Join us on this first-class tour and discover Western Canada at its best!
|per rider in shared twin/double room (to book a separate room, please choose the single room surcharge)||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Kawasaki KLR 650||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha FZ6R||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Suzuki SV650||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Suzuki VStrom DL650||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Honda NC750X||€5,990.00 $6,663.62 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW F700GS (low)||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW F750GS||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Honda Rebel 1100||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Triumph Bonneville Street Twin||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Triumph Bonneville||€6,290.00 $6,997.36 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW F850GS||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW F900 XR||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Honda Africa Twin CRF 1000||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Honda Africa Twin CRF 1100||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Suzuki V-Strom DL1050||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle KTM 890 Adventure||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha 700 Ténéré||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha Tracer 900||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha Tracer 9 GT||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Triumph Tiger 800XRx||€6,390.00 $7,108.61 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW R1200GS||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW R1200RT||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW R1250RS||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW S1000XR||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Ducati Multistrada 950||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha XTZ 1200 Ténéré||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Yamaha FJR 1300||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle Triumph Tiger 1200XRx||€6,590.00 $7,331.10 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW R1250GS||€6,790.00 $7,553.59 ?|
|with rental motorcycle BMW R1250RT||€6,790.00 $7,553.59 ?|
|per passenger in shared twin/double room (passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider)||€4,290.00 $4,772.44 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room")||€1,490.00 $1,657.56 ?|
|Models are subject to availability.|
|Single travelers can book a ½ twin room. In this case, the room will be shared with another person traveling alone (same-sex), provided we have a corresponding booking. Then the single supplement is not applicable.|
|14 nights in double room, partly with breakfast|
|12 days rental motorcycle depending on category|
|Comprehensive insurance (SB 2000-3000 CDN$ depending on model)|
|German-speaking tour guide on the motorcycle|
|Luggage transport /accompanying vehicle|
|Ferry to/from Vancouver Island|
|Everything that is not specified under services|
|Flight to/from Vancouver|
|all catering services|
|Travel cancellation and repatriation insurance|
|Total distance: about 3,800 km|
|Daily stages: 100 - 430 km|
|Road condition: 100% asphalt, mostly very good, rarely sometimes bad asphalt|
|Riding skills: The motorcycle should be safely controlled even on winding roads.|
|Accommodation: Typical accommodation with three to four stars.|
|Climate: Much more summery than generally expected. Due to the North Pacific being somewhat cooler on the coast, with bright sun and blue skies up to 30 degrees possible.|
|Minimum number of participants: 6 riders. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the tour up to 28 days before the start of the tour.|
|We recommend that you take out comprehensive international health and travel insurance, including travel cancellation insurance and, if necessary, travel interruption insurance.|
|For entry to Canada, a so-called ETA form is needed. You can apply for this at https://www.canada.ca! However, please check the validity of your passport. You will need it to travel to non-European countries. It must be valid for at least 3 months after the date of departure!|
|A driver's license authorizing the operation of a motorcycle according to the regulations of the country of issue is required. In addition to the national driver's license, an international driver's license is required.|
|In Canada, helmets are compulsory.|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Canada's showcase region in the Wild West. The California of the far north, so to speak. With great highways through the Rockies along majestic three-thousand-meter peaks and the eternal ice of the glaciers in the east. Idyllic lakes, lush fauna, and successful fruit and wine plantations in the south.
On selected touring machines with a roadbook in hand and a tour guide at your side, you will embark on a discovery tour through the vast countryside. A great round to many highlights of the Canadian west. The luggage rides comfortably in the van behind, the tour guide too. Just in case, he rides last, so that everyone can be helped quickly. Along the way, there are plenty of opportunities to seek out the highlights of the British Columbia region. These are mostly scenic in the Rocky Mountains. But if you're a little lucky, you might even see a bear or a moose.
You will experience the metropolis Vancouver, the spectacular Rocky Mountains, the beauty of Vancouver Island, several national parks, and the unique wildlife (brown bears, whales, grizzly bears, moose, and many more)! This diversity and the fast contrasts make motorcycling in Western Canada surprising, curve after curve. For this tour, you can choose from Canada's most extensive selection of outstanding motorcycles from BMW, Suzuki, Ducati, Triumph, Yamaha, or Honda. A German-speaking guide will accompany you, take care of the luggage transported in the escort vehicle, be at your disposal for all questions about the country and its people at any time and show you the most beautiful corners and spectacular motorcycle routes of Western Canada during the course of the tour! You will stay in carefully selected lodges, resorts, and hotels of the upper-middle class!
Route itinerary (subject to change):
DAY 1: Arrival Vancouver
Today all participants of the tour arrive. In the evening, a first get-to-know-you dinner (at own expense) and first information meeting are planned.
Overnight stay in Vancouver
DAY 2: Free day in Vancouver, sightseeing:
Today is the first of all time to get to know the impressive metropolis of Vancouver a little better. And to work off any jet lag that may be present. In addition, in the course of the afternoon, the formalities for taking over the motorcycle will be taken care of.
