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.
There are three boxing studios, two fitness centres and one ninja-inspired facility to watch out for.
You can do one (or more) race for charity every weekend until the end of October.
It’s fast enough for the speed demons out there, but controlled enough for the cautious.
You remembered the life jackets, but did you remember your car keys, an extra paddle and good shoes?
The Osten and Victor Alberta Tennis Centre is one of the best facilities of this kind in North America. And on Saturday, you can come visit the centre and take part in a tennis clinic for free.
Located between North and South Glenmore Parks, Weaselhead Flats is ideal for birdwatching, exploring and casual afternoon walks.
Rent a high-performance mountain bike, a cruiser or a four-wheel surrey bike.