The Shark Lake snowshoe trail is a very enjoyable easy Kananaskis snowshoe trail near the very popular Mt. Shark cross-country ski area. If you are looking for some solitude, the Shark Lake snowshoe isn’t well known, making it a great alternative to the Chester Lake snowshoe trail and other the other super-popular Kananaskis snowshoe trails.
The Torpor snowshoe trail is a new trail near the Kananaskis Lakes within the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. The Torpor Loop Trail is an easy Kananaskis snowshoe trail which winds its way through four major day use areas within the Kananaskis Lakes.
Snowshoeing in Kananaskis is one of the best ways to get out and experience the beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in the winter.
Blessed with tons of snow and stunning winter mountain scenery, Chester Lake is one of the best snowshoe trails in Kananaskis. Chester Lake is one of our favorite Kananaskis snowshoe trails and we return year-after-year. Why? Quite simply, we never get tired of it.
The Grotto Canyon ice walk is a very fun and unique thing to do in Kananaskis in winter. The transformation of the cute little Grotto Creek from summer to winter is quite amazing! In summer, Grotto Creek is a gentle mountain stream running through a beautiful canyon. Over the course of winter, this modest little …
Looking for a fun winter activity in Kananaskis Country? No matter what winter sport you are into, chances are you’ll find it on the Watridge Lake Trail in the Mt. Shark Day use area. You can enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and much more on this popular, easy trail in the Spray Valley Provincial …
Ice Skating in Banff is not only a quintessential Canadian winter activity, it’s also one of the best things to do in Banff in winter.
If you’ve never experienced Banff during winter, you might be wondering if Banff is worth visiting in winter.
If you are visiting Banff in winter or anytime between October and April, it’s very likely you’ll be seeing snow. Here in the Canadian Rockies, the snow typically starts to fly well before the official start of winter and that’s when all the Banff winter activities will start.