- Category: Montana
In Montana, the mountains are big, the snow is plenty and the weather is beautiful. It all adds up to a premier winter skiing destination.
- Category: Southwest Saskatchewan
The wide-open prairies and the highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador are ready to welcome anyone passing through Southwest Saskatchewan — even when the temperatures drop.
- Category: South Central Alberta
From Raymond to Magrath, Coaldale to Taber and further down to Bow Island, the area offers many fall and winter charms of rural southern Alberta.
- Category: British Columbia
Who says you can’t hit the beach in British Columbia in the winter? Just don’t bother packing a swim suit or sunscreen — grab your toque, mitts, skates and a hockey stick. This year, Invermere on the Lake will host the third annual B.C. Eastern Regional Pond Hockey Championships from Jan. 31 - Feb. 3.
- Category: Lethbridge
Whether you’re looking to get back to nature or enjoy seasonal activities with a more urban vibe, Lethbridge is a winter destination with a lot to offer.
- Category: Calgary
With the Rockies on the horizon, Calgary is the second largest city by area in Canada, and a growing, bustling place to spend days discovering. Home to Canada Olympic Park, the Calgary Tower, and the Telus Spark Science Centre, the city is a cultural mecca for Western Canada. Restaurants to suit all tastebuds, thousands of stores and dozens of galleries and museums make whittling away the hours of the day an easy task.