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There may be a K-Country revival, but it’s still raw and rugged

We were fortunate to have Andrew Penner rediscover Kananaskis. Here’s his piece from the Calgary Herald. “The momentum has really been building here,” “We’ve seen steady year-over-year growth and there is definitely a new shine on everything here in Kananaskis. We still don’t have the crowds like other mountain destinations, but that’s a good thing. Kananaskis has always been about the mountains, the raw and rugged landscape, and the development here has always been in harmony with this. The new Kananaskis Nordic Spa, with its

Why You Need to Take a Road Trip To Kananaskis This Winter

Just an hour west of Calgary, lies a place where civilization as you know it disappears. The beauty of the Rocky Mountains envelopes you, the air is scented with pine, and the reception bars on your cellphone wink out, one by one. You are officially on your own. Kananaskis is often overlooked with nearby Canmore and Banff offering the comforts of big city life while enjoying the relaxation and scenery of the mountains. But after making a visit to Kananaskis Village and taking in the

Canada’s Signature Winter Experiences

Flight Network has made a comprehensive list of the most incredible winter experiences from all over Canada. We are proud to announce that our Snowshoe Fondue Tours have been chosen as Canada’s Best Signature Winter Experiences by Flight Network. Read the full article here. Want to try out our Snowshoe Fondue tour for yourself? You can find more information here. Book your snowshoe fondue tour here We also wanted to share some of our favorites off their list: Going from West to East in Canada… British