In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, InterContinental Hotels Group is launching a fun contest to find the top 150 hidden travel gems in our country.
Le Germain Hotel in downtown Calgary is the perfect place for a staycation or celebration, thanks to the stylish rooms, great location and amazing perks.
From having a serious addiction to Peter’s Drive-In milkshakes to curating a closet full of Stampede outfits, here are 21 signs you’re from Calgary, Alberta.
Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont includes an incredible array of specialty teas, heaping plates of delicious scones and sandwiches and delectable desserts.
From lush parks, zip-lines and famous bridges to beer-swigging cowboys, there’s lots to see in Calgary, Alberta year round.
The Rundle Ruins, the Peace Bridge, Crescent Heights and Scotsman’s Hill are among some of the best spots to take photos in Calgary.
Being one of the largest countries in the entire world, it goes without saying that there is PLENTY to do in Canada. Here are the top 10 things worth squeezing in to get a truly Canadian experience.
Would you hurtle down a bobsleigh track reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h, with only a couple of wheels and a helmet between you and the hard cement? How about whipping down a zipline—from the top of an Olympic-sized ski jump? If you answered yes, then Calgary’s Canada Olympic Park is the place for you—you little daredevil!
The Calgary Stampede officially kicks off every year on the first Friday of July, with a massive parade which signals the start of the 10-day party.
We are so incredibly lucky.
That may be a strange thing to say just a few days after devastating floods tore through Calgary and southern Alberta. The muddy, brown water submerged entire towns, drenched complete neighbourhoods, washed away rail road tracks, hefty bridges and snapped trees like they were merely twigs.