Here are 7 places near Calgary where you can chase the Ultimate Canadian Summer adventure. From mountains to beaches, it’s all right here.
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How To Have An Epic Weekend Adventure In Alberta This Summer [CONTEST]
People travel from all around the world to explore the Rocky Mountains, and there they are .. in our backyard. I have friends who have lived here for decades and have never been past Lake…
The Best High Tea In The Rockies
There are many elegant hotels to have afternoon tea in the Rockies, but the best high tea in the Rockies, is one you hike high up to. Check these out:
The Icefields Parkway Is The Most Scenic Drive In Canada
Yes, the Cabot Trail is pretty spectacular. The Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler is stunning. Those are two beautiful ways to explore Canada, but none compare to the Icefields Parkway. The drive…
23 Must See Sights When Visiting Calgary And The Rocky Mountains
There are hundreds of things to do with visiting Calgary. Here’s 23 top ideas to see and have an epic adventure in Calgary and the nearby Rocky Mountains.
Winter Weekend Itinerary In Banff For Families
A photo posted by dadcamp (@dadcampgram) on Jan 29, 2015 at 10:08am PST The Rocky Mountains are synonymous with Canada and while they are just a sliver in the vast Canadian landscape, they offer a…
Camping With Kids #5: Camping At Bow Valley Provincial Park
The best closest place to camp near Calgary is Bow Valley Provincial Park. It’s less than an hour, it’s filled with trees, playgrounds, and water.
My #ExploreAlberta Bucket List
When you move to a new place, you tend to be more excited about discovering it than people who have lived there forever. Think about how you explore a city when you’re a tourist. You…
Camping With Kids #4: Camping At Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park
While the Johnston Canyon trail is a popular family hike, the campground across the highway will guarantee you a good parking spot to explore the waterfalls and ink pots.
Calgary Daytrips: Columbia Icefields
At about 3 1/2 hours non-stop from Calgary, few would call a visit to the Columbia Icefields a daytrip from Calgary, (and it wasn’t the intention for us, but when you bring the wrong tent…