From Our Blog

Kayaking on Waterton

Although Waterton Lakes National Park is well known for all of its beautiful scenery and wildlife, visitors can go much further than just marvelling at it. Those who are feeling adventurous can get out on the water on paddle boards, kayaks, canoes,…

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Cowboy Trail

Spanning 700 km on Highway 22 through the beauty of the prairies and Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Cowboy Trail is the premier way to experience all the best western heritage that the province has to offer in one trip. Along the way,…

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Green Choices

We have been striving to make changes to be more environmentally-conscious as a hotel group for the past number of years now. After reading about Vancouver being the first major Canadian city to reduce reliance on disposable single-use…

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Waterton Lakes National Park

Lose yourself in stunning scenery when you come to Waterton Lakes National Park, located approximately 30 minutes outside the Town of Pincher Creek.  The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a wide variety of hiking trails to choose from,…

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Crowsnest Pass

An area packed full of hiking, biking, and gorgeous views, Crowsnest Pass is a collection of what used to be the 5 individual towns of Hillcrest, Blairemore, Bellevue, Coleman, and Frank. Fishing, hunting, and cave exploring are some other exciting…

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