Our Route

 a summary …

By directional changes (see map)
*  W→ Winnipeg/Sask/Regina/Edmonton/Calgary/Vancouver/Victoria
*  N→ Alert Bay, Port Hardy, Bella Bella, Prince Rupert/Haida Gwai
*  E→ Prince George, Jasper, Winnipeg
*  N→ Churchill, Yellowknife/Hay River, Whitehorse, Inuvik, Iqaluit
*  E→ Toronto, Windsor, Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton, Charlottetown
*  NE→ Newfoundland & Labrador, SW→ Québec, Montreal, Ottawa

By days – (red = travel by rail, blue = travel by air, gold = combined road & ferry, black = either layover/no travel or travel modes still to be determined)

1. Winnipeg/Saint Boniface (Riel birthplace, gravesite) west to Saskatoon
2. Saskatoon north to Prince Albert and Batoche (Riel’s last stand) and return
3. Saskatoon-Regina overnight (capital, RCMP depot, Riel trial) and return
4. Saskatoon to Edmonton (travel overnight, in Edmonton for the day)
5. Edmonton-Calgary (travel overnight), Calgary 7 hr., to Banff for evening
6. Banff/Lake Louise-Spiral-Tunnels-Golden-Revelstoke-Kamloops (day travel)
7. Kamloops-Vancouver (travel overnight) in Vancouver the for day
8. Vancouver-Victoria return for day; overnight in Vancouver
9. Vancouver-Alert Bay
10. Alert Bay-Port Hardy-Bella Bella (inside passage)
11. Bella Bella (inside passage)-Prince Rupert-Skidgate,Haida Gwai
12. Day in Skidgate
13. Skidgate to Prince Rupert
14. Prince Rupert-Prince George
15. Prince George-Jasper AB
16. Jasper-Athabasca Falls-Maligne Lake
17. Jasper-Edmonton
18. Edmonton-Winnipeg MB
19. Winnipeg
20. Winnipeg-Portage la Prairie, Hudson Bay SK
21. The Pas, Thompson, MB
22. Churchill MB
23. Churchill-Yellowknife NT
24. Yellowknife-Hay River NT
25. Hay River-Yellowknife NT
26. Yellowknife NT-Whitehorse YU
27. Whitehorse YU-Inuvik NT
28. Inuvik NT-Cambridge Bay NU
29. Cambridge Bay-Iqaluit NU
30. Iqaluit-Rankin Inlet NU
31. Rankin Inlet-Churchill MB
32. Churchill-Gillam/The Pas
33. Winnipeg
34. Winnipeg depart eastbound
35. Sioux Lookout, Hornepayne ON
36. Toronto-Windsor ON
37. Windsor-Toronto ON-Montreal QU-Charny QU
38. Charny-Halifax NS
39. Halifax-Truro-Port Hawkesbury NS
40. Newfoundland
41. Newfoundland
42. Labrador
43. Port Hawkesbury-Truro NS
44. Truro-Moncton NBCharlottetown PE
45. Moncton-Saint John NB
46. Saint John-Moncton NB-Amqui QU
47. Charny-Québec
48. Québec-Montréal
49. Montreal-Ottawa

By stats – 12,000 mi/18,000 km, three oceans, eight physical regions, 14 political jurisdictions (provinces, territories, national capital region and former colonies/provinces), stops in 50 cities, towns and sites of interest (pass 3X this many close up to photo), seven major river systems, 1000+ lakes

For further details including physical and historic sites see ITINERARIES (click) found under PROGRAMME/CURRICULUM

See also our curricular website: www.canadianspecific.ca