A year-round facility, the Allison-Chinook area is one of southern Alberta's non-motorized trail networks. It offers exciting, varied terrain and tranquility for mountain bikers and hikers during the summer, and pristine snow with groomed and track set trails for cross-country skiers during the winter. Located near Chinook Lake, Allison-Chinook has trails for both novice and experienced skiers, hikers, and mountain bikers. The over 300 hectares of land in the Allison-Chinook Forest Land Use Zone provides for over 31 kilometers of set trails as well as additional backcountry trails to enjoy. Trails are groomed and track-set from December 1 to March 31 every year. Conact us: email: email@example.com Pnone: 403.563.3215
Get your skis or snowboards ready and your smiles on for an adventurous, fun-filled day at Alberta's popular family friendly ski resort. Owned and operated by the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, the ski area boasts challenging terrain, affordable rates, an excellent ski and snowboard school, equipment rentals, terrain park, night skiing, snowmaking and friendly service. Pass Powderkeg, quickly becoming Alberta’s favorite family ski area! Contact us: Phone: (403) 562.8334
Offering adventures for all levels. You will be learning on these adventures, either about flora and fauna, culture, history or technical skills. Their guides are very knowledgeable, friendly and fun! https://www.upliftadventures.ca/
Their story: "Uplift Adventures is a guiding company based in Crowsnest Pass. We provide local and authentic experiences to people visiting the area. We currently adventure in southern Alberta, focusing in the Castle Provincial and Wildland Parks and Crowsnest Pass. We pride ourselves on providing an educational experience either through learning about the biodiversity, culture and heritage of the area or providing outdoor skill-building workshops. Our team is built with individuals that share our passion for the outdoors, education and conservation.
Our goal is to give you the confidence to be in the wilderness
Our mission is to connect you to our natural surroundings
Our vision is to create community by including all abilities, ages, gender and backgrounds
Our value is to conserve our environment and history for future generations to enjoy"
Now bigger than ever! accommodating all age groups ...from novice to expert Castle Mountain, Canada (1410m to 2273m)
Famous for its abundant light powder and spectacular views from the lift tops to Waterton Glacier National Park and Montana. Castle Mountain Ski Facts: * 50 km Cross Country Trails * 5 Ski Lifts * 863m Max Vertical * 2273m Highest Lift Contact Us: Phone: 403.627.5101 Toll Free: 1.888.754.8667 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Fly fishing Alberta's Southern Rocky Mountain trout streams and rivers, Alberta Flyfishing Adventures guides you thru the scenic Crowsnest area. Here three exceptional trout rivers meet - The Oldman, Crowsnest, and Castle. Surrounded by these headwaters, and the nearby Waterton River: Our home base provides incredible dry flyfishing within minutes. Whether stalking our native cutthroat or Bulls, or casting to rising Rainbows and Browns our area offers great flyfishing experiences. At least 20 lesser known trout streams are accessible from our location in the Crowsnest Pass. We specialize in guided trips and accommodate the novice to expert flyfisher. We customize your fishing adventure to you. Visit our Crowsnest Cafe & Fly Shop on Hwy #3, Coleman, Alberta Contact us: toll free: 877-363-3258 or local: 403-563-3258. Email: email@example.com
Centre Peak High Country Adventures is located along the pristine eastern slopes of the Livingstone Range in south western Alberta, between the Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek. Your hosts, Richard Keil and Kate McKim-Keil, are third generation ranchers. We offer guided trail rides and western riding lessons in one of south western Alberta’s most spectacular areas. Come and experience the eastern slopes of the Livingstone Range with us and allow us to share the history and splendour with you! To reserve your adventure today, call 403-628-2178 or 403-627-7654. You may also email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on Highway 3, in the town of Bellevue, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, we are the longest established fly shop and guide service operating in southwest Alberta. We provide guided fly-fishing trips throughout southwest Alberta and southeast British Columbia. We are a full service fly shop and carry a complete line of quality fly-fishing equipment, accessories, flies, clothing, gifts and fly-tying materials. Alberta and British Columbia angling licenses are also available. We also offer fly-fishing and fly-tying schools. Our staff members are knowledgeable and friendly, and will be happy to assist you. The shop is open year-round. Ample parking available. When visiting Crowsnest Pass, be sure to stop by and say hello! Contact us: Phone/Fax: (403) 564-4333 Guide Service & Mail Order: 1-800-267-1778 Email email@example.com Follow Vic on his Blog!
Crowsnest Community Walking Trail
Use the route to travel between communities, visit local businesses, and tour incredible historical sites, such as the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and the Bellevue Underground Mine. On the way, the trail takes you through stunning natural areas. Watch for wildlife along Crowsnest River, stop at the viewpoint overlooking the Frank Slide and Turtle Mountain, and enjoy spectacular Crowsnest Pass vistas. As you move between communities, stop at the trail interpretive kiosks to learn more about Crowsnest Pass’ amazing natural and cultural history.
Trail Highlights: *Picnicking at Riverside Memorial Park, Blairmore *Bird watching along Crowsnest River *Taking in the Frank Slide views *Exploring the Hillcrest Mine Disaster Cemetary *Train watching
The signs along the way highlight some of the unique species of the area and increase the trail user's understanding of these species and their conservation efforts. They tell of the unique birds of the area and the Golden Eagle migration corridor, bears and wildlife corridors, Crowsnest Pass' diverse and rare forests, and rough fescue grasslands. Signage, memorial benches, bike racks, dog waste bag dispensers and BearSmart garbage bins are available at various points along the trail. Click on Crowsnest Community Walking Trail Brochure / Map to
download map, or stop by the Municipality office in Coleman for your copy.
Located right in the heart of the Crowsnest Pass, with spectacular mountain views on all sides. The Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club (CNPGCC) is one of the most spectacular courses in south-western Alberta. A true hidden gem!
The Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad is a family based organization enjoying year round rides throughout the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Alberta. We practice active stewardship including trail clean-ups, development, and maintenance projects, as well as providing a powerful voice for ATV enthusiasts who wish to continue to have access to off highway vehicle trails and random camping areas.
Our mission is to promote responsible use of Alberta’s Southern Rockies and to ensure the conservation of our wilderness areas for the continued use of future generations. We are focused on sustainability and place a high priority on safety and rider education. We have a pro-active multi-use trail maintenance and development program. Be sure to check our Events Schedule and plan on joining us!
Sierra West is a true southern Alberta working cattle ranch to which guest ranch accommodations have been carefully added. Ranch vacations welcome visitors who seek horseback riding holidays, cozy log cabins, adventure of the great outdoors, personal attention & peace and quiet. We know that some things … cowboys & campfires call us home … it rejuvenates the spirit and invigorates the soul. Imagine skies so full of stars they glow at night, riding your horse over acres of privately owned ranchland, driving cattle across the open range and under endless blue skies, the song of a meadowlark in the distance, the smell of leather from your saddle, the vivid colors of the wild flowers with their heads swaying in the breeze, the eagle and red tailed hawk that soars overhead, and the glimpse of wild life as they scatter heading for shelter & safety. Call and book your adventure with us today: 403-628-2431 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your link to snow conditions, sledding information, and fun winter events for Crowsnest Pass and Area, where some 1200 km of trails, 200 km of which are groomed. The area scenery is breathtaking and the peace and tranquility of the mountains nourishes the sledder in all of us! Trail maps are available throughout the Crowsnest Pass.