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Bighorn Sheep Don't Seem To Mind Cyclists Or Cars

Biking in Canmore, Alberta’s Friendly Mountain Town

I could live in Canmore, a mountain town located an hour west of Calgary, and only minutes from Banff National Park. It's truly an outdoor adventurer's paradise. What I particularly love about the town is the fact you can walk out your door from just about anywhere in town and within minutes be biking or hiking on some amazing trails. Biking in Canmore is popular, whether it be mountain biking or road biking. This post…

Outside The Entrance To Rat's Nest Cave

Caving in Canmore – A Thrilling Experience

Caving in Canmore is a growing activity. Canmore actually boasts one of the largest cave systems in Canada with approximately four kilometres mapped to date. If you're looking for a thrilling, experience with the odd adrenaline jolt - sign up for the caving in Canmore tour. The caving tour is perfect if you're visiting the Canmore - Banff area, especially on a very cold or inclement day. It's actually an adventure you can consider any…

Fun Times Dog Sledding in Canmore, Alberta

Is dog sledding in Canmore on your bucket list? If it isn't, it should be. It's so much fun - whether you're snuggled up with your significant other or you're actually on the back of the sled mushing the dogs. On the downhills it can be a real thrill - the faster you go the more exciting it gets. You'll also find the enthusiasm of the dogs to be contagious. If you're suffering from the…

The Counter At The Start Of The Legacy Bike Trail

Cycling the Banff Legacy Trail from Canmore to Banff

You can't help but notice cyclists and rollerbladers on the Banff Legacy Trail when you drive the Trans-Canada Highway between Canmore and Banff.  I don't know why but it took me a couple of years to get around to cycling it. The Banff Legacy Trail was built in 2010 to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Banff National Park. Its 26 kilometres long one way and a comfortable three metres wide. It takes you from the…

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