Rise quickly above the treeline to the expansive meadows of this glacier-carved landscape. Bighorn sheep are sometimes seen in the area. Please help keep them wild and safe - do not approach or feed them.
Starting at the Pine Lake Recreation Area, the Lakeside Trail follows the lakeshore through aspen and spruce forest to the Kettle Point Group Camp. It also connects to the trailhead for Lane Lake.
After experiencing the waterfalls along the Johnston Canyon trail, continue beyond its Upper Falls to reach a set of brilliantly coloured pools.
Learn how to be independent. No need to follow your partner, they're just pretending anyway! Spend the day outside, learn to orient a map, use a compass, and figure out where you are without a GPS. By the end of the day you'll be able to lead everyone home!
Dinotour is a unique opportunity to discover Alberta's palaeontological treasures with Dr. Philip Currie and other world-renowned scientists. 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. The tour includes 3 nights accommodation and admissions.
The Mount Edith Cavell tour follows the “Path of the Glacier” trail though one of Jasper’s most stunning landscapes. This is one of the most spectacular adventures that we offer and should not be missed by anyone visiting Jasper National Park.
Canadian Rockies Mountain Guides is a group of fully certified ACMG/IFMGA Mountain Guides who live, work and play in the mountain corridors of Banff and Canmore. We are local mountain professionals/risk managers who are passionate about the mountains and we take pride in giving our guests the safest and most unforgettable experiences of their lives. We specialize in custom tailored summer and winter mountain adventures around the Canadian Rockies. If you are a beginner, we have rock climbing courses to introduce you to the sport.
From popular trails in Lake Louise and Banff to virtually unknown routes in Kananaskis Country, there's a hike for all abilities and interests. You'll travel safely, learn about the area, meet locals, and best of all you'll hike a trail or route that provides you with maximum reward for your effort. Choose from multiple hiking options requiring varying levels of skill and experience.
Northern Alberta's boreal region is home to our outfitting business. We offer the finest whitetail hunting around, with the opportunity to harvest a number of other species. The lodge is also available to rent for family vacations or a personal getaway.
We invite you to step into a wildflower wonderland, a veritable bouquet of wildflowers in the wildflower capital of Canada. The spectacular setting of Waterton Lakes National Park is home to more than 1,000 vascular plant species including half of all wildflower species found in Alberta. Of those, 175 species are listed as rare in Alberta and 20 are only found in Waterton. From beargrass to orchids, pink meadowsweet, and glacier lilies, learn to identify the different species, see wildflowers from horseback, indulge in an afternoon tea with local experts, and learn about wildflower photography and painting. The possibilities and mediums are endless when learning about Waterton wildflowers during the 13th annual Waterton Wildflower Festival. Join us for guided walks, hikes, workshops and presentations. Come celebrate the first day of summer in a World Heritage Site.This festival, a program of the Waterton Park Community Association, 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.