise, visiting interesting and unusual ports
and  inlets—$115.00 and up.
SEE INTERIOR ALASKA
At Skagway, connection is made with the White
Pass & Yukon Railway and Steamship Lines. The
railway line extends over White Pass to Carcross and
White Horse, connecting with Yukon River Steamers
for an interesting trip down the mighty river to Dawson, City of Klondike fame. Fascinating WEST
TAKU ARM is reached by steamer from Carcross.
The steamers on the Yukon River are specially built,
electric-lighted, contain two-berth rooms, offering passengers every comfort. These side trips are well worth
the short time required to make them.
STANDARD SLEEPING CAR FARES
BETWEEN
(either direction)
Chicago-St. PauITTT. 777
Chicago-Banff	
Chicago-Lake Louise...
Chicago-Vancouver....
St. Paul-Winnipeg	
St. Paul-Banff	
St. Paul-Lake Louise...
St. Paul-Vancouver....
Winnipeg-Banff	
Winnipeg-Lake Louise.
Winnipeg-Vancouver...
Seattle-Portland	
Portland-San Francisco
San Fran.-Los Angeles.
Lower
Upper
Single
Occu
Compartment
$ 7.00
Berth
Berth
$ 2.00
pancy
Section
$ 3.50
$ 2.50
11.75
9.40
16.45
33.00
12.00
9.60
16.80
34.00
15.75
12.60
22.05
44.50
3.00
2.40
4.20
8.50
9.25
7.40
12.95
26.00
9.75
7.80
13.65
27.50
13.25
10.60
18.55
37.50
7.00
5.60
9.80
20.00
7.25
5.80
10.15
20.50
12.00
9.60
16.80
34.00
2.50
2.00
3.50
7.00
5.50
4.40
7.70
15.50
3.00
2.40
4.20
8.50
Drawing
Room
$^97ooT
42.00
42.00
56.00
11.00
33.00
35.00
47.00
25.00
26.00
42.00
9.00
20.00
11.00
PARLOR CAR FARES
BETWEEN
(either direction)
Banff and Lake Louise.
Banff, Lake Louise and
Field (Emerald Lake) .
BETWEEN
(either direction)
Field and Sicamous	
Sicamous and Vancouver
Seat
Rate
$1.15
225
13
The Canadian Pacific "Princess" Steamships
Between Vancouver—Victoria—Seattle
After the rail journey, the 165-mile trip on the inland
salt waters of the Gulf of Georgia, Straits of Juan
de Fuca and Puget Sound, embracing three of the
most interesting and flourishing cities on the Pacific
Coast, comes as an exceedingly pleasing diversion. The
Canadian Pacific famous "Princess" steamships maintain day and night a triangular daily service between
Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. These splendid, twin
screw, turbine steamships, render fast dependable service between these three cities—built especially for this
service. They are fitted with large public saloons,
social halls, dining rooms; and every possible modern
convenience is provided for the pleasure, comfort and
safety of the traveler. If requested at time of purchase, through tickets will include the steamer trip
mentioned WITHOUT ADDITIONAL  CHARGE.
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PRINCESS KATHLEEN and PRINCESS MARGUERITE
in the Vancouver - Victoria - Seattle service
The North Pacific Coast to California
From North Pacific Coast points the journey may
be continued to California, via rail or steamer. Delightful stopovers may be made at many interesting Pacific
Coast cities and side trips to the great wonderlands of
Mt. Rainier, Columbia River, Mt. Shasta, Crater Lake,
Utah's National Parks, scenic Colorado or any of the
numerous other western beauty spots, thus completing
a trip of unparalleled interest.
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