Rich with tradition, located on the Brewster family's 95 year old guest ranch, Kananaskis Ranch is the "affordable mountain course" to play 18 holes that is not only kick-back casual, but breathtakingly memorable. This impressionable layout, only 15 minutes east of Canmore, defines guest experience with its natural beauty, charm and country style. Laying beneath the shadows of Mt. Yamnuska, this golf course offers compelling, panoramic views of both the enchanting Bow Valley Parkway and the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountain peaks above. Be sure to visit our website for an inside perspective and take the aerial tour.
Get your skis or snowboards ready and your smiles on for an adventurous fun-filled day at Alberta's popular family friendly ski resort. The Pass Powderkeg ski area boasts challenging terrain, affordable rates, equipment rentals, ski school, and a full service lodge. Pass Powderkeg quickly becoming Alberta's Family Ski Area.
The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre presents the history of one of Canada's deadliest rockslides. In the early morning hours back in 1903, millions of tons of limestone crashed from the summit of Turtle Mountain and buried a portion of the community of Frank, a once-bustling coal mining town. Through state-of-the-art interactive displays and exhibits, along with winding trails through the rocks themselves, visitors can get an up-close look at the awesome power of nature.
Ski the closest Rocky Mountain ski resort to Calgary or Edmonton then relax and enjoy the comforts of the Lodge. Offer includes an overnight stay in Kananaskis, 2 adult lift tickets per night, complimentary shuttle to and from Nakiska ski resort, and storage for skis.
To make your next weekend away one for the history books, why not grab your friends and take in some history? A lot of history. Book your weekend at one of our participating Pincher Creek hotels and get ready to take in all the surrounding area offers....
Embrace the winter by walking across the thick snow pack instead of through it. While we journey, we will teach you the history of the Kananaskis valley. In the quiet and serenity of our forests, you’ll learn how different species survive this harsh season. Valid on select dates.
Explore the trails of the Canadian Rockies. Small group tours are available weekly from mid-April to late October and private tours are available daily, on your schedule. Enjoy the comfort that comes with a guide who knows the area's trails, wildlife and terrain so that you can focus on hiking while the rest is taken care of.
Come visit and experience the real west in the spectacular beauty of the Kananaskis Valley. Boundary Ranch is an exceptional location to discover the adventure and serenity of the Canadian Rockies. Embark on horseback to explore backcountry trails with captivating nature and mountain views. Guided rides are suitable for guests six years and older with all riding levels and experience. Group Events include BBQ’s, staged gun fights, wild west rodeos, wagon or sleigh rides and more! Open year round includes banquet facilities, meeting rooms and gift shop; seasonally we offer Trail Riding, Pack Trips and Rick Guinn’s Steakhouse & Patio.
The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies is a non-profit organization celebrating 94 years of taking people from all over the world into the back country of Canada's majestic mountain National Parks. Their four, five and six-day rides include spectacular scenery, sure-footed mountain horses, great food, comfortable tent and teepee accommodations, hot showers, professional guides and live entertainment. Previous riders have said that it will be, the best vacation of your life. Join us in Waterton Lakes National Park, a world UNESCO site. All inclusive; for beginners and advanced riders. Many guests return year after year.
We invite you to step into a wildflower wonderland, a veritable bouquet of wildflowers in the wildflower capital of Canada. The spectacular setting of Waterton Lakes National Park is home to more than 1,000 vascular plant species including half of all wildflower species found in Alberta. Of those, 175 species are listed as rare in Alberta and 20 are only found in Waterton. From beargrass to orchids, pink meadowsweet, and glacier lilies, learn to identify the different species, see wildflowers from horseback, indulge in an afternoon tea with local experts, and learn about wildflower photography and painting. The possibilities and mediums are endless when learning about Waterton wildflowers during the 13th annual Waterton Wildflower Festival. Join us for guided walks, hikes, workshops and presentations. Come celebrate the first day of summer in a World Heritage Site.This festival, a program of the Waterton Park Community Association, features many workshops on photography and art, guided walks on plant identification and park ecosystems, family programs, lunchtime and evening photographic presentations and local entertainment.