As we are looking towards the end of the ski sea, depending on mother nature, Easter is one of the busiest ski weekends of the year. As visitors maybe have their last big ski weekend. Thoughts are beginning to turn to the spring. Canmore’s famous rabbits! You may have to watch where you put your feet as Canmore has a large bunny population! No we are not kidding. Once you head of main street towards some of the back allies, it’s not unusual to spot some of the local rabbits out for a stroll. In the mid 1980’s someone released about a dozen of their domestic rabbits into South Canmore and rather than becoming coyote snacks they survived, thrived and today are the most famous residents that Canmore has.
Canmore Mountain Made Market
Canmore Walks and Hikes
Don’t forget we are surrounded by stunning mountain views and awesome scenery so why not step out into it. There is one trail head just acres the road from Canmore Crossing. The hiking trails can be as easy or difficult as you wish . You can take leisurely walk along the Bow River for a few minutes and then head for the nearest coffee shop. A great level walk for those who just want to relax. If you are a bit more adventurous and energetic you can walk out for a mile or two up to Quarry Lake and explore Quarry Lake Park. Please remember to be Bear Aware at all times.
It’s all about the chocolate!
121, 701 Benchlands Trail,
Saturday 10:00am – 4.00pm
Tuesday – Friday 10:00am – 5.00pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Web Site: http://www.craigs-way-station.com
Year round we put in to each of our condos, a sample of locally produced chocolate, now it is only meant as a sample, but you can always go to the source, as it is local! Le Chocolatier.