The Claresholm and District Museum and Visitor Information Centre is the resource for area history and up-to-date information for all visitors. We can accommodate bus tours and provide personal and group tours of our museum buildings. There is ample free parking, clean washrooms, free WiFi, wheelchair accessibility, a gift shop and beautiful lawns with picnic tables. We are within walking distance to award-winning restaurants and stores, where you can pick up anything you may need. We have friendly, knowledgeable staff who can direct you wherever you intend to go and provide you with information on roads, campgrounds, and accommodations
Experience Alberta's only ski and snowboard resort with drive to your door ski-in, ski-out accommodation. The resort is also home of the Powder Stagecoach, Alberta's best Cat skiing/riding. Castle Mountain is BIG where it counts. BIG Snow, BIG Terrain, BIG Value and BIG Smiles.
The Candy Store has attracted visitors from all over, as we boast 1000`s of nostalgic and popular candies imported from around the world. Attached to the Candy Store, you will find NotSoFine Antiques which is home to many more memories. 1000 square feet of anything & everything style antiquing. Next door also boasts a seasonal Ice Cream Shoppe, with soft serve ice cream and over 30 flavours of hard ice cream, plus the ever popular homemade ice cream sandwich.
Alberta Fishing Charters is offering a Trophy Northern Pike & Walleye fishing tours in southern Alberta. This special lake holds Northern Pike to 30lbs and the Walleye grow to over 10lbs. Guests have the best possible opportunity to land a fish of a lifetime!
Departing from Calgary, the West Country Tour includes admission to the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, lunch at the Water Valley Saloon, a tour of the Wild Horses of Alberta sanctuary, a wagon ride to see the local herd of wild horses, and honey mead tasting at the Fallen Timber craft meadery.
Visit Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a World Heritage Site to immerse yourself in a 3-hour Indigenous cultural experience. It will take you back in time to learn the basics of buffalo hunting. Cost: $40 includes admission and program free. Valid on Mondays and Fridays in July and August. Restrictions apply.
Capturing the beauty of the Badlands is the goal of many tourists, but sometimes achieving the images you want can be difficult. That’s why RyKie Images & Events has guided photo walk lessons in some of the most picturesque places within the Brooks Region. Lessons are available for all levels and ages, from the absolute beginner to more advanced hobbyists, your photography skills are guaranteed to be improved. Times and locations are flexible, starting at two hours of instruction. Half and full-day lessons (meals provided) are also available. Experience the stunning beauty of contrasting skies amidst the wilds of Dinosaur Provincial park, or marvel in the shadow of the Brooks Aqueduct - an engineering feat that placed a river in the sky. Or, you can check out the fantastic urban parks like Lake Stafford and see how wildlife can live in harmony with people. Fun is also key in these lessons, with an instructor that provides easy to understand information in a positive, low-key environment. In-depth knowledge of the area also means you will find the most interesting locations to improve your skills.
A Southern Alberta Tour company which specializes in real agricultural tours. Choose the gravel road less travelled by and breathe the clean Alberta, western cowboy fresh air. This is a full day cowboy trail ride in a van or pickup truck with an authentic well spoken, ranch raised, ex-bull rider getting you front and centre to the ways of the past and the vision of the future of cowboys, ranches and farms. Some of the places you visit can include real working homesteads, mixed farming operations, honey and/or Saskatoon berry farms, and cattle ranches!
Lethbridge and area's only full service fly shop. They are just a quick stop on the way through to some of the best fly fishing Alberta has to offer. They have everything a novice would need to get started as well as lots for the intermediate and advanced fly anglers. They are also a full certified outfitter/ guiding operation. My fly guy would love to show you the best Southern Alberta has to offer!
The 52nd Cochrane Lions Club Labour Day Rodeo is pleased to offer our fans over 16 exciting events to take in throughout our 3 day Rodeo. They include Bareback, Saddle Bronc, Bull Riding, Steer Wrestling,Calf Roping, Junior Steer Riding, Novice Horse Riding, Team Roping, Ladies Barrel Racing, Junior Barrel Racing, Breakaway Roping, Junior Bull Riding, Wild Pony Race, Mutton Busting, Pee Wee Barrel Racing, and Trick Riders. Crowning of the new Cochrane Lions Rodeo Queen. Other events include food trucks, kids play area and live music! Tickets are online or at the gate.
It’s Christmas Eve. Watson has tracked down an elusive Sherlock Holmes, finding him in a dark mood, determined to retire from the tedious work of solving crimes. That evening, Holmes is haunted by his mortal enemy, Professor Moriarty who tells him he will be visited by three spirits on their way with a Yuletide lesson to save him from damnation. The cold-hearted detective is guided through the shadows of his past, present, and possible future, forced to solve the most important mystery of his life - his hardened heart. Merry Christmas, Sherlock! Enjoy live theatre, warm hospitality, and delicious food at Rosebud Theatre. For play times and tickets please visit RosebudTheatre.com. Buffet meal included before the show. Matinees and evening performances available. Group rates available.
Come by for the first ever Okotoks Night Festivals! A great evening of fun planned for the whole family - grab dinner from one of the amazing food trucks, shop the local market and enjoy the live local music. Completely free entry, lots of parking and a playground for the kids promises fun for the whole family!