|Non-stop to Calgary||9 h 15 min|
|Non-stop to Edmonton||8 h 40 min|
Get ready for a magical adventure through the winter wonderland that is the Rocky Mountains. Exploring the Rockies, you’ll stop off perennial favourites such as Banff and Jasper, and have the chance to admire the lofty peaks from the air, from a sleigh, on skis & from a dog sled.
Explore the very best of Alberta on this 16-day self-drive holiday. Discover spectacular mountains, emerald lakes, charming mountain villages, and an array of wonderful wildlife.
7 nights at the Mount Royal Hotel including return flights from London and transfers.
Celebrate Alberta Culture Days at the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre. Starting in the early 1900s, people came from eastern and western Europe, the United States, and other parts of Canada to make a living in the coal mining valley of the Crowsnest Pass. They brought cultural traditions with them that have made the area a hotbed of artistic and musical creativity. Culture Days showcases the vibrant culture of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. At the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre, view the art exhibit, A Slow Light. In 2015, Canmore-based artist, Tyler Los-Jones, began his investigation of the Crowsnest Pass during a residency program organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery at the Gushul Studio in Blairmore. He recalls encountering the region’s stories in the way one encounters bands of strata, there are those that are large and obvious that you can determine at a distance and those that are more contorted that you need to experience up close. The layered geological and economic narratives within the region became the basis for the photographs and sculpture in this exhibition. Other events: Harvest of Memories Gala and Auction, fundraiser for the Crowsnest Museum; M is for Music on Sunday at Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery (a musical talent recital).
Celebrate Alberta's agricultural roots with a traditional harvest at the Ukrainian Village. See the Village one last time before it closes for the season and witness an old-fashioned threshing bee complete with vintage farm equipment and grain deliveries to the historic elevator. Other historic activities include flower and herb drying, feather stripping, making kapusta (sour cabbage), grinding wheat, quilting and canning of produce from the Village's gardens.
The La Crete Fall Fair is organized to encourage, promote and recognize skill development. We see locals in the country bring junior & adult entries from colouring pages, Lego projects, art, writing , canning, baking, horticultural, photography etc. FREE ADMISSION Doors open to the public 1pm - 5pm