Canmore & Area Visitor Information
Located one-hour West of Calgary and only 5 minutes from the Banff National Park, Canmore lies nestled along the banks of the Bow River in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Thousands of tourists visit Canmore, Alberta each year. The information provided here is intended to be used only as a guide. Your vacation or travel to Canmore would be most enjoyable if you take the time to fully plan your vacation or business trip.
Known for it's endless outdoor recreational opportunities, Canmore continues to enjoy sustainable growth while maintaining it's small town atmosphere. There a several walking and cycling trails throughout the town that you can use which will take you to Canmore's six square block downtown core, where you can shop for quaint gifts, visit museums or look through one of several art galleries. If you are a little more adventurous, skiing, hiking, biking and fishing are just a few of the activities you can enjoy in this scenic mountain community.
Current weather conditions and forecast for Canmore, Alberta.
Canmore Alberta, Canada hosts many local events that are of interest to both the vacation traveler and the local community. Make note of any events you'd like to attend while you plan your vacation travel to Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies.
To help you with your holiday or vacation travel planning to Canmore Canada, we offer detailed street maps of the Town of Canmore, Province of Alberta, Canada and North-America. There is also an activity map showing locations for hiking and fishing in the Kananaskis Country and Spray Lakes Provincial Park.
Featuring Canmore's live Three Sisters WebCam, pictures and photos of Canmore and the Canadian Rockies, mountains, scenery, wildlife and historical photos.
Welcome to the Canmore Alberta History Pages. Here you will find interesting articles and historical information about Canmore, Banff, the Kananaskis Country and the Canadian Rockies. Rare photographs and well written history is what you can expect to find. Enjoy youself and catch a glimpse of the Canadian Rockies past!
General Information about the Town of Banff and Banff National Park. Declared a World Heritage site by the United Nations in 1995, its exquisite scenery, awe inspiring mountains, alpine meadows and turquoise cold waters form a natural protected habitat for a wide variety of wildlife including elk, bighorn sheep, black and grizzly bear, fish and over 260 species of birds.