You remembered the life jackets, but did you remember your car keys, an extra paddle and good shoes?
The next time you drive the Cowboy Trail, be sure to stop for a tour of the Eau Claire Distillery and a hearty eggs Benedict from the Chuckwagon Cafe.
After enjoying some delicious bannock, stop by the Arts and Crafts Venue in Indian Village for authentic Native art and jewellery by Indigenous artists from in and around Calgary.
There is nothing better than a trip to the Rocky Mountains in the summer. Here is a list of best things to do to take advantage of our own backyard.
In 2017, 18.09 tonnes of cooking oil was collected from Stampede Park over the entire year. Of this, 15.5 tonnes was collected during the 10-day Stampede alone.
It's time to get over yourself, stop making excuses and do something that scares you like alpine climbing or walking with wolves.
Did you know there is a (unofficial) pride celebration at the Stampede? Pride Day Stampede is an annual party at Nashville North where LGBTQ+ folks and like-minded allies get their Pride on cowboy style.
Did You Know? The First Calgary Stampede Parade in 1912 had a Crowd Bigger than the City's Population at the Time
The first Stampede Parade in 1912 brought in a crowd of 75,000 people, which was more than Calgary's total population of 60,000 residents. Today, the Western celebration attracts nearly 400,000 people to Calgary's streets every year.
Did you know Guy Weadick, founder of the Calgary Stampede, held the first official chuckwagon race at the 1923 Stampede and is credited with creating the sport?
With great mountain biking, paddling, hiking and other adventure activities, this mountain destination offers much more than just a good soak.
Meet three locals who love river surfing, kayaking or sailing.
In early July, the sun rises here around 5:30 a.m. Here are some ways you can take advantage of that extra daylight in Calgary.