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Athabasca Glacier Icewalks

Icefields Parkway

Safely explore the Columbia Icefield world of millwells, seracs and crevasses 130 km north of Lake Louise with naturalist Peter Lemieux

Rockies Heli Canada

Icefield Base: Cline River between Lake Louise and Jasper, Hwy 11, 25 minutes east the Icefields Parkway., Cline River Heliport

High alpine world of glaciers, icefields, waterfalls, lakes, and peaks that can only be explored by helicopter. Tours (20-55 min, $199-$679)

Silvertip Golf Resort

2000 Silvertip Tr, Canmore

Designed by Les Furber, a stunning 5100-7200 yard, 18-hole mountain course with 600 ft of elevation change, hanging tees and

Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours

109, 829 10 St, Canmore

Expert instructors and well trained, authentic huskies; mountain adventures on frozen lake and forest trails. Dog and sled handling instruction

Sports Experts

100, 1080 Railway Ave, Canmore

“Canmore’s best sporting goods store,” says the local newspaper. For mountain lifestyles and adventures: gear, clothing and footwear. Bike and

Yamnuska Mountain Adventures

50 Lincoln Pk, Canmore

Summer: Trips and lessons with ACMG certified guides. Half and full day outdoor rock climbing from $125 with gear and

Alpine Helicopters

91 Bow Valley Tr, Canmore

Helicopter tours head to Three Sisters peaks and Mt. Assiniboine and are 12-30 minutes long. Pricing ranges from $124 to

Banff Culture Walk

224 Banff Ave, Banff

Self-guided walk to art galleries, museums and cultural sites. Free Explore Banff Arts & Culture guide/map at Banff Visitor Centre.

Banff Fishing Unlimited


Summer The region’s longest serving fishing company (since 1984) providing fishing and ice fishing tours and has 5 stars on

Banff Jasper Collection

100 Gopher Street, Banff

Activities Sightseeing Tours From May to October you can take a guided motorcoach tour with knowledgeable drivers/guides. They offer free

Banff Legacy Trail


(27 km/17 mi; easy; west end Map 1, 10C and east end Map 1, 7I) Paved trail from the Bow

Banff Walking Tour


Summer Discover the tranquil, scenic side of town. Begin at Central Park where Banff Ave meets the Bow River; enjoy

Barrier Lake Forestry Trails


(2.3 km/1.4 mi loop; easy; no bikes; Map A, 10N) Start at Kananaskis Field Station, Hwy 40, 10 km (6.2

Bike ‘n’ Hike Shuttle

Transportations facilitates one-way cycling, walks and hiking. Ride Canmore to Banff on the Legacy or Goat Creek trails. Bike the

Bike Route Suggestions

Banff, Lake Louise, Canmore & Kananaskis

Banff: Minnewanka Loop Map 3, 2G, Vermilion Lakes Dr Map 3, 11B, the Banff Springs Golf Course loop Map 3,

Bill Milne Bike Path

(9.7 km/6 mi; easy; Map A, 8K) Start 24 km/15 mi south of Hwy 1 at Kananaskis Village (bike rentals).

Bill Warren Training Centre

Canmore Nordic Centre, Canmore

Olympic-class fitness centre with free weights and machines. Drop-ins are welcome and the drop-in cost is $12. Hours are as

Boom Lake


(10 km/6 mi; 3-4 hrs return; intermediate; 180 m elevation gain; Map 1, 7B) Wide, gently rising trail through the

Boundary Ranch

Near Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis

Boundary Rnach offers guided horseback rides on Kananaskis trails and holiday season horse-drawn sleigh rides from Kananaskis Village. Call to
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