Experience the rich history that draws from the North Saskatchewan River, as you visit the adventure-filled Rocky Mountain House. Indulge in art, history, trail adventures and tour operators like you’ve never seen before, all at a point of exploration that dates back to the fur trading days between the Hudson’s Bay Company and North West Company. Soak up all the art and history the area has to offer, with excitement such as the Rocky Museum, Art Studios, the National Historic site, and more. Looking for your time at Rocky Mountain House to be a little more on the wild side? Hit the trails and see what it really means to run wild, with options such as ATV, biking and hiking. Or get up close and personal with nature, as you dive into canoe tours, fishing, helicopter tours, and trail rides. When the adventure comes to an end, no need to rush home! We want to welcome you over for dinner at any one of our restaurants, yours for the choosing. Top off your stay by spending the night at one of our accommodations, including bed and breakfast options, camping, as well as hotels, motels and inns.
Rocky Mountain House & Area Visitor Guide
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