Kananaskis is a 45-minute drive from Calgary and Banff and is an extensive protected recreation area in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Visitors to the Kananaskis Valley along Highway 40 enjoy spectacular mountain scenery and opportunities to pursue numerous outdoor activities both close in and farther out in the wilderness of the backcountry.
Excellent hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, golfing at a 36 hole world-class course, canoeing, kayaking, white water rafting and relaxing are popular in the summer. In the winter, there is world class downhill skiing at the Nakiska Ski Resort, home to the alpine events during the 1988 Olympics. Groomed cross-country skiing trails are close to Kananaskis Village. For more avid skiers, more extensive networks are maintained in other areas of Kananaskis.
Visitors to Kananaskis Village, located on the side of Mt. Allen, enjoy a variety of restaurants, shops, basic shopping and walking trails with a fantastic view of the Kananaskis Valley.
Accommodations in Kananaskis range from a variety of campgrounds to luxury hotels.
Our resort offers an unbeatable location in Alberta. After visiting an array of hiking and biking trails, relax with an invigorating facials and massages at our spa. Make yourself at home in our guest rooms and suites, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and stunning views of the Rockies. Stay active in our modern fitness centre, indoor pool, Sport Court and seasonal ice skating rink.
Calgary Airport: 112km
Kananaskis Country is wedged between Calgary and Banff National Park in the foothills of the Rockies. HI Kananaskis is one of Alberta's nine wilderness hostels, but it has indoor plumbing and electricity so it's a great way to ease yourself into an off-the-grid experience surrounded by nature and adventure.
Calgary Airport: 109km
Our Kananaskis hotel offers a variety of guestrooms and suites, multiple dining and entertaining options, a full conference facility and is home to the Summit Spa and Fitness Centre. Access to miles of hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing trails. Enjoy our indoor/outdoor hot tub and indoor heated swimming pool. We allow small-to-medium-sized dogs to stay with you (fee).
Calgary Airport: 88.5km
Our Banff resort is as an outdoor playground for all. Guests can enjoy the tranquility of the resort while they stroll, hike, or bike from our front door into the majesty of the Canadian Rockies. Golf to your hearts content, on three of the finest courses in Western Canada: Silver Tip, Stewart Creek, Kananaskis or our local favourite the Canmore Golf Club.
Located in the magnificent Canadian Rockies, the Big Horn Motel is an excellent place from which to stage your Canadian Rocky Mountain holiday. We are located in the village of Deadman's Flats, and our motel is easily accessible from the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy #1) and a short drive to the numerous amenities offered in the Canmore townsite.
Nestled in the midst of the breath taking Rocky Mountains is our Canmore Hotel, located in a unique area know as Dead Man's Flats and surrounded by the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountains. Each of the 100 guest suites are uniquely designed to provide the utmost in comfort and convenience. Spacious one and two bedroom suites feature full kitchens, dining and living areas, fireplaces.
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