Situated in the high alpine meadows of Banff National Park Brewster's Shadow Lake Lodge is a remote back country lodge with cabins accessible only by hiking or cross-country skiing
In the campground surrounded by hundreds of trees, the Caboose Cabins are situated on their own set of real railway tracks for a true train car experience. With all of the modern amenities a person could desire, the interior design provides the luxury of a modern hotel for the perfect getaway. Relax and enjoy both the indoor and outdoor space. Imagine your own deck right outside for lounging in the sun and a fire pit, perfect for late night marshmallow roasting and creating new memories with friends, family or even colleagues.
Sundance Lodges in the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies promises a memorable family adventure. Spend the night in authentic tipi, trapper's tent, or an unserviced campsite surrounded by pristine wilderness just steps from the Kananaskis River. The onsite Trading Post sells groceries, firewood, propane, giftware and souvenirs and also offers camping and sports equipment rentals.
Pick up your direct-to-lift tickets upon check-in. Featuring an indoor waterslide and pool, the Ramada is a family favourite. Only thirty minutes from the resort in Pincher Creek. Package includes: overnight stay in standard room (2 queen beds), four 2-day lift tickets (2 adults, 2 junior/children).
Experience the spectacular beauty of Bighorn Country in winter. Fill your days with winter hikes, snow shoeing or cross country skiing and relax in comfort at Aurum Lodge. From $469 for two people for a two-night stay with meals included.
Dogsled tours operate at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm and include hotel pick up and drop off, hot chocolate and snack. Banff sleigh rides operate daily on the hour from 10am to 8pm.
Witness history come alive as Alberta’s Ukrainian community celebrates its pioneer roots as well as all things Ukrainian in the province today. An afternoon concert featuring the best in Ukrainian dance and music at this annual event co-hosted with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Alberta Provincial Council. Other family fun includes a visit to the historical village, children’s activities, village market and the Ukrainian Village Food Festival. Visitors are encouraged to bring a lawn chair for seating.
The exciting roots of the Ponoka Stampede and all the community hoopla dates back to a two-day event in 1936 and has grown to become one of the top 10 rodeos worldwide featuring pro rodeo, chuckwagon races, concerts, midway, dances, parades and more. The best rodeo athletes in North America travel to the Ponoka Stampede to compete on the finest rodeo stock for over half a million dollars. The Ponoka Stampede is the largest CPRA approved rodeo. The organization's mission is to preserve our western heritage and values by providing and facilitating recreation and education for Alberta youth.
Adapted for the stage by Clive Francis and Directed by Mark Bellamy. Jim Wormold is a British expatriate living in 1950's Cuba and is struggling to pay for his daughter's extravagant lifestyle. When the British Secret Service offers him a plum position as their 'man in Havana', he literally can't afford to say no. There's just one problem: he doesn't know anything! Former Vertigo Artistic Director Mark Bellamy returns to direct this hilarious, fast-paced romp through the world of espionage.