Where off-the-beaten path is standard

Welcome to an adventurer’s paradise. Whether it’s your first time to the region or you’re a regular visitor who has long lost count, a pristine, undiscovered wilderness and adrenaline-filled experiences are waiting for you. 

Located in southwestern Alberta, visiting the South Canadian Rockies is easy at any time of the year. History runs deep in our Rocky Mountain towns, and our towering mountains provide a four-season playground that lets you go beyond the ordinary. With recreational areas, resorts, parks and natural areas all in close proximity, you can spend more time enjoying and less time driving. 

Nordic, cross-country and cat skiing, horseback riding, ice fishing, biking and hiking and more – our lifestyle is built on adventures. Learn about the captivating yet devastating history of places like Frank Slide, the Hillcrest mine and the Burmis Tree, or the legendary tales of rumrunners a century ago. After a memorable day exploring, our authentic mountain communities are ready to welcome you with cozy accommodations, hearty cuisine and a vibrant local arts scene.

Things To Do


Feature Locations

Mystery Towns Clue Solving Adventures – Crowsnest Pass

Mystery Towns Clue-Solving Adventures offer the fun of a scavenger hunt, the puzzle-solving excitement of an outdoor escape room and the challenge of an Amazing Race. Find must-see points of interest and discover hidden gems as you and your team explore the area on your walking adventure. After downloading the free APP and activating your game, you will be sent the starting location and your first clue will arrive on your phone. Follow the directions to solve the clue and…
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Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp

Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp has been bringing people to explore the Crowsnest Pass mountains and area since 1956. Their approach of “Fee-free, Christ-centered summer camps in the Canadian Rockies” has led tens of thousands of children to experience God’s creation in the mountains. With specialty programs that focus on rock climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, backpacking, and more, they blend experiential learning, spiritual formation, and wilderness travel to provide programs that bring lifelong impact. Located up on the continental divide, Crowsnest…
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Pincher Creek Farmers Market

Make it, bake it, grow it! The Pincher Creek Farmers Market is a weekly summer outdoor market that brings producers and makers direct to their customers. You can expect to find a fun, outdoor atmosphere with lots of baking, fresh veggies, produce, arts, crafts, live music and more! Experience the small-town charm of Pincher Creek paired with a very productive growing location.
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Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre Pincher Creek

Conveniently located only 30 minutes from Waterton Lakes National Park, the Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre in Pincher Creek features contemporary décor combined with excellent full-service amenities. Whether traveling for business, leisure, or for a special event, they have everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay. While staying at their hotel, you can enjoy amenities including complimentary WiFi access, 24-hour front desk assistance, indoor pool, hot tub, fitness room, on-site restaurant and lounge, meeting and wedding facilities,…
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