Located 191 m (627 ft) above the city centre, the Calgary Tower offers a 360 degree view of the city and is a must-see on any visitor's itinerary. Stand on the amazing glass floor for a bird's eye view of the streets below. Enjoy a complimentary tour using the latest hand-held technology and learn about Calgary's history, landmarks, and future plans.
The Rimbey Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Smithson International Truck Museum at the PasKaPoo Historical Park. Located two blocks west off the Highway, entering Rimbey’s from the north. Open year-round, seven days a week in the summer and from Monday to Saturday in the winter (closed on Sundays). Features include a large parking area, grass rest and picnic area, playground, four-hectare museum, toilets with disability access, WiFi and friendly staff and volunteers who are ready and willing to help with any of our visitors needs.
Inglewood bears the distinction of being Calgary's oldest neighbourhood, having been established adjacent to Fort Calgary in 1875. The founding of the community was led by Major John Stewart, Acheson Irvine and James Macleod, including the development of 9 Ave. S.E. (formerly named Atlantic Avenue), which became the city of Calgary’s first authentic main street.
Rockies Heli's Icefield Adventure Base offers helicopter tours for those who like to venture off the beaten track and fully immerse themselves into the incredible sights and sounds of nature. Epic views abound as you soar over Rocky Mountain peaks, getting a unique birds-eye view of glaciers, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls from a perspective that few are lucky enough to see. You’re now in the perfect spot to enjoy heli-hiking, camping, fishing, or even yoga. Or maybe just pull out a picnic and some bubbly while relaxing with Mother Nature.
Take an adventure tour that highlights the unique cultural and natural charm of Alberta’s best kept secrets. Handcrafted tours are a selection of hard-to-find things in the spectacular backcountry foothills of Alberta. Tours are run in small, personal groups, so no need to fight crowds for great photos. Oh, and all the little things like tax, meals, snacks and admission are included to make it nice and easy. Walk in a wolf dog sanctuary, lunch in an early 20th century saloon set within a living historic village, taste a selection of honey mead, take a wagon ride through the woods in search of wild horses while visiting a wild horse sanctuary, and roam the backroads in search of wildlife.
Providing memorable sightseeing, activity and transportation services. From daily sightseeing excursions, to group tours, to airport shuttles, to coach touring and conference services, our staff of vacation planners specialize in making your time in the mountains unforgettable.