What is the best AND CHEAPEST way to travel to invermere from Calgary airport?
unless you rent a car, Greyhound is the ONLY way (or you could fly to Cranbrook & find a way to Invermere from there, but not cheap or convenient). Car rental might not be bad, if you need a return trip. If you were to rent from Budget an intermediate 2 or 4-door from the Calgary airport on Fri Feb 10, for example, & return on Mon Feb 13, the cost with taxes is just over $70.00 - but not sure if there would be an extra cost to take the care out of Alberta....it might be worth checking into, especially as it will give you wheels while in Invermere.
I am looking for the cost of travelling from calgary to invermere on june the 26th and what are the times .
Hi Barb welcome to the forums ~
Did you by any chance notice the info in post #1?
It is not particularly easy for new members to find their way around the website. Posting on a thread where the posting dates are over a year old, and tagging on to an existing thread will always be to your disadvantage.
The best way to have your question seen is to use the "Ask a Question" button. On a thread that is open, like this one because you are reading this, you can see it below the Reply Box below. Otherwise, it is on the main forum page, above the list of topics.
For any question you might ask, you want your own topic with your own user name to be showing in that list of topics. Below this post, some blue printing says "Invermere Forum." Click on that blue, then post your new question there. I would also post on the Calgary Forum as well just to attract more eyes. The link is here:
Please include the type of transportation you have in mind.Edited: 22 June 2013, 02:00
Given the current state of the roads, I would hold off making too many plans.
thanks for all the great information
Peter, google maps is a perfect tool for your first question: https://goo.gl/maps/t7XPwE81NvM2 ... and the Greyhound bus lines website would be the logical place to find the answer to your second question: www.greyhound.ca - it says it takes 13 hours and 35 minutes. This includes an overnight stop in Golden, BC, where you have to change buses (and where you would have to book overnight accommodation)