You don’t have to wait for the big spring thaw to take to the trails. If you’re properly equipped, a hike is an invigorating way to enjoy the outdoors during the cold-weather months.
Plus, three more snowshoe experiences to do this winter.
Ski films are screening, craft beer is flowing and Santa Claus is coming to town. Just a few of the things happening in November in the mountains near Calgary.
Carolling around an outdoor firepit, gourmet feasts, an ice rink on the front lawn — the dreamy, extra-special holiday escapes at these mountain properties book fast.
Spend two days of mushing your own team of six-to-eight canine athletes through a wintery dreamscape, plus stay overnight in a sheepskin-lined tent in the backcountry of Spray Lakes Provincial Park.
In just over two hours, guests indulge in food and a drink pairing at four of the hotel’s restaurants: Stock Food & Drink, The Vermillion Room, 1888 Chop House and Grapes.
Though it might seem like the daunting preserve of hard-core adventurers, with the right preparations, it can be an unforgettable (in a good way) experience — even for the minimally outdoorsy.
These four destinations have trails that are worth taking a road trip to ride this fall. Plus, we have beer pairings to make it really worth it.
Swap sales, film fests, a pride festival and more; it's all going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
Trek these trails to take in the famous fall larches without the crowds
From Scottish feats of strength to Bavarian feats of sausage, this is what’s going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
The museum is paying tribute to its founders and their vision for an artistic and cultural hub in the mountains.