A true prairie oasis, Writing on Stone Provincial Park contains the largest concentration of First Nations petroglyphs on the great plains of North America.
With an outstanding effort-to-reward ratio, Rawson Lake in Kananaskis, Alberta is a must do hike to soak in a picturesque day in the Canadian Rockies.
A hidden gem in the Canadian Rockies, Abraham Lake has thousands of bubbles beneath its surface that create a magnificent display to discover and photograph.
Peter Lougheed Provincial park is a premier cross country skiing destination set amongst the soaring peaks of the Canadian Rockies in Kananaskis, Alberta.
With views of Lake Moraine and golden larch trees set against the backdrop of The Valley of the Ten Peaks, this is the best Fall hike in Banff National Park.
Located in Banff National Park and the border of British Columbia, Twin Lakes is a perfect place to backcountry camp along two stunning mountain lakes. Jump in!
The Devil's Thumb hike offers a beautiful, unparalleled view of Lake Louise and Lake Agnes, making this a must do hike to take in the world famous scenery.