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Flying to the Canadian Rockies Airport – Cranbrook
Taking a trip to the Canadian Rockies has never been easier. Traditionally you can fly to Calgary or Edmonton to get to the towns of Banff and Jasper respectively but there is another option that not so many people know about. Cranbrook Airport is the International Airport for the Canadian Rockies. Air Canada and more recently Delta Airlines have regular flights from Canada and the USA that drop you right into the heart of the most beautiful mountain range in the world. Any road trip from this airport is an absolute pleasure. Flying to Cranbrook means that your vacation has started as soon as the planes wheels hit the ground.
The airport is located a short distance off Highway 95A, only 15km from Cranbrook and 20km from Kimberley. The towns of Golden, Invermere and Fernie are all within a very short drive and towns like Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper are just a beautiful drive through the mountains away. When you fly into an airport like Calgary, there is a sense that you are still working to get to your final destination. The adventures begin immediately with a trip to Cranbrook.
Regardless of season, there are tons of activities to do in and around the Canadian Rockies. Skiing, kayaking and hiking options are endless. Vacation packages don’t struggle to fit options in as much as finding time to keep everyone happy. With Delta joining Pacific Coast airlines and Air Canada in flying to this lovely little airport, there is no need to waste any time in flying from your home town to the wonderland that is the towns of the Canadian Rockies.
Canadian Rockies International Airport
1-9370 Airport Access Road
Telephone: (250) 426-7913
Facsimile: (250) 426-8835