The Whyte Museum’s summer exhibit Canoe is a reflection of the Canadian icon as well as a celebration of artwork spanning over 200 years.
There are many wonderful places to photograph once the sun sets and the stars come out. Here's how to capture those lowlight shots.
Horses have a long history in the Canadian Rockies and even to this day, they are an important part of the mountain landscape.
The Columbia Wetlands are the largest intact wetlands in North America. They stretch between Canal Flats and Golden.
Mountain Galleries has promoted Canadian art from living artists and shared mountain culture for three decades.
It’s been all too long since we’ve been able to gather, and Jasper Pride intends on making this year’s coming together better than ever.
The Canadian Rockies feature some of the world’s most impressive glaciers. Every winter, intricate formations are carved and constructed by nature’s hand, presenting an otherworldly experience amongst thousand year old ice. With research, preparation, and a curiosity to explore, there’s no telling what you can discover in this magical world of snow and ice. Intrigued? […]
The Canadian Rockies are famous for their hot springs. But what’s so special about these so-called healing waters?
Travel through the Rockies by Rail on a fully customized tour.
It can be intimidating to look at a list of spa treatments and pick what you need. Here are some common ones to help you out!
Fat biking started as an adaptation to make mountain bikes usable throughout the winter has become popular in the Canadian Rockies.
Have you discovered the frozen bubbles on many of the lakes and reservoirs throughout the Canadian Rockies?