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We're planning a trip in late June that potentially involves flying into Calgary and renting a car to visit Banff NP and Glacier NP, then driving down to Denver and flying home from there. Is it possible without it being prohibitively expensive to do a one-way rental across international borders?

Would it be less expensive to do one rental for the Canada portion, drop off in Banff, then rent for a day to cross the border and drop off in Kalispell, then do yet another rental for the US portion of the trip?

Are there other options other than flying for crossing the border without a rental car in that area?

There will be four of us traveling together, all US citizens. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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