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Twenty-four hour motor detour through the Canadian Rockies Brewster Transport 1928

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celebrated places that you can see quickly and conveniently by this new 24-hour Motor Detour through the
heart of the Canadian Pacific Rockies*
The above profile map shows only the principal mot
It has been especially arranged for your convenience.
You leave your train at one end—travel by comfortable
motor busses—sleep over-night at far-famedLakeLouise—
resume the journey next morning, refreshed and invigorated, and re-join your train that afternoon, having seen
many of the most beautiful of the wonders of this region.
24-Hour Motor Detour through the Canadian Pacific Rockies
Time  Table
This trip will run every day, in each direction, from June 15 to September 5, 1928
Motor Travelling  Westward
Miles
0 Arrive Banff Mountain Time
From Montreal & Chicago (No. 1) 7.55 am
Chicago (No. 5) (July & Aug.) 9.15 am
Chicago (No. 13)   n-35 am
'    Montreal (No. 7)   12.50 pm
1 Transfer to Banff Springs Hotel
General Drive round Banff.. .   1.30 pm
(See trip No. 3) returning to
hotel at Z  3.30 pm
24 Leave Banff Springs Hotel  4.00 pm
40     Arrive Johnston Canyon, 40 minutes' stop—30 minutes' walk
Leave Johnston Canyon
Arrive Lake Louise Station
Arrive Chateau Lake Louise   6.30 pm
Motor Travelling Eastward
Miles
Arrive Golden Pacific Time
From Vancouver (No. 4)    5.40 am
Vancouver (No. 8) 12.00 noon
\ Vancouver (No. 14) 12.50 pm
(The above times are Pacific Time.
Motor Cars leave—and all times below this line are—
on Mountain Time, One Hour Faster.)     Mountain Time
0 Leave Golden Station   2.30 pm
Arrive West Park Entrance
Kicking Horse Canyon
39 "     Emerald Lake Chalet.... 4.30 pm
39 Leave Emerald Lake Chalet  4.45 pm
43      Arrive Natural Bridge
40
STOP OVERNIGHT
5.30 am
65 Leave Chateau Lake Louise	
Arrive The Great Divide
73 (      Wapta Bungalow Camp
Kicking Horse Pass
81 Meeting of the Waters
86 Yoho Valley Camp
97 Field Station 10.30 am
99 Natural Bridge
103 Emerald Lake Chalet .... 11.15 am
STOP FOR LUNCH
103 Leave Emerald Lake Chalet...... 12.30pm
Arrive Kicking Horse Canyon
West Park Entrance
142 Golden Station     2.30 pm
Time changes at Golden to
Pacific time—One Hour Slower.
Leave Golden for Vancouver        Pacific Time
The Mountaineer (No. 13)  3.45 pm
Trans-Canada (No. 7)  4.45 pm
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Field Station 5.30 pm
Yoho Valley Camp
Meeting of the Waters
Kicking Horse Pass
Wapta Bungalow Camp
The Great Divide
Chateau Lake Louise .... 7.15 pm
STOP OVERNIGHT
77 Leave Chateau Lake Louise   9.00 am
Arrive Lake Louise Station
Johnston Canyon
40 minutes' stop—30 minutes' walk
Leave Johnston Canyon
Arrive Banff Springs Hotel 11.45 am
118 Leave Banff Springs Hotel    1.30 pm
General Drive round Banff
(See Trip No. 3) returning to
hotel at   3.30 pm
142      Transfer to Banff Station
Leave Banff
For Montreal (No. 8)   5.15 pm
Chicago (No. 14)   6.25 pm
I   St. Paul (No. 6) (July & Aug.). 9.10 pm
Montreal & Chicago (No. 2). 11.00 pm
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Cost
The cost of the above 24-hour Motor Detour
in either direction is:
Transfer, Banff Station to Banff Springs Hotel. . $ 0.50
General Drive around Banff 3.00
Banff to Lake Louise 5.00
Lake Louise to Emerald Lake 5.00
Emerald Lake to Golden 5.00
$18.50
Not included—Meals en route or room at Chateau
Lake Louise.
Any part of the above trip can be omitted, or the journey
may be broken at any intermediate point and resumed at a
later date. The latter is, however, subject to there being
vacant accommodation on the busses.
Baggage
One club bag or valise will be carried in the
busses—no trunks or heavy pieces.
