This two-week tour gives you a very good impression of the highlights that the West of Canada has in store for us motorcyclists. Among other things, you will experience the metropolis of Vancouver, rid through the spectacular Rocky Mountains and enjoy the legendary coastal roads on Vancouver Island.
|Rider / Motorcycle: Kawasaki Versys 650||€5,650.00 $6,285.39 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Suzuki SV650||€5,650.00 $6,285.39 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: V-Strom DL 650||€5,650.00 $6,285.39 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Honda NC750X||€5,650.00 $6,285.39 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW F700GS (low)||€5,850.00 $6,507.88 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW F750GS||€5,850.00 $6,507.88 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Triumph America LT||€5,850.00 $6,507.88 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Triumph Scrampler||€5,850.00 $6,507.88 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW F850GS||€5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Yamaha MT09 Tracer||€5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Suzuki V-Strom DL 1000||€5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?|
|RIder / Motorcycle: Honda Africa Twin DCT 1000||€5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Triumph Tiger XR800||€5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW S1000XR||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Yamaha XTZ 1200 Tenere||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Triumph Tiger 1200XR||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Ducati Multistrada 950||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW R1200RS||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Yamaha FJR 1300||€6,090.00 $6,774.87 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW R1250GSW||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: BMW R1250RTW||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|Rider / Motorcycle: Ducati Multistrada 1260||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|Pillion passenger||€3,950.00 $4,394.21 ?|
|Single room (surcharge)||€1,390.00 $1,546.32 ?|
|12 days motorcycle of your choice / category|
|Fully comprehensive insurance (with SB* from CDN$ 2.000,- to CDN$ 3.000,-)|
|Luggage system (side case & top box)|
|14 nights in upper middle class accommodation|
|German speaking tour guide in the support vehicle|
|Support vehicle for luggage transport|
|Detailed information material & logbook in German incl. maps|
|Ferry crossing to Vancouver Island|
|All Canadian taxes|
|Travel price protection certificate according to BGB § 651|
|* The deductible can be covered by an optional insurance at EUR 6.50 per day. We will be happy to provide information about details and possible deals on request.|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|Minimum number of participants: 5 persons|
|Those travelling alone can book a ½ double room. In this case, the room will be shared with another participant (of the same sex), provided there is a corresponding booking. In this case, the DC surcharge is not applicable.|
|We will be happy to book the flights matching this tour for you (Economy from approx. EUR 900,- p.p.). You are free to choose when you want to arrive and depart and whether you want to fly in Economy, Premium Economy or Business Class. Let us know your ideas, we will be happy to make you an offer!|
|PRICE INFORMATION: Due to the continuous strong fluctuations of the Euro the above mentioned prices may change! We are happy to adapt our prices to more favourable conditions at the time of your inquiry - please ask for a non-binding offer from us!|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
The motorcycle tour starts in Vancouver. The metropolis on the Pacific Ocean is repeatedly awarded as one of the most livable cities in the world. You will quickly discover why! First the route leads south-east, through the mighty Hells Gate Canyon, following the old gold-digger trails and making a stop at Lake Okangan and Kootenay Lake. On the top motorbike trails along Lake Kootenay you will see the typical Canada: deep blue lakes and mighty mountains surrounded by deep green forests. At Mt Brennan and around the Kokanee and Monashee Glaciers the chances of seeing grizzly bears are good! Via Rogers Pass we reach Yoho National Park, visit the Emerald Lakes, ride the Kicking Horse Pass and pass Lake Louise before reaching Banff.... and the heart of the Rocky Mountains! The Icefield Parkway enchants us on the way to Jasper, the stretch to Whistler is littered with countless lakes. On Vancouver Island the tour ends ... with the grand finale, consisting of magnificent nature, the possibility to watch whales and a motorcycling highlight: the ride through the Pacific Rim National Park!
For this motorcycle tour you can choose from Canada's most extensive selection of outstanding motorcycles from BMW, Suzuki, Ducati, Triumph, Yamaha or Honda. An English-speaking tour guide will accompany you, take care of your luggage in the support vehicle, be available at all times to answer all your questions about the country and its people, and show you the most beautiful corners and most spectacular motorcycle routes of Western Canada during the tour!
You will stay in carefully selected lodges, resorts and hotels of the upper middle class!
Tour schedule (subject to change):
Day 1: Arrival in Vancouver
Today all participants are expected in Vancouver. In the evening we will meet for a dinner (at own expense) and first information session.
Day 2: City tour Vancouver
Get to know the impressive metropolis of Vancouver better. In the course of the afternoon motorcycle takeover.
Day 3: Vancouver - Summerland, 400 km
On the Trans Canada Highway eastward into the interior. Via "Hells Gate Canyon", Spences Bridge, following the Gold Rush Trail northward, via Hope to Merritt and further to Summerland at Lake Okangan.
Day 4: Summerland - Nelson, 330 km
Along the US border, through very good wine-growing area and Gladstone Prov. Park to Kootenay Lake and Nelson.
Day 5: Free day in Nelson, km at will
Around Lake Kootenay, which nestles between several Provincial Parks and gives a perfect "Canada picture", some of the top motorcycle routes are waiting for you!
Day 6: Nelson - Revelstoke, 280 km
Today you ride over the mountains between Mt Brennan and Kokanee Glacier, enjoying magnificent views of the Monashee Glacier. In addition, you will often see "locals" in the region: Grizzly bears! The last section along Arrow Lake is a particularly beautiful part of the stage.
Day 7: Revelstoke - Banff, 300 km
The Rocky Mountains await us! Over Rogers Pass into Yoho National Park, a detour to beautiful Emerald Lake and the 'Natural Bridge' before we pass the Kicking Horse Pass. Before we reach Banff we stop at Lake Louise.
Day 8: Banff - Mt Robson, 350 km
We ride the famous Icefields Parkway to Jasper and Mt Robson.
Day 9: Mt Robson - Kamloops, 350 km
We ride between Wells Gray and the Upper Seymour River Prov. Park, surrounded by the imposing mountains around Mt Monashee, Hallam Peak and Gold Peak. After Clearwater we reach a lake district again, so that we cruise along numerous beautiful riverbanks until Kamloops.
Day 10: Kamloops - Whistler, 300 km
A stage through typical cowboy country, with steeply rising mountain passes awaits us. And never ending curves along the Duffy Lake Road. A true waltz dance to the famous ski resort Whistler
Day 11: Whistler - Ucluelet, 350 km
On the Sea-to-Sky Highway we head for the ferry to Vancouver Island. The crossing impresses with the view of numerous bays and is often accompanied by dolphins. Along the winding Sunshine Coast and with the Pacific Rim National Park we ride via Vancouver Island: 140km curve after curve!
Day 12: Free day in Ucluelet
In the morning you can start on a whale & bear watching tour.
Day 13: Ucluelet - Victoria, 390 km
Ride to Victoria, capital of British Columbia and visit the picturesque city.
Day 14: Victoria - Vancouver, 70 km
In the morning time for Victoria, in the afternoon crossing to Vancouver. Return of the motorcycle.
Day 15: Departure from Vancouver
On this tour the tour guide rides the luggage vehicle, he does not ride ahead of the group. He shows you the day's stage in detail, gives tips on route planning and hints on places of interest.
You will receive detailed maps and a rider's logbook to get from A to B in small groups. So everyone can arrange his day according to his own (riding) wishes.