This month, ride a 15-passenger bicycle to local breweries, try goat yoga and eat treats like cricket caramel apples at the Calgary Stampede.
From opera outdoors to best-ever hikes, this is what's going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
From food festivals to paddling down the Bow River to outdoor movie screenings, there won't be a dull moment this summer.
Try mountain biking in the Canmore Nordic Centre, re-fuel with pizza or paninis or a Buddha Bowl, and then tour some art studios and galleries. (Or, spend some time at the spa.)
Take a road trip in the Lincoln Navigator SUV's new model or drive around the city or through the foothills on the Husqvarna Svartpilen motorcycle.
Couples who sweat together, stay together.
The Esker Foundation has free admission and hosts exhibitions and workshops all year. It's the second stop in our gallery crawl to explore Calgary's visual art scene.
Pack a lunch, bring the bug spray and enjoy dining alfresco while it’s nice outside.
Canmore-based hiking guide and naturalist Ronna Schneberger's tips for how to spend the longest day of the year on Thursday, June 21, 2018.
There are dinosaurs here, but there are also fascinating geological formations, hiking trails, a tiny church and some of the biggest burgers you’ve ever seen.
You can play disc golf, free-fall from an eight-storey building at Winsport or see giant pandas at the Calgary Zoo. These things are all happening in 2018.
Skip the Best Dad mug and instead treat your dad to an unforgettable Father's Day experience.