Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned skier or snowboarder, Kinosoo Ridge is for you. At the Learn To Ski Park, there is a Magic Carpet to whisk you to the top of the hill, while there are four lifts, including a quick quad chair, to take you to the top of the trees to the rest of the 42 acres of skiable terrain. Snowboarders and skiers can sail to new heights at one of the resort’s three terrain parks, and grab a soft landing at Northern Alberta’s only Bag Jump. Don't ski? Take a slide down our Tube Park.
The Multi-Rec Centre includes 2 regulation-sized ice surfaces, field house, indoor running track, indoor children’s play area and a concession. Check website for public skating times and events. Built in the 1970’s, it is the home to the Wolves Junior Hockey Club, Winterhawks, Senior Men’s hockey, Lakeside Figure Skating Club, Men’s Rec Hockey, Rusty Nuts Old-timers and Slave Lake Minor Hockey. The arena is available for ice bookings from September to April and for the cement surface from April to September. Rates vary depending on the event and the user group. The Field house is available for booking year round.
If you're up for a little drive, head down the highway to Kinuso. The Kinosayo Museum was founded in 1983 and is run by a volunteer board; people in the local area have donated the majority of the collections. For those interested in the wildlife, the Kinosayo Myuseum has one of the most developed wildlife exhibits in Northern Alberta. Kinosayo museum seeks to collect, research, preserve and portray the history and environmental aspects of Kinuso and the surrounding district. We are preserving the past for future generations to enjoy.
Two and half days will focus on river paddling skills on the Athabasca River, and four days will be focused on bushcraft/survival skills with an opportunity for an overnight survival campout deep in the nearby forest. This is our most unique and amazing trip. A truly unforgettable experience.
Great fishing a beautiful sandy beach bike and walking trails a challenging golf course and downtown Slave Lake are all only minutes away.
If you love whitewater rafting as much as we do, or you're looking to give it a try, join us on one of our half day, full day or overnight trips and test your paddling skills on our beginner, intermediate or advanced rivers! If it's not just rafting you're after we also offer paintball and a bunch of other awesome, local outdoor activities perfect for groups of all sizes. You can find us at our Wild Blue Yonder Rafting House in Grande Cache, a quaint little town wedged into the beautiful Northern Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada.
We offer a selection of small group and family tour packages in western Canada from the Rocky Mountain National Parks in Alberta to Vancouver Island and the Yukon. Our outdoor adventure includes hiking the most rewarding trails in the Rockies and canoe trips on the North Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers.
Join us on Aboriginal Day for our annual celebration hosted by the Bonnyville Friendship Centre. The day includes a barbeque and a number of different events and activities, including traditional dancing.
Wild Mountain Music Festival is a three day, family friendly, music and art festival held at Entrance Ranch on the most beautiful festival site on Earth. The festival is held annually the third weekend of July. Onsite camping is available, and music includes country, rock and world. The festival runs a shuttle service from Hinton, but if you choose to camp on-site, the Wild Mountain General Store offers the necessities, plus food and art vendors offering original work. There is something for everyone including the children....we have an amazing Children's Area.
Come out for a full day of fun and food. Start the morning with the parade, followed by a pancake brunch. Perogies, entertainment, market square and much more fill the day and fireworks caps it all off at night. Make sure to mark this date on your calendar!!