|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Dungarvan Creek Vacation Rentals offers a modernized cottage and cabin for long or short term rent within 10 mins of Waterton Lakes Park. Situated on a 40 acre rural property with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains they offer a peaceful escape from the bustle of everyday life. The Cottage comfortably sleeps 4 people having two bedrooms, a living room, fully equipped galley kitchen and shower room. It has gas central heating and is open year round.The Cabin also sleeps 4 people and has an open plan design with main bedroom area flowing into sitting and dining/kitchen area with a separate shower room and 2nd bedroom. It has electric heating and is open from May to October. Small pets are allowed in the Cabin.
The Lodge at Thanksgiving Ranch offers a private, unique, secluded and visually stunning location in the southwest corner of Alberta. The views of Alberta's incredible Rocky Mountains dominate the landscape from the lodge located on a family ranching operation, south of Pincher Creek. Three separate log structures comprise the lodge. The main house has spectacular public spaces including three separate suites. The upper level of a separate structure contains a exquisite private suite. The third structure houses an indoor heated swimming pool. Whatever your vacation entails, the Lodge at Thanksgiving Ranch will deliver beyond expectations.
Come and join our satisfied customers and enjoy a stay in one of our 48 Superior Rooms. Which we offer a variety from traditional to Executive Suites, and our ever popular Jacuzzi Suites. Children under 17 stay free . Our meeting room is the perfect place to gather. Fax and copy services are available, as well guest laundry, 24hr front desk, Super Start Breakfast ,and vehicle plug-ins. All rooms offer high speed internet, fridge, microwave, iron& board, in room coffee, and hair dryers. See you along the way.
Take a relaxing one-hour horseback ride with Banff Trail Riders that takes you along the Bow River and past some of the most awe-evoking scenery in Banff, including the Cave and Basin hot springs. Save 10% by using coupon code ONLINE2SAVE and booking online seven days or more in advance.
Don't miss out on this great golf deal in southern Alberta! The Medicine Hat golf package includes two 18-hole rounds, one night stay and breakfast for two, starting at $179. Choose your favorite golf courses and hotel in Medicine Hat for your golf vacation. Save $100 with the package!
Experience the excitement of prospecting for fossils as you hike the spectacular badlands of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Please wear appropriate hiking shoes and bring water. Lunch is provided. Please note there will be no digging or removal of fossil material.
Straight from the wild woods of rural British Columbia, Moontricks blends the mountain folklore of roots, blues, and bluegrass with the urban witchcraft of livermilking bass and patina polished production. Drawing on diverse influences from Dr. Dre to Muddy Waters they create a shape shifting, chameleon style all their own that has won over audiences from dive bars to dance halls.
Experience the magic of Christmas past at Heritage Park Historical Village. Tour the park, all decked out for the season on a festive horse-drawn wagon ride, wander through the historical homes and exhibits to see how Christmas was celebrated 100 years ago. Warm your toes by a crackling fire, decorate gingerbread men and catch a fun and festive holiday performance. Pick up unique gifts for under the tree, craft old-fashioned ornaments and visit Old Saint Nick and his reindeer. This event runs Saturdays & Sundays, 9:30 am to 4:00 p.m. from November 23 - December 22, 2019
Sanctuary brings together the works of Noemi de Bruijn and Julya Hajnoczky, encouraging visitors to challenge their idealized notion of ‘home’. By drawing on nostalgia felt for lost or absent homes, the show presents ideas of displacement and belonging in the spaces we occupy, as well as our interactions with vast landscapes. The works by de Bruijn and Hajnoczky can be seen as meditations on the connection between humans and nature, and on the ways in which we attempt to control and codify nature while holding ourselves as separate. In our modern world, humans often take sanctuary in nature, and the beneficial effects of this are widely known. Here, representations of the environments that aid in self-exploration and self-awareness, both inward and outward, are brought together for contemplation. By combining de Bruijn’s works on paper and canvas with Hajnoczky’s sculpture, photography and embroidered works, Sanctuary presents a sort of Cabinet of Curiosity for visitors to take refuge in and explore. The intimacy and interaction of these imagined realms connects the viewer to the universal human experience of longing for and seeking sanctuary from our world.