With almost 10 million square kilometers, Canada is the second largest country in the world but only populated by 35 million people.
The majority of these live in areas like Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa in the Eastern part of Canada, this make a trip to Western Canada is like a ride in the countryside.
The nature is breathtaking, an ocean full of whales, dolphins and sea lions, in fjords like the best Norway can put on display, leaving deep forests inhabited by bears , wolves and moose, postcard ready emerald lakes, majestic glaciers, lush and green valleys ... in short, a magical combination to ride on a Harley-Davidson.
- 16 nights' Accommodation
- Harley-Davidson© for 14 days
- Bike Insurance (Excess US$2,000)
- 3rd Party ( US$1,000,000 )
- Unlimited mileage
- Tolls & National Park Entry Fees
- Entrance Fees per Itinerary
- Luggage Van
- Professional tour guide(s)
- Technical assistance
- T-Shirt & Patch
- International and domestic airfares
- Travel Insurance
- Bike Insurance (Excess US$2,000)
- Airport Transfers
- Food and Beverages (per above)
- Optional activities
Day by Day on the Road!
Day 1: Vancouver [Arrival]
Surrounded by the ocean on one side and spectacular mountains on the other side, Vancouver is the largest city in West Canada.
Enjoy the dynamic and multicultural atmosphere.
Day 2: Vancouver - Victoria (Vancouver Island) [117km]
After picking up your motorcycle, you put yourself en route to the pier: Ride onto the ferry, and 1 hour 30 minutes of sea breeze later you disembark in Victoria, capital of British Columbia.
A small and cosmopolitan pearl, where you will find a mixture of European and Asian British traditions.
Day 3: Tofino or Ucluelet [320km]
We set off to the west of the island, riding in the National Parks.
Long beaches with fine sand, lush vegetation and inspring sunset is the program.
On the way we pass the "City Totems" at the center of a region populated by Cowichan Salish, the largest Indian group on the island.
Day 4: Day 4: Campbell River [270km]
Heading North this morning, aiming at Campbell River, the Salmon Capital of the World!
We are riding Quadra Island and the natural environment is idyllic.
On the way, we will stop at Skookumchuck Narrows Park to observe the rapids which can reach 3 meters high, depending on the tide.
Day 5: Port Hardy [230km]
Today, our Harley will make a stop in the paradise of Telegraph Cove, with its period houses on stilts connected by a long boardwalk
But it's in Port Hardy, a magnificent and picturesque fishing village, we will stay for the night.
Day 6: Prince Rupert Sound
We are now in the "Delta of the Blues" and the birthplace of jazz.
No bike today!
We will leave early morning for one of the most incredible cruises through the Canadian fjords.
Heading North by the "Inside Passage" Maritime Alaska Highway. Once the fog clears, you will see grandiose landscapes of channels, fjords, wooded islands and mountainous coastline.
Day 7: Smithers [350km]
Our route follows the course of the Skeena, the "River of Mists".
The landscape is of rare beauty with estuaries and rivers along snow-capped mountains in the coastal chain of wooded hills and glacial valleys.
This is the heart of the Gitxsan.
Day 8: Prince George [370km]
At sunrise, take a breat in front of this amazing landscape.
Many Europeans love this town and lifestyle, and decided to settle there and it's no surprise.
On the way to Prince George we will stop at Fort St. James, the most important trading post for fur the countrys history .
Day 9: Jasper [380km]
The Jasper National Park, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies is a must when visiting Western Canada.
Elk, Moose, Mule Deer and other large animals and of course their predators are at home here.
Day 10: Jasper [Free Day]
Today its your choide: You can take the cable car to the top of Whistlers to admire the panorama, discover the beautiful Maligne Lake and its famous Spirit Island or for the more adventurous, a small nature hike.
Day 11: Lake Louise [230km]
Here we are, four hours drive from the beautiful Promenade Glacier, 230km of beautiful landscapes.
It is a festival of jagged mountains, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls, enhanced by the precense of wild animals.
Day 12: Banff [60km]
Although the two national parks of Banff and Jasper share the same setting, there are nuances between landscapes; Jasper Park which showcases the glaciers and Banff which presents her beautiful lakes.
The town of Banff is an opportunity to rediscover Urban life and do some shopping.
Day 13: Salmon Arm [390km]
The Okanagan Valley stretches over 230km, from the lake Shuswap in the north to the desert town of Osoyoos in the south, near the American border.
The area is famous for the beauty of its many lakes such as Shuswap Okanagan, Skaha and Osoyoos and the exceptionally picturesque villages.
Day 14: Osoyoos [240km]
We head south, where we will enjoy the pace of peaceful life with sandy beaches, vineyards, orchards and desert areas that make this valley a popular destination for British Columbians and Albertans alike.
Day 15: Vancouver 
This is our last day on the bikes, so we take our time and ride along the Lower Fraser Valley, take a small refreshing break the Cascade Moutains and then it will be let go of our rides.
Day 16: Vancouver [Free Day]
Sightseeing, farewell dinner it's up to you to make the most of it..
Day 17: Vancouver [Departure]
The Experience is over, but will stay in your memory forever.. You are free to continue your travels.
Map view for The BIG Canadian West
The Map is just an indication of where we are riding, the actual roads we take you on are fine-tuned to give you the best riding experience for each segment!