|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Tekarra Lodge's guest cabins are quaint and unique in design, offering relaxation as well as a host of amenities and the plush comforts of home. Songbirds and a stunning mountain view greet you each morning from the porch of your cabin. Take a quick stroll to the ridge, sit back and listen to the soothing sounds of the rushing water and enjoy mountain scenery that has inspired artists, poets and the countless guests who have taken pleasure from this special place.
Explore the three world-class ski resorts of Banff National Park, including Sunshine Village, Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Mount Norquay. Excellent snow conditions and amazing views await during this exciting winter adventure.
Clean, comfortable rooms and suites with kitchens in downtown Pincher Creek. Now featuring newly renovated hostel-style accommodation. 2 restaurants on site including “The Grill”. Free Wi-Fi throughout. Price is per person, per night, and includes 2-day lift tickets. Minimum 2-nt. stay required. Upgrades extra.
Trek over snow and gaze into a star-filled sky. Following a guided hike on snowshoes, you'll enjoy snacks around a fire and learn about the night sky above. Register in advance and meet at the Astotin Lake Beach parking lot. $29.80 per person. Valid on select dates, starting Dec. 9.
SkirtsAfire is a 4-day multidisciplinary arts festival that features the work of women. In conjunction with International Women’s Day, the festival runs annually in early March at various venues in the heart of Alberta Avenue, an area that is reinventing itself as an Arts and Dining district in Edmonton. Leading up to and during the festival each year, you can catch their MainStage play, and then join them for an incredible weekend of performances and workshops including theatre, poetry, spoken word, design, visual art, dance, music, comedy, yoga, food, and drinks. There’s something for everyone at SkirtsAfire so come and #feeltheheat!
Named for the Port-of-Spain, Trinidad neighbourhood where calypso was created, Kobo Town playfully reimagines the genre. Founder Drew Gonsalves was born in Trinidad and later moved to Canada. The band showcases buoyant brass rhythms and intricate guitar work woven with clever social commentary and poignant poetry. Kobo Town received a Juno Award nomination for their 2013 album Jumbie in the Jukebox. Where the Galleon Sank, released in 2017, has already garnered praise for its activist lyrics and expressive, energetic Caribbean vibe.
The symphony pays tribute to the home of famous musicians with favourite polkas, arias, waltzes, and overtures. Enjoy comedy and great tragedy as the ever-popular collaboration with rising opera singers returns with stories of mistaken identities, interfering guardians, and happy endings.