Hi All, Just starting to put a plan in place to visit Canada in August 2019, during their Summer. Would love to get some advice and hear from others that have travelled during this period. We appreciate that we'll likely encounter some crowds given the time of year and that pricing will be higher. Below is a rough itinerary that I've started to piece together. Any hotel recommendations, things to do, things to avoid, changes to route, too long, too short, etc, will be much appreciated. Day 1/2: Melb - SF (flying this option to make use of Qantas points) Day 2: SF - Montreal (fly) Day 3/4: Montreal (2 nights) Day 5/6: Drive or train to Quebec City (2 nights) Day 6/7/8: Drive or train back to Toronto (2 nights) Day 9: Toronto - Calgary (fly) Day 10/11/12: Hire car - head to Banff (3 nights) Day 13: Lake Louise (1 night) Day 14/15/16: Icefields Parkway to Jasper (3 nights) Day 17: Head towards Vancouver (overnight somewhere - maybe Revelstoke) Day 18/19/20/21: Vancouver/Vancouver Island (4 nights) Day 21: Vancouver - SF (fly) Day 22: Potentially a day or so in SF or fly back to Melb. All up anywhere between 21-24 days. We can be reasonably flexible and are not locked down to specific dates. Montreal: Notre Dame Basilica/Mont Royal lookouts, general sightseeing Quebec City: General sightseeing tours Toronto: Niagara Falls/CN Tower Banff/LL/Jasper: National parks/Gondola's - Tram car/Icefields Parkway/Mt Norquay hike Vancouver: Stanley Park/Gastown/Sea to Sky Gondola/Capilano bridge/Vancouver Island/Butchart Gardens/Victoria Thanks in advance.