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Build your own Canada golf vacation package with Canadian Rockies Golf. Your Canada golf vacation package features award-winning Canadian Rockies golf courses located in Banff, Jasper, Canmore and Kananaskis Country. We provide the best premier Canada golf vacation packages and golf travel experiences in stunning Alberta, Canada.
The majestic Canadian Rockies Golf courses are located among the towering peaks, striking vistas, turquoise lakes and fascinating wildlife of Canada’s Western province. Banff, Jasper and Canmore are situated in one of the world’s most popular travel destinations, offering the world’s most breathtaking and unique Canada golf vacation experiences.
We are an award-winning collection of six must-see golf properties that have been recognized by Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, SCORE Golf and others. The historic courses within our group - Canmore Golf & Curling Club, The Fairmont Banff Springs and The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge – are matched perfectly with modern designs at Kananaskis Country Golf Course, Silvertip Resort and Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club.
Designed by internationally-renowned architects, the Canadian Rockies’ Golf courses offer the best of world-class facilities, top service and captivating scenery. Spectacular views await at every hole, and shots are rewarded with a sighting of resident wildlife, such as elk, moose or bears.
Custom stay-and-play Canada golf vacation packages combine rounds on excellent courses with stays at preferred accommodations venues that meet our high quality standard. A one-stop shop, we can assist with adding transportation and a myriad of activities to your stay. Include Canadian Rockies helicopter tours, rafting trips, fly fishing, spa, horseback riding and much more, through our exclusive relationship with Golf Canada’s West, Canada’s premier Canada golf vacation package company.
Canadian Rockies Golf promises an unforgettable and unparalleled mountain golf experience.
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