Banff to Lake Louise $  .25 per piece
Lake Louise to Yoho    .25       "'
Yoho to Emerald Lake 25       "
Emerald Lake to Golden 50       "
Through trip, Banff to Golden 1.00       "
Sleeping Car Accommodations
If you want sleeping car reservations made, so that when you
come to the end of this 24-hour Motor Detour you will have
reservations—and if you have not already made them—you
should:—
Going Westward—Apply on arrival at Banff, either Depot Ticket
Office or Hotel Ticket Office, for space west of Golden.
Going Eastward—Apply on arrival at Chateau Lake Louise (Ticket
Office) for space east of Banff. TWENTY-FOUR HOUR
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> ANFF—Lake Louise—the Kicking Horse Canyon—
Yoho Valley—Emerald Lake—Rocky Mountains National Park—Yoho National Park—these are some of the
celebrated places that you can see quickly and conveniently by this new 24-hour Motor Detour through the
heart of the Canadian Pacific Rockies*.
It has been especially arranged for your convenience.
You leave your train at one end—travel by comfortable
motor busses—sleep over-night at far-famedLakeLouise—
resume the journey next morning, refreshed and invigorated, and re-join your train that afternoon, having seen
many of the most beautiful of the wonders of this region.
You motor 142 miles along the magnificent roads
constructed by the Canadian Government through Rocky
Mountains National Park and Yoho National Park. The
road rises at one point to over a mile above sea level—
at its highest point it is nearly three-quarters of a mile
higher than its lowest point.  You pass towering mountain
peaks, gigantic glaciers, roaring rivers, deep canyons, and
deep primeval forests. You see wild mountain game by
the roadside.
You stop at celebrated Canadian Pacific hotels or bungalow camps
for rest and refreshment. And at the end of the journey, you can
resume your train ride in sleeping car space reserved for you.
These are some of the "highlights" of the trip:—
Banff—Capital of Rocky Mountains Park—with boating, riding, climbing, buffalo,
dancing, golf, sulphur swimming pool and the magnificent Banff Springs Hotel.
Johnston Canyon—A Canyon with a turbulent waterfall at its head.
Lake Louise—Nature's most beautiful picture, with climbing, boating, glaciers,
trail riding, Lakes in the Clouds, Moraine Lake, and the famous Chateau Lake
Louise, where you sleep overnight.
The Great Divide—Backbone of the continent.
Wapta Lake—With a charming bungalow camp.
Kicking Horse Pass—The Meeting of the Waters.
Yoho Valley Camp—In one of the most beautiful valleys in the Rockies, situated
at the foot of spectacular Takakkaw Falls, with a drop of over 1,200 feet.
Field—At the foot of Mount Stephen—Natural Bridge.
Emerald Lake—A gem of scenery at the foot of huge ranges, with the delightful
Emerald Lake Chalet.
Kicking Horse Canyon—A mighty glacial river between steep mountain cliffs.
Golden—Confluence of the Columbia and Kicking Horse Rivers. Other Motor Drives in the Rockies
i. The Lariat Trail—Three Days, Three National Parks
This magnificent ride takes you not only the same route as the 24-hour Motor Detour mentioned
on the previous page, but also over the far-famed Banff-Windermere Road. It takes you through
Rocky Mountains National Park, Kootenay Park,\£he Columbia Valley, the Kicking Horse Canyon,
Yoho Park and the Great Divide.
Leave Banff 9.00 a.m. every Monday and Thursday (and Wapta Camp, Lake Louise, Banff,
on any  day   with   a   minimum   of  4   passengers)     during
summer season. First day, Castle Mountain Bungalow Camp, Ample time allowed at all points of interest.   Distance 300
Vermilion   River   Crossing,   Radium   Hot   Springs.    Second miles.    Price $30.00, not including meals or lodgings.    See
day, Golden,"Emerald Lake.   Third day, Yoho Valley Camp, map below.
2. Lake Windermere All Expense Tour—Two Days
This  is  a  208   mile  tour  over  this  splendid Camp, Marble Canyon, Vermilion River Crossing,
Government road.   Leave Banff 9.00 a.m. every Radium Hot Springs and Lake Windermere Camp.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday during summer Fare    $25.00,    including   meals    and   lodgings,
season.    Stop   at   Castle   Mountain   Bungalow Minimum, 4 passengers.
