Your Guide to Canmore Camping

tent camping in Canmore

Camping within close proximity of a town makes it much easier to stock up on groceries and even visit local restaurants for a break from cooking. You can enjoy Canmore camping with several campgrounds within close driving distance to town. There are even some Canmore campgrounds right in the heart of this scenic mountain town.

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Your Guide to Camping in Kananaskis

truck pulling trailer driving in Kananaskis - camping

Camping in Kananaskis is the best way to immerse yourself in nature and disconnect for a few days. The Kananaskis area rivals mountain scenery found in any of the national parks. You don’t even need to go far from your campsite to get impressive mountain views or ponder life next to a mountain lake.

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Upper Stoney Lookout Snowshoe in Banff

Snowshoeing in Banff on Upper Stoney Lookout trail

The Upper Stoney Loop snowshoe in Banff is a short, uphill climb through a lodgepole pine and spruce tree forest. The snowshoe up to the Upper Stoney Lookout will get your heart pumping for the first half, allowing for a break at the top before an almost entirely downhill second half.

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8 Hikes in Kananaskis You Don’t Want to Miss

Hiking Wind Ridge trail you'll enjoy views of The Rimwall, Wind Tower, Mount Lougheed and Wind Mountain

Whether you’ve come to visit Banff National Park or live nearby, hiking in Kananaskis will leave you wanting to come back for more. With jaw dropping views, we’d consider many of these to be the best hikes in Kananaskis. While there are plenty more amazing hikes, you won’t want to miss these 8 Kananaskis hiking … Read more