Explore the stunning Denali National Park.

Logo Combine the Canadian Rockies and an Inside Passage Cruise with the rugged terrain of Denali National Park. Full of abundant wildlife, including grizzly bears, moose, caribou, foxes and wolves.

  • 25 Day Rockies with Alaska by Sea and Land - Victoria to Fairbanks

    • Tour code: UTAP25
    • Duration: 25 Days
    • Departure City: Victoria
    • Return City: Fairbanks

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Day By Day

  • Day 1 Arrive Victoria

    On arrival in Victoria, you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel. Take some time to settle in to your room then meet your fellow travellers at a Welcome Dinner.
  • Day 2 Victoria, The Butchart Gardens

    The evening is at leisure so you may explore as you wish.
  • Day 3 Victoria, Georgia Strait, Whistler

    Pause in the town of Chemainus before taking the ferry across Georgia Strait. Treasure the scenery as you travel north along the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway, passing Shannon Falls before arriving at Whistler.
  • Day 4 Whistler, Sun Peaks

    Bid a fond farewell to Whistler this morning as you head for your next ski resort village - Sun Peaks. Today's journey takes you through the lush Coast Mountains as you follow the historic tracks of the early gold rush pioneers through the rugged Cariboo region. You'll make a brief stop at Duffey and Seton lakes and travel via the remote town of Lillooet. Arrive later at Sun Peaks, Canada's second largest ski area set beneath three famous summits - Mt Tod, Sundance Mountain and Mt Morrisey. Dinner this evening will be set for you at your hotel.
  • Day 5 Sun Peaks, Mt Robson, Blue River, Jasper

    Join the Yellowhead Highway and stop to take in views of Mt Robson.
  • Day 6 Jasper, Athabasca Glacier, Lake Louise

    Join the Icefields Parkway and wind through the majestic scenery of the Canadian Rockies. After pausing to take in Maligne Canyon and Athabasca Falls, stop at the giant Columbia Icefield. Here, journey right onto the surface of Athabasca Glacier. Later, in Banff National Park, admire Peyto Lake before continuing on to Lake Louise.
  • Day 7 Lake Louise, Banff

    Set out along the Trans-Canada Highway through the forest of Banff National Park. En route, stop to absorb one of the most photographed panoramas of Banff National Park, the turquoise waters of Moraine Lake. In Banff later, head to the town centre for a tour, then board the Banff Gondola and ascend Sulphur Mountain from where you’ll enjoy panoramic views out over six surrounding mountain ranges.
  • Day 8 Banff

    World Heritage-listed Banff National Park is without a doubt one of the most incredible locations of Canada's Rocky Mountains. While it is best-known as a winter playground, the warmer months bring lush landscapes that are perfect for outdoor activities. Experience it all on your chosen activity today. You'll look forward to a relaxing evening left free for you to enjoy your surrounds.
  • Day 9 Banff, Rocky Mountaineer, Kamloops

    Board the Rocky Mountaineer and relax in your GoldLeaf carriage as you travel through the Rockies. Traverse Kicking Horse Pass, travel through the Spiral Tunnels and journey past Shuswap Lake to the city of Kamloops.
  • Day 10 Kamloops, Rocky Mountaineer, Vancouver

    Your rail journey continues this morning. Enjoy views to rocky slopes as your train follows the Thompson River. Pass Hell’s Gate in Fraser Canyon and admire the Coast Mountains on the way to Vancouver.
  • Day 11 Vancouver

    Get to know Vancouver with your APT Tour Director this morning. Visit Stanley Park, a world-class, 400-hectare evergreen oasis located just steps away from downtown Vancouver. Then head to Granville Island, the bustling heart of Vancouver’s cultural scene. You’ll also see picturesque English Bay and Vancouver Harbour, before some free time. Perhaps wander through the old cobblestone streets of Gastown, whilst others may prefer to visit the shopping mecca of Robson Street.
  • Day 12 Vancouver, Embark Ship

