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

Flint Rock Ranch

Flint Rock Ranch is a working cattle ranch in the stunning Porcupine Hills, just north of the Oldman Dam and Pincher Creek. Two cabins and three updated Airstreams are available for summer rentals in your own special piece of paradise in the South Canadian Rockies. The ranch is also available for hosting group events.
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Glamping Resorts Ltd.

Welcome to Glamping Resorts Ltd, where we create revitalizing, comfortable and stylish camping experiences. Less than 3 hours south of Calgary, nestled in the shadow of Table Mountain right on the shores of Beaver Mines Lake, our new location offers the luxuriously comfortable accommodations you expect from Glamping Resorts Ltd with immediate access to the splendour of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. We will be completing our resort on our 100+ acres in phases to best preserve the natural environment and ensure…
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Crowsnest Pass Campground

Welcome to the Crowsnest Pass Campground. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this campground’s breathtaking views are sure to make a lasting memory. The family-owned and operated business offers 21 serviced sites (water and 30 amp. power), 10 of which also have sewer. Other services include indoor washrooms, showers, laundry facilities and wireless internet. Located within walking distance of the Crowsnest River and within minutes of historic sites, forest reserve access, and town amenities. It’s also easy to find – right…
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Crowsnest Pass Golf Club

Located right in the heart of the Crowsnest Pass, with spectacular mountains views on all sides. The Crowsnest Pass Golf Club is one of the most scenic courses in Western Canada. Bring your clubs and be sure not to forget your camera! Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience. Our course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge…
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Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

Learn how a catastrophic 90 seconds forever changed a tight-knit mining community in southwest Alberta. Overlooking the wreckage of Canada’s deadliest rockslide, the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre tells the tragic tale of the night Turtle Mountain crumbled. Learn how lives were destroyed when 110-million metric tonnes of limestone thundered onto miners’ cottages at the edge of town. Wander through exhibits and listen to the stories from survivors. Find out why the Blackfoot and Ktunaxa called Turtle the mountain that moves,…
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