At the base of Bow Glacier Falls, amid the water's spray and roar, you can witness the birth of a river. The Bow River, part of western Canada’s largest watershed, begins as meltwater tumbling down from the Wapta Icefield.
This 23 kilometre trail follows the shoreline of Lesser Slave Lake and can be accessed from Devonshire Beach, North Shore Day Use Area, the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation and Marten River Campground. The trail gives visitors fantastic views of the lake and surrounding boreal forest. Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities abound on this portion of Canada’s longest continuous recreational trail.
The hike begins with a climb to Bourgeau Lake and then continues along a steep route that follows a faint, unmarked trail to the pass. Alpine views across the Lost Horse ridges and the Continental Divide are spectacular
Join Fresh Adventures to experience the best of the Rockies on this 7-day adventure tour featuring camping, wildlife, adventure and good times. Experience camping and hiking in the Rockies with a professional guide to make sure you are safe and comfortable.
Full service RV sites available for weekly stays. Back in or pull through stalls. 24/7 clean restrooms and showers and 24/7 modern laundry facility. Picnic tables and fire pits available upon request. Convenience store, tourism information and tours on-site.
Run with a group in Southern Alberta. Feel like a local on iconic trails and gravel runs. Worried about your running speed? Do not be. Multiple level groups welcomed each Saturday at 10am, exploring what makes the southern Rockies special, while being left breathless by more than just the running.
The Jasper Tour Company looks at each trip through the eyes of someone who's seeing the Rockies for the first time! Combining love and knowledge for the mountains with a damn good story makes the JTC the Number One choice for adventure. For more info check out our website.
Get Outside focuses on getting more women outside and changing the way the world views women in the outdoors. Built on fun, challenge, education, and empowerment, Get Outside is driven to help women learn new skills, believe in their ability, and step outside their comfort zone in a safe environment. The goal? build female role models through mentorship, fuelled by passion and curiosity. Believers that winter and summer are equally amazing, Get Outside offers unforgettable, personalized hiking and backpacking adventures all year round! But don't worry men, you can tag along too...sometimes!
Hike Waterton and Southern Alberta. Local Certified Hiking and Adventure Guides and local knowledge go hand in hand at Waterton Outdoor Adventures. They will work with you to build an adventure full of memories. They offer something for all activity levels. From Interpretive Tours on their shuttle bus, to Yoga in a quiet meadow and Day Treks to the peak of some of the area's famous mountains.They also offer Hiker Shuttle services to get you to the trailhead in no time. Catch the daily 'Chief Mountain Connector' to the US/Canada border crossing. Custom hiker shuttles also available as well as custom shuttles for private groups, weddings, and more. Waterton Outdoor Adventures have been guiding and shuttling people around Waterton Lakes and Southwest Alberta since 1978, and are owned and operated by a local Waterton family. Join them on the trail for an amazing, educational and inspiring adventure you won't forget!
Dinosaur Valley Half Marathon is an annual three event foot race held in Drumheller Alberta each September. The event comprises of 21.1K, 10K and 5K distances. The 21.1 and 10K courses are Athletics Canada Certified. The shortest course is dubbed the 5K family fun run and intended to be such. Segments of each course run along the scenic Red Deer river. Those that compete in the 21.1 will experience the Drumheller Badlands up close. Races and awards culminate before noon leaving ample time to continue exploring the valley.
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.
Join us for our inaugural hiking festival, Hike Your Pass Off, held at Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill! The Crowsnest Pass has long been know as one of Alberta’s most diverse hiking destinations with a great mix of history, wildlife and incredible mountain terrain. Whether they are an experienced hiker or a newbie, the hiking festival offers something for everyone. From easy hikes in the Alison-Chinook Provincial Recreation Area to difficult hikes to the top of Turtle Mountain, this event has something for everyone.