Crowsnest Pass - Three Ways to Winter
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CROWSNEST PASS - Exploring the Crowsnest Pass three ways by water last spring gave us the inspiration to do it all again, only in winter. There’s excellent downhill skiing, some amazing opportunities for switching to the skinny skis for cross-country skiing or sledding amid 360-degree magical mountain views.
This southwest region of Alberta is a year-round playground (see the link below for our summer/spring adventures), and it was such a big hit we couldn’t wait to get back for some winter adventuring.
I caught up with Fernie-based photographer Nick Nault, who recently went on assignment for Seekers to #goCrowsnest to bring back some sweet shots that are sure to make you want to head to the Pass in winter 2020.
Here are some of the places we discovered.
When You Go
Explore a winter wonderland in the Rocky Mountains and let us know what you find. Search for #goCrowsnest and share what you find using #RockiesExploring.
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Fly YXC, the Canadian Rockies Airport, into the region, all within a few hours down the Crowsnest Pass Highway. (If your travel plans include air travel, we encourage you to do it sustainably by purchasing offsets to reduce your carbon footprint).
Miss604 and ZenSeekers uncovered three ways to experience the pass by water in 2019. Read the story here.