|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Looking for a great getaway? Mountain views, wildlife, outdoor recreation and adventures are waiting for you at Adanac Adventures. We are located in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, nestled on a forested five acre property. We have 4 fully-serviced year-round cabins, 8 power camping sites and various tenting spots. Other guest amenities include a barbecue and picnic area, large fire-pit area, walking trails, park area, and seasonal store. Enjoy views of the famous Frank Slide (Turtle Mountain) from your cabin or site. ATV or snowmobile right from your cabin or campsite. Book your adventure today!
This quiet location is tucked away from the ‘busy’ town site of Jasper and allows for excellent opportunities for wildlife sightings while enjoying your peaceful vacation. A mix of modern and traditional log cabins, Pocahontas Cabins are situated at the base of the Miette Hot Springs road on the Yellowhead Highway 16, thirty minutes east of the Jasper town site. Take a refreshing dip in their heated outdoor swimming pool in summer, or relax in our hot tub in winter, while you reflect on your day’s journeys through the stunning Jasper National Park.
Enjoy an elegant three-course lunch with wine, aboard a travelling 1920's Canadian Pacific Railway car at Heritage Park in Calgary. This unique fine dining experience is a great alternative to a traditional restaurant. Must book tables of two or four. Valid on select Tuesdays only.
Departing from Sundre, the West Country Tour includes admission to the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, lunch at the Water Valley Saloon, a tour of the Wild Horses of Alberta sanctuary, a wagon ride to see the local herd of wild horses, and honey mead tasting at the Fallen Timber craft meadery.
Soak in the steamy hot mineral water where travellers have come for over a hundred years. Banff National Park’s only hot springs pool welcomes you for an authentic heritage experience that is a favourite among visitors. Open year-round.
Free admission (and parking) all weekend. The Clothesline Festival & Art Sale at Leighton Art Centre presents over 1,000 Alberta-made artworks including paintings, pottery, sculpture and fine craft. Come enjoy the 80-acre historic Leighton property with many family-fun activities including live music, artist demonstrations, museum tours and children’s art activities. Local food vendors will be on-site or bring your lunch from home (or nearby Granary Road Market) for a picnic.
Join experts from The Jasper Planetarium for a look at giant flames on the Sun, the planet Venus, and maybe even a view of the Moon…All in a 10-20 minute tour at the base of the mountain.Enhance your Jasper Skytram experience at the Lower Station before or after your flight, where a knowledgeable astronomy expert will show you a variety of different views of giant solar flames 100 times the size of Earth- snaking filaments dozens of Earths long, and much more! You’ll even have the opportunity to take pictures of some of these objects with your phone! Opens June 1st to September 30th daily, weather permitting of course - from 12 noon - 5:00 pm. For more information, or costs,please visit one of their websites.
43rd annual Wild Rose Antique Collectors Show & Sale at the Edmonton Expo Centre. Admission $10 per day or $15 for 2-day pass. Vendors from across western Canada. Special collector displays. Antique appraiser Gale Pirie on site ($15 per item). Since 1976 this show has been one of the largest and best attended antique shows in western Canada. Located centrally between Vancouver and Winnipeg, the show attracts sellers and buyers from across the Prairies and British Columbia as well as eastern Canada and the northwestern US. Find everything from fine antiques to nostalgia, pop culture, and collectibles. In addition to the sales portion of the show, the event also features displays from private collectors as well as historical associations. Make your plans for a weekend antique shopping trip to Edmonton.