Canmore Tours and Attractions


There are innumerable activities to be done in and around Canmore all year round. For active travelers, Canmore is full of exciting adventures in every season, spring, summer, fall and winter. Most of the bike trails in Canmore are designated for mountain biking, so be certain to take advantage to hit the trails on warm summer days. If biking isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps you’d be more content at one of the Canmore area golf courses. Take a fun and exciting horseback ride surrounded by the natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies. On colder days, or in the winter, plan a day of shopping and fine dining in the town of Canmore and surrounding areas.

Summer Activities in Canmore

Summer Tours


Dolomite Pass in the Northern end of Banff National Park offers great backpacking adventures! One of our favorite backpacking trips is into Dolomite Pass on the Helen Lake trail. The distance from the start of the trail to the pass is only about 8.9 kilometres or 5 miles.

Mountain Biking

A bicycle is the fastest and easiest ways to get out of town and into the natural setting of the Canadian Rockies.


The waters of “The Upper Bow River” and the area around the of Kananaskis River offer Fly-Fishing enthusiasts several opportunities for excellent fly fishing and Dry fly activity, surrounded by spectacular vistas.



White Water Rafting

Hiking/Day Hikes


Horseback Riding


It’s said that the most beautiful and natural way to experience the Canadian Rockies, up close and personal, is on horseback. The Canadian Rockies have countless miles of parks to ride through, like as Banff National Park and Jasper National Park. Don’t miss seeing and exploring the Kananaskis country on horseback. Riding is the best way to get out and see a vast area of amazing country, and get a feel for what early mountain life was really like in the Canadian Rockies.


Winter Activities

Winter Tours



The best skiing in the world can be found in the Canadian Rockies, with more than five world class ski areas nearby. Sunshine Village, Banff Mount Norquay, Lake Louise, Fortress Mountain and Nakiska are all within forty minutes from Canmore.




Hiking and Backpacking are very popular in Canmore. The Canmore area has hundreds of natural and cultural places to see. We have a ton of information about some of the most unique things you’ll want to see on your trip to the Canadian Rockies.

Banff's upper hot springs.

Hot Springs


Want to relax in a soothing, outdoor, spring-fed hot water pool? Visit a historic 1930’s bathhouse and spa. Bathe in Banff’s upper hot springs while looking out to a scenic view of the magnificent Mount Rundle.




Canmore as well as the surrounding towns nearby offer some of the area’s finest restaurants. There’s something for every taste, from white tablecloth establishments to your typical pizza house!

Other Tours and Activities

Assisted Hiking Trips

Corporate Planning

The Canadian Rocky Mountains provide a great base for corporate retreats and team building activities. Your tam will be surrounded by inspirational and exciting scenery, the Canadian Rockies. This setting will allow your team members to think way, way out of the box. Host your corporate team building activities here in Canmore!

Family Travel


Wedding Guide


The Canadian Rockies offers amazing choices for couples and newlyweds. Book a romantic helicopter ride over the majestic mountain range. Your honeymoon will “really” start the minute you reach Canmore!

Guided Tours and Activities




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