These are all mountain getaways where you can bag a peak, traverse a ridge and end the day in the lap of luxury.
Hike to a pristine lake or scramble up to Sarrail Ridge for panoramic views of K-Country.
This easy hike is near the Banff Springs Hotel that takes you to an open meadow with picnic tables.
This steep hike in Kananaskis is a good early season option. And you'll be rewarded with both mountain and prairie views at the top.
When in the East Kootenays this summer, make sure you bring along the mountain bike to ride the "Round the Mountain" trail.
Be sure to rent an ATV in Panorama for a three-hour tour and relax at the Pleiades Spa in Radium.
If you're only going to do one thing while in Waterton Lakes National Park, make sure it's this hike.
Put tea house touring, canoeing and horseback riding on your Lake Louise summer to-do list.
Make the most of the short summer season. These are the essential experiences to have, places to stay and restaurants to eat at in Yoho National Park and in Golden, British Columbia this summer.
Finally do the Johnston Canyon Walk this summer and be sure to follow that up with dinner at one of the many great restaurants in Banff's town centre.
What to do, where to eat and where to stay in K-Country and Canmore.
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A weekend getaway planned around a challenging, muddy trail race is an increasingly popular way to experience the mountains.
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From après-ski parties to local history lectures, this is what’s going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
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If you’ve never ever skied before, now’s your chance to learn the basics by joining in Never Ever Days.
It's more fun to learn a new skill — or improve a skill you already have — when you're in a group.
Sample the very best food that Banff has to offer at this five-day culinary event.