It’s the time of year when I normally say “Summer is just around the corner.” But given how the weather has been lately, summer is already here and it’s just going to be getting better and better!

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And if the early warm weather wasn’t enough, Brewster Travel Canada is offering Albertans the opportunity to seize the summer with a new take on the traditional season pass. The Epic Summer Pass will provide Albertan families with an affordable way to make the most of the summer months with unlimited access to five of the most spectacular attractions in the Rocky Mountains during the 2016 operating season.

And yes, you just read the word unlimited. No joke, I got them to confirm that when they say unlimited, they mean it.

I got a sneak peek of the Glacier Skywalk today! Take a look at the video, think you could do it? (Opens next May.)

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Pass-holders will experience the best of the Rocky Mountains with access to the Banff Gondola, Banff Lake Cruise, Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure, Glacier Skywalk and Maligne Lake Cruise. Until May 31, adult passes can be purchased for $130 and children’s passes for $70, making it easier and more economical than ever for families to visit the mountains together.

Brewster’s Epic Summer Pass pays for itself in just three visits to any of the five listed attractions and continues to compound savings for pass-holders each time they visit.

For more information or to purchase the Epic Summer Pass visit


To help kickoff the summer celebration, I’m giving away a family pack of Epic Summer Passes! That includes two adult passes and three childrens passes.  That means you and your family can spend the entire summer checking out some of Alberta’s most beautiful, thrilling and memorable experiences for an unlimited amount of times.

Again, unlimited!  Wow.

This prize is valued at $470.

To enter, tell me in the comments section which attraction you’re looking forward to the most!

Contest closes April 28th at midnight. Good luck!

Mike Morrison


  1. The Maligne Lake Cruise sounds pretty enticing. I would be interested in learning about the history, ecology and geology of that beautiful place!

  2. I really can’t say which one I am looking forward to the most because they all seem spectacular!! I have never been to any of them so I would be truly happy to be able to see any of them. If I HAVE to choose I would pick the Banff Lake Cruise.

  3. I am looking forward to the Banff gondola. Just a short drive from Calgary and I love the ride and the view. Could do this weekly!! (Maybe spend a day walking up?)

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