Heart Creek Trail - 3km Return Despite the 2013 flood Heart Creek remains a great trail for families looking for a short getaway not long from Calgary. The trail meanders along side the creek
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—Elaine Tessolini, Physiotherapist
A Larch is an Evergreen that doesn’t always stay green, why? Not even tree experts can really answer this question. There are some ideas as to why these unique trees drop their “leaves”, for example: No needles on the branches means the snow can shed and prevent ice build up, and this can reduce the possibility of broken branches. Annual needle loss might help the trees fight off pests and disease. They don’t
Hiking with your dog? Here 8 things you need to know for a successful dog day on the trail. On Leash – No Excuses! That actually means that you are physically holding onto a leash that is attached to the dog. A “verbal leash” doesn’t count. All dogs, and pets, must be on leash in both Alberta Provincial Parks and Canadian National Parks Fines for off-leash dogs vary from $115.00- up
Rawson Lake Snowshoe – 8km return, 305M (1,000 ft) elevation gain What Is It Like? The Rawson Lake snowshoe trail takes you to Rawson Lake, which is nestled at the base of some spectacular mountain scenery. You gain a lot of elevation in the first half of this trail, but the many switchbacks make the task less daunting. It is a popular hike in both the summer and winter. We