We have a bobsleigh track. Might as well take advantage.
Whether you’re looking for some “me” time, a regimented health-and-fitness retreat or a yoga retreat, here are just some of the ways you can get mindful in the mountains this year.
They can offer fitness activities ranging from guided meditation to cooking and nutrition workshops.
This is the view you’ll get, so why wouldn’t you give it a try?
So you want to get in shape, but aren't sure where or how? These gyms have offers for first timers that include free classes and unlimited weeks or months for a fraction of the regular price.
It’s the largest tube park in Western Canada, so you’ll probably want to brave the cold to try it out.
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.
It’s Calgary’s first bouldering specific climbing gym, but it’s also a slick café.
Think of it as a 55,000-square-foot playground for adults.
Do flying push-ups and jump off walls while attached to a bungee cord.
The Osten and Victor Alberta Tennis Centre is one of the best facilities of this kind in North America.
You'll be dashing through the cold, with Santa and by twinkling lights.
Trek these trails to take in the famous fall larches without the crowds
You can do one (or more) race for charity almost every weekend until the end of October.
From stargazing to art classes to kayaking to comedy, here's what's going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
We have tips on where to get the gear and what to do once you get on the water.
The well-groomed trail and calming views of Lake Minnewanka surrounded by rugged mountain peaks are everything you want in a view, making this long day surprisingly easy.