Canada in winter is just amazing! Snowy vistas abound and in the Rocky Mountains the views are just magical.
The frozen Lake Louise is a hive of winter activities to participate in or to watch. See ice skaters weaving in and out of an Ice Castle built right on the Lake, or view the amazing Ice Sculptures within the grounds of the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.
Enjoy a Dog Sledding Tour or walk to a frozen waterfall and gasp at the ice climbers. Swim in natural hot springs in Banff or ride the Gondola up Sulphur Mountain for amazing views of the surrounding mountains and frozen lakes.
The Winter Wonderland tour combines the special winter activities that only Canada can provide, along with inspirational quilting experiences.
Quilt Retreat In The Rockies
Be inspired by renowned quilting teachers and practitioners. Spend 2 days learning from the experts in a cosy mountain setting.
Picturesque Rocky Mountains Scenery and Prehistoric Dinosaurs
Enjoy the delights of winter in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
See the snow covered fields and houses, marvel at the towering white mountains, ride a dogsled, experience the life-sized ice sculptures and ice castle atop the frozen Lake Louise, sit by a cosy warm fire and watch the snowflakes gently falling outside. There are so many activities to see and try in winter in Canada. But wait, there’s more! A visit to Drumheller and the fascinating Tyrell Dinosaur Museum.
Quilting Skills Workshops
Experience a variety of quilting opportunities to learn new techniques, to be inspired and to meet and share ideas with Canadian quilters.
With plenty of time to visit the quilting and craft shops as well!
Price and Date
Tour Priced at AU $6,500* per person (Twin Share). Price subject to change depending on Accommodation costs.
2023 – 23rd January to 6th February
2024- 22nd January to 5th February
Maximum group size 4 people.
View full itinerary for all the details of this wonderful tour.
*Airfares not included, see itinerary for more details.
(All photographs on this website were taken by Debbie Rodd, unless stated otherwise)
Ice sculpture image courtesy of sherrivokey