MORE ATTRACTIONS;

Twisted Barn Yarns - 403.845.5050 Twp. Road 40-5A - 404039 - Frisco Hall approx. 7 miles north of Rocky Mountain House.

Rockies Heli Canada - helicopter tours - located west of the David Thompson Resort - Hwy 11 west of Nordegg - 1.888.844.3514, 403.721.2100, icefield@rockiesheli.com

While west of Nordegg check out Abraham Lake and the Bighorn Dam.

McKenzies Trails West - trail rides located across from the David Thompson Resort - 403.721.RIDE (7433), www.mctrails.com.

BEAR'S FRONTIER UNIVERSITY - 1.403.729.2910, www.wildhorsecamp.com, trail rides, outdoor education, girls camps, corporate retreats.

Ponderosa City - your country merchantile - located north of Rocky Mountain House - 75037 Twp Road 454, treat yourself to the best coffee and cinnomin buns in the west. Shop for western wear, gifts and art. 1.780.388.3088, www.ponderosagifts.com



Rocky Mountain House is north on Highway 22. With approximately 7000 residents Rocky offers a large variety of attractions. The downtown holds numerous stores, coffee shops and music stores. From late June to early September the down town hosts Market On Main every Thursday evening. The streets close at 5 pm and local shops, craft, growers and other businesses set up shop on main street. Local bands and singers provide some entertainment. Fast Food outlets set up to provide visitors with a variety of offerings.

COOP, Sobey's and Extra Foods provide great food shopping opportunities and a COOP, Home Hardware and Canadian Tire are available for the building, outdoor sporting goods and hardware needs. The sporting goods, firearms, ammunition, camping, hiking and fishing enthusiasts can find what they need at the pro shop in Canadian Tire or the Tackle and Trails Sports Shop. For visitors in the camping mode that need parts or service Edward's Garage and

For emergency services Rocky Mountain House and the Clearwater County provide a medical clinic, full hospital facility/Emergency center, ambulance, fire, search & rescue and RCMP services for the county. Dial 911.

Caroline, Alberta - located approximately 14 km. north east of Burntstick Lake the village of Caroline offers a variety of craft shops, restaurants, grocery stores, sporting goods store, library, EMS and the Kurt Browning Arena. This sports hub provides local residents and visitors with hockey and curling rinks, day care facilities, a medical clinic, exercise gym and much more. Caroline celebrates the Bighorn Rodeo every May Long Weekend with a parade and professional rodeo. www.villageofcaroline.com

Nordegg -  The historical community of Nordegg is 85 km west of Rocky Mountain House on Highway 11. Recent investments in the community have resulted in developments of recreational residential lots, upgrades to town facilities including water and sewer, emergency services, new business and ongoing operation and upgrades to the historical mine site (open for tours). Summer months see several local craft and outdoor centers open offering a variety of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, camping and outdoor education experiences. Take in the many provincial recreation areas for camping, or simply visit the museum, golf course or do a mine tour for the day. Get out and play, or come here to stay! https://www.nordeggliving.ca/things_to_do

The Caroline and Rocky Mountain House area offers numerous local attractions, craft shops, sporting events, farmer's markets, museums, horse back riding, and community facilities to add to your itinerary and make your vacation experience enjoyable.