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Grotto Canyon Icewalk
"The history of the rock art which is over a thousand years old and the geology of the mountains are at your fingertips as the guides explain the mystery of the area. You might also have the unique opportunity to witness ice climbers scaling the frozen waterfalls.Return Distance: 2.6 miles (4.2 km) <"""Walk on a frozen creek through Grotto Canyon past unusual rock formations ancient native rock art
From CAD71.00
 
Winter Tour: Banff and its Wildlife
"Build a connection to the World Heritage Site as you visit Banff's landmarks and view wildlife in their natural winter habitat. Hear how the history of the Bow Valley changed when three railway workers rediscovered a hidden treasure. See and le habitat and their winter survival adaptations. This is Banff's best tour for viewing wildlife and animal species are seen on 95% of the tours. Please note: This tour is seasonal and only operates from December through April.""""Join a personalized small-group tour and discover beautiful Banff in the winter! Over three hours your local guide will point out all the landmarks and wildlife in their natural habitat particularly their ability to survive the cold winter months."title=Tour+Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+sightseeing+tour+of+Banff+and+its+wildlife&2=Visit+historic+places+and+famous+landmarks&3=Learn+about+the+history+and+geology+of+the+area+from+your+knowledgeable+guide&4=Complimentary+pickup+and+drop+off+from+most+Banff+hot
From CAD62.00
 
Johnston Canyon Icewalk
Hike on steel walkways built into the canyon walls and get an airy view of the canyon below. Travel through breathtaking scenery and nature on your way to the trail head and learn about the history and geology of Johnston Canyon.This popular wal""Join this small-group Banff guided tour and hike on steel walkways which have been built into the canyon walls. Travel through prime wildlife habitat and learn how Johnston Canyon was formed. You'll be led past lower falls and end up at breathtaking uptitle=Icewalk+Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+beautiful+tour+of+the+Johnston+Canyon+Icewalk%AE&2=Look+out+for+the+various+types+of+wildlife+which+inhabit+the+area&3=Learn+about+the+history+and+geology+of+the+area+from+your+knowledgeable+guide&4=Complimentary+pick"""Banff Canada"
From CAD71.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Kananaskis Lakes

Rawson Lake

Rawson Lake is in Peter Lougheed Park. Access to trailis from parking lot at Upper Kananaskis Lake. Trail is short around 3.5 Km, but lots of switchbacks. Check out the web site listed fo rup to date...
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trek06
Apr 04, 2011

Tombstone Lakes

Tombstone Lakes are located in some of the most beautiful Kananaskis Country imagineable. After a fantasy-like walk through a valley shouldered by mountains and through fields of nodding wild asters,...
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madamx
Jul 09, 2006

Rawson Lake June 2006

Here are some pics of Rawson Lake June 1 2006. I would like to get a few pics from July, Aug and Sept, as the lake &amp; scenery changes breifly for the summer. There was no snow at Upper Kananaskis...
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trek06
Jun 03, 2006

Fir Creek Point

If you have an avid interest in botany like I do, and don't mind doing a little hard work, Fir Creek Point around mid-July will dazzle you with a wildflower display. The trail is quite rough as it is...
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madamx
Jul 16, 2005

Bar U Historic Ranch

This national historic site is located near Longview (see Must See tips). Established in 1991, it is relatively new and celebrates the importance of ranching history in Alberta. The current site is...
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madamx
Feb 07, 2004

Forget-me-not Pond

Forget-me-not Pond is actually more of a tiny, perfect, little lake, with a mountain background. The color is an incredible blue, and is named after the forget-me-not.There are maybe just three picnic...
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madamx
Feb 03, 2004
 
 
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Marl Lake

Even though this lovely lake is located by a campground, for some reason, there's hardly anyone there. Follow an easy walking 3.6 km interpretive path; it will loop through marshland and forest and...
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madamx
Feb 03, 2004

Magnetic Pull of Rawson Creek Falls

Ron (friend and bad influence from work) was pulled backwards towards the falls and this occurred before any Canadian (beer) was consumed at Rawson Lake.
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trek06
Jun 03, 2006

Top Hotels in Kananaskis Lakes

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Top Things to Do in Kananaskis Lakes

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Rockies Heli

Upon arrival at the heliport, board your helicopter, strap in and reach speeds of 100 miles per hour (60 km/h) on your ascent to 8,000 feet (2,438 m) above the ground. Your expert pilot takes you over...
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"GOD'S COUNTRY"
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"The Kananaskis Area"
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"Kananaskis"
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"Kananaskis Country: Less Hectic than Banff"
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"Kananaskis"
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