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The Crowsnest Pass—a rising recreation and retirement destination.
Beautiful Rocky Mountain setting
Small friendly towns-- full retail services and several excellent restaurants.
Alpine skiing at the Pass
Midway between two outstanding ski resorts,
Fernie and newly
expanded Castle Mountain.
Both are great but some days one is better than the other—take your choice.
Both have very high annual snowfalls.
Also . . . stimulating Powderkeg ski hill right in the town of Blairmore.
Nordic skiing and hiking
Allison Creek is next door—with outstanding
Two other groomed ski trail systems nearby – Syncline and Beauvais Lake.
Lots of old logging and mining roads for off-trail ski touring.
Several hiking books describe Pass area hiking
Hiking from easy strolls to tough scrambles—often with historic sites from the mining and lumbering days.
Waterton National Park only 75 minutes away.
One of Alberta’s nicest courses within the Pass—treed, rolling terrain.
Other courses at Sparwood, Waterton and Pincher Creek.
Fishing and water activity
Nationally famous trout streams—Crowsnest, Oldman, Castle and Carbondale.
Abundant lakes—Crowsnest, Allison, Beauvais, Beaver Mines, Lee and many smaller ones, including alpine beauties.
Other outdoor activity
Motorized trail activity is popular, both
summer and winter.
Great bird-watching opportunities, and
varieties of wildflowers.
Large animals—elk, moose, grizzly and black bears, mountain sheep, deer and cougars.
The region is a popular hunting destination.
An accredited art gallery with professional curator.
Many local artists.
Most unusually for a small community, a
Historical museums in the Pass and Pincher
Creek, plus the
Frank Slide centre.
Many musical and educational programs.
A duplicate bridge club in Pincher Creek (American Contract Bridge League)
Investment and value for money
Home prices are rising but still moderate.
Cost of living is low in the small community.
Ave. / Box 1059 Coleman, AB, CA T0K 0M0
Phone: 403-563-2000 * Fax: 403-563-5631
Toll free office: 1-866-463-9168