Big cities have their perks – but living under a blanket of celestial bodies certainly isn’t one of them. Luckily, just a short drive toward the mountains, we’ll find the constellations and dark skies perfect for late-night viewing!
This winter, why not enjoy our close proximity to natural magic by embarking on a stargazing snowshoe tour through Kananaskis, Alberta – a stunning destination where the rest of the Milky Way is visible and bright?
Organized by local company Kananaskis Outfitters, this one-of-a-kind tour is a must-take, especially if you think you’ve seen all there is to see in our vast backyard.
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Led by an experienced guide, this activity makes for the perfect date, birthday celebration or weekend adventure and will take your chilly season to new heights, quite literally.
The best part? You’ve hardly got to prep!
As per their website, they’ll bring the guide, lamps and snowshoes and only ask that you bring yourselves, a good jacket and warm winter gear.
Tickets start at just $59 and are available on their website.
Kids 12 and under will have to sit this one out, but adults should not miss out. It’s going to be incredible!
STARGAZING SNOWSHOE TOUR – KANANASKIS, ALBERTA
When: Starting November 4th, 2022
Where: Kananaskis Village Centre- 1 Mt. Sparrowhawk Crescent
Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
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