A beautiful all-inclusive lodge located in the spectacular, untouched wilderness of Spray Valley Prov. Park. With all the adventure of a backcountry lodge, but accessible by car, Mount Engadine Lodge is perfect for those looking for an authentic Rocky Mountain experience close to the town of Canmore. The lodge is uniquely designed and operated to create a cozy, quiet, and serene atmosphere for enjoying the wilderness. We are truly on the edge of nature, with breathtaking views and wildlife right outside your windows. With a backcountry atmosphere, and customer service dedicated to you and your group, Mount Engadine truly gives our guests the best the Rocky Mountains has to offer.Inside the Main Lodge, you will find two stone fireplaces, large windows showcasing our spectacular surroundings, and plenty of space to relax. The common area and sitting room, guest rooms and dining room have large windows showcasing our spectacular surroundings with plenty of space to sit back and relax. Our large, bright dining area has views to the south, west and north. In the summertime, meals are often distracted by the appearance of moose, coyotes, beaver, deer or elk in the meadows below.There are always exciting activities and adventures at the Lodge throughout each season, including hiking, cycling, kayaking, snowshoeing, and skiing. This is a nature-lover’s paradise, thick with forests and dozens of creeks that flow into pristine rivers that neighbour the Lodge. Accommodating up to nineteen people, Engadine Lodge is an ideal getaway or adventure for individuals, couples, families, groups, and corporate retreats.
At Peace River Cabins and Outdoors, all accommodations are located on the banks of the Peace River. Choose from full service cabins, a large river-view house suite, or more rustic wall tents. On-site canoe and kayak rentals are available, as well as guided trips and group facilities. Open May to October. Visit the website for more information.
Experience three popular Banff summer activities on this package deal with Banff Trail Riders. Take a one-hour ride horseback ride along the tranquil Bow River, ascend Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola for 360-degree views over Banff and take a 1-hour interpretive lake cruise at Banff's largest lake, Lake Minnewanka.
A place to experiment and play, learn and discover for yourself what makes the world around us so undeniably incredible. Package includes overnight accommodation, tickets for 4 (2 adult /2 children) to TELUS Spark Science Centre, buffet breakfast for four, in-room movie and basket of snacks.
Beat the crowds and visit the giant pandas in the morning, before they officially open to the public for the day. Enjoy a delicious breakfast and learn what specialized care is required to protect these majestic endangered animals. Guests are welcome to stay on site to explore afterwards.
All aboard for a weekend of train facts and fun at Heritage Park Historical Village. As one of the few sites in North America with two steam locomotives, the Park's trains take centre stage for two days with demonstrations, hands-on activities, and exciting exhibits. Watch a turn table demonstration, take a ride in a caboose, tour the cab of an antique steam engine and enjoy special activities all weekend.
Visit Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden for peace, relaxation and tranquility. This day will feature an iaido demonstration by Dave Rathnow of Shin Ken Kai Iaido Dojo. This Japanese martial art emphasises the smooth drawing, swinging and sheathing of the sword. During the evening the Garden invites guests to float water lanterns on the Garden pond as a sign of remembrance for friends or family that have passed. This Japanese tradition is very moving can help greatly in the grieving process. There will be guided tours, demonstrations, and the garden is open to the public.
Holy welding torch, Batman! Beakerhead is bonding with Maker Faire Calgary and things are about to get even more eclectic! Three blocks of open-air experimentation in a family friendly and yet somehow also cocktail hour environment. Stretch your legs in the human-sized hamster wheel, roll up your pant legs to walk on a non-newtonian fluid (aka cornstarch), and explore a cacophony of artists and performers - both human and machine. Bring your co-workers or family to this daily new take on rush hour and experience what happens when the street becomes a laboratory. This is a free event.