Rent a high-performance mountain bike, a cruiser or a four-wheel surrey bike.
A weekend getaway planned around a challenging, muddy trail race is an increasingly popular way to experience the mountains.
Whether you prefer to run for the challenge of it, for the fun of it or for the fundraising element, there are plenty of races you can register for. Here are some of the running events from April through to August you should know about.
It’s Calgary’s first bouldering specific climbing gym, but it’s also a slick café. Bolder Climbing Community opens its doors for the first time this Saturday, April 8.
Where to go if you’re looking to pay for professional service or tune your bike yourself.
Even absolute beginners can channel their inner Spider-Man and try this activity. Test your upper body strength and conquer your fear of heights (but without getting too high) at a local climbing gym.
The skinny on some great destinations for Nordic skiers who want the resort experience.
This is the view you’ll get, so why wouldn’t you give it a try? (And you’ll get your heart rate up and you’ll get a full day of activity in for less than $50.)
If you’ve never ever skied before, now’s your chance to learn the basics by joining in Never Ever Days.
It's more fun to learn a new skill — or improve a skill you already have — when you're in a group.
You'll get fit and you'll have a lot of fun. We promise.
If you know where to go, it's easy to get in a game of shinny. You'll find outdoor rinks with nets and fire pits and separate ice for skaters who don't want to play the game.
Rental shops and used sports stores make it easy for anyone to enjoy this winter sport.
Think of it as a 55,000-square-foot playground for adults.
If you're looking to try something a little different this winter, consider activities like ski-joring, snowkiting and ice climbing.
Five indoor climbing gyms (and one store) in Calgary, Banff and Canmore with lessons and programs for beginners.
Whether it’s ballet-inspired barre workouts or taking actual ballet classes, Calgarians are looking to dance as a fun way to stay fit.
Here’s everything you need to know if you’ve never been to the Olympic Oval to watch the sport before.