Maybe this will finally change your mind about camping.
From bull riding to bocce to Buffy Sainte-Marie, here’s what’s going down in the mountains this month.
Steve Michel, human-wildlife conflict specialist with Parks Canada, offers the following advice to reduce the risk of attracting ursine crashers to your camping party.
From hiking the high lines to skipping through meadows of wildflowers, here’s what’s going down in the mountains this month.
Mountain towns offer plenty of natural wonder — but what do they offer in terms of things to eat?
It's one of the most classic day trips from Calgary. While you are there, try some of these things to do and places to eat. They are quintessential Banff and some of the best things to experience in the national park town.
Cast yourself in an epic adventure by hooking a fishing trip with a seasoned outfitter.
Each year, thousands of hikers come to the Bow Valley to hike the popular Grassi Lakes Trail just up from the town of Canmore, but few know about the man behind it.
The Montana mountain town is an outdoorsy paradise, with a lovely lake, a majestic national park and a nearby alpine resort with a wide range of summer activities.
Just because the snow melts, doesn’t mean the chairlifts stop running. These alpine resorts near Calgary are just as much fun in the summer sun as they are during the winter.
Raise your spirits with one of these three adventures this summer season.
Tried-and-true tips for couples to keep the sparks flying in the great outdoors.
Check into these legacy lodges if you want a room with a story, as well as a view.
From a brand new roller coaster to an 88-year-old spring skiing party, here's what's going down in the mountains this month.
(It’s not what you think.)
What to see and do this summer in the seven national parks (and one ranch-turned-National Historic Site) nearest to Calgary.
From Champagne and oysters in the snow to Carmina Burana at the Banff Springs, here's what's going down in the mountains this month.
The Journey Through The Clouds trip by rail from Vancouver to Jasper allows guests to sit back, relax and take in views of the Rockies you just can’t see from a car.