Experience the Rockies Like Never Before

Soar Above Mountains, Glaciers, Lakes & More

Set off on a journey beyond the summits aboard Windborne: Call of the Canadian Rockies. From the time-worn beauty of towering peaks to calm alpine lakes and pristine snow-covered glaciers, Windborne connects you with scenery that has inspired adventure since time immemorial.  

FlyOver’s latest flight ride experience transports riders to the remote wonders of the Canadian Rockies through sky-scraping scenes, smooth gliding motion, immersive scents and captivating storytelling. Beyond the beauty, you'll discover the spirit of the mountains from the people who call the Rockies home.

On for a Limited Time: June 30 – September 25

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More Than a Ride

Begin your Canadian Rockies journey with our pre-show presentation. Discover the geological history of the Rocky Mountains, along with the treasured traditions and trailblazing spirit they have inspired. The pre-show also includes the Indigenous perspective of this famed mountain range, which local Nations revere as “The Backbone of the World.”

Our pre-show sets the tone for your adventure, offering a glimpse of the wonders and rich cultures you’re about to experience aboard the ultimate flying ride.

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Windborne Flight Path

  1. Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park 
  2. Pigeon Mountain & Mount McGillivray, Kananaskis Country
  3. Mount Fraser
  4. Mount Louis & Mount Edith, Banff National Park
  5. Mount Forbes, Banff National Park
  6. Shackleton Glacier, British Columbia
  1. Fortress Mountain, Kananaskis Country
  2. Abbot Pass, Mount Victoria, Banff National Park/Yoho National Park
  3. Lake O'Hara & Schaffer Lake, Yoho National Park 
  4. Moose Mountain, Kananaskis Country
  5. Mount Minos, Ya Ha Tinda
  6. Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Lakes National Park
  1. Saskatchewan River
  2. Curtain Call, Icefields Parkway
  3. Chatter Creek, Golden, B.C.
  4. Mount Somervell & Tsar Mountain, Clemenceau Icefield
  5. Hooker Glacier, British Columbia
  6. Nub Peak & Mount Assiniboine, Banff National Park/ Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park

Windborne was created in the Indigenous territories of and in partnership with the Blackfoot, Nakoda, Tsuut’ina and Ktunaxa Nations. We gratefully acknowledge them as stewards of these mountains, past, present and future.

Windborne acknowledges that Maligne Lake, Mount Fraser, Shackleton Glacier, Fortress Mountain, Saskatchewan River, Curtain Call, Mount Somervell & Tsar Mountain and Hooker Glacier are the traditional territories of the Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina, Anishinabe, Cree, Kootenay, Shuswap and Métis Nations.

Windborne acknowledges that Pigeon Mountain & Mount McGillivray, Mount Louis & Mount Edith and Mount Forbes is the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy,  Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina, Anishinabe, Cree, Kootenay, Shuswap and Métis Nations.

Windborne acknowledges that Abbot Pass, Lake O'Hara & Schaffer Lake, Moose Mountain, Mount Minos, and Nub Peak & Mount Assiniboine are the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy, Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina, Anishinabe, Cree, Kootenay, Shuswap and Métis Nations.

Windborne acknowledges that the Prince of Wales Hotel is the traditional territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy.

Windborne acknowledges that Chatter Creek is the traditional territory of Kootenay, Shuswap, and Métis Nations.

Windborne was made possible through collaboration with Parks Canada. We thank them for their help and guidance in responsibly bringing Windborne to life.

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