When I was very young my grandmother took me on a trip from Seattle through the Canadian Rockies and it is one of my best memories.
She has since passed and I have no good records of the trip and where we went.
The things I do know are we started in Seattle, stopped somewhere on a glacier, went to Lake Louise and flew out of Seattle. I also remember that it was not freezing cold out so it must have been summer, spring or fall.
This fall, I would like to plan a similar trip with my wife. This is my first (of many I'm sure) reach out’s to my fellow trip advisor’s to help plan it.
Only because of my schedule, I would particularly like to go in the fall, around October (unless anyone has anything to say about that).
I want to drive through breathtaking views of mountains, rivers, wildlife (hit or miss I'm sure) and just great nature in general.
I have in my mind planning on staying at a different place every night (or maybe 2 nights each stop). And we don’t care about seeing any big cities or touristy stuff… just natures beauty.
So, with that being said, can anyone please help lend me some advice on how to plan a trip similar to the one my Grandmother took me on?