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Snowshoeing Winter Outdoor Activities

Super accessible, decidedly chill. Snowshoeing is an easy way to conquer snowdrifts and see more terrain than you could with regular snow boots. There’s zero learning curve to snowshoeing, so there’s nothing stopping you from making giant footprints. • Top shelf: Ride a chairlift up a mountain to remote snowshoe routes. Why let skiers, snowboarders and bighorn sheep have all the fun? • Good to know: Snowshoeing makes walking in winter more fun, no matter where you’re treading. A tour along a secluded wintry trail in Banff National Park is worth the effort of planning ahead. Or bring a map and make your own tracks to a frozen lake in Kananaskis Country. 

Marvel Pass | Mike Seehagel

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Banff National Park | Mike Seehagel

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Coral Creek Canyon Snowshoe Tour

Head into the forest and along the Coral Creek to a lunch spot overlooking the entrance of the canyon and the broad valley above. Lunch, hiking poles, snowshoe rentals, a professional guide and transportation from Red Deer, Rocky Mountain House or Nordegg are all included.

Expires: 2018-03-31
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Siffleur Falls Winter Hike

The most popular hike in David Thompson Country is even better in the winter! Hike along the Siffleur River with canyons, waterfalls and great views of the Canadian Rockies. Lunch, hiking poles, snowshoes, ice cleats, professional guide and transportation from Red Deer, Rocky Mountain House or Nordegg are all included.

Expires: 2018-03-31
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Winter Escapades - 7 nights

 The Canadian Rockies are spectacular in the winter. Pristine snow-capped mountains, frozen lakes and blue skies make winter in the mountains a must have experience.

Offered By: Canada By Design

Expires: 2018-04-21
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Pass Powderkeg Ski Area

Crowsnest Pass, Alberta
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Unspoiled, uncrowded and even better at might! Pass Powderkeg is the perfect place for families to ski and ride. Opened in 1938, it is located in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass in southwest Alberta, about 140 km from Lethbridge and 230 km from Calgary. Pass Powderkeg is a community-owned ski area, designed for skiers and riders of all ages and abilities where there’s no need to hunt for parking, battle for space to turn on the slopes or go to the bank to finance a family ski trip. It offers a historic full service lodge including dining & lounge, ski and snowboarding lessons, ski and snowboarding rental packages, terrain park with progressive features, programming & events throughout the season, equipment tuning shop and unmatched affordability for skiing in the Rockies.

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Wapiti Nordic Ski Club

Grande Prairie, Alberta

The Wapiti Nordic Ski Club is one of Canada's premier cross country skiing and biathlon facilities. It is home to the Steve Cooper Lodge which was completed in 1994 as one of the major legacies from the 1995 Canada Winter Games. There are over 35kms of trails for both classical and skate skiing, which includes the Weyerhaeuser Forest Trail. The club has the longest night skiing trail in Alberta - 4.5kms of lit trail. There is also a 5km out and back snowshoe trail. There are two trails for those that love to ski with their dogs.

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Spring Lake Ski Hill

Grande Prairie, Alberta

Spring Hill has been run by volunteers for over 20 years. We welcome downhill skiers and boarders and have a great beginner hill. For the cross-country skier we offer over 10 km of groomed trails. There are also plenty of other activities offered to the non-skier such as: ice fishing, snowshoeing and snow mobile trails. We have a small rental shop, offer ski lessons, chalet & concession. Open seasonally Saturday/Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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