Visit the Crowsnest Pass


Thinking about visiting the crowsnest pass and sw alberta?

  • Want to get out on a guided day hike or backpacking trip and learn about the culture, history and nature in the Crowsnest Pass and surrounding areas? Book now with Uplift Adventures! Uplift Adventures is also the company in the CNP to contact for gear rental for your next adventure. They offer rentals for backpacks, hiking poles, tents, sleeping bags and sleeping pads. Contact them today.

  • spry active is the CNP outdoors store located in Blairmore that focuses in ultra-lite gear for running and skiing. They also have yoga equipment and yoga classes! You may also rent snowshoes and touring skis from them. Give them a visit today.

  • If you enjoy mountain biking, visit United Riders of Crowsnest for more information about the mountain biking trails and upcoming events in the CNP. Become a member now!

  • For your cross-country skiing fix in the winter, the Allison-Chinook Recreation Area is filled with trails that are maintained by the Crowsnest Nordic Ski Club. Every winter there are scheduled moonlight skis as well as a Flight of the Crows Loppet. Become a member now!

    • The A-C Rec Area is also a great place in the summer for camping!

  • Do you love to ski or snowboard and don't want crowds or line ups at the lift? Come check out Pass Powderkeg Ski Area in the winter, located right in Blairmore!

  • Are you a runner? You are right at home here in the Pass! There are a variety of races depending on what style of running you're into:

    • Sinister 7 Ultra: held in July every year, this gruelling 160km race takes you quite literally all over the Crowsnest Pass. Participate as a soloist or as part of a relay team.

    • Sole Survivor: this fun trail race is held every summer at Pass Powderkeg. There is a 2.5km run/walk, 5km run/walk, and a 10km run.

    • Meet the Minotaur: this race demands everything you have in you. It's set in the high alpine of the CNP and the best part is the course remains a complete mystery until race day (and it changes every year)! This race occurs in August each year.

    • Run the Rocks: a brand new race this year (September 2019), this race makes you navigate your way across the entirety of the rock debris from the Frank Slide. Feel like Sid Choquette did on the morning of April 29, 1903 when he ran through the rocks to warn an oncoming train of the slide.

  • Additional CNP Info:

  • Nearby Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park info.