|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Fort McMurray's only boutique hotel, Chez Dube, is anything but generic. Located in the heart of the city, nestled alongside the beautiful Borealis Park and near the riverbank, this hotel offers luxury in the cleanest, quietest, and most enveloping atmosphere. Indulge in made-to order hot breakfast served weekdays by the Inn's personal chef. Regular rooms and executive rooms available.
Locally owned and operated, the Ridgeport Inn takes pride in its customer service, cleanliness, accommodating rooms and amenities, and sensible rates. There are 78 rooms available with full kitchenettes including rooms with whellchair accessibility. Continental breakfast are available daily .
A combination of tranquility and comfort, Patricia Lake Bungalows offer a charming cottage experience, within a secluded forest setting overlooking a pristine mountain lake. All cabins include TV’s and most have kitchens and fireplaces. You’ll also find onsite laundry, a playground, and outdoor hot tub and fire pit, which add to your memorable Jasper experience. Family owned and operated, we offer clean, comfortable and charming cottages hidden at the end of a private road and nestled in a secluded forest setting.
Enjoy your sixth and seventh nights free along with a $350 resort credit per stay! This package invites adventurers of all ages and abilities to explore Banff National Park from its most elegant base camp - Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. Price reflects 7-nt. stay for 2 guests.
Immerse yourself in Calgary’s history and culture with a 3-hour city tour. Experience the eclectic neighbourhoods and stop for photo-ops at the city’s most interesting sites. From $45 per person including free pickup from several downtown hotels. Admission fees not included.
This is a family fun adventure you don’t want to miss! Package includes one night's accommodation, four (one day) tickets to Calaway Park, complimentary Timber Fall Splash Jacket (ages 4-16), breakfast for four in Horizons Bistro, and in room movie with a basket of snacks.
The ancient buffalo harvest is a very important story told at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. Celebrate Alberta Culture Days, Saturday, October 1: Join our Blackfoot guides on a guided tour through the building. Participate in our “Living off the Land” artifact demonstrations. Taste buffalo themed cuisine from our cafeteria. Watch First Nations artists demonstrate their skills and display their artworks. Sale discounts in our gift shop for all three days! Free Admission all three days. Shuttle bus service and cafeteria open.
At the turn of the last century, people were filled with hope about what the future might hold. Technology was advancing at a breakneck pace, the middle class was growing and leisure was available for more and more people. Books, photographs, and films celebrated that possible future. Join us during Alberta Culture Days as we explore and imagine what that future could have been for the Rutherfords and others, and what our own future might be.Join us during Alberta Culture Days (Friday, September 30th; Saturday, October 1st and Sunday, October 2nd) from noon to 4:00 p.m.
Come and join us for our turkey supper!