Luxurious Private Sightseeing and Guided Hiking Tours Delivered by Guides who call the Mountains Home. Hiking tours are delivered in the best areas of the Canadian Rockies and are suitable for various ages and abilities.
Our guides are certified IGA Professional and Apprentice Guides and possess 80-hour Wilderness First Responder/Advanced Adventure Medic® credentials.
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Soo many great hikes in the Canadian Rockies that take you to beautiful areas. One that isn’t too busy and is overlooked is Lake Annette. A 6 km hike into lake Annette ( one way). The hike starts at a parking lot not far from the entrance of Moraine lake road. The hike is fairly…
Great news for those that love to bike without having to dodge cars in Banff. The 1A is open to Cyclists again without vehicle traffic all the way to Johnstons Canyon Resort. The best place to start is at The Fenlands Banff Recreation area where you can park your car and get on your way….
Nestled in the valley floor of the Majestic Canadian Rockies is my home course, The Canmore Golf and Curling Club. It is a truly spectacular course!
One of the most popular activities in a Canadian Rockies wintertime is cross-country skiing. There are numerous trails in the Lake Louise area that are easily accessible and offer breathtaking views of mountain peaks.
The road from Edmonton to Banff National Park is well renowned as one of the most scenic routes in the world, passing wildlife and sights aplenty.
November in the Canadian Rockies is a great transition month. Summer hikes gave way to fall, prepping our adventurous souls for a long snowy active winter. The months ahead will be filled with snow capped mountains and snow capped pines, your invitation to play.
Nature’s wonderland in the Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park invites its visitors to partake in a stunning array of activities and tours.
Parks Canada offers anyone with a GPS the opportunity to go geocaching in Canada’s oldest national park. Visit a visitor information centre or download the activity sheet from the Parks Canada website. There are two sheets: beginner (year-round) and intermediate (summer season only). Choose one and then you’re on your way! Here are some Banff…