The Taber Irrigation Impact Museum focuses on the impact of irrigation on Taber’s development. It showcases the irrigation systems and processes from early labour-intensive methods to the current computer technologies that growers use. Through the efforts of pioneer settlers and workers such as the Okamotos, and the constant modernization of irrigation systems, Taber continues to have a thriving agricultural industry with abundant production of crops such as sugar beets, pulses, beans, and the famous Taber corn.
The Rimbey Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Smithson International Truck Museum at the PasKaPoo Historical Park. Located two blocks west off the Highway, entering Rimbey's from the north. Open year round seven days a week in the summer and Monday through Saturday in the winter (closed Sundays). Features include a large parking area, grass rest and picnic area, playground, 10 acre museum, handicap accessible washrooms, WiFi and friendly staff and volunteers who are ready and willing to help with any of our visitors needs.
Four original, authentically restored and furnished buildings are still located in the same places they were over a hundred years ago with historic interpreters ready to share stories that helped shape the province. The visitor center is open every summer with tours of the historic site which can be customized based on visitors times and interests. It is located next to Dunvegan Provincial campground. Open May 15th to labour day 10 am to 5pm Daily.
Experience three popular summer activities on this package deal with Discover Banff Tours. Take a 1 hour interpretive boat cruise on Lake Minnewanka, ride up to 7,000 feet on Mt Norquay's sightseeing chairlift for breathtaking views, and keep your eyes peeled for bears, elk and more on a twilight safari.
Journey through the Canadian Badlands on this 5-day/4-night history and culture tour. Hike pine forest trails in the middle of the prairie, meet prehistoric dinosaurs, explore the culturally diverse city of Medicine Hat and dine on creative local dishes as you journey through southern Alberta. Tours available June to September.
Book your stay at Bar Diamond Guest Ranch, then relax and let Prairie Sprinter take you there and back from Calgary. Enjoy a stop at UNESCO World Heritage Site on your journey to the ranch. Transfer available for groups from June to Sept. Accommodation at Bar Diamond not included.
Make the most out of your time in Central Alberta by heading out for a snowshoe tour with an expert guide. Learn about the amazing natural and cultural history of the area. Catch some breathtaking scenery as you explore the quiet trails leading to dramatic landscapes, canyons and frozen waterfalls. Enjoy the comfort that comes with a guide who knows the area's trails, wildlife and terrain so that you can focus on snowshoeing, while the rest is taken care of.
Rubberneck Active Tourism is a tourist agency focused on providing customized active tourism services which include mountain biking packages, hiking, rafting, canoeing, and kayaking, for a high range of physical ratings, throughout the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The objective is to provide support to visitors so they enjoy their stay. Rubberneck Active Tourism specializes in work with Portuguese-speaking visitors.
Maligne Lake Cruise introduces you to the azure-blue waters and majestic scenery of Maligne Lake. Nestled in a ring of towering mountains, Maligne Lake is the largest glacially fed lake in the Canadian Rockies. Here you’ll discover world-famous Spirit Island, the crown jewel of Jasper National Park. Choose from a variety of cruise experiences including our classic and premium cruises to Spirit Island, as well as our Through the Lens cruise for photographers. Guided fishing tours are also available along with canoe and kayak rentals, hiking trails and dining at the historic Maligne Lake Chalet and The View restaurant.
Dinotour is a unique opportunity to discover Alberta's palaeontological treasures with Dr. Philip Currie, Dr. David Eberth, Dr. David Evans, Dr. Eva Koppelhus, Dr. Michael Ryan, and Darren Tanke. On this 4-day family-oriented tour August 3-6, 2018, guests will learn about dinosaurs that inhabited Alberta and explore the sites associated with major discoveries. Seniors, adults and families with children as young as 10 years old are all welcome. Enjoy hiking in the badlands to search for fossils. The tour includes 3 nights accommodation and admissions. Contact Dinotour@DinosaurResearch.com for more information.
Visit Heritage Park after dark for a guided ghost tour through the streets of the Historical Village. Behind the Park’s old-fashioned charm lie stories of otherworldly encounters, spine-tingling history and some memorable manifestations. This 90 minute outdoor walking tour is certain to have you spell bound. Your ticket includes one free coffee or hot chocolate to enjoy during your tour. A cash bar is available in the Selkirk Grille following the tour. Ghost Tours depart from the main gate at 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Reserve a table at the Selkirk Grille for a same-day 10% discount off your pre-tour dinner.