This 23 kilometre trail follows the shoreline of Lesser Slave Lake and can be accessed from Devonshire Beach, North Shore Day Use Area, the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation and Marten River Campground. The trail gives visitors fantastic views of the lake and surrounding boreal forest. Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities abound on this portion of Canada’s longest continuous recreational trail.
This trail begins at the southwest corner of Beaver Creek Campground. It winds through poplar and spruce forest past a beaver pond. It ends near the bottom of Old Baldy Campground. The first 0.6 km of this trail (from Beaver Creek Campground to the wooden bridge) is wheelchair and stroller accessible.
This trail parallels the northern edge of the Cypress Hills Plateau. It has spectacular views of the prairie to the north and connects with Highline Trail. The trailhead is just past the Texas gate on Reesor Road (left side of road). Parking is in the corral staging area across the road from the trailhead.
Package includes a fun and exciting scenic float trip down Athabasca River, and an educational guided wildlife viewing hike where you will have the chance to see Jasper's most iconic creatures. Stay at the Astoria Hotel located in the heart of Jasper and enjoy wine or beer upon check in.
Whether you're travelling with your children this summer or with a friend, we can build a DINOmite deal for you that includes overnight accommodation, deluxe continental breakfast, a tour at Dinosaur Provincial park and more at the Heritage Inn & Suites.
Step into our backyard and create your own mountain adventure. Soak up Lake Louise’s rich mountaineering history by taking a guided hike with one of our knowledgeable guides. Foodies can use the resort credit to dine in one of our restaurants. Subject to availability.
Catch some breathtaking scenery and explore the quiet trails of the West Country on our hiking adventures this summer. Head out with our guides to discover the West Country with its canyons, water falls and dramatic landscape. There's no better way to enjoy summer than to get out and play. We've picked signature hikes that represent the best of the West Country, from the Foothills to the Front Range of the Canadian Rockies.
Ride horseback, hike or cross-country ski through the beautiful Tonquin Valley to this backcountry lodge on the shores of Amethyst Lake in the Canadian Rockies. Multi-day trips can be arranged.
Providing guided interpretive glacier walks on the Athabasca Glacier for 30 years.
Come celebrate Spring Migration in the Boreal Forest! On Saturday, start off with our early morning birding hikes and pancake breakfast. Or enjoy a special tour of the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory (LSLBO), nature hikes, workshops, and lots of hands-on children's activities. On Sunday, help support the LSLBO by joining us for our Annual Bird Run/Walk (5K/10K) departing from the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation at 10:00 a.m. A great event for nature lovers of all ages. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Smith Geocaching is Alberta’s First Official Geocaching Tour. Near the Hamlet of Smith and surrounding area there is a variety of geocache locations, ready to be found. From easy to find park-and-grab caches to those that require hiking there is something for everyone. Some are even located along multi-use trails for a day trip. Each year on the May Long Weekend Smith Geocaching holds their Annual Spring Into Summer Event. The Tour is currently being upgraded to incorporate unique and interesting caches.