Touring by road from Calgary
All sorts of recreational vehicles are available to hire in Calgary from caravannettes to sleep 2 people to larger 5 berth 4wd motorhomes. There's a variety of models to sleep different numbers of people. Two adults can easily be accommodated in a 2 berth Muscle Truck, for parents with a child, a mid-range mobilehome would be perfect and for large groups, up to five adults, luxury autocampers are ideal, offering washrooms and cooking facilities. The furnace will be a welcome benefit for cooler evenings. Select a fuel injection engine for easy motoring in the mountains or tilt steering for greater comfort. To help you make your choice, click on the 'more details' above to see the full specification of each rental campervan.
Read through the detailed list of motor caravans, travel homes and RVs and do let us know if you require any further information. In order to make the most of your motoring holiday the correct vehicle for your needs should be selected and we can help you do that. When you get back home and tell everyone what a wonderful trip you had, they, too, will want to hire a motor home from us for their Canadian driving holiday. The large range of rental campers, including 2x4 motor homes and 4x4 campervans will meet your needs so you can enjoy all that's on offer in Calgary, the Rockies and Alberta. Only the best deal will be quoted and prices are available for holidays for different lengths, from a short-break to 2-week holidays. Just let us know when you wish to collect your touring autocamper for your caravanning holiday and it will be ready and waiting your arrival from the UK, abroad or maybe just down the road if you're local to the area.
Calgary, set in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, in Alberta, is the ideal touring holiday destination for the adventurous. As "Heart of the New West" there is so much to do and see in this clean, safe, vibrant city. Home to nearly 1 million people, Calgary has the mix of being a cosmopolitan city with breathtaking wilderness, and is rich in western heritage. With cultural attractions, live performances, festivals, parks, spas and sightseeing there is always something to do in this moderate sunny climate, which entices outdoor enthusiasts. Banff National Park is the ideal place in summer to walk nature trails or hike into the back country. It's also perfect for horse riding, mountain biking, climbing, canoeing, rafting and golf. In winter, there's also lots to choose from - skating, skiing, snowmobile, canyon ice walks and for those who want to take it easy and enjoy the panoramic views, opt for a dog sled or horse-drawn sleigh. Museums are plentiful and you're sure to find one which interests you. What about the Aerospace Museum of Calgary, Frank Slide Interpretive Centre or Glenbow. Plan a day at Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden and Prehistoric Park, home to 1,000 animals with many rare and endangered species or Calgary Tower, where you'll have the most fantastic views of Calgary and the Rockies. In July there's the Calgary Stampede, the premier rodeo. This city offers something for everyone. From here you can motor through the Rockies to your next destination - perhaps to Vancouver or crossing the border into the States - Montana or Washington maybe. Travel north to Edmonton or just follow your nose and explore this amazing region.