One day-itinerary - Accessibility at its finest: Castle Provincial Park truly for everyone

One day-itinerary - Accessibility at its finest: Castle Provincial Park truly for everyone

A ZenSeekers' road trip isn't complete unless the destinations include outdoor adventures, and culinary, learning and cultural experiences. During summer 2018, create your #BucketlistAB itinerary in Southern Alberta and come and stay a night and see a sight.

A ZenSeekers Expedition: #BucketlistAB

Getting To Castle Provincial Park

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Drive from Calgary: It’s about a 2 ½-hour drive south on the AB-2 S and AB 22.

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Drive from Edmonton: It’s about a five-hour drive south on the AB-2 S.

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Drive from Regina: It’s about a 7 ½-hour drive west on the Trans-Canada Hwy/SK-1 W and Crowsnest Hwy/AB-3 W.

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Morning – Bike or hike the park’s trails

Start the day off with a hike or bike on one of the park’s many trails. Castle Wildland Provincial Park’s forest trails are not only breathtaking, they are also accessible to all. Whether by car, wheelchair, bicycle, or on foot, this is a park that is meant to be enjoyed by everyone.

Mid-morning – Castle Falls

After taking in the beautiful scenery of the forested trails, head to Castle Falls where you will find a scenic river and waterfall to fall in love with. Spend some time wading in the water, inspecting the greenery, or just enjoying the ambience of this space. The area is also a prime camping spot where you can fall asleep at night to the tranquil sound of the waterfall in the distance.

Afternoon – Beaver Mines Lake

Visit Beaver Mines Lake to enjoy the gorgeous views and take part in the Learn to Fish program. A Castle Park Guide will teach you all the basics of fishing, like how to tie a fishing line, how to cast and reel, and how to identify the different species of fish in the lake. Required fishing gear and a fishing license are included.

Evening – Sunset canoe on Beaver Mines Lake

Experience a tranquil end to an eventful day by renting a canoe and taking a sunset paddle on Beaver Mines Lake. As the sun sets in an array of colours, enjoy the peaceful sounds of loons calling in the background, the dramatic view of the mountains in the distance, and the breeze flowing through the trees.

If you go:

Learn about all the wonderful offerings at Castle Provincial Park here.

Travel Alberta also has lots of great information about things to do and places to see in Lethbridge.

Find out more about how you can enjoy Castle Provincial Park.

Canalta Hotels has partnered up with a collection of destinations across Southern Alberta. Stay a Night & See a Sight – they are ready to help plan your trip.