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Spring in Canmore: Best of Both Worlds

Spring is a time of rebirth. While the mountains begin to lose some of the snow that’s been covering them all winter and Mother Nature awakens from her lengthy slumber, Canmore offers residents and visitors a variety of activities during the spring. The longer daylight hours also provide plenty of time to fit in a multitude of activities in a single weekend. The spring season brings to the area unique and one-of-a-kind opportunities. Keep reading to learn about how spring in Canmore truly is the best of both worlds.

Outdoor Activities

One of the best things about springtime in the mountains is the variety of activities you can participate in. You may be the type to live as much of your life as possible outdoors. Or, you might simply need to get some fresh air after a long winter indoors. Either way, Canmore is the perfect place to spend a weekend indulging in all the outdoor adventures the area has to offer!

spring skiing

Snow Sports

Canmore has one of the longest ski seasons in North America. This attracts serious powder hounds from all around the world. One of the highlights of spring skiing in the Canadian Rockies is the accessibility to snow without the frigid temperatures of deep winter. Skiers and snowboarders can tear up the slopes without being weighed down by heavy winter gear. 

Hiking

As the snow melts the lower elevation trails begin to open up. The warmer temperatures allow hikers to pack a bit lighter and enjoy the sun and fresh air for longer day hikes. Whether you are searching for an intense workout or looking for a family-friendly excursion, spring brings with it a variety of trails to explore.

Mountain biking

The cross-country mountain biking culture is huge in Canmore. Early-season rides are a great way to dust off the bike and get the legs pumping again. As trails open up, you can get in a challenging workout while watching nature come back to life. Hold off on riding overly wet and muddy trails as tearing around on them before the dirt firms up can cause harmful erosion.

Water Sports

Melting ice and snow mean breaks in the rivers and lakes. For water enthusiasts, that means it’s time to break out your canoes and kayaks! Open water means the kick-off to warm-weather activities. Whether you prefer to hit the water and break a sweat or prefer to leisurely enjoy the scenery, the Canmore area offers all that you’ll want and need to enjoy your favourite water sports.

Fishing

The Canmore area is home to so many golden fishing spots. As the rivers begin to flow, you’ll want to check out a few of the best locations to catch a variety of fish. From the Upper Bow River to Wedge Pond, the Canmore area has lots of great angling opportunities. Make sure to always carry your paper copy of a valid fishing license for the province of Alberta and read up on regulations before you cast. 

Another benefit to springtime in Canmore? Off-season discounts at many of the equipment rental stores! You’ll be able to find the lowest rates of the season while also enjoying your favourite outdoor activities.

Indoor Activities

If you aren’t necessarily ready to stretch your muscles, there are plenty of other activities to indulge in here in Canmore.

  • If you’re looking for a unique shopping experience, check out The Shops of Canmore. With a variety of shops and interesting businesses, you’ll thank yourself later for spending some time at The Shops!
  • Scandanavian relaxation is at your fingertips at the Kananaskis Nordic Spa. Enjoy an afternoon of pampering in the perfect setting. Embrace the wellness and wellbeing that comes from indulging in hydrotherapy in the mountains!
  • Warmer weather also means outdoor spaces open up at restaurants. Enjoy the snowcapped mountains from the patio of one of the local eateries or breweries in Canmore!

There is no shortage of things to do in Canmore, regardless of the season you visit during! To arrange your accommodations, reach out to your property experts at Canmore Real Estate Company. Aside from the best overnight locations, our team can also suggest unique events that will be happening in our area. Devin Stephens is your go-to resource for short-term rentals, up-and-coming events, and any questions you may have about investing in a Canmore property of your own! With years of experience and a high client satisfaction rating, Devin is happy to answer any and all questions you may have. To get ahold of Devin, give him a call at 403.688.7769 or reach out via email at dstephens@live.ca.

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