Scheduled Women's Retreats and other retreats throughout the summer. Private retreats for groups interested in staff time, team work, and other activities. We will work with you if you wish to bring your own facilitator for special training or interests. We are located close to Smith, AB, about 2 hours north of Edmonton. Our retreats are held to give you the opportunity to relax in nature for the weekend. We have many self guided activities as well as campfire games available. You choose what you want to do, while we cook, clean, and take care of you for the weekend.
The Rimbey Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Smithson International Truck Museum at the PasKaPoo Historical Park. Located two blocks west off the Highway, entering Rimbey’s from the north. Open year round seven days a week in the summer and Monday through Saturday in the winter (closed Sundays). Features include a large parking area, grass rest and picnic area, playground, 10 acre museum, handicap accessible washrooms, WiFi and friendly staff and volunteers who are ready and willing to help with any of our visitors needs.
Wheat sold for $1.00 per bushel in 1916, $3.70 per bushel in 1920, and $0.22 per bushel in 1934. Homesteaders arrived in the Peace River Country from the 1900s onward, drawn by the promise of 160 acres of land for $10.00. Bob Mowry came with his family in 1917 as a three-year-old child from Parsons, Kansas. He grew up on the homestead near Grimshaw and stayed live, farm, and work in the area for more than seventy-five years. Visit his first log home and other authentic, furnished homes of the 1920s and 1930s in a pioneer village setting.
Explore the dramatic landscape of David Thompson country, from seeing how forest fires help renew the area to the methane ice bubbles of Abraham Lake. Includes transportation Red Deer, Rocky Mountain House or Nordegg, snowshoes, ice cleats, gourmet lunch and a professional guide. Available every Saturday.
Experience all the best of the Rockies on this 9-day adventure tour featuring camping, wildlife, adventure and good times. Experience camping in the Rockies with a professional guide to make sure you are safe and comfortable.
Get ready for the most incredible and action packed 20 minute experience of your life! This thrilling adventure has you soaring above both the Kananaskis and Bow Valleys and a unique bird's eye view of the Rocky Mountain peaks and the world below. Mention Travel Alberta to secure this discount.
Snap an endless stream of photos from the comfort of the sidecar attached to a Harley Davidson, while Jasper Motorcycle Tours takes you on the adventure of a lifetime. Feel the mountain fresh air fix a smile on your face. Smell the trees and flowers in bloom. Enjoy endless unobstructed views of Japer National Park. You are surrounded by stunning emerald green lakes, snow-crested mountains, blue glaciers and massive icefields, which are all linked by one of the world’s most scenic highways.
Our Icefield Adventure Base offers helicopter tours for those who like to venture off the beaten track and fully immerse themselves into the incredible sights and sounds of nature. Epic views abound as you soar over Rocky Mountain peaks, getting a unique birds-eye view of glaciers, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls from a perspective that few are lucky enough to see. You’re now in the perfect spot to enjoy heli-hiking, camping, fishing, or even yoga. Or maybe just pull out a picnic and some bubbly while relaxing with Mother Nature. Don't forget to breathe...
Canada Rail Vacations offers a broad assortment of fabulous Canadian vacation packages, all intended to make memories that will last for a lifetime.
This festival features many workshops on photography and art, guided walks on plant identification and park ecosystems, family programs, lunchtime and evening photographic presentations and local entertainment. Activities include: wildflower photography and painting, wildflower identification, wildflower connections, wildflowers by horseback and by cruise, as well as an afternoon tea with local experts.... and more. Events throughout the festival are led by highly qualified professionals.
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.
Fantastic opportunity To discover the Backroads of British Columbia, Airport Transfers will be available, And this Trip will be a combination of Wild camping and Simple accomodation, The Price is $3495, And includes Honda CB500X 'Adventure' By Rally Raid UK, insurance (although Not Travel insurance) Food, fuel, accommodation, camping gear, expedition supplies, luggage, portage, and support truck (where necessary). For more information call one of our Travel Consultants now at 1-403-846-7576