Canadian Rockies 2017 - 5 Day Photo Tour
5 Day Autumn Adventure + Helicoper Flight (5 - 9 Sept 2017)
Experience exceptional natural beauty in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Alberta. Our focus will be capturing the golden glow of Autumn over countless glacial lakes including Banff National Park before taking a helicopter ride to the 'Matterhorn of the Rockies', the remote Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park for 2 nights. No roads access this wild, untouched region making it one of Canada's must see locations.
An informal course where everyone can share and participate - shoot by day, process by night. The focus is to be in the right place at the right time and share a passion for capturing beautiful images together.
Spouses and non-photographing travel companions are welcome. Suitable for photographers of all experience levels from beginners to amateurs and professionals.
Dates: 5 - 9 September 2017
Duration: 5 days
Group size: 6 participants
Price: $1,890 USD
Deposit: $490 USD to reserve your spot (non-refundable unless someone replaces you)
Mount Assiniboine + Helicopter Flight, Vermillion Lakes, Moraine Lake, Peyto Lake, Bow Lake, Banff National Park and more.
Includes: Helicopter to Mt Assiniboine Park (return), Transportation, Guide, Accommodation (shared), Park Fees.
Excludes: Flights to Calgary, Insurance, Meals.
Experience: Beginners to Professionals
Fitness: Moderate - Hiking at Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park (optional)
Commences & Concludes: Calgary, Canada
** SOLD OUT **
· Helicopter to Mount Assiniboine Park (return)
· Professional Photo Guide
· Accommodation (shared)
· Park Fees
· Flights to/from Calgary
· Beginners to Professionals
What to Bring:
· Digital SLR
· Lenses (e.g. Wide angle, Telephoto zoom)
· Filters (e.g. Neutral Density, Graduated, Polarizer)
· Laptop (with Lightroom & Photoshop)
· Suitable clothing (for wet and dry conditions)
· Suitable footwear
Any Questions? Ask us
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