Your mountain experience begins at Copperstone Resort. Receive a $50 voucher for Gear Up Sports for equipment rentals and a bottle of wine. Winter sports rentals are available to explore the Canadian Rockies. Enjoy condo-style, pet-friendly suites, full kitchens, cozy fireplace and a dip in the large outdoor hot-tub.
Banff offers some of the best skiiing in the world with challenging terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders as well as some of the most breathtaking views in the world.
See the best of Banff and Lake Louise with this combo package with Discover Banff Tours. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife on a morning tour of Banff's highlights, and take a full-day tour to frozen Lake Louise with four hours to snowshoe, ice skate or enjoy a sleigh ride.
Spectacular scenery awaits at Lake Louise with uniquely beautiful terrain that is both vast and varied. The wilderness is pristine and inspirational. Located in the heart of majestic and historic Banff National Park, Lake Louise is truly legendary and offers world class ski and snowboard terrain.
Nestled in beautiful Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation is a unique research and education centre that explores the importance of the boreal forest, especially for their migratory birds. This green LEED building hosts interactive exhibits, visitor information services, education programs for all ages, interpretive trails, and a gift shop showcasing local artisans. Year-round outdoor education programs are offered including cross country ski and snow rentals during the winter season. Check out the Nest: their beautiful comfort camping facility right on site.
Learn how a catastrophic 90 seconds forever changed a tight-knit mining community in southwest Alberta. Overlooking the wreckage of Canada’s deadliest rockslide, the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre tells the tragic tale of the night Turtle Mountain crumbled. Learn how lives were destroyed when 110-million metric tonnes of limestone thundered onto miners’ cottages at the edge of town. Wander through exhibits and listen to the stories from survivors. Find out why the Blackfoot and Ktunaxa called Turtle the mountain that moves, and see the horror unfold in the gripping film On the Edge of Destruction. Be sure to head outside and explore the interpretive hiking trail that winds through the slide’s towering rubble.