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.
Host a dinner in your own home for a great cause benefitting young at-risk girls.
Where to find costume inspiration and where to go shopping
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.
Options include joining in a performance, writing a love letter to a building, taking a float and more.
We love to hate it, but we also love to love it. Edmonton has restaurants, stores and events that are worth a weekend trip north. Here are a few suggestions.
Whether you want to be scared out of your skin or are simply looking for a wine to pair with your candy, there are Halloween-themed events to suit everyone.
Craft season extravaganza runs until mid-December.