    Bound for the glacial waters and wild landscapes of Alaska's renowned Inside Passage, your Princess Cruises ship awaits you on Vancouver Harbour. Step aboard, settle in and familiarise yourself with the facilities.
  • Day 13 Cruising the Inside Passage

    Enjoy a full day at sea as your ship cruises along coastal British Columbia and the Alaska Panhandle. Glide past rocky headlands and over the icy waters of the Inside Passage, one of the most picturesque sealanes in the world, and one of the few where deep-draft vessels can sail close to steep mountain walls.
  • Day 14 Ketchikan

    Arrive at the city of Ketchikan, set right on the shores of the Tongass Narrows. Ketchikan acts as a gateway to a wide variety of attractions, including Misty Fjords National Monument - one of America’s largest wilderness areas. It is also known as one of the best places from which to observe the annual salmon run, and can also lay claim to the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.
  • Day 15 Tracy Arm, Juneau

    Cruise to the entrance of Tracy Arm, a narrow and twisting fjord which stretches for almost 50 kilometres. Continue your journey to Alaska’s capital, Juneau, set at the foot of the majestic Coast Mountains on the Gastineau Channel. Here, you may explore at leisure, or set off on one of the exciting excursions available to you (own expense).
  • Day 16 Skagway

    Arrive in Skagway at the northernmost point of the Inside Passage. Once a gateway city for the Klondike Gold Rush, Skagway’s frontier-style atmosphere remains evident today. Never failing to intrigue visitors with its wide range of historic buildings and stories to be told, there are a variety of unique excursions on offer (own expense). Or, if you'd prefer, you can also choose to set out on your own discovery.
  • Day 17 Glacier Bay National Park

    Draw back your curtains to World Heritage-listed Glacier Bay National Park. As you cruise through rivers of ice and between skyscraping peaks, you’ll enjoy commentary from local rangers who have come aboard your ship to explain the geological wonders and point out some of the diverse wildlife and marine mammals.
  • Day 18 College Fjord

    Relax and take in the scenery today as you cruise through College Fjord, with its five stunning tidewater glaciers, five large valley glaciers and many smaller glaciers, most of which were named after Ivy League schools. Like Glacier Bay, humpback whales can often be seen feeding in the waters of the fjord.
  • Day 19 Whittier, Disembark Ship, Talkeetna, Denali (Mt McKinley)

    Disembark your ship for the final time this morning and board Princess Cruises' exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness rail service. Along the way, enjoy listeningto insightful commentary about the region. Tonight, after settling in, enjoy dinnerat your wilderness lodge.
  • Day 20 Denali (Mt McKinley), Talkeetna

    During breakfast, enjoy views of the Alaska Range and perhaps even Denali, formerly known as Mt McKinley. As the mountain is so tall - 6,194 metres - it can be difficult to catch a completely clear view. Its jagged peaks, however, are known to appear through the mist at any moment. Will today be your lucky day as you venture outdoors and explore on your chosen activity? With a free afternoon and evening at hand, you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
  • Day 21 Denali (Mt McKinley), Denali National Park

    Tour the Sun Dog Kennels and meet some of the sled dogs this morning. Then travel by coach to Denali National Park and settle in to your lodge.
  • Day 22 Denali National Park

    Discover the extraordinary landscapes of the Alaskan tundra.
  • Day 23 Denali National Park, Fairbanks

  • Day 24 Fairbanks

    Travel along the Tanana Valley Railroad to Gold Dredge 8. Enjoy a tour and pan for gold, then see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Back in Fairbanks, enjoy a Farewell Dinner.
  • Day 25 Depart Fairbanks

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport.


  • Everything as detailed, including gratuities and airport transfers
    GoldLeaf service on your Rocky Mountaineer rail journey
    Seven-night Princess Cruises Inside Passage cruise
    APT's Freedom of Choice Inclusions in five locations
    A total of 51 meals, as well as beer and wine with dinner on your cruise

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