Explore Kananaskis Provincial Park with this Family Friendly Private Hiking Tour
Kananaskis Country is a series of Provincial Parks within the Canadian Rocky Mountains and is within an hours drive from Calgary.
A hike within Kananaskis offers magnificent views, meadows full of wild flowers, animal sightings, alpine lakes and rugged peaks. It is a favorite spot for locals as it offers spectacular views with fewer crowds. I have hiked within Kananaskis for over 40 years, and I would love to share my knowledge and the history of this amazing area with you. When my wife and I go hiking, Kananaskis is our first choice.
Some destinations offer more of a challenge for experienced hikers, while others are great for beginners. Let me know what you are looking for and I can accommodate your needs.
I will meet you at your hotel/accommodation in Calgary where we will review and sign the liability waiver and medical form.
After a quick safety briefing and equipment check we will depart for our tour. Please note that distances and driving times will vary.
We will have lunch on the trail.
Return to your hotel/accommodation at the end of the tour.
*Itineraries may vary depending on the time of year and location (Please note, tours may be cancelled due to inclement weather, road conditions, or animal advisories. I will do my best to find a viable alternative destination).
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 6 hours
Please note that this tours starts in Calgary. Travel times can be up to 1.5 hours in duration (each way), plus hiking to our destination (which will vary), so expect a full day.
Transportation includes travel by car (for up to 4 people) to and from your hotel/accommodation in Calgary. You are welcome to drive yourself if you wish and we can meet at the trailhead). For groups larger then 4, we can either take your vehicle or meet a the trailhead.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 CAD - Please bring some cash with you in case we stop in some where for a coffee or a drink.
As an ACMG Hiking Guide, I am restricted to only guide in terrain that is free of any alpine hazards. Alpine hazards include:
- Areas of extensive rockfall hazard.
- 3rd/4th/5th class terrain.
- Snow avalanches.
- Glacier travel.