Note: For all Section trips, be prepared to complete a Release of Liability (Waiver) and follow the Guidelines for Trip Participants.
Join us on the guided interpretive hike of the Burgess Shale. The Burgess Shale is one of the most significant fossil deposits in the world, and dates from the Cambrian period (505 million years ago). These deposits are unusual in that they are from soft-bodied creatures that are only rarely preserved in fossil deposits.Find out more
This weekend is best suited for entry level, novice climbers and those most comfortable climbing at easy to moderate grades. No climbing experience necessary. We will focus on top rope climbing and belaying but may offer skills such as leading/simulated leading, anchor building, rappelling etc if interest, requisite skills and abilities exist. The climbing areas will be in the Kananaskis/Canmore/Banff area.Find out more
There will be a hiking and scrambling trip on September long weekend (Sept 3-4) in the Bow Valley area. This weekend is suitable for anyone wanting to have a great day out in the mountains, but with the caveat that participants must be capable of hiking up to 25 km, with elevation gains of up to 1,300 m.Find out more
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour brings Banff to audiences around the globe. Immediately after the Festival ends in November, a selection of the best films go on tour across Canada, the United States, and internationally from Scotland to South Africa to China, Japan, New Zealand, Antarctica, and points in between. Each year, the films travel to 40 countries reaching more than 330,000 people at over 735 screenings.Find out more
This ice climbing trip is based out of Lake Louise on Feb 25-26. The trip is beginner friendly and has space for 14 participants. The Lake Louise location provides access to climbs on the Icefield Parkway (Saturday destination) and the Bow/Kananaskis Valleys (Sunday destination)Find out more