Rocky Mountain Escape offers private, secluded log cabin accommodation and a variety of year-round, nature-oriented activities. Nestled amongst the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, adjacent to Jasper National Park and vast, undeveloped Willmore Wilderness, we cater to visitors looking for a quiet, scenic, non-touristy mountain experience.
Gypsy Lake Lodge is located 50 air miles east of Fort McMurray and offers fly-in fishing and hunting. It is the only lodge in Gypsy Lake Wildland Park, and its strict catch and release policy and use of single barbless hooks means there are plenty of trophy pike lurking in the waters. Accessible only by aircraft, this spring-fed lake is the ultimate treasure among the lakes of Northern Alberta. The main lodge is perfect for unwinding after a hard day of fishing and for dining on great home-cooked meals. There are four cabins, each accommodating up to four guests. All cabins are equipped with power and heat.
Big Buck Lodge is located on a picturesque bluff overlooking the South Saskatchewan River. Here nature privacy and peacefulness abound. Relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day exploring the Canadian Badlands...we look forward to welcoming you. Daily Housekeeping
Join Paula of Walks & Talks Jasper on an informative guided hike on a unique route of Maligne 5 Bridges trail. Paula has planned stops to point out things of interest and walks farther than other tours. Enjoy the sounds of nature and the roar of the Maligne river.
Take a romantic getaway to the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. This Rockies escape promises to steal your heart. Cozy accommodations, delectable dining experiences and the indulgence of Reflections, the new Fairmont Spa, offer the perfect chance reconnect with your loved one. Price is per night for 2 guests. Restrictions apply.
Visit the Reynolds-Alberta Museum for the admission price of $13 for an adult. Seniors are $11, youth are $9 and a family (two adults plus youth to a maximum of 8) is $35. The museum is open daily, from May long weekend until Labour Day. For winter hours, check website.
The Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede's Enerplus Olde Tyme Christmas Fair & Christmas Farmers' Market will be on Dec. 6 from 5-8 p.m. at Pioneer Village. Free for the entire family. The day will feature photos with Santa, hot chocolate, hot dogs, s'mores over an open fire, hay rides through the grounds. Visit the historic Pioneer Village buildings, including a blacksmith shop, McKay Creek school, fire hall, 1913 Webb ladder truck, St. James church, Austin's general store, the Garage and a replica RCMP detachment. Next door, at the Cypress Centre Auditorium, The Olde Tyme Christmas Farmers' Market takes place from 4-9 p.m. Do some Christmas shopping, take a break from the cold, and get a chance to catch up with your favourite Farmers' Market vendors.
Hand Made Here’s boutiques annual Christmas group sale is back and features 25 of Calgary’s best, most unique artists and craftspeople working in diverse mediums! One location. Calgary's hand made ultimate shopping experience.
Norwegian craft and bake sale