From glaciers to frozen waterfalls to exploring caves, here are the best Alberta winter hikes and ice walks for all ages and adventure levels.
Witnessing the seasonal spectacle by doing one of the larch hikes is one of the best things to do during fall in Alberta, Canada.
When the long summer days wind down, the seasonal switch brings a whole new list of ways to enjoy fall in Alberta, including larch hikes and horseback riding.
Outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, dog sledding, ice climbing and even fossil hunting can be enjoyed during an easy day trip from Calgary.
Lake Louise, Peyto Lake and the Columbia Icefield are just a few of the incredibly scenic spots worth including on an Icefields Parkway itinerary.
The Canalta Lodge has an enviable location right on Banff Avenue, and is considered one of the best accommodations in Banff with inclusions like breakfast, heated underground parking, Wi-Fi, ski storage and a full gym.
Sunshine Meadows in Banff National Park is one of Alberta’s most scenic hikes—and the real beauty of it is that you don’t have to work hard for the views.
Both Banff and Lake Louise in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains have amazing ski resorts, along with fantastic spots for après-ski! Here are the top picks.
From exploring scenic trails, biking, snowshoeing or relaxing at a spa, here are some of the best spring activities to enjoy in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains.
Both Banff and Canmore are stunningly beautiful, and have lots to do and see- so how do you pick between them? Here are tips for choosing where to stay.