Escape to the Polynesian Islands, go on an African safari, or live like a movie star in one of 120 world-famous fantasy-themed rooms, all designed to recreate a specific place or era. Or stay in one of the 235 newly renovated superior and executive corporate rooms. The Fantasyland Hotel is located in West Edmonton Mall.
Discover a mountain get-away where the trappings of civilization fall away. Our cabins are nestled deep in the rockies by Grande Cache by Willmore Wilderness Park, accessable, but off the beaten track. Perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in
Num-Ti-Jah Lodge is an intimate 16 room lodge located on the shores of Bow Lake. The simple but comfortable rooms overlook one of the most beautiful settings in the Canadian Rockies. The Elkhorn dining room serves hearty and fresh Canadian fare.
Rugged mountain scenery and an abundance of wildlife is what you’ll find on the 3 Day Sundance Explorer ride. This adventure takes you along the glacial waters of the Bow River. Follow historic Storm pack trail, and take in inspiring mountain views.
On this 5-day Backcountry trip, you will view sky-piercing mountains stretched across the landscape. You’ll pass by the shimmering waters of the Bow River, travel along a historic pack trail and then ride up Allenby Pass, where jagged rock formations line the route.
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Experience the thrill of wild west in the Canadian Rockies. Banff Trail Riders offers a host of exciting horseback excursions for all ages and abilities. Saddle up for a scenic trail ride along the Bow River. Dig in to a delicious barbeque lunch at an authentic cowboy cookout. Hit the trails for an overnight horseback adventure and sleep in a backcountry lodge. Or, take a horse drawn sleigh ride through a magical winter wonderland.
Since the early 1900s the Brewster family has shared their love of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies with visitors from around the world. As the oldest outfitting company in Alberta, Brewster Adventures offers a unique and knowledgeable perspective on Banff National Park. Embark on a backcountry adventure and ride the historic Horse Drive trail to the Brewster Company Ranch. Attend a famous Western BBQ and Barn Dance. Or, admire the spectacular scenery on a trail ride, or winter sleigh ride in Lake Louise.
In 1965, founder Hans Gmoser invented heli-skiing and staked out an exclusive 3-million acre reserve of pristine wilderness. Serviced by 11 lodges in the winter, the powder-obsessed can challenge some of the best mountains in the world. Multi-day trips include powder intros, family weeks, heli-assisted ski touring and private outings. In the summer, 2 lodges allow alpine addicts to commune with the mountains. Offering everything from glacier treks to photography workshops, the majestic peaks of Western Canada are the backdrop to getaways that are equal parts inspiration, relaxation, and exhilaration. Oh, and did we mention, travel by helicopter?
The Town of Hanna and Hanna F.C.S.S. through the "Let's Celebrate" grant, organise a big party for families on July 1 which includes games and activities, food and beverages, and great entertainment. The day is wrapped up with a spectacular fireworks display. Be sure to check out the Town of Hanna website for the complete schedule of events. The best part is that the day is FREE!
Put on your dancing shoes, bring a blanket and rock the night away while celebrating the arrival of summer at Banff National Park’s Performance in the Park. The spectacular venue and lineup of award-winning Canadian artists make Banff the place to be in JuneOrganized in partnership with Parks Canada, The Banff Centre, and Banff & Lake Louise Tourism, the music festival celebrates the mountain heritage of Banff and the importance of protected places in Canada.This year, we are pleased to announce headliners Hedley, June 9 and Walk Off The Earth, June 10 taking the stage in the stunning Cascade Gardens in Banff. Other acts include featured Canadian singer songwriter, Ria Mae who has been touted as 2016 “Next Big Thing” at CBC Music and “2016 Spotlight Artist” at Spotify Canada. Ria’s “Clothes Off” has also been nominated for “Single Of The Year” at the 2016 JUNO Awards alongside Drake’s “Hotline Bling”, The Weeknd’s “I Can’t Feel My Face” and Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean”. And Amistad, an alternative 5-piece band from Vernon B.C. Canada who continues to shake heads with their epic sounds and impressive songwriting chops. Unsatisfied to churn out simple three-minute rock standards, they continue to challenge their craft by hiking to new songwriting heights and attacking each new live show with the relentless energy of a band on the verge.
No Greater Love Music Festival is quickly establishing the reputation as being the ultimate faith festival experience. It’s all about unity and community. Thousands coming together at the foot of the majestic Canadian Rockies that is now being dubbed one of the most spectacular festival backdrops in North America. Hosted on the lands of the Stoney Nakoda Nation, recognized as 'Mother Nature’s Movie Set' where Hollywood blockbusters like The Revenant, Legends of The Fall and Shanghai Noon were filmed. It’s the perfect setting for a one-of-a-kind festival experience.