Locally owned and operated, the Ridgeport Inn takes pride in its customer service, cleanliness, accommodating rooms and amenities, and sensible rates. There are 78 rooms available with full kitchenettes including rooms with whellchair accessibility. Continental breakfast are available daily .
Fort McMurray's only boutique hotel, Chez Dube, is anything but generic. Located in the heart of the city, nestled alongside the beautiful Borealis Park and near the riverbank, this hotel offers luxury in the cleanest, quietest, and most enveloping atmosphere. Indulge in made-to order hot breakfast served weekdays by the Inn's personal chef. Regular rooms and executive rooms available.
Open from April to October with longer term winter leases available. Our facilities are rustic but include all modern conveniences. Each lodge is fully self-contained with private kitchens, wash rooms, and outdoor hot tubs. In total the lodge has sixteen bed rooms, five of which are doubles. There are also six sofa hide-a-beds. Great for family reunions, corporate getaways, women's retreats, and camping. Group facilities include BBQs, fire pits, 100-seat tent, open air kitchen, stage, and sound system.
Package includes a fun and exciting scenic float trip down Athabasca River, and an educational guided wildlife viewing hike where you will have the chance to see Jasper's most iconic creatures. Stay at the Astoria Hotel located in the heart of Jasper and enjoy wine or beer upon check in.
This is Canada's premier beginner mountaineering course. Based from the Wapta Icefields this program is for outdoor enthusiasts wanting a solid grounding in mountaineering. The glacier and surrounding peaks will be our classroom. We provide food, hut accommodations, transport and group/technical gear - all you need is an adventurous attitude!
Explore Banff with a 2-hour front suspension mountain bike rental and a 2-hour canoe rental. Activities can take place on separate days. Package rate is per person, based on 2 people.
Join the Lethbridge Public Library, sponsors and volunteers to celebrate the joy of words written, sung, spoken and read. The Word on The Street Festival is a national festival that is celebrated in five cities across Canada. It includes authors, presentations, music, street theatre and workshops along with a vibrant marketplace and best of all it is free.
Looking for a reason to stay active during the winter months? Try snowshoe running with the Blitz! This race is a great day of hiking or running snowshoe trails while enjoying Lake Louise area's pristine mountain landscape in Banff National Park. If you're new to snowshoeing the 5km course is a scenic flat route across the lake then back along the shoreline trail. If you need more of a challenge the 10km course veers off and up into the trees on deep snow and packed trail sections with an elevation gain of 295m. If you can walk you can snowshoe!
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame’s new exhibit in honour of Terry Fox is open from July-December, 2016. Inducted in 1981, he is a universally recognized Canadian hero. During his Marathon of Hope, his goal was to raise awareness for cancer research and $1 for every Canadian at the time. Learn about Terry's triumphs, struggles and the impact his foundation has made globally. Artefacts on display include the shoe he dipped into the Atlantic Ocean to begin his journey, his shirt and shorts, and iconic photos. Be inspired by a Canadian who dared to dream big and help others!