Nestled in the Canadian Rockies, the spectacular Waterton Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an International Peace Park (with sister Glacier National Park in Montana), and a Biosphere Reserve. Only 30 minutes from Blue Mountain Motel!
Diverse montain landscapes, great scenery and rainbow trout fishing draw visitors to Beauvais Lake Provincial Park year-round. Beauvais Lake campground will open for the 2011 season on May 16th.
Lundbreck Falls is a hidden treasure, a beautiful waterfalls in the foothills valley. The Crowsnest River plunges more than 12 metres over the falls to the canyon floor below.
Come and see the rich history of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Visitors can experience a variety of interpretive programs and presentations featuring the 1903 Frank Slide.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 30 minutes from Pincher Creek. It includes an interpretive centre documenting the buffalo hunting culture of the aboriginal peoples of the foothills.
A place where the whole family can dance, enjoy recreational activities, and take in live entertainment all in one scenic location. The regular Friday and Saturday night dances feature live music, complimentary dance lessons and horse drawn hay rides.
The Bellevue Underground Mine offers tours of the first 1000 ft of an underground coal mine that operated from the turn of the 20th century to the 1960s.
Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village is an outdoor heritage facility where visitors can walk directly into the historic buildings, and view the artifacts which are displayed openly.
The Remington Carriage Museum houses the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 240 carriages, wagons and sleighs. It is open year-round, seven days a week.
Home of the Blue Mountain Motel, Pincher Creek is a tourist and recreational area located in southwest Alberta. Surrounded by towering wind turbines, it is also famous as the Wind Energy Capital of Canada.
Pincher Creek News:
- Turbidity causes water issues in Lundbreck, Cowley - Pincher Creek Echo
- Knights strike first with win over Saskatoon - Pincher Creek Echo
- Woman killed in Highway 3 hit and run - Pincher Creek Echo
- Oxbow wins the Preakness Stakes - Pincher Creek Echo
- Against all odds, Ottawa Senators still succeed - Pincher Creek Echo
- Sharks general manager Wilson fined $100K for Torres comments - Pincher Creek Echo
- Quiet Krejci leading the way for Bruins - Pincher Creek Echo
- Senate expense claim scandal dampers Victoria Day festivities - Pincher Creek Echo
- Red Wings stifle Blackhawks to even series - Pincher Creek Echo
- Mooseheads' Fucale may be the next big thing in net 0 - Pincher Creek Echo