Explore Inglewood and meet the mavericks of the city’s food scene
|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Travelling to Red Deer and looking for a place to stay? Look no further as they have the place for you! Microtel Inn and Suites by Wyndham Red Deer has everything you need no matter what brings you to their great city. They are conveniently located off of Gasoline Alley (Highway 2). They have 100 comfortable guestrooms with all of the modern amenities so whether you are travelling in for a quick stopover or travelling in for a lengthy period of time, they have the room for you. They have long term suites with kitchenettes as well as accessible rooms for your convenience. Whether you are travelling in a family-size vehicle or a 60-person tour bus, they have ample complimentary parking available. They cater to all types of travellers by offering services for both the business and leisure traveler.
Nestled in the heart of Jasper National Park, Pine Bungalows is surrounded by a Spruce, Pine & Douglas fir forest, located on the banks of the World Heritage Athabasca River where wildlife abounds. Stay in their cozy lodgings & peaceful, inspiring environment without televisions, telephone or internet. Or take time to stroll & sit a while along the Athabasca River & enjoy the view. They invite you to relax & enjoy your stay amid the splendors of Jasper National Park. They have 5 different types of cabins and bungalows with kitchens and fireplaces available. Choose the one that’s right for you. They provide on-site barbecues (suitable for campfire too), picnic tables, nature talks (July and August) Discovery Events plus free parking. Firewood, briquettes and gift items available in office.
The Rockyview Hotel & Saloon revels in its Wild West past and so will you when you visit the more than 100-year-old establishment on Cochrane’s main street.It’s hard to walk by without stopping by the striking grey and red building that looks like it could easily double as a Hollywood movie set. Completely renovated, with a modern saloon vibe, there’s no sign of the sawdust that once covered the floors back in the day, when this was the go-to hitching post for cowboys and colourful characters. Step inside for a one-stop spot of down-home Alberta food in the Texas Gate Saloon or hear live music. Make a weekend of it and stay in one of the western-styled rooms. The Rockyview also has a series of escape rooms for those who like a spooky brain teaser.Word also has it there are resident ghosts lurking about, which the hotel regularly scares up at paranormal party events.
The Royal Canadian is an extension of the Three Sisters Peaks Tour. Your journey will take you to new heights through the Goat Range Pass and along the Sundance Range of Banff National Park where you will see mountain peaks, alpine meadows, and pristine lakes.
Before 2013, Leduc never had a single distillery, and now it has two! Join Alberta Craft Tours as we take you to these distilleries, each with their own unique origin story, and sample a wide variety of spirits crafted from locally-grown grain and botanicals. Bottoms up!
The quiet beauty of winter is a delight to explore on snowshoes! Your 3-4 hour group wilderness outing includes snowshoes & poles, delicious dark cocoa hot chocolate, and homemade power bars.
Ellie works at the Wildcat Saloon. She is a young and talented country singer with a gift for writing amazing country music. After years of trying though, Ellie is almost ready to give up on her dreams. That is when fate steps in. Actually… that is when Garth steps in. Garth Jackson is a country legend with the most hit records of any recording artist in history. He has everything a person could ever want, fame fortune and legions of fans. Fortunately, for Ellie, he also has a tour bus that broke down right outside the bar! Jubilations Dinner Theatre presents the rootin’ tootin’, down home country music parody… A Country Star is Born! Your ticket includes a 4-course meal, tea and coffee and, of course, their 3-act musical comedy. .
Using mixed media, Steven Nederveen blurs lines in nature with his arresting images of high mountain peaks, powerful ocean waves, & quiet subdued landscapes filled with overtly positive vibes. A mix of photography and painting, the borders of realism and experience come together to meet in Nederveen’s artistic practice.artist reception, Saturday, November 2, 2019 1 - 3 pmexhibition continues until November 14
The ancient buffalo harvest is a very important story told at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. Join Blackfoot guides on a guided tour through the interpretive centre. Watch Indigenous artists demonstrate their skills and display their artworks. Free Admission all three days.