Day 1 - Riders meet at our office at 9:30 a.m. and are transported by van to Warner Stables. There they are met by their guides and horses and mount up for the ten mile ride to Banff Sundance Lodge via the glacier-fed waters of the Bow River, Healy and Brewster Creeks. For those with a vehicle, free parking is available at Warner stables for the duration of the trip. Once you check-in, directions will be available from our office.
Day 2 - The adventure continues southward with a ride up to Halfway Lodge. The trail winds along the historic Strom pack trail with the rugged Sundance Range dominating the eastern horizon.
Day 3 – Rider’s mount up with cameras armed for the day ride up Allenby Pass, for many this is the highlight of the trip as you climb to an elevation of 8,100 ft!
Day 4 - After a warm good-bye to the cook and Halfway, the winding trail leads back along the Brewster creek to Sundance Lodge.
Day 5 - The gang gets together for one last day on the trail, a "soft" ten-mile ride from Sundance to Warner Stables, arriving at approximately 4:30 p.m. The adventure has come to a close, but the magic of your holiday will linger on to be relived and shared.