|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
The Lodge at Panther River is a family owned and operated wilderness resort which opened in 1979. The love, passion, and hard work that has been put into this serene destination over the years shines through on the grounds right through to the staff. The gorgeous and unique lodge is where family and friends come to gather. With a gorgeous wood burning fireplace it is the perfect place to put your feet up and take it all in. Each authentic charming log cabin has its own covered veranda to sit back and watch the world go by. Our log cabins are perfect for your family getaway. Each cabin has a different bed layout with a large three-piece ensuite bathroom, satellite TV, and Wifi. Cabins can accommodate up to four guests comfortably.
Secluded, rustic cabins. Affordable family fun. Drop in for a night or two and take a step back in time staying in rustic camping cabins. Leave the hustle and bustle of everyday living behind. Your hosts Karen and Bob Brinkman offer warm "maritime" hospitality in an authentic western style, as you relax and enjoy quiet solitude in the privacy of your "home away from home". That's some of the treasures we share with you here at KB Trails. All you need to bring is your food, bedding and a sense of humour. Open year round. All three cabins are in isolated locations separate from each other yet still accessible by private vehicle. Four wheel drive is recommended for winter time access but is not absolutely necessary. The unserviced cabins Drifters Camp & Paradise Inn offer the opportunity to step back into time and experience rustic living with candles and oil lamps for lighting, visits to the outhouse through forest, hauling water in jugs and adventurous, creative cooking on woofers or barbecues. If you are "campers" these two cabins definitely are for you especially if you are looking to upgrade your camping experience for a roof over your head and an indoor fire to keep you warm. If however you are looking for indoor plumbing and electricity you may want to consider the cabin called Earls Place with a full kitchen and wash room with toilet and shower. All the cabins have barbecues, picnic areas, fire pits, and free firewood. Pets are welcome. Directions: Turn south off HW 11 onto HW 22 heading towards Caroline. Drive 20 km. Watch for road sign TWP RD 36-5A. Turn east for a 1.6 km then follow the KB Trails signs.
The pet-friendly lakefront cabins offer guests the comfort and amenities of home, along with the peace and quiet tranquility of the surrounding prairie landscape. Guests can sit back and relax on the private deck to watch the herons hunting at dusk, the beautiful prairie sunset linger over the lake or the stars dancing in the night sky. Situated just minutes outside of Hanna, Fox Lake Retreat is conveniently centrally located between Drumheller and Dinosaur Provincial Park. There is plenty of space for everyone to stretch their legs and enjoy their time in the Canadian Badlands.
Finish off your day at Chinook Rafting with a scenic chairlift to the Mount Norquay Cliffhouse Bistro. This open chair-lift offers stunning views from high above the Bow Valley.
Make your way to Banff, the jewel of the Rockies. Take a sleigh ride, head to the hills and experience the "champagne powder" Banff is known for, and adventure through steel walkways built into the walls of Johnston Canyon. Includes 4 nights accommodation and transfers.
The Sunwapta River is the only class III whitewater rafting in Jasper National Park. The self-drive option allows you to take your own vehicle to the meeting location along the Icefields Parkway (Highway #93) to allow for more flexibility before or after your rafting adventure. Call to book.
Each summer in the heart of the Canadian Badlands, a cast of hundreds tells an epic story of faith, hope, and love on Canada's largest outdoor stage.For 25 years, hundreds of thousands of people have visited the incredible Badlands Amphitheatre to enjoy the BADLANDS PASSION PLAY- an award-winning portrayal of the life of Christ.Live music, original costumes, Roman armour, special effects - all in a spectacular natural setting. Join us for the experience of a lifetime!
2018 marks the thirteenth anniversary of the Crowsnest Pass Doors Open & Heritage Festival in Crowsnest Pass taking place over the August long weekend. A celebration of unique culture, history, and heritage, the festival offers up a variety of activities to help you experience the beautiful Crowsnest Pass.
Join Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts for the 3rd Annual Ukrainian Vintage Fair! They will be selling fun and unique items including artifacts, pottery, ceramics, dolls, art work, wood carvings, pysanky, religious items, linens, textiles, music, books, cookbooks, clothing, costumes, and more! The Ukrainian Vintage Fair will kick off on June 23 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Be the first to shop the Ukrainian Vintage sale and enjoy food trucks, beer garden, entertainment, and their version of Ukrainian Antique Road Show! If you can’t make the kick off event, shop the sale June 26 to August 25 during regular gallery hours which can be found on their website.