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More Canadian Rockies Canadian Rockies

No matter how fast you hike, there’s just no way you can get in on every single amazing thing there is to do and see in the Canadian Rockies. For every glacier-fed lake that hypnotizes you, there’s an alpine meadow being munched by a moose family that you’ll miss. Better get started. ● Locals know: Hire a guide to learn a how to climb a frozen waterfall, how to make the most of a weekend-long horseback ride, or how to survive a multi-day canoe trip. ● Good to know: Those pointy, rugged peaks? They were gouged by glaciers a long time ago. Still, they're young enough that erosion hasn't worn them down a ton (not like less-dramatic mountains elsewhere on earth.) 
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Brewster's Kananaskis Ranch Golf Course

Kananaskis, Alberta
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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 unforgettable layout, only 15 minutes east of Canmore , just north off the Trans Canada Highway, defines guest experience with its natural beauty, charm and country style. Laying beneath the shadows of Mt. Yamnuska, the golf course offers compelling, panoramic views of the captivating Bow Valley and the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountain peaks above. Be sure to visit our website to discover our new and exciting Group Golf and Adventure packages for 2017 and take an aerial tour.

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Kananaskis Guest Ranch

Kananaskis, Alberta
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Historic Brewster Family Ranch on the Bow River at the entrance to the Canadian Rockies. Group Western Barbecue facilities held in the famed Donut tent, Rodeos, and live entertainment. Mountain Wedding ceremonies and receptions. Eighteen hole Golf Course, Pro Shop, Tournaments. Multi-day day back country horse trips featuring log cabin accommodations departing June to September with Brewster Adventures. Vacation rental for groups up to 10 people in Ranch Big House, four bedroom, 4,500 square foot lodge on the Bow River. Ranch is located 30 minutes west to Banff, 45 minutes east to Calgary just off the Trans Canada Highway.

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McDougall Memorial United Church, Morleyville Settlement

Morley, Alberta
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“From a very high Foot Hill we gazed on this prospect with admiration and wonder.Within three miles stood the grand old mountain, the wild goat and sheep sporting on its highest summit. At the foot of the hill, and in perfect ignorance of our presence, a band of buffalo were feeding on the richest pasture. To the right of us, and on the north bank of the river, lay the location which we have selected for our new mission.”Reverend George McDougall May 28, 1873 On the 1A Highway between Cochrane and Banff, there stands a Church surrounded by natural grassland. This is the site of Southern Alberta’s first pioneer settlement, Morleyville. The Church was the heart of that settlement and Morleyville was the centre for over 200 people. Today it stands as a powerful reminder of our Western heritage and values.The Mission was the forerunner of Morleyville Settlement. In 1875, there were twenty-three residents of European descent. By 1881, sixty settlers were collecting their mail from the post office inside the trading post. By contrast, in the same year, only 30 people were collecting mail in Fort Calgary.In 1891, 100 families totaling 388 people were listed as living at Morleyville. Today, an interpretive walk winds through the site inviting you to walk back in time while enjoying unspoiled vistas of the Rocky Mountains and Foothills.

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Weave your own Dreamcatcher

Traditionally, artisans would create dreamcatchers that would be hung over each bed. As you sleep, it would catch good dreams while trapping the bad dreams in its intricate web. In this workshop, a Chiniki artisan will teach you to design, weave and make your own dreamcatcher to take home.

Expires: 2018-09-30
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Stay & Play Casino Package

The Stay & Play package includes: overnight accommodation, $40 in Casino chips and hot breakfast for 2. Rate is based on a stay in a standard room. Rate is based on double occupancy, subject to availability. Cannot be combined with other offers.

Expires: 2019-04-19
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6 Glaciers Helicopter Experience

This action packed 20-minute tour out of the Icefields Adventure Base is jam packed with 6 glaciers, alpine lakes, jagged peaks, and a 900 foot waterfall. This is one experience on your Icefields Parkway journey that you won't want to miss!

Expires: 2018-05-29
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Inside Out Experience Inc.

Seebe, Alberta
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Inside Out Experience provides fun, safe and memorable adventures in the majestic Canadian Rockies. With a convenient location just 15 minutes east of Canmore and 45 minutes west of Calgary, spending the day in the mountains has never been so fun. Trips include Whitewater Rafting for ages 5 and up, Horseback Riding packages, Hiking packages and more. For full details on our adventures, visit our website or give us a call.

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Rockies Heli Canada

Cline River, Alberta

Rockies Heli Canada is a heli-tour company that seeks adventure in some of the World's best vistas! Join us for a scenic flight tour, an exploration hike or snowshoe -- even join us for your BIG day (we specialize in weddings too!!)!

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Wander Adventure Co

Kananaskis, Alberta

Wander Adventure Co. offers unique mountain experiences that you’ll never forget. By bike, guests explore trails and remote landscapes that immerse you in the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and combines adventure with the people and places that make this region special. The intention is to merge rides with vibrant culinary experiences and activities such as yoga, stand up paddle boarding, Scandanavian spas, and river surfing, to create something truly special. The retreats and rides are suited to all skill levels from first timers to seasoned riders.

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Fall Service

Morley, Alberta
2018-09-09 to 2018-09-09 MST

The Fall Service of the McDougall Stoney Mission Society is an unbroken tradition since the early 1970's. It marks the end of the Summer Interpretive Season at the Morleyville Site and welcomes visitors to hear an update on the Site and some words of inspiration from several community leaders. Their mission statement is to preserve and maintain the historic McDougall Stoney Mission Church, landmarks for visitors worldwide! Join them to celebrate the exceptional pioneer heritage of Western Canada that is uniquely reflected in the story of the Morleyville Settlement. They encourage everyone to understand history – through interpretive walks and presentations, connect with the Stoney Nation - through fellowship, special events and cultural displays and explore regional culture - through art, dance, theater and craft! Learn about local ecology and nature – interpret the biology, geology and botany of the site and surrounding area, including local Indigenous knowledge of the region.

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Spring Service

Morley, Alberta
2018-06-10 to 2018-06-10 MST

The Spring Service of the McDougall Stoney Mission Society is an unbroken tradition since the early 1970's. It marks the beginning of the Summer Interpretive Season at the Morleyville Site and welcomes visitors to hear an update on the Site and some words of inspiration from several community leaders. Their mission statement is to preserve and maintain the historic McDougall Stoney Mission Church, landmarks for visitors worldwide! Join them to celebrate the exceptional pioneer heritage of Western Canada that is uniquely reflected in the story of the Morleyville Settlement. They encourage everyone to understand history – through interpretive walks and presentations, connect with the Stoney Nation - through fellowship, special events and cultural displays and explore regional culture - through art, dance, theater and craft! Learn about local ecology and nature – interpret the biology, geology and botany of the site and surrounding area, including local Indigenous knowledge of the region.

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