Hiking Table Mountain in the Crowsnest Pass of Alberta offers a chance to get jaw dropping photos on the top of towering cliffs. Here’s a review of this epic hike in the Rocky Mountains.
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Rocky Mountains Hiking In Alberta: Canyon Creek Ice Cave
The Canyon Creek Ice Cave Trail in Kananaskis Country, Alberta is a unique adventure in the Rocky Mountains. It’s got fossil hunting, mountain biking, scrambling, and spelunking!
How To Make Reservations For Camping In Alberta Parks
You need to make reservations if you want to go camping in Alberta Parks. For 2016, the reservations start on February 8. Here’s what you need to do:
An Afternoon Snowshoeing At The Canmore Nordic Centre
We took a winter break to go snowshoeing at the Canmore Nordic Centre and a nice relaxing trek through the woods while the nordic centre buzzed with skiers, sliders, and cyclists.
Why Everyone Says Camping At Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park Is The Best In Alberta
Camping at Writing-On-Stone provincial Park is often picked as the best in Alberta. It’s easy to see why, the campground is small enough and entertaining enough to be perfect.
Hiking The Hoodoo Trail Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park
The Hoodoo Trail Writing On Stone provincial park is a wonderful place to explore Canada’s Badlands and see petroglyphs and pictographs. It’s an easy hike that normally offers huge expanses of sky above the rugged hoodoos – not on our visit.
Camping In Alberta: 2014 Alberta Parks Campground Reservation Tips
Camping season in Alberta is on. 2014 Alberta Parks Campground Reservations are open, here’s how to get your campground and tips to get the best spot.