Celine Brewer

a bench with mountain views along Montane Interpretive Trail in Bow Valley Provincial Park, Kananaskis

Montane Interpretive Trail in Kananaskis

The Montane Interpretive Trail is another one of our favourite easy hikes in Bow Valley Provincial Park. This kid-friendly Kananaskis hike packs a ton of excellent scenery in a very short distance.

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Sundance Canyon Trail - Easy bike trails in Banff

Sundance Trail to Sundance Canyon in Banff

As locals to the Bow Valley, we often shy away from doing the touristy things. I expect this is true for anyone who lives in a place as popular as Banff National Park. Yet, each time we have been on the Sundance Trail to the Sundance Canyon hike in Banff, we are pleasantly surprised.

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Snowshoeing in Banff on Upper Stoney Lookout trail

Upper Stoney Lookout Snowshoe in Banff

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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Frozen Toad Loop Snowshoe Trail in Kananaskis

Frozen Toad Snowshoe Trail in Kananaskis Country

The Frozen Toad snowshoe trail is an enjoyable, easy Kananaskis snowshoe trail between the Elkwood and Boulton Creek Campgrounds. The 8.1 km Frozen Toad loop, another of the new  official snowshoe trails in Kananaskis, is remarkably flat and packs a lot of Kananaskis mountain scenery into a single outing.

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snowshoeing banff to Ink Pots

Snowshoeing in Banff – Don’t Miss These 10 Snowshoe Trails

Thinking of Banff in winter conjures up images of a winter wonderland, where the mountaintops and trees are covered in snow. Snowshoeing in Banff on a mild winter day, where the sun is shining and the blue sky is contrasted with the white snowcapped mountains, is really one of the best ways to spend a winter day in Banff National Park.

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Fat Biking in Banff, Canmore and Kananaskis

One of the most incredible things about living in or near the mountains is the multitude of ways to get out and enjoy nature. Fat tire biking is a new activity for us, but we were instantly hooked. Winter can feel free to stick around while we have fun fat biking in Banff and area!

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