See original jail cells and court artifacts in the historic sandstone building that once served as the Cardston courthouse, the longest continuously used courthouse in Alberta.
The ever-changing, award winning, Millet and District Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is located on the west side of Highway 2A at the north end of the Town of Millet, which is about 40 minutes south of Alberta's capital, Edmonton. Open year round in The Prettiest Town in Alberta, the official and accredited Travel Alberta community VIC has well trained travel counsellors to assist with travels within the community and the province of Alberta. We provide free Wifi, a small gift shop with locally made crafts as well as over 3,000 sq ft of museum displays.
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.
Embark on Calgary’s only guided river experience. There are 43 bridges that span the Bow River with 18 of them in the downtown section, where our trip runs. Admire the city's changing skyline, a view of the inner city that even long-time residents of Calgary have never experienced.
For this combination tour, spend the morning taking in the beautiful sights around the town of Banff. In the afternoon you will visit the beautiful Lake Louise and Moraine Lake and learn about their mountaineering beginnings.
Come see the Icefields Parkway for yourself on a bike, travelling at a speed that will make the experience so much greater. This package includes accommodation in hotels, along with full van support, Meals and more. See all three of western Canada’s National parks in one 12-day cycling tour.
Join us for a scenic cruise from Canada to the United States. Enjoy some of the most spectacular mountain scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. View majestic towering cliffs, unique geological formations, beautiful waterfalls, snow clad mountain peaks and the International Border. Bring your camera; tour boats make photographic and wildlife stops. Bald eagle, bear, moose, deer, mountain sheep and mountain goats are often seen. The cruise is accompanied by an informative and entertaining commentary given by experienced local tour guides.The duration of the cruise is 2 and ¼ hours, which includes a ½ hour stop at Goat Haunt
Join lifetime Jasper resident Paula Beauchamp, owner of Walks and Talks Jasper, on a informative guided adventure. Why not explore Jasper National Park with a professional level qualified guide who is passionate about Jasper's awesome trails. We walk farther so that you can enjoy more of Jasper's nature, waterfalls, canyons, glaciers, lakes and mountain scenery. Paula's vision was to offer small groups the benefit of her extensive training and many years of experience, both as a qualified guide and long-time Jasper resident.
Whether you are a single traveller or come as a group, Hinton Trek & Trail adventure can be as diverse as the Hinton landscape. From the rugged peaks to the undulating valley and from high energy activities to more relaxing pastimes. On the edge of the Northern Rocky Mountains, the characteristics of the land define Hinton and it's distinct regions; the mountains and lakes of Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland, Whitehorse Wildland and Willmore Wilderness Park, the rolling countryside of the William A. Switzer Provincial Park and the foothills along the Athabasca River Valley. The areas connect seamlessly to create breathtaking scenery and rich heritage for you to explore and enjoy. Hinton is a fantastic base to explore everything on the edge of National Park and beyond. Whether you stay for just a day or a week or more, there is a richness of discoveries with Hinton Trek & Trail that you could only have imagined. We open for tour holidays from May 20th (weather permitting) until mid-October. From October to May some restrictions apply due to closures with seasonal changes. Winter Tours start from mid-November weather permitting and continue until the snow melts. Walking Tours, Historical Tours, Eco-Tours, Trail Rides, River Adventures, Zip-lining. Hiking or Walking Trails. Wildlife Tours. Fishing Tours. Winter - Cross Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing, Snowshoeing, Ice Skating and Fishing. Barbecues, Picnics and Afternoon Tea. Stargazing and Golfing. Need collecting from the airport, we can do that for you or need help finding accommodation - we can steer you in the right direction.
Fantastic opportunity To discover the Backroads of British Columbia, Airport Transfers will be available, And this Trip will be a combination of Wild camping and Simple accomodation, The Price is $3495, And includes Honda CB500X 'Adventure' By Rally Raid UK, insurance (although Not Travel insurance) Food, fuel, accommodation, camping gear, expedition supplies, luggage, portage, and support truck (where necessary). For more information call one of our Travel Consultants now at 1-403-846-7576
Join us on Aboriginal Day for our annual celebration hosted by the Bonnyville Friendship Centre. The day includes a barbeque and a number of different events and activities, including traditional dancing.
This festival features many workshops on photography and art, guided walks on plant identification and park ecosystems, family programs, lunchtime and evening photographic presentations and local entertainment. Activities include: wildflower photography and painting, wildflower identification, wildflower connections, wildflowers by horseback and by cruise, as well as an afternoon tea with local experts.... and more. Events throughout the festival are led by highly qualified professionals.