Overnight stay in Vancouver
DAY 3: Vancouver - Penticton: approx. 400 km
On today's first leg, the Trans Canada Highway takes you eastward into the interior of the country. You follow the Fraser River, ride through the Sunshine Valley and stop in the village of Hope. The tour follows the former Gold Rush Trail eastward, from Hope to Princeton and on to Lake Okanagan, on whose shore Penticton is located.
Overnight in Penticton.
DAY 4: Penticton - Nelson: approx. 330 km
Continuing east, we ride close to the U.S. border through the fertile wine country and Gladstone Prov. Park. Along the foothills of Kootenay Lake, we reach Nelson in the late afternoon.
Overnight stay in Nelson
DAY 5: Nelson-Revelstoke: approx. 280 km
The landscape today will be recognizably "Canadian". First, you ride along the shore of Lake Kootenay, enjoy great views up to Kaslo before you meander along the winding road to New Denver. If you feel like it, we recommend a side trip to Slocan Beach. By the way, here in the region not rare "locals" - grizzly bears! In Naskup, you will take the ferry to Shelter Bay and from there you will ride the last part of the way along Arrow Lake.
Overnight stay in Revelstoke.
DAY 6: Revelstoke - Lake Louise: approx. 230 km
Today's stage takes you into the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Over the Rogers Pass (here a stop at the Monument is worthwhile) you reach the Yoho National Park, where we make a detour to the beautiful Emerald Lake and the 'Natural Bridge'. We pass Kicking Horse Pass on the way to Lake Louise. The famous lake is best visited this evening or first thing in the morning and thus outside the most popular times. It is also worthwhile to make a detour to Lake Moraine, which is unjustly overshadowed by the more famous Lake Louise.
Overnight stay in Lake Louise.
DAY 7: Lake Louise - Jasper: approx. 400 km
Today's stage is truly magnificent. The Icefield Parkway leads us right through the Rocky Mountains! Not very curvy but surrounded by a mighty mountain range of glaciers and imposing massifs. In addition, there are numerous detours to spectacularly located lakes such as Hector or Peyto Lake. After 2/3 of the stage, you can do the Icefield Skywalk, visit the Athabasca and/or Sunwapta Falls.
After an impressive stage, we will spend the night in Jasper.
DAY 8: Free day in Jasper
Today you can review the numerous impressions of the last days - and also collect new ones. If you want to make a day trip, a ride through Jasper National Park to Lake Maligne including a visit to the really deep Maligne Gorge is worthwhile! Jasper invites you to a leisurely stroll, the surrounding mountains will not let you forget that you are in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
Overnight stay in Jasper
DAY 9: Jasper - Kamloops: approx. 420 km
After the quiet day yesterday, today we have a longer bridging stage. We leave the Rocky Mountains and the state of Alberta and ride first through Mt. Robson National Park - of course not without stopping at the Lookout and taking lots of pictures. The view is great when the weather is right! Until Kamloops, we ride through wooded and - admittedly - compared to the last day's rather less exciting landscapes. But only today...
Overnight stay in Kamloops.
DAY 10: Kamloops - Whistler: approx. 300 km
Today spectacular motorcycle routes await us again and with the Duffy Lake Road a very special highlight of the tour! But first, you ride along the shores of Lake Kamloops, meet the Fraser River again and reach Lillooet at noon. Here a stop is worthwhile - for refreshment before the unbelievable curves of the Duffy Lake Road are waiting for you! In the early evening, we reach Whistler.
Overnight stay in Whistler.
DAY 11: Whistler - Ucluelet (Vancouver Island): approx. 350 km
On the Sea-to-Sky Highway, you ride towards the ferry that will take you to Vancouver Island. The crossing impresses with the view of numerous bays and is often accompanied by dolphins. Once on Vancouver Island, a motorcycling highlight awaits you: the ride through the Pacific Rim National Park! 140km of bend after bend and finally the beautiful Pacific beaches. Depending on the season, you can observe gray and killer whales in addition to sea lions in the numerous bays. Even bears can be seen from time to time!
Overnight stay in Ucluelet
DAY 12: Free day in Ucluelet: at leisure
Today you have the opportunity to go on an exciting whale watching tour - sightings of orcas are not uncommon here! You can also take a day tour or just do nothing!
Overnight once again in Ucluelet.
DAY 13: Ucluelet - Victoria: approx. 430 km
Today we start early to ride to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. If necessary, we will take the small side route via Lake Cowichan and Jordann River. In the afternoon we reach Victoria. The British influence cannot be overlooked in this picturesque city with its striking buildings and many flower gardens.
Overnight stay in Victoria
DAY 14: Victoria - Vancouver: approx. 70 km
In the morning you should take your time for this picture book city, in which the British influence is unmistakable. On the way to the ferry, you will pass Butchard Gardens, a more than 100 years old, paradise-like botanical garden - also worth a visit! In the afternoon you will take the ferry to the Canadian mainland.
Overnight stay in Vancouver
DAY 15: Departure from Vancouver
Today, unfortunately, is already the end of your Canadian trip - unless you would like a few extra days in this fascinating city, which can rightly count itself among the most beautiful metropolises in the world.