Bonjour et bienvenue chez Tracks & Trails! Amis francophones, nous sommes heureux de vous faire découvrir le monde des aventures en camping-car dans l’Ouest américain et canadien.
Bien que personne dans notre équipe ne parle français, nous ferons de notre mieux pour vous servir. Si votre anglais est hésitant, nous nous efforcerons de sélectionner des partenaires parlant français.
Si vous préférez correspondre en français, dîtes-le nous et nous ferons de notre mieux pour communiquer avec vous.
Vous trouverez ci-dessous des idées de séjours, qui ont particulièrement séduit nos clients francophones.
A bientôt avec Tracks & Trails et bon voyage !
7 to 10 Nights | from $4,850 for a family of four
Spend a week or more exploring these spectacular national parks in Western Canada. Starting in the foothills in Calgary, you'll travel along the incredible Icefields Parkway which connects the parks and towns of Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. High rugged mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and outstanding wildlife viewing are the highlights. Besides doing some great alpine hiking, you can raft, soak in hot springs, horseback ride, walk on the edge of a glacier, and take a flightseeing tour over the huge icefields that cover this area of the Rocky Mountains.
11 to 14 Nights | from $6,200 for a family of four
Start your trip in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, host of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Head to Whistler for outstanding mountain scenery, waterfalls and adrenaline rushes like jet boating, rafting and ziplining. Enjoy the ferry rides to and from Vancouver Island - watch for whales on the way. Stroll downtown Victoria, have tea and visit Butchart Gardens. Tofino on the west coast is home of pristine old-growth rainforest and hot springs. Get out on the ocean on a boat tour or sea kayaking trip. Land options include great beachcombing, forest and glacier hikes, and mountain biking.
11 to 14 Nights | from $6,900 for a family of four
Start in Salt Lake City in the shadow of the Wasatch Mountain Range and head north into America's first national park. Visit the western town of Jackson, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. With swimming in high mountain lakes and hot springs, hiking, rafting, fishing, rock climbing, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, geyser gazing, sea kayaking and more, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
7 to 10 Nights | from $4,400 for a family of four
Priceless views in Utah and Arizona are what this trip is all about. Zion National Park is quite possibly Nature at its most eloquent. Towering sandstone cliffs, narrow slot canyons, arches, seeping springs, and waterfalls await you. At Bryce Canyon National Park delicately colored spires, fins, and mazes beckon you to explore. And at the remote North Rim of the Grand Canyon, you're treated to breathtaking views of layers of rock exposed in the canyon walls.
Over 14 Nights | from $6,600 for a family of four
Enjoy two popular western cities in addition to some of the best national parks in the country on this one-way trip. Start with a visit to Las Vegas, a truly one of a kind place. Hike or ride horses through the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. Walk the canyons of Zion National Park and be dwarfed by huge walls of sandstone. Visit ghost towns and mining towns of the Old West as you drive through Nevada. Experience Yosemite National Park, with its granite mountains and waterfalls. Top off your visit in San Francisco with a tour to Alcatraz Island or bike ride across the Golden Gate Bridge. Trips longer than 15 nights can also tie in a short trip to the Grand Canyon. RV availability is limited; please call before purchasing airline tickets.
7 to 10 Nights | from $4,135 for a family of four
This week-long (or more) tour takes you along some of Oregon's stunning coastline. Starting in Portland, take in the city market before heading to Lewis & Clark's winter quarters at Ft. Clatsop. Enjoy the magnificent scenery, climb on a shipwreck, visit a lighthouse or two, beachcomb and explore tidepools. Get out on the ocean on a whale watching tour or play in the surf on a boogie board before returning to Portland through Oregon's wine country.