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.
The parks and pathways that will help in your pursuit of burning calories, meditating in nature, spending time with friends, snapping that great Instagram pic or all of the above.
Trek these trails to take in the famous fall larches without the crowds
From the CIBC Run for the Cure to RBC Race for the Kids and Terry Fox Run Calgary, fall is the city’s unofficial running season.
There's at least one race going on almost every weekend until the end of October.
Meet three locals who love river surfing, kayaking or sailing.
You remembered the life jackets, but did you remember your car keys, an extra paddle and good shoes?
Couples who sweat together, stay together.
Even absolute beginners can channel their inner Spider-Man and try this activity. Test your upper body strength and conquer your fear of heights (but without getting too high) at a local climbing gym.
The 27-acre course will have two artificial-turf tee pads and multiple target baskets for every hole, allowing a variety of skill levels to play.
Whether you prefer to run for the challenge of it, for the fun of it or for the fundraising element, there are plenty of races you can register for. Here are some of the running events from April through to August you should know about.
These three options will have you trekking in the backcountry for a weekend and home for dinner on Sunday. If you are a backpacking newbie, there is also advice and resources to get you started.
We have a bobsleigh track. Might as well take advantage.
Whether you’re looking for some “me” time, a regimented health-and-fitness retreat or a yoga retreat, here are just some of the ways you can get mindful in the mountains this year.
They can offer fitness activities ranging from guided meditation to cooking and nutrition workshops.
This is the view you’ll get, so why wouldn’t you give it a try?
So you want to get in shape, but aren't sure where or how? These gyms have offers for first timers that include free classes and unlimited weeks or months for a fraction of the regular price.
It’s the largest tube park in Western Canada, so you’ll probably want to brave the cold to try it out.