Links: The Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area A truly beautiful area to discover.
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Just like the toque is a fashion-must for many die-hard Canadians, so should be crampons. Without them, you may find yourself slipping and sliding like a car using all-season tires trying to drive up a snowy slope…at least I… Read More ›
Wow, an International Peace Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, plus a Buffalo Paddock, all within an easy drive from Calgary? Fantastic, where do I sign up! Three designations all within a three hour drive from… Read More ›
When driving through the Alberta prairie, it doesn’t take long before you see oil pumps dotting the horizon; for Albertan’s it’s understood, we are the energy province of Canada. However, sometimes we need to look past the pumps to find those… Read More ›