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Worried about staff retention? A fun weekend in Banff National Park might be the answer.If you’re an employer in one of the many Alberta industries facing a labour shortage, you know how frustrating and time-consuming it can be to find qualified replacements. That’s why it’s so important to retain the trained staff you have already. But pay, perks and time off aren’t the only ways to maintain your workforce.Read More
Do you want to ski or hike? Skate or swim? No matter what’s on your agenda, if you're planning a trip to Banff National Park you need to do some research into what the weather will be like when you arrive.The temperature varies greatly throughout the year, from bone-chilling cold in January to more balmy conditions in July. Also, the weather is often quite different in the valleys compared to the alpine areas. On average, the temperature drops about 1 degree Celsius for every 200m of elevation gain.Read More
Cruising down the trail behind a dog sled is both exhilarating and nostalgic. It’s an activity that blends
pioneer-era charm with a healthy dose of speed.
And there’s no better place to go dog sledding than in Banff National Park. Travel through snow-heavy forests as you pass the base of towering peaks in Lake Louise and then cruise along the Continental Divide, the mountain range that separates B.C. and Alberta.Read More
Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular trails in Banff National Park. It’s really not surprising, considering the awe-evoking beauty of this area.
And even when the weather turns cold, Johnston Canyon remains a hotspot for visitors. But if you’d like to discover the ultimate way to hike Johnston Canyon in the winter, you need to experience this flagship attraction at night.Read More
This is a ski hill known for heart-racing runs and terrain that’s deliciously steep-‘n-deep. But Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, located in Golden, B.C., does have a much softer side.Read More
Fortress Mountain is far from your typical ski hill. Set within Alberta’s Kananaskis Country, just one hour from Calgary, these stunning slopes are reserved only for those who crave the unique thrill of cat skiing.
This mountain operated for years as a standard ski destination, but in 2012 the folks at Kananaskis Powder (also known as K-POW) transformed Fortress into a cat-skiing mecca. The response has been overwhelming. Trips sold out quickly as word spread about the pristine powder available just outside of Calgary.Read More
With some of the recent bear activity in Banff National Park, it's no wonder visitors could be a little nervous about venturing out on their own, for a hike.Read More
Labour shortages are a major concern for Alberta employers and that's why it's more important than ever to build a workplace that attracts and retains the right employees. Improve the dynamics of your team and develop skills that build the cohesiveness of the group by running a team building exercise.Read More