Diverse! Majestic! Exciting! Dynamic! Growing! Thriving! Fun!
It is not difficult to find adjectives to describe this magical part of Alberta. The Crowsnest Pass is a jewel in the Rocky Mountains. The five towns of the Pass are typified by a traditional western setting where short grasses, dramatic mountains, alpine forests and big sky dominate the landscape.
Within the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, there is so much to see and do! In particular, during the summer the area offers outstanding adventure racing, hiking and fishing.
The remarkable culture and lifestyle of local Aboriginals can be seen and experienced at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. It is a UNESCO world heritage site located 18 km northwest of Fort Macleod. In 1903, the town of Frank experienced a rockslide avalanche, to learn more about this tragedy visit the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre.
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