With views of some of the most spectacular scenery on earth, Silvertip Resort may be the single most breathtaking mountain golf course in the world. Bordering two wildlife corridors, guests are regularly rewarded with views of a wide variety of Canadian Rocky Mountain wildlife.
At Canmore Wine Merchants we are dedicated to the enjoyment of life and all its pleasures. We also believe that great wine should be accessible to all, regardless of budget. That is why the Wines, Beers and Spirits that we bring into our Canmore, Alberta location are all pre-tasted and selected for their quality and value. Just like John West, we reject more than we accept. (Applications for Chief Product Tester are taken every weekend at our regular wine tastings).
Experience hockey, the iconic and beloved winter sport of Canada. Hear what it takes to be a hockey player. Put on all the layers of hockey gear. With skates, helmets, puck and stick, step onto the ice rink and experience the thrill of playing hockey. Score your first goal! All equipment and coaching is provided in this two-hour experience.
Established in 1983, Canmore’s Snowy Owl Tours offers exceptional dog sledding experiences in the front ranges of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies. Try the two-hour Powder Hound Express, which teaches you how to mush your own team of huskies before setting off on a high-flying adventure in Kananaskis Country. Or embark on the two-day Canadian Tourism Commission Signature Experience, Ghosts of Fortune Mountain tour, to explore 80 km of trails, enjoy delicious gourmet cuisine and sleep under a blanket of stars in a cosy fur-lined tent.
Howling Dog Tours has been providing adventures by dogsled in Spray Lakes Provincial Park for 20 years. Choose a two-hour or four-hour dogsled tour, including snack and hot beverage, friendly huskies, professional guides and transportation from Canmore or Banff. Learn to drive the team with your guide, or relax as a passenger. Dogsled & Stay packages available with hotel partners in Banff and Canmore. Tours are during the winter months, December to April.