Hike into a unique larch forest high above Moraine Lake for breathtaking views of the Ten Peaks.
Follow in the footsteps - or trolley wheels - of travelers who, a century ago, were dropped off at the railway station and then ferried, by tram, on this 3 per cent railway grade to the Chateau Lake Louise.
At the Molar Pass trail junction you have the option of travelling to the alpine meadows of Molar Pass or heading left to this higher pass, a rugged and stark landscape of rocky meadows.
Discover the best hiking trails and natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies on a small-group guided hike with Discover Banff Tours, including famous Larch Valley and the Plain of Six Glaciers. Save 10% by using coupon code ONLINE2SAVE and booking online seven days or more in advance.
The valley up York Creek exposes beautiful vistas as Uplift Adventures unravels stories of bravery at the Plane Crash. Listen to the stories of local heroes, the challenges and unique opportunities that exist for locals living in this mountain community. Learn about the strength and camaraderie that exists.
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, and dine on creative local dishes as you journey through southern Alberta. Save $100 on all 2018 dates.
As a small adventure company based out of Canmore Alberta our focus at the C.W.S.X is on creating incredible experiences through small group adventures. With group sizes of 2 - 14 participants we specialize not only in unique adventure trips but also in outdoor educational programs and extended expeditions.
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.
Based in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Ridgeline's professionally certified ACMG guides are happy to provide you with enjoyable mountain guided experiences for all skill levels. We offer private guided trips and training courses in the areas of: Rock, Ice, & Alpine Climbing, Mountaineering, Hiking, Scrambling, Via Ferrata Tours, Rescue, Navigation, & more. Contact us today and lets start making memories tomorrow that last a lifetime!!
Huckleberry Festival, a full weekend event, occurs at Castle Mountain Resort each and every August. This annual, family friendly event that attracts more than a thousand people each year to come enjoy music and entertainment, a pig roast, and ride the chairlifts to some of the best Huckleberry picking around. While the main attraction may be the scenic chairlift rides whisking you into prime huckleberry picking zones, guests will also enjoy lots of great food and drink, guided hiking, a bouncy Castle, vendor's market, and all kinds of free, live music outside on the Huckleberry stage. New this year is the all-access Huckleberry pass providing unlimited access to the lifts for the weekend and including all meals.
The Come By the Hills Music Festival is a unique, family friendly festival that features a wide variety of talented and award-winning artists under an amazing prairie sky. Located at the picturesque Mistahiya Retreat Centre between Vermilion and Wainwright, this former ski hill is the perfect venue to experience live music in a relaxed and friendly environment. This festival offers all the amenities of larger folk festivals, such as on-site camping, food vendors, beer/beverage tent, and top quality talent, but without the high ticket prices or long lines. The event organizers are committed to creating an intimate, laid back environment that showcases folk and country performers that shine under the open skies. The festival features a covered seating area, so attendees are comfortable no matter what the weather might bring. Day and weekend passes go on sale annually on May 15th and are available online.
Join a Castle Provincial Park interpreter on a quest to discover secrets held by the forest of Beaver Mines Lake, 3-4:30 p.m. on select dates. Bring a water bottle, light jacket (dress for the weather), a hat and sunscreen and hiking shoes or boots for this easy informative walk in the forest!