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Temperature mid / late September Canadian Rockies, BC

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I'm looking to complete a tour from Calgary to Vancouver via banff, jasper, Vancouver Island... 13-27 September. At this stage I've narrowed the tour choice down to either intrepid or g adventures as they appear like reputable well established adventure travel companies - 30 something active female. The accommodation will primarily be camping (I want to get away from technology...into the outdoors) and I chose the time of year to coincide with autumn (fall) as I want the beautiful colours.

I know it can get cold at night but would appreciate feedback regarding the type of clothing I'll need to get through the nights / days reasonably comfortably. I'm currently living on the South coast (NSW) of Australia and we're coming into winter and it's still mid 20's / teens at night and the winter stays quite mild so I certainly won't be used to single digits or below (Celsius).

Appreciate your help

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