The instillation of a Pride Sidewalk painted by the Town of Canmore started a conversation amongst the community: Why don’t we have a Canmore Pride? So with the leadership of a group of dedicated volunteers, Canmore Pride is happening from September 16-19.
Banff's Art in Nature Trail combines artwork, forests, rivers and mountains to create a magical connection to the natural world.
The history of Fairmont Hot Springs Resort begins 80 to 55 million years ago with the formation of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Columbia Wetlands Outpost is an interesting mix of activities, accommodations and natural beauty nestled in the Columbia Valley.
Wapta Falls has been on my must-see list. I could not believe that we have such an incredible natural attraction in our backyard.
I love a good paddle. So when the opportunity came up to go on a kayak tour at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, I couldn’t turn it down.
Everyone knows I love horses. When I got the opportunity to go horseback riding at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, I obviously said yes.
The Golden Skybridge consists of a short hike with not one, but two awe-inspiring bridges spanning across a deep gorge on the edge of Golden.
The pedestrian only Main Street was a success, and it will once again be a vehicle-free zone for the summer months. So make a day and discover what's in store!
Love it or hate it, the Kananaskis Conservation Pass has the potential to help the area which has been overridden by visitors and keep the mountains a pristine escape to the natural world.
Take a breath of mountain air this summer. Get ready for whatever the season brings your way with the best looks, available right here in the Canadian Rockies!
Whether it’s a glacier holding pure fresh water, a stately alpine lake on top of a mountain, a flowing river with rapids, or a cool refreshing rain, there are many ways to connect with water in the Canadian Rockies.