A postcard-perfect community enveloped by the majesty of the Canadian Rockies. Trendy boutiques, gourmet dining, eclectic art galleries and a diverse population of residents including accomplished mountaineers and Olympic athletes; this is Canmore.

Canmore is only one hour away from Calgary International Airport and regular scheduled transfers are available year-round. Luxury condo style hotels are offering spacious living in the middle of an authentic mountain town. The nearby National Parks are easily explored by car or through the Roam transit service that connects Canmore with Banff. Kananaskis Country offers a fantastic three-hour driving loop with great opportunities to see wildlife including bears and moose.

The 1988 Calgary Winter Olympic Games brought the downhill skiing events to Nakiska in Kananaskis, while cross-country skiing and biathlon competitions took place at the newly built Canmore Nordic Centre. With TV coverage showcasing Canmore Kananaskis’ natural beauty all over the world, the secret was out.

An impressive mountain landscape spilling across a series of protected provincial parks. Emerald green waterways, unspoiled wilderness and snow-capped mountain peaks, home to four-season activities for all levels of adventurers; this is Kananaskis.

Did you Know?
Did you know that there are more Olympians per capita living in Canmore than any other place in the world?

Photo: Tourism Canmore Kananaskis