Canmore is ideal to visit with the kids because you can do dog sledding, tobogganing, snowshoeing, snow tubing, and ice skating. Although not as busy as its neighbour Banff, the town nonetheless has a distinct charm, has several coffee shops, and is very simple to get around. Grassi Lakes has several hiking paths with views of lakes, waterfalls, and mountains, with the easier of the two trails also carrying hikers through a lush forest. The history of the property is explained on signs placed throughout it.
In Canmore, bike or trek along the Bow River. There are around 70 kilometres of maintained trails and the path along the river is ideal for riding or walking with your family. In the middle of town, you can go ice skating or watch the Canmore Eagles, the local ice hockey club, play. The Canmore Nordic Center is the ideal starting place for exploration. During the summer, there are no trail fees, so you may spend the entire day exploring over 100 kilometres of trails, which include everything from tough single-track to large dirt roads ideal for inexperienced cyclists. There is also a paved roller skiing path that is great for families to use as a bike path.
Travelling with family is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. Seeing and experiencing new towns or countries can bring families closer together. Young children develop new skills and have a greater understanding of their surroundings, which are constantly changing. Adults who are normally consumed by busy schedules are allowed to slow down and travel at an easy pace. Beautiful memories are created and greater respect for life is gained. Canada is both stunning and diverse, offering a variety of places to visit and things to do with the family.