Castle Mountain Resort's new Wonders of Winter card (W.O.W.) ties together southern Alberta's ski areas, on one discount card, for the first time! Cardholders will enjoy unlimited 50% off days at Castle and Pass Powderkeg (Crowsnest) with up to five 50% off days at Hidden Valley (south of Medicine Hat).
Join professional photographer Kyla Black with Gathering Dust Photography Company for a 7-hour photography workshop: $225 for individual, $375 for group of two, $495 for group of three or $625 for group of four. Instruction, park entry, travel within the Park and dinner are included in the workshop price.
Enjoy a family admission pass (2 adults and up to 6 youths) to one of Alberta's most fascinating historic sites. Visitors will experience what it was like to be in the coal mining town of Frank before, during and after the great rock avalanche. The Centre is open year-round.
The Holiday season is very special time for us here at the Great Canadian Barn Dance and beginning on November 17th we feature a festive Country Christmas Dinner Show for all ages! Bring the family, a group of friends or the entire gang to enjoy our Country Christmas Dinner Show with sounds of the season and festive costumes. Our Christmas Buffet features turkey and all the trimmings made from Chef Wilsons Kitchen so you know it's good! Enjoy a cup of hot wassail as you browse Granny's Christmas Gift Shop and don't forget to enter the Door prize draw on your way in for a chance to win a special gift hand picked by The Barn Dance Family!
Set in the high alpine of the beautiful Crowsnest Pass, against the continental divide, a new adventure experience awaits. Meet the Minotaur Aug 4 2019. This is a capped event set in high alpine terrain - the race course well flagged, completely off-trail and participants are expected to be completely self sufficient. An 8 hour time cutoff is in place for this true alpine style foot race race.
Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village is host to 'Halloween In The Village' this year on Oct. 31. Come out for this free family fun event and 'Trick or Treat' the many Village buildings on site sponsored by local businesses. There will also be a Haunted Barn to walk through....if you dare! Decorate a pumpkin or squash in the Village school with The Family Center and warm up with some hot chocolate. There will be hot food for purchase too so start your 'trick or treating' here, grab a quick supper and then continue your evening from here!
The Crowsnest Curling Club offers different leagues to all level of curlers, offering clinics and instruction to those that are new to the sport. The club also hosts a number of bonspiels through out the year, including the Bunny Bonspiel which is held every Easter and is one of the longest-running curling bonspiels in Alberta!
The Tamarack is Waterton's Outdoor Store. Family owned and operated, they have been supporting and outfitting adventurers in Southern Alberta for over 40 years. Authentic yet modern, the Tamarack is an authorized retailer of quality mountain lifestyle products and a source of current and informative hiking and visitor information in the Park. From camping to biking, backpacking to travelling, the Tamarack has a huge selection of everything you need to 'get out there' in Waterton Lakes National Park.
A family friendly camping resort with roast beef dinner buffets on the weekends and live band dances for all ages. Large sports field canoes and horseshoe pits. Great for family reunions and RV rallies. Close to many tourist attractions. Open May long through end of September.
Beauvais Lake Provincial Park, located about 20 km (12 mi) southeast of Pincher Creek, is paradise for birders and outdoor enthusiasts. Explore the front country and backcountry. Camp and fish year round, paddle or powerboat on the lake in the summer, and snowshoe and cross country ski in winter.
Beaver Mines Lake Provincial Recreation Area is a picturesque area offering off the beaten track camping along the shores of trout-stocked lake. Surrounded by southern rocky mountains the area is well-treed and offers a beach area and picnic tables. A boat launch is also available.
Located just outside of Coleman in the Crowsnest Pass, Racehorse Provincial Recreation Area features a total of 38 unserviced campsites that are well-treed. The park has a creek running through it and some of the campsites are located close to the creek.