From wild skating on frosted lakes to gliding across an ice surface in town, there's no shortage of places to go skating in Banff National Park. Here's a look at your best options for skating on both natural and man-made ice surfaces + info on where to score skate rentals.
With travel advisories encouraging us to stay within provincial borders, I’ve been looking for new-to-me areas, not too far a drive from Calgary. There's so many Crowsnest Pass things to do - even in winter, I couldn't not go. Here's a look at the best, affordable outdoor excursions both in the Pass and in Waterton.
If you're committed to making the most out of winter, you've got to get outside. For those of us living near the Rockies, it can be hard deciding which Banff winter activities to do, as there's so many to choose from. Luckily for you, we've done all the research, so you can easily choose the best excursion for your next visit.
If you're a beginner cross country skier like me, you're looking for easy, groomed trails with minimal elevation gain. Luckily, I just caught wind of a new trail - right in Banff, that's perfect for us newbies. I've got all the deets, plus where you can score rentals.
Not to brag, but we've had nothing but epic ski days this season. Weird, right?! Though skiing in COVID times seems to be fraught with line-ups and let downs, that's not been our experience. Key is when to go and where to go. Here's some insider tips on skiing at Sunshine Village Resort this season.
Skiing is going to look a little different this year. I'm sure it'll still be worth getting out, but it'll definitely require more planning. Here's everything you need to know about skiing Sunshine Village in Banff National park during the 2020-21 season.
There are few places in the world as set up for holiday enchantment as Canada. With snow-quilted forests, lakes that transform into skating rinks and an abundance of traditional Christmas markets, the holiday spirit shines brightly. With all that's going on, you'll want to organize your Christmas in Canada earlier rather than later this year. Here's a look at the most festive destinations for happy holidays.
More than dinosaurs and fossils, the Canadian Badlands is still a relatively undiscovered gem. There's incredible diversity within this Alberta region that's roughly the size of Portugal. With year-round glamping, uncrowded hiking trails and a Dark Sky Preserve, there's a lot to take in. Here's a look at some not to miss activities in the Badlands this fall.