3. Banff General Drive ufiEiil 4* To Lake Minnewanka
Buffalo Park, Tunnel Mount- ?" *v fa _^^»^L!5!J^^i                                            One trip a dav, ^A  hours,
ain,. Bow Falls, Spray Valley, ~*uBt!s^ S^sSB ^-25"
Zoo,   Cave   and   Basin,    Golf ^r Hc\
Links.    Two  trips  a day,  22 ff' V                                             5-  Banff—Calgary-
miles, 2,K hours, $3.00 / J                       -»-                -TN     1 1      -i-i  >i      o       •
/ ^Isi&t           Double  Daily Service
6.  Banff—Lake / ^<j        ^    ^^0yg&£> Each   Way,   $5.00   one
Louise 'U&9->: CSl-*^-^^     banff way—$8.50 return.
Triple   Daily   Service \ "<*«a-»r Ji^ Leave Banff 9.00 a.m.
each way, with stop  at ^Y /j* mouhtaim Arnve Calgary 12.30 p.m.
Johnston   Canyon,   3 V /camp tuN™<»■<*> Leave Banff  7.00 p.m.
hours,.42 miles, $5.00. \.     " V> Arrive c^^ IO-3° P-m-
Leave Banff Springs Hotel ^ -^ Leave Calgary 9.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 4.00 p.m. || JifliSL. The  Lariat Arrive Banff    1.00 p.m.
Leave Chateau Lake Louise   . ] ™D,HHoH£L8WMHCS Trail Leave Calgary   3.00 p.m.
9.00 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 4.00 p.m. Arrive Banff   6.30 p.m.
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7. Lake Louise and Emerald Lake
Double Daily Service each way, 42 miles,   $\ hours, $5.00.
Leave Lake Louise   9.30 a.m.     2.30 p.m.
Arrive Yoho Valley 11.00 a.m.     4.00 p.m.
Arrive Emerald Lake   3.00 p.m.      5.00 p.m.
8. Yoho Circle Tour
Daily, 36 miles, 7 hours, $5.00
Leave Field 10.00 a.m., Arrive Yoho Valley Camp 11.30 a.m.
Arrive Emerald Lake Chalet 3.30 p.m., Arrive Field 5.00 p.m.
Leave Emerald Lake   9.15 a.m.     3.30 p.m.
Arrive Yoho Valley 11.45 a.m	
Arrive Lake Louise   3.30 p.m.      6.00 p.m.
9. Moraine Lake Trip
Leave Chateau Lake Louise 10.30 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 4.00 p.m.
Time i}4 hours, 18 miles, $2.50.
For further information about Motor trips or about the Canadian Pacific Rockies, call up or write
to the nearest Canadian Pacific Agent, as follows:
Atlanta, Ga Suite 1017 Healey Building.
Boston, Mass j 405 Boylston St.
Buffalo, N.Y 160 Pearl St.
Calgary, Alta Canadian Pacific Station.
Chicago, 111 71 East Jackson Blvd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 201 Dixie Terminal Bldg.
Cleveland, Ohio 1010 Chester Ave.
Detroit, Mich 1231 Washington Blvd.
Indianapolis, Ind. Merchants' Bank Building.
Kansas City, Mo 723 Walnut Street.
Los Angeles, Cal 621 South Grand Avenue.
Minneapolis, Minn 611 Second Ave. South.
Montreal, Que 141 St. James St.
Nelson, B.C Baker and Ward Streets.
North Bay, Ont 87 Main St. West.
New York, N.Y Madison Ave., at 44th St.
Omaha, Neb 717 W.O.W. Building
Ottawa, Ont 83 Sparks St.
Philadelphia, Pa Locust Street, at 15th.
Pittsburgh, Pa 338 Sixth Ave.
Portland, Ore 55 Third St.
Quebec, Que Palais Station.
Saint John, N.B 40 King St.
St. Louis, Mo 412 Locust St.
San Francisco, Cal 675 Market St.
Seattle, Wash 1320-22 FQupth Avenue.
Spokane, Wash Old National Bank.
Tacoma, Wash 1113 Pacific Avenue.
Toronto, Ont Canadian Pacific Bldg.
Vancouver, B.C Canadian Pacific Station.
Washington, D.C 905 Fifteenth St., N.W.
Winnipeg, Man.. | Main and Portage.
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