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How To Hike Safely in Kananaskis

Hiking is a fantastic way to get outside and enjoy Alberta’s beautiful backyard! Obviously, we are partial to the hiking trails in Kananaskis, but there are just so many incredible places to explore! No matter where you are hiking, there are certain things to take into consideration and certain things to plan for to make sure that you have the most enjoyable experience possible. Check out our top five list of things you need to do and know before heading out hiking: 1.Research Your Route

Come Join The Adventure!

What makes Kananaskis Outfitters such an awesome place to work? Our team is made up of awesome people and we get to live in one of the most beautiful places, so what’s not to love?! Want to know what a summer with us looks like? Check this out:   All of our team members love what they do and are passionate about their mountain lifestyle. So where do you fit in? We are looking to fill several different positions: Voyageur Canoe Guide and Waterfront Attendant

Kananaskis – AKA Hollywood North

The Kananaskis area is well known for being a big and beautiful wilderness area where people go to explore the mountains and enjoy some serenity. It is also an area well known for being significantly quieter than the neighboring mountain towns of Banff and Canmore. But it’s not always a sleepy little village, there are secrets to be found in Kananaskis. One of the best-kept secrets of Kananaskis?  Just how many movies are actually filmed out here.  And we are not talking cheesy B-roll sci-fi films. There are

Photographing the Aurora Borealis

Our winter tours kicked off last week with our first Stargazing hike of the season, timed to coincide with the Orionid meteor shower. The evening went flawlessly, with completely clear skies and everyone getting the chance to see multiple meteors and the Milky Way overhead. It was the perfect way to start the season of stargazing.  We like to time our tours to correspond with space events, things like meteor showers or peak nights for the Northern Lights. We always welcome cameras on our hikes