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.
You'll experience the Crowsnest Pass through a network of community trails and local favourites. This 5-hour tour runs through the five communities of the Crowsnest Pass. Each tour includes bike rental, helmet, bike lock and guide. Intensity: easy, small elevation gain. Distance: 36-40km with an average speed of 20km/h.
To make your next weekend one for the history books, why not take your family to visit some local sights? This package includes overnight accommodation in Pincher Creek and family admission to your choice of Frank Slide, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Waterton Lakes National Park or Remington Carriage Museum. Restrictions apply.
Set in the high alpine of the ruggedly beautiful Crowsnest Pass against the continental divide, a new adventure experience awaits. The Minotaur is approximately 15-20 km of demanding mountain terrain, but it’s not a trail race. Competitors will use their mental and physical stamina to overcome natural challenges along the course, but it’s not an obstacle course race. The route will be sparsely marked, and competitors will test their route finding skills along a changing landscape, but this isn’t an adventure race. So what is the Minotaur? It’s the chance to find out who you are and what you’re really made of.
The Pincher Creek Pro Rodeo may take place in a small town but it is a BIG PRO rodeo! You are close to the action and sitting with ranchers and cowboys who rodeo every day as part of their lifestyle. It is a summer adventure for the whole family that shouldn't be missed.
Huckleberry Festival, a full weekend event, occurs at Castle Mountain Resort each and every August. This annual, family friendly event that attracts more than a thousand people each year to come enjoy music and entertainment, a pig roast, and ride the chairlifts to some of the best Huckleberry picking around. While the main attraction may be the scenic chairlift rides whisking you into prime huckleberry picking zones, guests will also enjoy lots of great food and drink, guided hiking, a bouncy Castle, vendor's market, and all kinds of free, live music outside on the Huckleberry stage. New this year is the all-access Huckleberry pass providing unlimited access to the lifts for the weekend and including all meals.
An extensive collection of pioneer and farm-related artifacts, heritage buildings a cafe and gift shop can be found at Alberta's largest independent agriculture museum on a 180-acre site near Pincher Creek.
Located along the creek that gives Pincher Creek its name, the Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village is open year round. Hours vary from summer to winter months. In Pioneer Place, you will find a Visitor Information Centre, an extensive archives and The Country Store which carries local and Canadian products, country and vintage themes items and an impressive local book section. The Museum Village sits on six acres with 26 authentic historical buildings full of over 25,000 artifacts which gives an up-close and personal experience of our area's history. The Village experience is enhanced with beautiful gardens, picnic areas, historic rose garden and Garden Cafe open for events and snacks in the summer. Take a journey back in time with the CPR caboose, a wondrous garage right out of the 1940's, and Waldron Ranch House where all the ranch hands would have once been housed. The newest addition, in honor of Canada's 150th anniversary, is a replica of the Hudson's Bay Trading Post and exhibit, will be open this winter. Host to many events throughout the year, as well as kids' programs and Geneology and writing clubs, there is something for everyone!
The Old Dairy Ice Cream Shoppe currently serves a huge selection of ice cream treats May through September. Try the home-made waffle cones, a Coal Miner Special, or one of the many special summer treats! A rich history, and tasty treats, makes the Old Dairy Ice Cream Shoppe a charming place to stop each summer.
Discover the beauty of Alberta's southern Rockies from this campground in Castle Provincial Park. It is 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 6 km west on an access road. Sites are surrounded by open, mixed forest along the Castle River, with a few sites right along the river. A beautiful spot to swim, fish, or go exploring.
Find your peace in the south western Rockies. Take a hike Creekside or try your luck fishing for trout. OHV trails in the vicinity. Please keep OHVs on trailers while in the recreation area.
With extraordinary natural charms Waterton Lakes National Park offers plenty to keep visitors busy. Sightsee on the park's scenic roadways, and keep an eye out for abundant wildlife. Explore natural attractions, from a vivid red canyon to mist-cloaked waterfalls. Or check out the postcard-perfect community of Waterton Park, with great day hiking, a historic 1927 hotel and a range of water activities.