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Canmore is a gorgeous Rocky Mountain playground just minutes from the entrance to Banff National Park and only an hour and a half from Calgary. Flanked on all sides by Canada's stunning Rocky Mountains in the Bow River valley, Canmore is a vibrant community with an active arts scene. An eclectic mix of small-town charm and big-city amenities, Canmore is the perfect home base for travelers looking to experience the Canadian wilderness without sacrificing comfort. 

Located within minutes of 5 world-class ski resorts and 6 breathtaking golf courses, Canmore can be enjoyed any time of the year. It has some of the best dining and shopping in western Canada, as well as endless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

Tourism in Canmore, Alberta

Surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, it may seem like a hassle to try to see it all in a limited amount of time. Luckily, there are many tour companies in the area that can lead you on a fun and informative tour through the Rockies.

In the winter, Canmore is the perfect snowy playground. There are plenty of slopes to ski or snowboard, dog sledding tours, and even snowmobiles and snowshoes for rent. After a long day in the snow, take a trip to nearby Banff for a dip in some lovely natural hot springs. In the summer, trails open up for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. There are several golf courses nearby as well as white water rafting tours for adventurers of all skill levels.

Just off Railway Avenue, you'll find the Canmore Caverns, a great cave system with stalagmites and stalactites that can be explored year-round.

Where are hotels located in Canmore?

Most of Canmore's hotels are conveniently located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, making it extremely easy to explore the surrounding area by car. For something a little quieter, consider staying at A Bear & Bison Canadian Country Inn or the Creekside Villa, which are located just off Elk Run Blvd, beside the creek.

How much do hotels in Canmore cost?

Canmore has hotels at a variety of price points. Budget options like the Days Inn and the Ramada Inn cost around $90 per night, while mid-range options like the Georgetown Inn and Best Western Plus cost around $150 per night. Luxury options like the Solara Resort and Stoneridge Mountain Resort cost around $200 per night, or up to $400 in peak season.

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Canmore?

Canmore is home to a wide variety of unique bed and breakfasts as well as boutique hotels. The Paintbox Lodge, for example, is a gorgeous hotel in downtown Canmore that hosts live music and kitchen parties in their downstairs restaurant. The Creekside Villa is another great boutique option, with stunning views of the Three Sisters Mountain and charming, elegant rooms.

Are there any luxury hotels in Canmore?

There are several luxury resorts in Canmore, including the Silver Creek Lodge, which offers condo suites, an in-house spa, and a delicious Asian fusion restaurant. The Stoneridge Mountain Resort is another great option, with stunning mountain views, elegant lodging, and an outdoor pool.

Which Canmore hotels are suitable for families?

The Ramada Canmore is a great option for families, with an indoor pool the kids will love, free wi-fi, and an affordable price. The Best Western Pocaterra Inn is also an excellent choice, with complimentary breakfast and large suites.